Georgia Electronic Design Center (GEDC) is a cross-disciplinary electronics and photonics research center focused on the synergistic development of high-speed electronic components and signal processing to achieve breakthrough system performance. With more than 15 active faculty and over 100 graduate and undergraduate students, the Georgia Electronic Design Center is one of the world’s largest university-based semiconductor research centers.

The mission of the GEDC is to enable our industry partners to be technology leaders and to quickly transfer the innovations of our faculty and students to industry for commercialization. GEDC research focuses on several cross-linked areas.

  • Optical Networks
  • Wireless Communication
  • Radar & Sensor Systems
  • Cognitive/Software Defined Radio
  • Wide-Bandgap GaN Technologies
  • Biomedical Systems

Center Contact

GEDC Center Director: Stephen E. Ralph
Professor; Director, Georgia Electronic Design Center
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering | 404.894.5269

For More Information, Visit the GEDC Website at this Link.