Georgia Tech alumni Braxton Davis and Ecleamus Ricks pitch their patented technology, Metric Mate, on ABC's Shark Tank.

Two new research centers, representing an investment of about $65.7 million, have been awarded to Georgia Tech through the SRC-administrated Joint University Microelectronics Program 2.0, or JUMP 2.0.

The Cadence scholarship supports underrepresented groups in their pursuit of careers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields.

In total, eight Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets — including five from the College of Engineering — made the list.

Cadence scholarship winners are selected based on their impressive academic achievements, leadership, and drive to shape the world of technology.

The radar will be used to strengthen an existing collaboration between ECE and GTRI on thunderstorm and lightning development research.

Wan is being recognized for his innovation in hardware and systems for autonomous machine computing.

Swaminathan is an internationally recognized researcher in microelectronic packaging.

Ghassan AlRegib's Omni Lab for Intelligent Visual Engineering and Science (OLIVES) is is at the forefront of today’s computer vision and visual machine learning research.

ECE projects spanned the breadth of the School’s research focus areas with innovative applications in fields like medicine, music, and hospitality.