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Koby Hayashi Presents at HiPC

Koby Hayashi Aims to Emphasize Interpretability with HPC-focused Fellowship

CSE Ph.D. student Koby Hayashi wins the prestigious DOE CSG Fellowship focused on HPC.

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2019 College of Computing Fellowships

Six Members of GT Computing Awarded Prestigious Fellowships

J.P. Morgan, IBM, Snap, and Facebook awarded six College of Computing faculty and students.

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Eight faculty members affiliated with the Machine Learning Center at Georgia Tech have received tenure or a promotion that will begin for the 2019-2020 academic year.

College of Computing Faculty Members Receive Tenure and Promotion

Eight faculty members associated with the Machine Learning Center at Georgia Tech have received promotions or tenure.

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Try your Hand at Art and Computing this Weekend with Georgia Tech’s Horizon Make-a-thon

HackGT is hosting Horizons, a make-a-thon that integrates art with computing, this weekend at Georgia Tech.

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Eight faculty members affiliated with the Machine Learning Center at Georgia Tech have received tenure or a promotion that will begin for the 2019-2020 academic year.

ML@GT Faculty Members Receive Tenure and Promotion

Eight faculty members associated with the Machine Learning Center at Georgia Tech have received promotions or tenure.

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Charles Isbell

Charles Isbell Named Dean of College of Computing

Charles Isbell, professor and executive associate dean of the College of Computing, has been named the next dean and John P. Imlay Jr. Chair in the College of Computing at Georgia Tech, effective July 1.

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College’s Three Schools Represented in Research Funding Awards

Four GT Computing faculty members are receiving financial support from Google.

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CSE Chair David Bader Recognized as Author of Top Influential Paper

David Bader was recognized as the author of a most impactful paper in the HiPC conference history.

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Early Coda Concept in Augmented Reality

Coda, Georgia Tech’s newest and largest home in Tech Square, was envisioned in a digital world years before it became a part of Midtown’s skyline

In 2015, the IMAGINE Lab, part of the Center for Spatial Planning Analytics and Visualization at Georgia Tech, was tasked by stakeholders at the institute to create a pilot project for a quick visual tool for planning the future Coda building.

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