Chris Rozell traveled to Washington, D.C. to share the impacts of the past decade of brain research funded by the NIH BRAIN Initiative with Congress — and share with local representatives how Georgia Tech is playing a key role in leading the charge.

ECE Professor Robert J. Butera received the Georgia Tech Senior Faculty Outstanding Undergraduate Research Mentor Award at the Institute’s Faculty Staff Honors Luncheon, held on April 22 at the Student Center Ballroom.

ECE Assistant Professor Omer T. Inan has been selected for a 2016 Lockheed Dean's Excellence in Teaching Award.

ECE Ph.D. student Yeo Joon Youn has received a Kwanjeong Education Foundation (KEF) Scholarship. 

ECE Ph.D. student A K M “Arif” Arifuzzman has received an Aga Khan Foundation International Scholarship. 

ECE Assistant Professor Fatih Sarioglu has received the 2017 Beckman Young Investigator Award for his project titled “All-Electronic Lab-on-a-Chip Platforms for High-Throughput Multi-Modal Cell Phenotyping.”

Across Georgia Tech, researchers, scientists, and students are creating the next breakthroughs in understanding this complex system, treatments of neurological diseases and injuries, and tools to improve neural function.

The 2016 InVenture Prize winners will use an NSF award to conduct additional research and development on a system to protect first responders.

Georgia Tech and NextFlex – Flexible Hybrid Electronics Manufacturing Innovation Institute hosted a workshop to explore energy harvesting, energy storage, and power deliver & management approaches for Internet of Things.

The growing visibility of researchers interested in astrobiology is helping Georgia Tech emerge as a powerhouse in the field.

The 5 winning projects, from a diverse group of engineering disciplines, were awarded a six-month block of IEN cleanroom and lab access time.

Successful proposals to this program will identify a new, currently-unfunded research idea that requires core facility access to generate preliminary data necessary to pursue other funding avenues.

Across Georgia Tech, researchers, scientists, and students are creating the next breakthroughs in understanding this complex system, treatments of neurological diseases and injuries, and tools to improve neural function.

Scientists from Emory University and the Georgia Institute of Technology have made remarkable advances into recording the electrical activity that the nervous system uses to control complex skills.

ECE Ph.D. student Nil Gurel received the runner-up prize at the 2018 IEEE Body Sensor Networks Conference Best Paper Award competition.

ECE Assistant Professor Fatih Sarioglu has received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award for his research project entitled “Feedback-Controlled Microfluidic Chips with Integrated Sensor Networks for Blood Analysis.”

ECE Assistant Professor Omer T. Inan has received an Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award for his research project entitled “Wearable Assessment of Warfighter Blood Volume Status using Graph Mining Algorithms.” 

Four Georgia Tech faculty members were named IEEE Fellows, effective January 1, 2018. They are BME Professor Jaydev Desai, ECE Professors Saibal Mukhopadhyay and Justin Romberg, and GTRI Senior Research Engineer Kevin James “Jim” Sangston.

Nano-electric technology may improve the drug development process.

Maysam Ghovanloo and Xueliang Huo recently learned that their paper, "Evaluation of a Wireless Wearable Tongue-Computer Interface by Individuals with High-Level Spinal Cord Injuries," has been named among the top 10 most cited articles of 2010, repre

Four ECE students–Greg Droge, Zachary Lochner, Temi Olubanjo, and Carol Young–have been awarded ARCS Foundation Fellowships.

ECE Associate Professor Maysam Ghovanloo will take part in the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions as a member of the Forum’s Young Scientists community.

It is with great sadness that we share with you that our dear friend and colleague, Scott Wills, died on the morning of Friday, December 2 after a long, brave battle with melanoma.

Five Georgia Tech faculty members have been elected as IEEE Fell

Christopher J. Rozell, an assistant professor in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), has been appointed to the Demetrius T. Paris Junior Professorship, effective September 1.

Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) has awarded a Georgia Tech team with a three-year research contract to develop the next-generation of high-performance biosensors as part of SRC’s new Semiconductor Synthetic Biology (SSB) research program.

Led by ECE Assistant Professor Pamela Bhatti, researchers are developing a device that could improve sound quality offered by cochlear implants.

ECE Ph.D. students Temiloluwa Olubanjo and Hakan Toreyin won two of the top three student paper competition awards at the 2014 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference, held August 26-30 in Chicago.

Members of Georgia Tech Systems Research (GTSR), a lab directed by Fumin Zhang, attended the briefing and exhibition "Robots for Good" in Washington, D.C. on June 17, 2014.

ECE Ph.D. student Abbie Kressner has received a Chih Foundation Research Award.

ECE Assistant Professor Hua Wang had one of the 25 most downloaded papers from IEEE Microwave Magazine for August, September, and November of 2013.

Tongue Drive System wins People's Choice prize at 2010 da Vinci

Sevgi Gurbuz wins Best Student Paper Award at radar conference.

A new electronic biosensing technology developed by Georgia Tech microelectronics engineers and biomedical scientists could usher in a new era of personalized medicine.

The Georgia Institute of Technology is pleased to announce the appointment of three new Georgia Research Alliance (GRA) Eminent Scholars–Deepak Divan, Stanislav Emelianov, and Ravi Kane–bringing the Institute’s total of GRA Eminent Scholars to 22.

ECE-GTL Postdoctoral Fellow Chris Bishop won second place at the 2015 MC6 Competition that took place on December 3 in Metz, France.

Georgia Tech and Emory faculty members are uniting to train the next generation of engineering students in healthcare robotics technologies, so they can better understand the changing needs of patients and their caregivers and healthcare providers.

The 20 teams participating in this year’s Startup Summer programs will demonstrate their products Tuesday at the Fox Theatre

NSF funding to link technologies from Georgia Tech, Smithsonian and IBM to study environment.

The federal government’s Uniform Requirements law is streamlining guidance and increasing accountability for recipients of federal funding.