This page lists resources relevant to prospective, new, and current robotics PhD students at Georgia Tech. RoboGrads is not responsible for the content of external websites. If you find a broken link or you think any of the following content is inaccurate or out-of-date, please email dekent [at] gatech [dot] edu.
RoboGrads Wiki - http://robograds.wikidot.com
Community-maintained resources for RoboGrads. Currently, this includes a lab listing that provides new and prospective students with information about the types of research going on in each lab, with a focus on robotics research. If you're currently working on robotics-related research, take a minute to make sure the information about your lab is up-to-date!
Home Department Differences - Google Doc
The Home Department Differences list pertains to students in Georgia Tech's Robotics PhD program. This list is a comprehensive guide to which departmental requirements do and don't need to be completed for Robotics Ph.D students in each of the five home departments. Information specifically pertaining to international students is also provided here.
IRIM Website (external link) - http://robotics.gatech.edu/
The official website for the Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines. This includes IRIM news, events, people, research, labs, etc.
Robotics Ph.D Program Official Website (external link) - http://phdrobotics.gatech.edu/
This is the official website of Georgia Tech's Robotics Ph.D program. Look here for Robotics Ph.D degree requirements, admission requirements, and general FAQ's about the program.
SMARTech (external link) - https://smartech.gatech.edu/handle/1853/36697
SMARTech contains a list of talks and publications, and includes a tag for IRIM. While the list is not comprehensive, it can be a good place to start looking for IRIM publications.
Robotics PhD Program Application Process(external link) - http://phdrobotics.gatech.edu/requirements
Interested in applying to the robotics PhD program at Georgia Tech? This is the place to start.