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2016 News

Wahby to Present at SEMI Industry Strategy Symposium

SEMI, the global microelectronics industry association, has chosen ECE Ph.D. student William Wahby to present his award-winning SRC TECHCON research paper at the SEMI Industry Strategy Symposium, to be held January 8-11, 2017 in Half Moon Bay, California.

2016 MC6 Trophy presented to Ph.D. candidate, Charles Munson of Georgia Tech-Lorraine (advisor, Professor Abdallah Ougazzaden). Pictured with MC6 mento, Michel Corioland, Commercial Director of Ingerop.

Munson Tapped for Top Prize at Trophée MC6

ECE Ph.D. student Charles Munson received the first place prize at Trophée MC6, a French scientific startup competition.

Nasir, Park Win IEEE SSCS Predoctoral Achievement Awards

ECE Ph.D. students Saad Bin Nasir and Jong Seok Park have been named as recipients of the 2016-2017 Predoctoral Achievement Awards, given by the IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society (SSCS).

ECE Seniors Present Projects at Capstone Design Expo

Twenty-five teams from the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and three interdisciplinary teams with ECE student participants presented their projects at the Fall 2016 Capstone Design Expo. 

Zajic Chosen for LexisNexis Dean’s Excellence Award

ECE Assistant Professor Alenka Zajic has been selected for the 2016-2017 LexisNexis Dean's Excellence Award, which recognizes outstanding educators from among untenured junior faculty at the assistant professor level.

Beyah Named as ACM Distinguished Scientist

ECE Professor Raheem Beyah has been named a Distinguished Scientist in the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) “for contributions in networking and security.” 

Jong Seok Park

Park, Aziz Win IEEE Sensors Best Live Demo Award

ECE Ph.D. students Jong Seok Park and Moez Karim Aziz won second place for the Best Live Demo Award at the 2016 IEEE Sensors Conference, held October 30-November 2 in Orlando, Florida.

Aravind Samba Murthy presents at the Georgia Tech Three Minute Thesis Competition

Murthy Wins People’s Choice Award at Georgia Tech 3MT Competition

Aravind Samba Murthy was chosen as the co-recipient of the People’s Choice Award at the Georgia Tech Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition, held November 15 in the LeCraw Auditorium of the Scheller College of Business.

A study of cloud hosting services has found that as many as 10 percent of the repositories hosted by them have been compromised. Shown is Georgia Tech graduate student Xiaojing Liao, first author of the paper reporting on the research.(Credit: Goergia Tech)

Beyah, Liao Place Third at Cyber Security Awareness Week Applied Research Competition

Raheem Beyah and Xiaojing Liao won third place at the Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW) Applied Research Competition, a prestigious contest for graduate and doctoral level security researchers who have published papers in the last year.

Close-up of a polymer film on a glass substrate before immersion in a polyoxometalte solution to electrically dope the film over a limited depth. (Credit: Christopher Moore, Georgia Tech)

Simple Processing Technique Could Cut Cost of Organic PV and Wearable Electronics

A simple solution-based processing technique could help reduce the cost of polymer solar cells.