The ECE students won Best Student Awards at the International Conference on Nitride Semiconductors in Fukuoka, Japan in November.

The ECE Ph.D. candidate will research emerging materials and devices for energy-efficient sustainable computing.

The fourth-year electrical engineering student plans on using the scholarship to continue her studies and research, focusing on electric energy systems and circuit technology threads.

ECE Welcomes New Faculty in 2024

Two new faculty members joined the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the start of the 2024 Spring Semester. Matthew Hale and Maegan Tucker are both Georgia Tech alumni and come back to the institute, bringing exciting and distinctive research interests spanning computational intelligence, machine learning, robotics, and beyond.

The ECE Ph.D. candidate is working to develop a highly efficient on-chip antenna array to address growing global mobile video traffic.

This compact, high-level retrospective of 2023 offers audiences a valuable snapshot of the Institute, delivered directly from President Cabrera.

The ECE Ph.D. candidate won the Best Poster award at the 2023 IBM IEEE AI Compute Symposium.