Students from any major are invited to join Engineers Without Borders at Georgia Tech, a local chapter of an international organization that empowers communities through engineering projects.
The competition is open to any doctoral student currently involved in dissertation research, as well as master’s students currently engaged in thesis research. Top presenters will receive research travel grants.
Whether enrolled in a cybersecurity degree program or not, Georgia Tech students can tap into this in-demand, rapidly changing discipline through a variety of campus activities, many of which are open to all majors.
7 – 10 p.m.
(back corner of Ferst
Center for the Arts)
Wednesday, Aug. 30
5 – 8 p.m.
Manufacturing Research Center Auditorium