Georgia Tech Launches New Research on the Security of Machine-Learning Systems
A $1.5 million gift from Intel establishes a new research center dedicated to machine-learning cybersecurity -- the analytics behind malware detection and threat analysis.
Rohatgi Receives $1.1 Million Contract from the U.S. Energy Department
On Sept. 14, Ajeet Rohatgi, Regents’ Professor in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, was named one of the 19 funding recipients in the Photovoltaics Research and Development Program as part of the U.S. DoE SunShot Initiative.
IEEE Rebooting Computing Launches Initiative to Rethink the Computer
As the 2015 president of the IEEE Computer Society, Tom Conte, professor in Georgia Tech’s Schools of Computer Science and Electrical & Computer Engineering, is leading a national initiative to rethink how computers compute. The initiative—“IEEE Rebootin
Mersereau Tapped for IEEE Fourier Award for Signal Processing
ECE Regents' Professor Emeritus Russell M. Mersereau will receive the 2017 IEEE Fourier Award for Signal Processing, which recognizes an outstanding contribution to the advancement of signal processing, other than in areas of speech and audio processing.
VentureLab nanotechnology startup wins TechConnect Innovation Award
Startup's technology was built on Georgia Tech research.
Hearing snap, crackle, pop may help heal your knee
New acoustic device research reveals even a healthy knee makes cringeworthy sounds. But the audio can be turned into graphs, and researchers hope they will some day become medically useful.
Electrical engineer finds decades-long fulfillment, challenge, and success at Johns Creek firm
Each month the Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership profiles Georgians who play a critical role in the industry.
ECE Graduate Programs Fare Well in U.S. News & World Report Rankings
The Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering both moved up and maintained its positions from last year in the 2017 U.S. News & World Report graduate engineering program rankings.
Low Cost and Ultra-Miniaturized RF Passives and LTE Modules for Consumer and Automotive Needs
Georgia Tech and its industry partners demonstrate pioneering advances in 3D Glass-based RF modules and Integrated Passive Devices (3D IPDs) as the next stage of evolution.
Funding Available for Student Initiatives
GTSF will give out around $19,000 this semester, and applications are now open for the first round of the allocation process.
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