An overview of the exciting developments in the field of negative capacitance over the past six years starting from the theoretical prediction in 2008 to the clean experimental demonstration of this phenomenon in archetypal ferroelectric oxides.
AIA Academy of Architecture for Health SAR Annual Conference will convene in August at the Georgia Tech Academy of Medicine. The theme this year is Building Trust Through Collaborative Project Delivery
The Ninth Annual Diversity Symposium features a variety of lectures, panels, and workshops that will explore the impact and implications of race and class on individual success and community engagement in higher education institutions.
The Healthy Places Research Group (HPRG), which meets monthly September – May, is a collaborative effort of individuals interested in exploring the relationship between health and the built environment.
The Georgia Tech community is invited to attend the building launch of the Living Building at Georgia Tech – a project that is expected to become one of the most environmentally advanced education and research buildings ever constructed in the Southeast.
Take advantage of this chance to meet with representatives from both local and national companies to discuss career opportunities specifically related to electrical engineering and computer engineering.
Dr. John D. Cressler unpacks the fascinating evolving dialogue between science and religion, exposing you to the marvels of modern science (cosmology, biology, quantum theory) and what those discoveries mean for religion and the future of humanity.
"Primary Stroke Prevention in Children with Sickle Cell Anemia Living in Africa: The False Choice between Patient Oriented Research and Humanitarian Service" - Michael DeBaun, Ph.D., M.P.H. - Vanderbilt University School of Medicine