People and Technology

Remembering Howard A. Schmidt, 1949 - 2017

Cybersecurity Experts Discuss Pioneer's Impact at Georgia Tech and in Government

SCS Chair Agrees to Five-Year Extension

Professor Lance Fortnow Signs Agreement to Continue as School of Computer Science Chair.

Georgia Tech Duo Dedicated to Growing Computer Science Education

A Georgia Tech couple are dedicated to growing diversity in computer science education.

College of Computing Shares SCS's Imaginative Solutions in 2016 Annual Report

School of Computer Science’s 2016 Annual Report Celebrates Recent Achievements and Growth as Faculty Leads March into New Computing Frontiers.

120+ Young Women Participate in Black Girls Code Robot Expo

More than 120 young women recently participated in a Black Girls Code event at GT Computing.

Turing Award Winner to Discuss Mind-Based Computation at ARC-IISP Distinguished Lecture

1995 Turing Award Winner Manuel Blue will present his latest insight regarding mind-based computation during the 2016 ARC-IISP Distinguished Lecture

Minding Your Business: Cybersecurity in Georgia

A growing number of Georgia organizations are devoted to preventing cyberattacks, with Georgia Tech faculty, students and alumni driving this growth as threats increase.

Call for Fall 2016 ARC Fellowship Applications

Available to GT PhD students. Deadline: Monday morning, July 16, 2016.

College Appoints 4 New Endowed Chairs

The College of Computing announced that four new faculty have been appointed to endowed chairs, nearly doubling the number of such chairs across its faculty ranks.

Georgia Tech Discovers How Mobile Ads Leak Personal Data

School of Computer Science researchers find that personalized in-app ads can leak sensitive profile information between developers and ad networks.

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