Nano@Tech Virtual:DNA Mechanotechnology: Repurposing Nucleic Acids as Force Sensors, Actuators, and Motors
In this talk, I will describe the development of DNA mechanotechnology - nucleic acid nanostructures that can sense, generate and transmit piconewton forces.
Nano@Tech Virtual: Nitric Oxide Releasing Materials for Prevention of Thrombosis and Infection of Medical Devices
Despite a thorough understanding of the mechanisms of blood–surface interactions, and decades of bioengineering research effort, the ideal non-thrombogenic prosthetic surface remains an unsolved problem.
ECE's Yuchen Liu and Doug Blough won the Best Paper Award at the 45th Annual IEEE Conference on Local Computer Networks.
Raghupathy “Siva” Sivakumar, a professor and entrepreneur who helped found three technology companies and launched a popular student entrepreneurship program, has been named Georgia Tech’s inaugural Interim Chief Commercialization Officer.
ECE Ph.D. student Milad Frounchi has received the 2020 MTT-Sat Challenge Award.
The performance of flexible large-area organic photodiodes has advanced to the point that they can now offer advantages over conventional silicon photodiode technology, particularly for applications such as biomedical imaging and biometric monitoring that require detecting low levels of light across large areas.
ECE Ph.D. students Brian Crafton, Samuel Spetalnick, and Gauthaman Murali and their faculty advisors won the Best Paper Award at this year's IFIP/IEEE International Conference on Very Large Scale Integration (VLSI SoC 2020).