Electronics and Nanotechnology

The Future of Programming Education May Lie in Augmented Reality

Georgia Tech researchers from the College of Computing received best paper award for augmented reality research in education at Chinese CHI Conference.

The Renaissance man: Chad Ramey takes hands-on approach to another level

Computer science major Chad Ramey has built a functional fusion reactor, contributed to a Mars rover, and cooked steak in a dishwasher.

Georgia Tech Community and Alumni Set to Slay Dragon Con 2016

Cybersecurity, robotics, wearable computers, virtual reality and space travel are among the topics faculty, students, and alumni will address during the convention, which is expected to draw more than 70,000 attendees over the Labor Day weekend.
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