Stefan Abi-Karam, a member of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) and a Ph.D. student in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech, has been honored with the prestigious FPL Community Award at the 33rd International Conference on Field-Programmable Logic and Applications (FPL 2023) in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Recently, GTRI leadership and research faculty were joined by State of Georgia leaders, corporate representatives, and educators to celebrate a notable milestone for an important GTRI program. STEM@GTRI celebrated its 25th anniversary. STEM@GTRI is the Georgia Tech Research Institute's K-12 outreach program.
State policymakers, health care researchers, and others will have a clearer picture of the health of Georgia citizens thanks to a new database of medical, dental, and pharmacy claims for public and private insurance plans in the state.
Training ranges help pilots and aircrew members stay at the top of their game while adopting new tactics and equipment. A training solution known as WarRoom is helping fulfill the program’s tagline, “Better Training. Faster.”
Carolina Colón, a Ph.D. student at Georgia Tech and a member of GTRI’s GEM Fellowship cohort, has been honored with the "Role Model Award – Graduate" by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE). This award is part of SHPE's Technical Achievement and Recognition (STAR) Awards and will be presented at the SHPE National Convention taking place in Salt Lake City, Utah, from Nov. 1-5.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) has named Terence Haran as the new Director for the Electro-Optical Systems Laboratory (EOSL), effective Oct. 1. Haran will be responsible for bringing strategic leadership and vision to the lab, which is a leader in optics and microelectronics.
For Erick Maxwell, the Branch Chief of the Technical Integration Branch within the Advanced Warfighting Technologies Division (AWTD) at GTRI, the prestigious National Society of Black Engineers’ (NSBE) “Distinguished Engineer of the Year” Award was just one milestone of a journey that has been about more than just his engineering accomplishments.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) has announced the selection of Linda Viney as the new director for the Applied Systems Laboratory (ASL). Viney assumed the role on September 15.
For its inaugural Defense-University Affiliated Research Traineeship (DART) Program, GTRI recently partnered with Alabama A&M University to conduct research for the U.S. Army. DART seeks to leverage the pipeline of researchers underrepresented in STEM and accelerate their awareness, knowledge, access, and opportunities in R&D contracting for the DoD.
With a mission to ensure seamless transition and integration of military personnel into the civilian workforce, the Hiring Our Heroes program (HOH) is indicative of GTRI's commitment to being a “people-first” organization and standing "shoulder-to-shoulder with our government partners to serve national security." Meet the members of the latest GTRI HOH cohort.