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Rishov Sarkar, a second-year ECE Ph.D. candidate, presenting the Vision Transformer FPGA demo at the University Demonstration at DAC, which represents a portion of the work proposed for the Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship.

Sarkar Awarded Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship

Award winners earn a one-year fellowship and are mentored by Qualcomm engineers to facilitate the success of the proposed research.

Electrical engineering moved up two places to No. 2, a record high. Computer engineering moved up one spot to No. 4, matching the program’s high set in 2020.

Georgia Tech ECE Programs Move Up in Undergraduate Rankings; Electrical Engineering Is Top Ranked Public Program

Both ECE academic programs rose to their highest-ever positions in the 2023 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings released Sept. 12.

Sajjad Abdollahramezani, a Ph.D. candidate in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Abdollahramezani Receives IEEE Photonics Society (IPS) 2022 Graduate Student Scholarship

Each year, ten outstanding society student members from around the world are awarded an IEEE Photonics Society Graduate Student Scholarship.

Award-Winning Tool Bridges Gap Between Supercomputing Software and Hardware

School of CSE Ph.D. student Mikhail Isaev is the winner of the “Sudha” Award.

Poulami Das, a Georgia Tech ECE Ph.D. candidate 

Das Selected to Prestigious Scientific Events this Fall

She will attend the Heidelberg Laureate Forum and Rising Stars in EECS.

Lim Becomes First ECE Faculty Member to Join DARPA as Program Manager

Lim’s DARPA assignment is supported by the U.S. Department of Defense’s (DoD) Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA).

Ph.D. candidate Yuan-chun Luo, ECE associate professor Shimeng Yu, and postdoctoral researcher Jae Hur. 

2021 TNANO Best Paper Award Goes to ECE Researchers Led by Shimeng Yu

The 2021 TNANO Best Paper Award is the latest research from Yu’s Laboratory for Emerging Devices and Circuits to receive high recognition.

Pamela Bhatti

Bhatti Named ELATES Fellow in National Leadership Program

The ELATES program is a national leadership development program designed to promote women in academic STEM fields, and faculty allies of all genders, into institutional leadership roles.

Computational Neuroscience Digging Deep at Georgia Tech

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.

Design (c) Sergio Mora Diaz

Ballet and the Neuroethics Grand Challenge at Georgia Tech Arts

An innovative exploration of technological interventions into the human brain