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Asif Khan (left) shows President Ángel Cabrera a 300 nm FEFET wafer that his lab received from Global Foundries. Pictured left to right are Khan, Nujhat Tasneem, Douglas Blough, Cabrera, and Prasanna Ravindran.

Georgia Institute of Technology Research in Microelectronics Dominates the 2021 International Electron Device Meeting

Georgia Tech faculty innovations to be highlighted at the largest EE and semiconductor conference.

Mandovi Mukherjee

Mukherjee Chosen for Cadence Women in Technology Scholarship

ECE Ph.D. student Mandovi Mukherjee has been chosen for a 2021 Cadence Women in Technology Scholarship.

Raquel Plaskett (right) with College of Engineering Dean Raheem Beyah

Plaskett Named ECE Culture Champion

Raquel Plaskett has been named as the Culture Champion for the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Georgia Tech.

NASA Juno Mission Paper Featured in Science

ECE Professor Emeritus Paul Steffes and his colleagues with the NASA Juno Mission published a paper that is the cover feature of the November 19, 2021 issue of Science.

Professor Russell Dupuis

Dupuis Speaks about LEDs Development on Acast

ECE Professor Russell Dupuis spoke about the evolution of LEDs and lighting, as well as its future applications, on Acast, a podcast hosted by Lord John Browne, director of the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering. 

Ma Elected to IEEE SPS Board of Governors

ECE Professor Xiaoli Ma has been elected to the IEEE Signal Processing Society (SPS) Board of Governors in the capacity of Member-at-Large for the 2022-2024 term.

2021 InVenture Prize Finalists: Where Are They Now? Block Transfer is decentralizing the global financial market

2021 InVenture Prize Finalists: Where Are They Now? Block Transfer is decentralizing the global financial market

Raymond C. Hill

25 Years at NEETRAC – A "Dinosaur’s Perspective" by Ray Hill

Senior Research Technologist Ray Hill provides a history of NEETRAC and how it came to Georgia Tech. 

NEETRAC researchers and staff

ECE’s NEETRAC Celebrates 25 Years of Success, Looks Forward to the Future

NEETRAC is an electric energy-focused, industry-supported center located in Forest Park, Georgia. The Center is part of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and recently celebrated its 25th Anniversary on October 27.

In Loving Memory of Kendall Su

ECE Regents Professor Emeritus Kendall Su, our treasured friend and colleague, passed away on October 26 after a brief hospitalization. 

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