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Neuroscientists Team with Engineers to Explore How the Brain Controls Movement

Scientists from Emory University and the Georgia Institute of Technology have made remarkable advances into recording the electrical activity that the nervous system uses to control complex skills.

CREATE-X alumni spotlight: Gimme Vending

Vending machine drivers told them “Gimme something better,” and they delivered

Eric Boe received his master's degree in electrical engineering in 1997. Photo: NASA

NASA Taps Georgia Tech Alumnus for Historic Space Mission

Tech graduate Eric Boe will fly a test vehicle into orbit in 2019.

eduroam to Replace GTwifi on August 6

The Office of Information Technology is reminding GTwifi users to reset all network settings to eduroam on their devices by Monday, August 6.

Nazanin Tork Is New Assistant Director of Graduate Studies

The Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education and Faculty Development has announced that Nazanin Tork will assume the role of assistant director of Graduate Studies.

Patricio Vela

Vela Receives ASCE Best Paper Award

ECE Associate Professor Patricio Vela received the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) 2018 John O. Bickel Award for a paper co-authored with colleagues from the University of Cambridge.

Omer Inan

Inan Selected for IEEE Sensors Young Professional Award

ECE Associate Professor Omer T. Inan has been selected for the 2018 IEEE Sensors Council Young Professional Award.

Sensen Li

Li Chosen for IEEE RFIC Best Paper Award

ECE Ph.D. student Sensen Li was chosen for the 2018 IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium (RFIC) Best Student Paper Award.

Chris Malbrue (left) with CoE Dean Steve McLaughlin

Malbrue Receives College of Engineering Hero Award

ECE's Chris Malbrue received the College of Engineering Hero Award at the Georgia Tech College of Engineering (CoE) Staff Appreciation event held on July 11.

From GREEN Lab (Prof. Mukhopadhyay) - Fabricated in 130nm CMOS technology, the image sensor SOC contains a 64×48 array of energy harvesting pixels that can be configured in either imaging or harvesting mode.

GREEN Lab Debuts Self-Powered Image Sensor

Fabricated in 130nm CMOS technology, the image sensor SOC contains a 64×48 array of energy harvesting pixels that can be configured in either imaging or harvesting mode.

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