Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering; Program Director, Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) Program, Georgia Institute of Technology
Edward J. Coyle is the John B. Peatman Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech and is the founder of the Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) Program. He is a Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar and was a co-recipient of the National Academy of Engineering’s 2005 Bernard M. Gordon Award for Innovation in Engineering and Technology Education and ASEE’s Chester F. Carlson Award. Coyle is a Fellow of the IEEE and his research interests include engineering education, wireless networks and signal processing.
The Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) Program unites undergraduate education and faculty research in a team-based context and has been established at 31 institutions in the US and abroad. While historically underserved minority students participate in undergraduate research at lower rates than other students, the Georgia Tech VIP program attracts and retains representative proportions of African […]