(L-R) Sung Kyu Lim, Linda Milor, and  Moinuddin K. Qureshi. Georgia Tech's three faculty members elevated to fellow status in the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) for 2023.

 

 

 
Lim, Milor, Qureshi Elevated to IEEE Fellows

IEEE Fellow is a distinction reserved for select IEEE members whose extraordinary accomplishments. ...

Qcells, a solar power company, plans to build a $2.3 billion manufacturing complex just north of Atlanta in Cartersville to not only make state-of-the-art components for solar panels, but also to build complete panels used in a variety of settings, from houses to large-scale commercial and industrial solar arrays.
$2.3B Qcells Solar Power Investment Holds Major Potential for Georgia

Georgia Tech experts are at the forefront of technology and research that could revamp clean energy ...

Georgia Tech was awarded $65.7 million to launch two new JUMP 2.0 research centers. Arijit Raychowdhury (left) and Saibal Mukhopadhyay (center) will lead the two centers. Muhannad Bakir (right) is associate director of a third center headquartered at Penn State.
Georgia Tech Receives $65 Million Grant from Semiconductor Research Corporation for JUMP 2.0 Centers

Two new research centers, representing an investment of about $65.7 million, have been awarded to G...

Fall 2022 IEN Seed Grant Winners Announced

Four Interdisciplinary Projects to Receive IEN Technical Support and Facility Access

Art which depicts the graphene network (black atoms) on top of silicon carbide (yellow and white atoms). The gold pads represent electrostatic gates, and the blue and red balls represent electrons and holes, respectively. Credit: Noel Dudeck, Georgia Tech
At the Edge of Graphene-Based Electronics

The researchers developed a new nanoelectronics platform based on graphene - a single sheet of carbo...

Energy Dept Invests $100M in Gleb Yushin’s EV Battery Startup

The company is ramping up production on anode technology Yushin developed at Georgia Tech. ...

A strip of flexible, transparent, and highly conductive plastic film called PEDOT(OH) created by Georgia Tech chemists and engineers. (Photos Courtesy: James Ponder)
Going Back to Basics Yields a Printable, Transparent Plastic That’s Highly Conductive

Chemists and engineers collaborate on process that washes away nonconductive side chains from a robu...

Cleanroom User Spotlight: Mason A. Chilmonczyk

Chilmonczyk is the CEO/Co-founder of Andson Biotech and a current cleanroom user

Spring 2022 IEN Seed Grant Winners Announced

The primary purpose of this program is to give first- or second-year graduate students in diverse di...

Genaro Soto Valle, Manos Tentzeris, Kexin Hu, and Yepu Cui with the fabricated proof-of-concept tile arrays and inkjet-printed tile arrays.
The Future of 5G+ Infrastructure Could be Built Tile by Tile

Manos Tentzeris and his team of Georgia Tech researchers flex their novel 5G+‐enabled massively scal...