Joy Harris, Chris Rozell, and Muneeb Zia were among those recognized in the 2021 Faces of Inclusive Excellence, a publication that is produced as part of the annual Georgia Tech Diversity Symposium.
Georgia Tech ECE Assistant Professor Shaolan Li is part of an effort to develop a wearable device for patients with pneumonia, allowing medical personnel to track their progress remotely and use data to predict how their condition may change.
Researchers studied how recovery, guided by common policies from FEMA and industry, varies with respect to the severity of disruptive events.
ECE Professor Arijit Raychowdhury has been selected for the 2021 Technical Excellence Award by the Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC).
Georgia Tech's Office of Hispanic Initiatives will sponsor and co-sponsor a host of virtual and in-person events open to faculty, staff, and students in celebration of 2021 Hispanic Heritage Month.
Workplace Learning & Professional Development launches new website designed to meet the lifelong learning needs of the Georgia Tech community.
Surveillance testing for Covid-19 is critical, even for those who are vaccinated, because it is the only way to detect an infection before it puts others at risk.
The Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) maintained its strong presence in the 2022 edition of the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges issue, which includes undergraduate engineering program rankings.
ECE Ph.D. student Edward Slevin won the first place prize in the student paper competition at the 34th General Assembly and Scientific Symposium of the International Union of Radio Science (URSI GASS 2021).
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