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2021 InVenture Prize Finalists: Where Are They Now? Block Transfer is decentralizing the global financial market

2021 InVenture Prize Finalists: Where Are They Now? Block Transfer is decentralizing the global financial market

Raymond C. Hill

25 Years at NEETRAC – A "Dinosaur’s Perspective" by Ray Hill

Senior Research Technologist Ray Hill provides a history of NEETRAC and how it came to Georgia Tech. 

NEETRAC researchers and staff

ECE’s NEETRAC Celebrates 25 Years of Success, Looks Forward to the Future

NEETRAC is an electric energy-focused, industry-supported center located in Forest Park, Georgia. The Center is part of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and recently celebrated its 25th Anniversary on October 27.

In Loving Memory of Kendall Su

ECE Regents Professor Emeritus Kendall Su, our treasured friend and colleague, passed away on October 26 after a brief hospitalization. 

Researchers Discover Predictable Behavior in Promising Material for Computer Memory

A research team led by Georgia Tech researchers has discovered unexpectedly familiar behavior in the antiferroelectric material known as zirconium dioxide, or zirconia.

Aline Eid and Asim Gazi

Eid, Gazi Participate in Prestigious Academic Leadership Workshops

ECE Ph.D. students Aline Eid and Asim Gazi recently participated in workshops geared toward developing and diversifying the next generation of academic leaders.

Center for Signal and Information Processing Hosts Weekly Seminars

The Center for Signal and Information Processing hosts seminars on Fridays at 3 pm, continuing a tradition of extended learning that has lasted for more than two decades.

Gordon Stüber

Stüber Elected to IEEE VTS Board of Governors for 8th Consecutive Term

ECE Professor Gordon Stüber has been elected to the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society (VTS) Board of Governors for an eighth consecutive term. 

J. Stevenson Kenney

Home at Georgia Tech: Then and Now

Sixteen College of Engineering faculty members, including ECE Professor James Stevenson Kenney, have three or more Georgia Tech degrees and have made their alma mater home again.

Organizational Changes Announced in Office of the Provost

Provost Steve McLaughlin has announced several organizational changes within the Office of the Provost, centering on the student and faculty experience

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