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  • PhD Defense: Ekaterina SHIPILOVA

    Separations of signals originating from simultaneous seismic sources by greedy signal decomposition methods

    Ekaterina will be defending her PhD thesis. She was coadvised by UMI researchers Prof. Michel Barret and Prof. Matthieu Bloch

  • Boron Nitride Separation Process Could Facilitate Higher Efficiency Solar Cells

    A boron nitride separation layer is the basis for a new technique for producing photovoltaic cells.

    A team of semiconductor researchers based in France has used a boron nitride separation layer to grow indium gallium nitride (InGaN) solar cells that were then lifted off their original sapphire substrate and placed onto a glass substrate. 

  • Ayari Chosen for European MRS Young Scientist Award

    ECE Ph.D. student Taha Ayari won the Young Scientist Award at the 2018 European Materials Research Society Meeting, held June 18-22 in Strasbourg, France.

    ECE Ph.D. student Taha Ayari won the Young Scientist Award at the 2018 European Materials Research Society Meeting, held June 18-22 in Strasbourg, France.

  • The "Photonics and Terahertz Group" at Georgia Tech-Lorraine and GT-CNRS UMI 2958 has one of the "Top 100" Read Physics Papers in Scientific Reports

    The paper, "Global mapping of stratigraphy of an old-master painting using sparsity-based terahertz reflectometry," is the 6th most read paper in Scientific Reports.

    The paper, "Global mapping of stratigraphy of an old-master painting using sparsity-based terahertz reflectometry," is the 6th most read paper in Scientific Reports for 2017.

  • Georgia Tech Researchers Recognized for Having One of the “Top 100 Read Articles in Physics Papers for Scientific Reports in 2017.”

    Georgia Tech-Lorraine makes Scientific Reports "Top 100 in Physics" list for article, ‘Gas sensors boosted by two-dimensional h-BN enabled transfer on thin substrate foils: towards wearable and portable applications.’

    The paper presents a new approach for GaN-based sensor design that opens new avenues for sensor improvement via transfer to more suitable substrates, and is promising for next-generation wearable and portable opto-electronic devices in many different fields, such as energy, medicine, and transportation.

  • Research Goes Global

    Georgia Tech's research roots extend worldwide, creating international business connections and giving students unique research, education, and work opportunities.

    The latest issue of Georgia Tech Research Horizons magazine features an article entitled “Research Goes Global: Georgia Tech’s research roots extend worldwide, creating international business connections and giving students unique research, education, and work opportunities.” – From Georgia Tech-Lorraine to GT-Shenzhen, click on the link to learn more about Georgia Tech programs and research around the world.