Predicting when and how collections of particles, robots, or animals become orderly remains a challenge across science and engineering.

In the 19th century, scientists and engineers developed the discipline…

The Battelle Savannah River Alliance (BRSA) – which includes Georgia Tech – has been selected by the Department of Energy to manage one of the country’s premier environmental, energy, and national security research…

C. Ross Ethier recently became the fourth researcher from the Georgia Institute of Technology to win the prestigious H.R. Lissner Medal from the American…

Around the world, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) has infected about 36 million people, and 1.8 million new cases emerge every year, with more than 90 percent of the infections spread through sexual contact. It…

By Quinn Eastman, Emory University Research News

More than a decade ago, Hanjoong Jo and colleagues developed…

More than 300 people participated in Georgia Tech’s inaugural esports symposium and esports invitational tournament which was held virtually on December 8, 2020. This event, hosted by Georgia Tech’s Institute for…

De’Aira Bryant didn’t come to Georgia Tech to work in the movie industry. Her interests lie within the field of robotics, where she works on projects that will increase the quality of human life.…

Safety is arguably the biggest barrier to large-scale deployability of humanoid assistive robots.

Large, heavy, and with the potential to suddenly fall over all mean that the risk to humans has remained too…

Luong Nguyen and Baki Yilmaz received the Best Student Paper Award at the IEEE International Symposium on Hardware Oriented Security and Trust (HOST). The symposium was held December 7-11 as a virtual event. 

Join us in congratulating these deserving members of the Petit Institute community for their hard work, accomplishments, and dedication throughout 2020.

2020 ABOVE & BEYOND AWARDS…

The Georgia Tech Supply Chain and Logistics Institute (SCL) is the largest such group in the world, and it provides researchers with many opportunities to help solve global supply chain and logistics problems. The…

Next-generation sequencing (NGS) has emerged as an important high throughput technology in biomedical research and translation for its ability to accurately capture genetic information. But choosing proper analysis…

Samantha Lubaba Noor has received a 2020 Cadence Women in Technology Scholarship. A Ph.D. student in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), Noor has worked in the Nanoelectronics…

After devoting almost 35 years to the field of bioinformatics, Mark Borodovsky, a Regents Professor and director of the…

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, two human factors are battling it out: awareness of the virus’s severe consequences and fatigue from nine months of pandemic precautions. The results of that battle can be…

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, two human factors are battling it out: awareness of the virus’s severe consequences and fatigue from nine months of pandemic precautions. The results of that battle can be…

Approximately 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease every year, and more than 10 million people worldwide are living with the disease, according to the Parkinson’s Foundation (parkinson.org).

Nokia held a virtual awards ceremony on December 3 and announced the winners of the 2020 Bell Labs Prize, a competition that recognizes disruptive innovations that will define the next industrial revolution. …

We are excited to congratulate the winners of this year’s GVU/Institute for People and Technology (IPaT)/ Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) Seed Grant Program.
These projects represent the…