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Diving practice

Olympic Divers Leave Georgia Tech for Rio Olympics

More than 4,000 fans gave the U.S. Olympic Diving Team a good luck "send-off" at Georgia Tech last week. The ten Olympians, nicknamed the "Perfect 10," practiced at the Campus Recreation Center's McAuley Aquatic Center, the same facility that hosted Olympic diving 20 years ago. It was the final training session before catching a flight to Rio De Janeiro.

This week campus hosts the U.S. Olympic Swimming Team. A public session is set for Saturday at 11 a.m.

Cyber Security

OIT Warns of Latest Phishing Attack

Jennifer Bonnett to lead ATDC

Jennifer Bonnett to head the Advanced Technology Development Center

PV Cell Produced for Testing

Light-Trapping 3-D Solar Cells Undergo Space Testing

1996 Olympic Games: 20 Years Later

Georgia Tech's Olympic Legacy

Exoplanets NASA depictions

Before Animals, Evolution Waited Eons to Inhale

Apache Helicopter

Helicopter Display Emulator Facilitates System Testing

Big crowds attend USA Diving send-off

Atlanta Gives U.S. Divers Big Send-Off to Rio

Cyber Security

OIT Warns of Latest Phishing Attack

Jennifer Bonnett to lead ATDC

Jennifer Bonnett to head the Advanced Technology Development Center

Micro C Startup 1

Micro C announces successful early-seed round capital raise

Enterprise Innovation Center

Chris Downing to head Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2)

Lockheed Martin Building L-22

Lockheed Martin Sells Real Estate to Georgia Tech

Message from Institute Diversity Vice President Archie Ervin: Reflecting on the Tragic Events Across the Nation

Verify Identity

New Security Feature Protects Sensitive Employee Information

Georgia Tech Introduces Two-Factor Authentication to Secure Data and Services

Georgia Tech Introduces Two-Factor Authentication to Secure Data and Services

Stamps Health Services

Renovations Begin at Stamps Health Services

Thermal probe testing silicon dioxide

Engineered “Sand” May Help Cool Electronic Devices

Stepping with shoe

Robot Earns its Shoes, Walks Like a Person

Mudskipper

Robot Helps Study How First Land Animals Moved 360 Million Years Ago

Georgia Tech's Juno Team

Georgia Tech Prepares for Jupiter Mission

Jennifer Bonnett to lead ATDC

Jennifer Bonnett to head the Advanced Technology Development Center

Micro C Startup 1

Micro C announces successful early-seed round capital raise

Enterprise Innovation Center

Chris Downing to head Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2)

Lockheed Martin Building L-22

Lockheed Martin Sells Real Estate to Georgia Tech

brain-audrey-duarte

Senior Moments Explained: Older Adults Have Weaker Clutter Control

Cellular adhesion

Roadmap for Advanced Cell Manufacturing Shows Path to Cell-Based Therapeutics

Baker's yeast cell lights up green

Heme, a Poisonous Nutrient, Tracked by ‘Green Lantern’ Sensor

Pancreatic cancer cells and microRNA

Restoring Chemotherapy Sensitivity by Boosting MicroRNA Levels

Protest

The Social Media Profile of the Black Lives Matter Movement

Researchers with code promoting essays

SEISE Tool Uses Semantic Gaps to Detect Website Promotional Attacks

Betsy DiSalvo

Lower Income Families Less Likely to Use Online Learning Tools

Casey Fiesler and Amy Bruckman

Georgia Tech Research Finds Fan Communities Are Reshaping the Social Web for the Better

The “Rays the Roof” group presented their project last spring in the Ford ES&T building.  Pictured from left to right: Rosenbaum, Snyder, Ploussard, Hamilton, and Aggarwal. Photo courtesy of Janet Ploussard.

Undergrads Help Save Money and Reduce Georgia Tech’s Carbon Dioxide Emissions

Rogue Wave - OVERSEAS CHICAGO

Understanding Rogue Ocean Waves May be Simple After All

Spiral Dance of Black Holes

Gravitational Waves Detected Again

Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory

High-Resolution Model Explains Role of Soil Erosion in Carbon Budgets

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Putting AI in The Matrix May Keep It from Doing the Same to Us

Someday artificial intelligence (AI) might be too good and too smart for humans. The worry is that the first AI machine to surpass human intelligence might be impossible to shut down. That’s one reason...

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Mark Riedl

Mark Riedl

Assistant Professor
School of Interactive Computing, College of Computing
Director, Entertainment Intelligence Lab

Protecting Power Grids from Cyberattacks

Cyberattacks against America’s energy infrastructure put public safety and national defense at risk. In response, a proposal before the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources suggests a “retro approach” to de-computerize the electrical grid. A.P. “Sakis” Meliopoulos...

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A.P. "Sakis" Meliopoulos

A.P. "Sakis" Meliopoulos

Georgia Power Distinguished Professor in the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering

Associate director of cyber-physical systems for the Institute for Information Security & Privacy 

The Tragedy of Pokémon Go

They are everywhere. People hunting on phones. Pokémon Go is what everyone is doing and/or talking about this week.

Ian Bogost is Georgia Tech's video game expert. In his latest article for The Atlantic, he explains what laid the groundwork for the game and what he expects...

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Ian Bogost

Ian Bogost

Professor
School of Literature, Media and Communication, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
Director, Graduate Program in Digital Media
Member of GVU Center

photo - looking through olympic rings sculpture to Georgia Tech campus
2016 marks the 20th anniversary of the Centennial Olympic Games held in Atlanta.
Georgia Tech's Olympic Legacy
Much of what is familiar about the Georgia Tech campus was brand new in 1996. Here are a few things that came as preparations for the...
mudskipper
Georgia Tech is studying the mudskipper to understand one of the most important evolutionary events in our history.
illustration - spacecraft Juno and planet Jupiter
On July fourth, five years after it was launched by NASA and JPL, spacecraft Juno reaches its destination: Jupiter.
Georgia Tour
President G.P. "Bud" Peterson has wrapped up his eighth Georgia Tour. In four days, he covered 570 miles, visited 21 counties, 15 towns and...
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