The Way We Work
Organizational psychologist and Georgia State associate professor Songqi Liu discusses how workers and organizations can adapt to the “new normal.”
The Center for Advanced Brain Imaging (CABI) opened in 2009 as a joint venture between Georgia State University and the Georgia Institute of Technology.
An international team of experts, including researchers from Georgia State, have revealed that groups of stars can tear apart their planet-forming disk, leaving it warped and with tilted rings.
The CHARA Array, the largest optical interferometer in the world, provides a detailed, high-resolution view of the stars.
The team is working to harness deep learning and artificial intelligence to learn more about how mental illness and other disorders affect the brain.
A Georgia State University researcher is documenting the experiences of long-haulers, people who remain sick long after being diagnosed with COVID-19.
Evan Malbrough, a spring 2020 graduate of Georgia State University’s Honors College, has received national recognition for his volunteer work in youth voter registration and engagement.
The team will develop an open-source deep learning framework to integrate machine learning into neuroimaging research and clinical applications.
University faculty set an institutional record, earning $150.2 million in research funding in fiscal year 2020.