This summer, STEM@GTRI – the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) educational outreach program designed to inspire, engage, and impact educators and students in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) – embarked on their first virtual High School Internship Program, working with 26 GTRI professionals across seven of the eight GTRI labs.
Have you ever wondered what it is like to work at GTRI as a student? Our students are high-achieving and are receiving hands-on experience in the fields of research, ranging from machine learning to areospace and unmanned vehicles. Here are some of their stories.
Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) researched created COVID Central, a web app to help students, faculty, and staff check for symptoms of Covid-19, access links to important campus coronavirus resources, and track infection reports in the campus community.
The smartphones in everyone’s purse or pocket could soon become powerful tools in the effort to control coronavirus across Georgie Tech's campus. Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) researchers evaluated NOVID, an exposure notification app, for privacy protections to make sure it doesn’t record personal information that could identify users – and for cybersecurity issues to make sure it protects the device.
Researchers at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) have built two prototype chambers to evaluate PPE disinfection using different sources of ultraviolet (UV) light.
Researchers from the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) partnered with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to create new dashboards which increase the productivity of sorting public health data, specifically related to COVID-19.
As a program deeply rooted in partnerships and in-person collaborations, STEM@GTRI — the K-12 educational project of the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) — suddenly found itself needing to pivot plans in the era of social distancing.
The Georgia Institute of Technology and Georgia Tech Research Institute supports U.S. active duty, guard, or reserve military officers by awarding Military Graduate Research Program Fellowships.
Military members are constantly training, but their window for physical improvement is narrow. GTRI is analyzing data to create a “virtual coach” to help people in top tiers of fitness improve. The new project aims to advance the art of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in human performance and adaptation.
While taking precautions to safeguard those involved in our work during the COVID-19 pandemic, Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) continues to perform sponsored research under our continuity of operations plan.