Matthew Hale

Matthew Hale joined the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering as an Associate Professor in the spring of 2024

Matthew Hale joined the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech as an Associate Professor in the spring of 2024. His research interests include multi-agent control and optimization, deceptive decision-making, and applications of these methods to drones and other robots. He has received the NSF CAREER Award, ONR YIP, and AFOSR YIP. Prior to joining Georgia Tech, Matthew was Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Florida.

Nima Ghalichechian

Nima Ghalichechian

Dr. Ghalichechian joined the Georgia Institute of Technology as an Assistant Professor in August 2021. Prior to joining Georgia Tech, he was an Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University (OSU), Columbus, from 2017 to 2021. During this period, he established the RF Microsystems Laboratory with research in the area of millimeter-wave antennas and arrays.

Maegan Tucker

Headshot of Maegan Tucker, Assistant Professor, GT ECE

Maegan received her Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering (ME) from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in May 2023. Prior, she also received a M.S. in ME from Caltech in 2019 and a B.S. in ME from Georgia Tech in 2017. After graduating with her Ph.D., Maegan conducted a brief postdoc at Caltech (May–August 2023), followed by a brief research position at Disney Research (September–December 2023). Generally speaking, her research interests lie at the intersection of control theory and human-robot interaction, with specific applications towards lower-limb assistive devices.

Pan Li

Assistant Professor ECE, Pan Li

Pan Li joined Georgia Tech in 2023 Spring. Before that, Pan Li worked at the Purdue Computer Science Department as an assistant professor from the 2020 fall to the 2023 Spring. Before joining Purdue, Pan worked as a postdoc at Stanford Computer Science Department from 2019 to 2020. Pan did his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. Pan Li has got the NSF CAREER award, the Best Paper award from the Learning on Graph Conference, Sony Faculty Innovation Award, JPMorgan Faculty Award.

David S. Citrin

David S Citrin

Professor Citrin earned a B.A. from Williams College (1985) and a M.S. (1987) and a Ph.D. (1991) from the University of Illinois, all in physics, where his dissertation was on the optical properties of semiconductor quantum wires. Subsequently, he was a post-doctoral research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research, Stuttgart, Germany (1992-1993) and Center Fellow at the Center for Ultrafast Optical Science at the University of Michigan (1993-1995). Dr. Citrin was an assistant professor of physics and materials science at Washington State University (1995 to 2001).