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2015 News

Join Georgia Tech’s Solar Decathlon Team

Students are invited to compete in the collegiate Solar Decathlon competition.

Cisco to Acquire Lancope for $452.5 Million

Cisco Systems said it plans to acquire Lancope, a privately held, Alpharetta-based network security company founded by ECE Professor John Copeland, for $452.5 million.

5 Ways Georgia Tech and TI Fuel World Innovation

Last week, the 30-year partnership between TI and the Georgia Institute of Technology was commemorated with a celebration of TI's recent $3.2M gift toward a new maker space lab and plaza at the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Six Goals Reached as Campaign End Draws Near

As Campaign Georgia Tech approaches the final quarter of its 11-year run, six campus units surpassed their Campaign goals during the most recent quarter that ended June 30.

IEN Hosts Session on Nanotechnology at the Prestigious American Association for Clinical Chemistry (2015 AACC) Annual Meeting

The session, moderated by Dr. Paul Joseph - External User Program Coordinator and Biomedical Consulting Specialist at GT-IEN, featured five speakers from the joint Georgia Tech – Emory University Bioengineering program.

Students: Get Your Apps Ready for Fellowships

For students at all levels, now is the time to contact the Fellowships Office to apply to many prestigious award programs.

Georgia Tech Inducts SRC into the Hill Society in Recognition of Its Contributions

Semiconductor Research Corporation, the world’s leading university-research consortium for semiconductor technologies, has awarded $103 million to Georgia Institute of Technology during more than 30 years of supporting research at the university.

Atlanta-Based Gimme Wins 2015 TAG Business Launch Competition

Gimme, a company founded by past and present ECE students, has won the 10th annual TAG Business Launch Competition.

A Novel System Identification Technique for Improved Wearable Hemodynamics Assessment

This article was written by Omer T. Inan, an assistant professor in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and his Ph.D. student Andrew Wiens.

Brendan Gunning Wins WOCSEMMAD Honors

ECE Ph.D. student Brendan Gunning received the 2015 Workshop on Compound Semiconductor Devices and Materials (WOCSEMMAD) Award for the Most Valuable Contribution.