Thank you for your interest in knowing about ORS. If you plan to apply for Fall 2022 and Spring 2023:
1. It is highly recommended that you attend an online information session on one of the following dates:
(a) 17th May 11AM EST
(b) 19th May 7PM EST
(c) 23rd May 11AM EST
(d) 25th May 7PM EST
Though we could not be together physically for the 2019-2020 ORS Banquet, our community was still able to come together for a virtual ceremony to honor the hard work and accomplishment of our ORS students this year. Congratulations to our winners! Click here to read more.
The 2019-2020 school year saw the conception of the First Annual ORS Chili & Dessert Cookoff! Teams were able to enter a chili or a dessert to be judged by other ORS students and PhD mentors in a fun afternoon social. We had a variety of types of chili that were entered, and desserts ranged from homemade cookies to cheesecake!
Congratulations to our winners!! They may proudly display their trophies in their labs for one year!
Best Chili Award: Hubert Elly, Anabel Li, William Shaffer, Shashwati Da Cunha, Dr. Minkyu Cho (Mentor) from the Semiconductor Research Lab
Best Dessert Award: Brennon Farmer, Tara Poteat, Dylan Nektalov, Rajan Vivek, and Shiyu Feng (PhD Mentor) from the Intelligent Vision and Automation Lab
Two ORS undergraduate researchers have won 1st and 3rd place student research presentation awards as part of the TECHCON 2019 conference held in Austin, TX. Daniel Yang won 1st place for presenting his research poster on Printable RF Circuits as part of the Tentzeris ORS group, led by PhD student Aline Eid. Jesse Jiang won 3rd place for presenting his research poster on 24 GHz RFID Tags as part of the Durgin ORS group, led by PhD student Mohammad Alhassoun. Ashton Hattori, an ORS undergraduate researcher from Prof. Gaylord’s group, was also asked to give an extended presentation of her poster on 3D microscopy.
Georgia Tech sent 7 undergraduates to present at the TECHCON 2019 conference held in Austin TX, which draws top researchers, scientists, and a large field of students from across the United States to present cutting-edge research in the field of semiconductor electronics. Georgia Tech students contributed 7 of the approximately 25 undergraduates from around the country in total.
ORS Scholars Nelson Rafael, Alex Fache, Nick Flint, and Taylor Johnson toured NEETRAC and the Plasma Dielectrics Lab with Director and NEETRAC Director and Management Board Chair Rick Hartlein, ECE Assistant Professor Dr. Lukas Graber, Ph.D. Mentor Tushar Damle, and former ORS Ph.D. Mentor and current NEETRAC Senior Engineer Yamille del Valle.