Updates on the campus response to coronavirus (COVID-19)

2020 News

Illustration: Jessie Brandon

Home for the Holidays: Know the Travel Risks Before You Go

Researchers have developed a tool that shows the risk someone with Covid-19 will be present at gatherings from 10 to 5,000 people anywhere in the U.S.

The InVenture Prize trophies await the judges' decision during the 2020 InVenture Prize finals. (Photo: Christopher Moore)

InVenture Prize Mixes Virtual Rounds Into 2021 Competition

The road to the 2021 InVenture Prize will be different, but the pandemic won’t stop the 13th edition of Georgia Tech’s signature invention competition from recognizing students' best new ideas.

Georgia Tech Names Commercialization Leadership Focused on Expanding Impact

Entrepreneur and Professor Raghupathy “Siva” Sivakumar has been named Georgia Tech’s inaugural Interim Chief Commercialization Officer. 

Milad Frounchi

Frounchi Selected for MTT-Sat Challenge Award

ECE Ph.D. student Milad Frounchi has received the 2020 MTT-Sat Challenge Award.

Campus Mail Delivery Temporarily Suspended

Due to staffing illness, departmental mail delivery has been suspended through Monday, November 30, but parcel pick-up is still an option.

Finals Tips for Students

Finals week can be a stressful time under normal circumstances.

Tech Graduate to Celebrate 100th Birthday

Floyd Franklin Blair came to Georgia Tech in 1938, and this Nov. 15, he celebrates his 100th birthday.

Tech Tower and leaves from a Japanese maple tree

Town Halls to Provide Updates on Budget, Spring Academics

A series of town halls over the next week will inform the campus about budgets, academics, and advising.

Spring 2021 Career Fair

The Spring Career Fair is the largest Career Fair on Georgia Tech's campus. Every year, nearly 200 companies and over 2,500 students attend the All-Majors Career Fair.

Organic photodiodes can be much larger than their silicon counterparts. On the left is a silicon photodiode compared to two large-area organic photodiodes. (Credit: Canek Fuentes-Hernandez, Georgia Tech)

Large-area Flexible Organic Photodiodes Can Compete With Silicon Devices

Flexible large-area organic photodiodes can now compete in performance with conventional silicon photodiode technology.