Researchers at Georgia Tech are working in the realm of computational neuroscience, a branch of neuroscience that uses mathematical models, computer simulations, and theoretical analysis of the brain to gain a deeper understanding of the nervous system.
An innovative exploration of technological interventions into the human brain
The award-winning team includes Minah Lee, Saibal Mukhopadhyay, and Burhan Mudassar.
Learn more about the School’s newest academic members below and hear why they're excited to be joining one of the country’s top ECE programs.
The new Regents’ Entrepreneur distinction is granted to faculty members who have an established reputation as successful innovators.
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have found a detection method that could revolutionize cancer treatment by showing how cancers metastasize and what stage they are.
The award-winning article proposes a novel hierarchical physical design flow enabling the building of high-density and commercial-quality two-tier face-to-face-bonded hierarchical 3D ICs.
The project aims to develop fundamental theory and algorithms for addressing the heavily stressed conditions inherent to power systems.
Alan Doolittle is doing what was once thought impossible: turning an electrical insulator into an ultra-wide bandgap semiconductor.
Chance Brown, Shu Lin, and Julie Sonneberg-Klein have been formally recognized by the College of Engineering.
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