Open Research Positions & Who Works For Whom?
Looking for a research or teaching assistantship with a professor? Want to know if the person you want to work for is actively looking for a graduate student? Here is a document where faculty advisors have indicated whether or not they have the space to take new students. We email them and ask for their information, so it’s possible some professors simply haven’t emailed us back. You can always send them an email or knock on their office door to double check, if you really want to work with them! Check out the list here*: Research positions The current grad students who work for each professor are also listed in the below document, as well as email addresses to get in touch with them. We highly recommend that you to talk to the grad students in a research group before deciding to join! If someone you wish to talk to doesn’t have their email listed in the spreadsheet, you can look them up in the Georgia Tech Directory. Check it out here*: Who works for whom The reliability of this information may change as the semester goes on, but use it as a starting point when looking for an advisor. Even if the professor is listed as not looking for students, we highly encourage every student looking for an advisor to speak individually with each of the professors they may be interested in. Use that conversation as an opportunity to learn more about how their group works, the advising style of the professor, and whether or not the professor has or will have funding for you in the future. *if you have any updates for this document, let us know via email or slack! Last updated: 10/03/2023