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SPECIAL REPORT: Monitoring Hurricanes

Monitoring Hurricanes

A device designed by engineers at GTRI is part of the HIRAD, an experimental airborne system developed by the Earth Science Office NASA.

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GTRI Attends White House Summit on Rural Education

The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) representative at a recent roundtable discussion held by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the White House Rural Council had a chance to share how the Atlanta-located research university's applied research unit is working to reach out to the state’s rural students.

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Tech Companies Join New Internet of Things Research Center

The recently established Center for the Development and Application of Internet-of-Things Technologies (CDAIT) at the Georgia Institute of Technology announces that AirWatch, AT&T and Samsung Electronics constitute the inaugural group of founding members. The involvement of these companies reflects their continuing commitment to the advancement of the transformational capabilities of the Internet of Things (IoT).

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Hopkins named GTRI Fellow for fiscal year 2016

The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) has appointed Glenn Hopkins as a GTRI Fellow for fiscal year 2016. Hopkins, who serves as chief engineer of the Electromagnetics Division in GTRI's Advanced Concepts Laboratory, has been a member of the Georgia Tech faculty since 1987.

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Chip Architecture may Provide Quantum Computer Foundation

In a paper published in the Journal of Applied Physics, a team of researchers at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) and Honeywell International have demonstrated a new device that allows more electrodes to be placed on a chip – an important step that could help increase qubit densities and bring us one step closer to a quantum computer that can simulate molecules or perform other algorithms of interest.

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