Georgia Tech News

Startup Summer Demo Day 2016

Turning Ideas into Successful Startups

Instead of interning at established companies this summer, a group of Georgia Tech students launched their own startups. The 20 teams who participated in Startup Summer will demonstrate their products and services Tuesday starting at 4:30 p.m. in the Egyptian Ballroom of the Fox Theatre.

Startup Summer is one of three main programs under the umbrella of CREATE-X, a Georgia Tech initiative to enhance and support entrepreneurship programs for undergraduate students. It is just one way the Institute is preparing the nation’s next entrepreneurs.

Atlanta forest

Climate Change May Extend Ozone Season in the Southeastern U.S.

Hollow polymer fibers

Carbon Molecular Sieve Membranes Cut Energy Use in Hydrocarbon Separations

Fluorescence biomembrane force probe

How Mechanical Force Triggers Blood Clotting at the Molecular Scale

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New Class Continues Trend of Prestige, Diversity

Cassie Mitchell

Going for Gold

GTPD Social Media Center

GTPD Innovates to Bring Community Policing into the Digital Age

Freshman Survival Tips

Freshman Survival Tips

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Turning Ideas into Successful Startups

CREATE-X logo

Turning Ideas into Successful Startups

Jennifer Bonnett to lead ATDC

Georgia Institute of Technology selects 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)

Freshman Survival Tips

Freshman Survival Tips

The Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion Launches in the Renovated Chapin Building

Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion Launches to Serve More Underrepresented Students

Rick Clark

Admissions Hits the Road for Peach State Tour

Summer in the City

Summer in the City: How to Stay Cool in the Atlanta Heat

Hollow polymer fibers

Carbon Molecular Sieve Membranes Cut Energy Use in Hydrocarbon Separations

Electrical and Computer Engineering Students install Microgrid in Haiti

Solar Power to the People

Low power camera

Researchers Develop a Low-power Always-on Camera With Gesture Recognition

Schizophrenia mobile readout

Schizophrenia Simulator: When Chemistry Upends Sanity's Balance

CREATE-X logo

Turning Ideas into Successful Startups

Jennifer Bonnett to lead ATDC

Georgia Institute of Technology selects 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)

Fluorescence biomembrane force probe

How Mechanical Force Triggers Blood Clotting at the Molecular Scale

Schizophrenia mobile readout

Schizophrenia Simulator: When Chemistry Upends Sanity's Balance

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

Electrical and Computer Engineering Students install Microgrid in Haiti

Solar Power to the People

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

Atlanta forest

Climate Change May Extend Ozone Season in the Southeastern U.S.

Hollow polymer fibers

Carbon Molecular Sieve Membranes Cut Energy Use in Hydrocarbon Separations

Electrical and Computer Engineering Students install Microgrid in Haiti

Solar Power to the People

Deep sea microbe collector

Global Warming, a Dead Zone and Mysterious Bacteria

Campus Newsstand

 
Research Horizons Magazine
Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine
The Whistle, Georgia Tech's Faculty/Staff Newspaper

How to Overcome SAT and ACT Anxiety

Changes to the SAT and ACT have created consternation. Why? First, simply change. Anytime you alter something, it causes skepticism and unrest. Secondly, the very nature of standardized testing inherently breeds anxiety. But as with anything new and unfamiliar, information is the best way to...

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Rick Clark

Rick Clark

Director of Undergraduate Admission at Georgia Tech

Mary Tipton Woolley

Mary Tipton Woolley

Senior Associate Director of Undergraduate Admission at Georgia Institute of Technology

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 
Freshman Survival Tips
Georgia Tech offers resources to help first-year students.
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Georgia Tech engineers simulate chemical imbalances in schizophrenia memory disturbance to fast-track research and treatment.
Ramblin' to Rio
Georgia Tech will be well-represented at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Twenty-three Georgia Tech students take "Progress & Service" to a health clinic in Haiti — and bring a lot of lessons home.
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2016 marks the 20th anniversary of the Centennial Olympic Games held in Atlanta.
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