Matt Baker is a Georgia Tech School of Mathematics professor and award-winning magician. This week, he’ll appear on the CW television series Penn & Teller: Fool Us, airing Friday, December 1 and streaming Saturday, December 2.
ATLANTA and BALTIMORE — Falcomm, the semiconductor company providing ultra-efficient power amplifiers to the wireless communications market, announced that it has raised $4 million in seed funding and hired two industry leaders to accelerate the development of its next-generation Dual-Drive PA and expand its network of hardware manufacturers.
A trio of School of Mathematics faculty have received top honors from the American Mathematical Society, with Professor Jennifer Hom taking home the 2024 Levi L. Conant Prize, and Professors Greg Blekherman and Thang Le selected as 2024 AMS Fellows.
Physics Professor Nepomuk Otte and students have developed the Trinity Demonstrator to search for sources of high-energy neutrinos that contain clues to the early universe.
School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences researchers find dangerous sulfates are formed, and their particles get bigger, within the plumes of pollution belching from coal-fired power plants.
The advent of whole genome sequencing technology has prompted an explosion in research into how genetics are associated with disease risk. But the vast majority of genetics research has been done on people of European ancestry, and genetics researchers have realized that in order to address health disparities, more needs to be done.
New Nature Astronomy research by Thom Orlando and Brant Jones shows electrons from Earth may contribute to the formation of water on the Moon’s surface. The work may impact our understanding of how water — a critical resource for life and sustained future human missions to the Moon — formed and continues to evolve on the lunar surface.
Rachel Moore is an expert at collecting data in difficult research environments, traveling to some of the most extreme places on Earth to research microbes and better understand astrobiology. This summer, she traveled to Greenland to collect ice cores, spending nearly 50 days on top of the Greenland Ice Sheet. The research could improve climate change predictions, while also helping astrobiologists better search for signs of life on icy worlds.
On Friday, Nov. 3, postdoctoral fellows participated in the Fall 2023 Georgia Tech Postdoctoral Research Symposium, hosted by the Office of Postdoctoral Services.
Alumni will lend their expertise to Dean Susan Lozier and College administrators regarding priorities and direction for sciences education and research.
Physicists from Georgia Tech and around the country shared their AI and ML research successes, and heard presentations from NSF and NASA officials on the funding landscape for proposals that include the technologies.
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