Spotlight on Alumni – Jason Ardell and Tim Dorr
Jason Ardell and Tim Dorr Develop Tool to Filter RSS FeedsWhen Jason Ardell returned home from a ski trip last winter, he was hit by an avalanche. Not an avalanche of snow, which he had left safely behind him on the Alpine slopes of Austria, but an...  Read more
Spotlight on Alumni
For more than 40 years, Georgia Tech has produced computing graduates who went on to define the new face of the field. Since 1990, these graduates have been called proud alumni of the College of Computing. In this section we share with you the...  Read more
Your Next Career Move – MS Information Security Degree via Distance Learning
Learn more about the Master of Science in Information Security degree via distance learning.We are offering a special Fall 2010 application extension until June 15th to SC Magazine readers.  Read more
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Women in Computing
The College of Computing at Georgia Tech is defining the new face of computing, which  literally means "a new face." The computing discipline cannot be fully successful without more women. Diversity of thought is integral to the field of...  Read more
Avatars With Swagger
One day, the avatars now inhabiting the virtual worlds of interactive computer games will look as old-fashioned as the herky-jerky rhythm of a Charlie Chaplin film. In fact, that day is fast approaching—thanks to research under way in Karen Liu's...  Read more
Go Go Social Robot
The possibilities for social robots -- defined as robots that interact with people -- are enormous. They could serve as helpmates and companions for elderly or disabled people, or work behind store counters."[These are] environments that people are...  Read more
Bringing Society to Cyberspace
Amy Bruckman is an associate professor in the School of Interactive Computing. Which makes perfect sense since she was admitted to graduate school in art history. Which also made sense since she majored in physics as an undergrad. All of which, of...  Read more
Like Reality But Better
With its scattering of high-end digital video equipment and sophisticated microprocessors, Blair MacIntyre's lab looks like many other university research workspaces around the world.Except for the zombies.MacIntyre conducts pioneering research in...  Read more
An Internet for Everyone
Helping kids get the most out of the Internet, particularly while researching for school assignments, is one goal of a project conducted by the College of Computing's Guy Lebanon.An assistant professor in the College's Computational Science and...  Read more