In June, some of the world’s top technologists in the VLSI industry will convene in Honolulu for one of the premier symposiums for microelectronics and semiconductor research.
In the award-winning article, an optimization-based algorithm for quick evaluation of the eye diagram, dubbed worst-eye analysis, is suggested.
Every year, Georgia Tech’s academic quiz bowl team competes in two national tournaments. This year, their top team won first among 51 of the best teams in the country.
Imagine you’re a college student cramming for a test in your dorm room. What if there was a way for the school supplies and food to be delivered right to your dorm – not by car or foot, but by drone?
Zachary Olkin won the Outstanding Computer Engineering Senior Award, Katherine Roberts won the Outstanding Electrical Engineering Senior Award, and Pardyot Yadav won the Undergraduate Research Award.
Brand and Tentzeris won Institute Research Awards, while Coogan took home a Sigma Xi Award.
The pandemic has taken — and will continue to take— a heavy toll. Getting students oriented and helping them succeed will require innovative new approaches to student support.
Harnessing the power of “phase-change” materials, Georgia Tech researchers have demonstrated how reconfigurable metasurfaces — artificial materials with extraordinary optical properties — are crucial to the future of nanotechnology.
Center for Advanced Electronics through Machine Learning Receives Phase II Funding from The National Science Foundation
As the global demand for microelectronics continues to surge, CAEML's mission to apply machine learning to the design of optimized microelectronic circuits and systems has become even more crucial.
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