School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Ph.D. Proposal/Thesis Templates and Guidelines
GT-ECE Proposal/Thesis LaTeX Template
Instructions for using the GT-ECE Proposal/Thesis LaTeX Template
GT Proposal/Thesis LaTeX and Word Templates
Frequent Mistakes Found in Ph.D. Proposals
Proofreading Your Proposal
ECE Ph.D. Dissertation Proposal Review Form

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Pronunciation Guidelines

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Graduate Professional Communications Program

The Graduate Professional Communications Program (GPCP) under the direction of Gail Palmer has established a cohesive program to improve the communication skills of graduate students in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). The GPCP is implementing emerging technology to provide students with multimedia communication material to enhance their technical skills. The newly expanded GPCP consists of three components: courses, coaching, and on-line material. Faculty support for the entire GPCP makes its integration into the technical discipline of electrical and computer engineering a reality. For additional information concerning the GPCP, please contact Gail Palmer at




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