Georgia Tech News

Top Stories

Edison Thomaz

Research identifies barriers in tracking meals and what foodies want

Eating healthy is sometimes a challenge on its own, so technology should ease that burden – not increase it – according to new research.
Seven Cool Things About Robots

Seven Cool Things About Robots

In honor of National Robotics Week, Georgia Tech puts together a list of seven cool things robots can do (or will be able to do in the near future).
Brittle star on the seafloor under the Ross Ice Shelf

New robotic vehicle provides a never-before-seen look under Antarctica

A first-of-its-kind robotic vehicle recently dove to depths never before visited under Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf and brought back video of life on the seafloor.

Nanoscale "worms" provide new route to nano-necklace structures

Researchers have developed a novel technique for crafting nanometer-scale necklaces based on tiny star-like structures threaded onto a polymeric backbone.
HAWC Observatory Panorama

HAWC captures evidence of powerful cosmic visitors

In the shadow of Mexico’s tallest mountain, an array of 300 water-filled silver tanks is capturing the calling cards left by powerful visitors from our galaxy and beyond.

Tech in the News

Ford's new technology chief ponders the future of driving and mobility

WhyChina May Have the Most Factory Robots in the World by 2017

For a Better Flip, Try MOOCs

Trending @ Tech

Campus News

I <3 GT Pride Alliance

Lavender Graduation Celebrates LGBTQIA Graduates, Community

The inaugural Lavender Awards will be given at this year's event.

Task Force Suggests Changes to Academic Calendar

Georgia Tech students could soon have more time to prepare for finals and an extra day off at Thanksgiving, thanks to proposed changes to the academic calendar.
Ron Bohlander

Bohlander Ends Tenure as Faculty Secretary

Jeanne Balsam will replace Bohlander beginning this month.
George Nemhauser

Nemhauser Honored with Class of 1934 Distinguished Professor Award

George Nemhauser, widely considered to be one of the world’s top optimization researchers, is receiving the Class of 1934 Distinguished Professor Award.
Admission Staff Welcomes #gt19 Class

Tech Admits Most Competitive Class in Institute History

Georgia Tech received more than 27,500 applications. A total of 8,521 students have been offered admission.

News Blog

NSF research boosts digital content creation

Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of Interactive Computing, through a grant provided by the National Science Foundation, studied how digital content creation tools can be improved to help people be more effective. Mark Riedl, associate professor in the School of...

Read the full post
Mark Riedl

Mark Riedl

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

How to find the needle in a big data haystack

David Bader, professor and chair of the School of Computational Science and Engineering at Georgia Tech, delivered the keynote address during the recent "International Opportunities in Cloud Computing & Big Data" conference. Bader, executive director of High Performance...

Read the full post
David A. Bader

David A. Bader

Professor and Chair
School of Computational Science and Engineering, College of Computing
Executive Director of High-Performance Computing 

Higher Education Not Just for the Entry Workforce

Nelson Baker, dean of Georgia Tech Professional Education, recently addressed members of the Organization of American States, sharing how continuing education adds a workforce development option that could help all economies move forward. 

Higher education is no...

Read the full post
Nelson Baker

Nelson Baker

Dean of Georgia Tech Professional Education

Map of Georgia Tech

Georgia Institute of Technology
North Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30332
Phone: 404-894-2000