Fascinated by the fast pace of the startup culture? You’ve come to the right place.
With two of three schools and several research units located in Atlanta’s Tech Square, the College of Computing sits in the heart of the city’s booming startup community. In fact, scores of companies have been founded by Georgia Tech and GT Computing students and alumni.
To highlight these entrepreneurs and inspire those that follow, the College has established the John P. Imlay Jr. Series on Entrepreneurship, which profiles those helping to shape the College’s entrepreneurial culture.
A wealth of additional campus resources–faculty mentors, seed funding, peer networks, technical, business, and commercialization guidance, and more–are available to student and alumni entrepreneurs, regardless of experience level.
Learn what it takes to run a successful venture through groups and initiatives like:
- Startup House
- Venture Lab
- Invention Studio
- Capstone Design
- Startup Exchange
- Vertically Integrated Projects
- ATDC: Advanced Technology Development Center