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Welcome to GCATT

GCATT is an initiative for creating real and virtual clusters of excellence in advanced telecommunications - the latest technologies and applications in networking, content processing, and system solutions. Formed in 1991, the GCATT partnership of industry, government and research universities works together in a three-pronged strategy for high-tech economic development in Georgia:

 

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  • GCATT now offers event co-sponsorship opportunities that include a discount on room rates in our event facilities. GCATT Presents is a monthly program in partnership with advanced communications related companies, associations, and organizations where industry representatives, academicians, and government entities can network, learn, and collaborate. LEARN MORE
  • Executive Director Nikil Jayant represented GCATT and Georgia Tech at the 2004 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP 2004) in Montreal, Quebec May 17-24. ICASSP is the world's largest and most comprehensive technical conference focused on signal processing and its applications. LEARN MORE
  • The research group headed by Dr. C. S. Thachenkary of the Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University is conducting a survey of current and potential users of residential broadband access technologies. The objective of this research is to help identify the major factors driving broadband demand and adoption. Please take a moment to fill out the survey online.

 

 

 
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June 2 , 2004 MIT Forum: “Venture Capital – Placing Your Bets” $20 members/$30 non-members/$35 at door >>>

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The GCATT partnership of industry, government and universities works together in a three-pronged strategy of Technology, Policy and Commercialization for high-tech economic development in Georgia

The Georgia Research Alliance six research universities include Georgia Tech, The University of Georgia, Georgia State University, The Medical College of Georgia, Clark Atlanta University, and Emory University.
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