Georgia Tech Joins Global Industrial Technology Cooperation Center to Advance Semiconductor Electronics Research

May 29, 2024
By Amelia Neumeister 

Georgia Tech has been selected as one of six universities globally to receive funding for the newly established Global Industrial Technology Cooperation Center. The KIAT-Georgia Tech Semiconductor Electronics Center, led by Associate professor and Woodruff Faculty Fellow W. Hong Yeo, will receive $1.8 million to establish a sustainable semiconductor electronics research partnership between Korean companies, researchers, and Georgia Tech. 

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