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Ph.D. candidate Aheli Ghosh 

Ghosh Wins Top Award for Memristors Research

Ghosh’s research has shown how a novel oxide material, lithium niobite, can use design rules similar to CMOS.

Recent ECE Graduate, Abigail Ivemeyer

Recent ECE Graduate, Abigail Ivemeyer, Awarded Outstanding Student Scholarship

The award recognizes PES student members from around the world who have chosen an academic path leading to an electric power and energy engineering career.

Maryam Saeedifard and Pengcheng Zhang 

Saeedifard, Zhang Receive Power Electronics First Place Prize Paper Award

The paper proposes a magnetic integration design for electric vehicle (EV) wireless power transfer (WPT) systems.

HyTech Racing Wins at Formula SAE Competition

HyTech Racing, Georgia Tech’s student-led electric racing team, placed third overall at the Formula SAE Electric Competition hosted at Michigan International Speedway.

Gururaj Saileshwar (right) was recognized for his Ph.D. dissertation at this year’s International Symposium on Hardware Oriented Security and Trust (HOST).

Research on Hardware Security by Gururaj Saileshwar Wins Best Dissertation Award

Saileshwar received his Ph.D. in 2022 and was supervised by Moinuddin Qureshi, professor in the College of Computing.

Georgia Tech Faculty and Students Win Awards, Present Research at Design Automation Conference

DAC is a premier event devoted to the design and design automation of electronic chips and systems.

ECE professor Gabriel Alfonso Rincón-Mora has published “Switched Inductor Power IC Design.”

Rincón-Mora Publishes New Book on Power IC Design

The new 524-page textbook, published by Springer Nature, evolved from the material Rincón-Mora developed for ECE 6445 Power IC Design course.

Ph.D. Research by Poulami Das Wins Top Award at Design Automation Conference

Das was recognized for her Ph.D. thesis research, “Architecture and Software for Reliable Quantum Computing.”

Georgia Tech Postdoc, Jinhwan Kim, Receives Prestigious NIH Award

The K99/R00 Pathway award provides support for up to two-year postdoctoral mentored phase and a successive three-year independent phase as a principal investigator.

Bonnie Ferri, vice provost for graduate education and faculty development at Georgia Tech

Ferri Receives Education Award from the American Automatic Control Council

The prestigious award is presented annually to one individual in recognition of their contributions to automatic control education in any form.

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