The ECE Ph.D. candidate was recognized for her research on emerging materials and devices that promote energy-efficient computing.

The research proposed by a team featuring Professor Biing-Hwang Juang introduces DeepSC, a deep learning-based semantic communication system designed for text transmission.

Georgia Tech ECE's Vijay Madisetti and Arshdeep Bahga have released a new textbook entitled Big Data Science & Analytics: A Hands-On Approach.

The Richard A. Tapia Award is awarded annually to an individual who demonstrates significant research leadership and strong commitment and contributions to diversifying computing.

With a new type of engineering class, ECE Professor Magnus Egerstedt has a chance to educate thousands. Can he pull it off?

ECE Professor John Cressler will present his debut novel at the Georgia Tech Barnes & Noble on June 25.

The School’s partnership with the Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), in particular, will be key to the country’s long-term semiconductor competitiveness.

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

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.

EPEPS is the premier international conference on advanced and emerging issues in electrical modeling, analysis and design of electronic interconnections, packages, and systems.

The globally recognized researcher in advanced power conversion technologies is the first Georgia Tech faculty member to receive the distinction.

The collaboration hopes to redefine digital storage, tackling the core of AI progress by reducing voltage in NAND flash technology through a new ferroelectric structure.

The ECE professor is recognized for his significant contributions to wireless communications encompassing additively manufactured antenna arrays and RF modules as well as wireless power transfer.

Ph.D. candidate Mohammad Nikbakht in Professor Omer Inan's research group earned Best Paper recognition at the IEEE Conference on Body Sensor Networks for research on a miniaturized, fully digital, and wearable joint health sensing system.

Originating as a class project, the concept for low-cost, minimal waste communication satellites demonstrated its potential at the 2023 IEEE Wireless in Space and Extreme Environments conference.

Hao's research team is developing an ultra-fast field-programmable gate array system to detect and track particles in high-energy physics experiments.

Callie Hao has received a 2023 Intel Rising Star Faculty Award, recognizing her outstanding contributions to technological research and education in computer science and engineering.

Ph.D candidate Xi Li’s research has been honored at the this year’s International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems.

The proposed high-voltage solid-state transformer (SST) offers enhanced flexibility and control for integrating renewable energy sources and electric vehicles in power grids.

Professor AlRegib and team received the EURASIP 2023 Best Paper Award for their novel methods to improve action recognition in videos using deep neural networks.

The project aims to develop theoretically principled and robust algorithms that can effectively learn from complex graph-structured data.

Collaborative Excellence: Meet the Team in the Winning Effort

The flagship computer-aided design journal (IEEE TCAD) has honored a NeuroSim series developed by Xiaochen Peng and Shimeng Yu, continuing ECE research's winning streak.

ECE researcher, Sankar Alagapan, has secured a prestigious clinical transition award from Georgia CTSA, advancing neuroscientific research.

GT ECE's graduate programs are both back in the top five in the 2023-24 U.S. News & World Report rankings.

Jennifer M. Granholm, the United States secretary of energy, visited a team of interdisciplinary and interinstitutional researchers led by Georgia Tech’s Lukas Graber.

The award-winning dissertation proposes an end-to-end benchmark framework to evaluate state-of-the-art compute-in-memory (CIM) accelerators.

A new study will examine the relatively invisible role of the algorithms 20th-century engineers developed to optimize the electric power grid.

Inan is the director of the Inan Research Lab, where he and his research team work on non-invasive physiological sensing and modulation.

The award is the most prestigious award in support of early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models.

Each year, PELS selects distinguished society members as DLs to celebrate and honor their high achievements.

Shawn Quinn earned his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the Georgia Techn in 1990.

The NSF CAREER award is the most prestigious award in support of early-career faculty.

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