Announcements and Program Updates
In 2020, the James G. and Dee H. Pope Faculty Fellows Endowment Fund was established to provide for five Jim Pope Fellows per year to serve as instructors, mentors, and advisors to students participating in CREATE-X.
Mary Albertson has stepped into the director role for the Office of Technology Licensing at Georgia Tech, managing all inventions, patents, and licensing.
Emory University and Georgia Tech have announced the inaugural recipients of $100,000 in seed funding from their collaborative AI.Humanity program.
Georgia Tech Presents Latest in Machine Learning Research at Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference June 19-24
Georgia Institute of Technology researchers will present new technical findings in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and computer vision research and applications at the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR) conference June 19-24.
The Female Founders Speaker Series features conversations with successful women entrepreneurs.
To create a stronger business and service model to support initiatives, investigators, and continued growth, the Institute is undertaking steps to structure and scale its research support functions.
John Gattuso, co-founder of FIXD Automotive, and Kolby Hanley, founder of UltraView Archery, were recently recognized for giving back to CREATE-X through the Georgia Tech Founder’s Pledge.
India Hayes is Co-Founder and CEO of Mini City.
Yash Singhal, founder of CaseDocker, took home first place at CREATE-X’s spring 2022 Idea to Prototype (I2P) Showcase, held April 25 in the Marcus Nanotechnology Building atrium.
Congratulations to the four graduate students who brought home prizes in the final round of this year's Three Minute Thesis Competition on April 8.
The Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics & Computing (CEISMC) hosted approximately 150 elementary, middle, and high school students, parents, and teachers on campus on March 16 in a day-long celebration of science and invention.
Female Founders is open to startup teams that are founded or co-founded by women, with 25 chosen for each cohort. The program is open to all Georgia Tech students, community teams, and researchers from other institutions in the U.S. Apply by April 7.
Faculty, Ph.D. students, postdocs, and staff research engineers encouraged to apply for 10-week summer program
Students, faculty, and staff share work that brings together art, learning and research.
Students aim to provide financial assistance to homeowners more quickly after tornadoes
The NSF-funded workshop series runs over four weeks during which are 3 workshops along with 20 customer interviews.
The Female Founders Startup Bootcamp is a 5-week, virtual program open to all women and those identifying as female who are considering a startup.
Georgia Tech students and alumni can apply on the CREATE-X website through Monday, April 11.
On April 2, 2022, Team carSEAL will represent Georgia Tech in the 6th annual ACC InVenture Prize Competition hosted this year by Florida State University.
After almost a year of preparation, practice, and refinement, Georgia Tech’s annual InVenture Prize is down to six finalists competing in the final round on March 16th.
Though the possibilities are endless, the studio recently received a big upgrade. At the beginning of this year, a welding station was added to the makerspace.
New VP will bring together commercialization and tech transfer efforts across campus, expanding Georgia Tech's global impact
A search committee has been convened to select Tech's new vice president for Commercialization.
Entrepreneur and Professor Raghupathy “Siva” Sivakumar has been named Georgia Tech’s inaugural Interim Chief Commercialization Officer.
Georgia Tech researchers participate in entrepreneurial training to commercialize promising technology
Georgia Tech has released the draft of its strategic plan document for community feedback and is accepting applications for working groups.