"My work at Georgia Tech OIT initially was exhaustive and time- consuming, due to the mechanisms in place. With improvements and technology as middlemen to handle redundant tasks, our work was done far more efficiently."
"I've worked as a Graduate Research Assistant and it was a great experience."
"I began my study as a Ph.D. student at the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2016. During the recent 5 years. I always feel lucky being here for all the fantastic people I have met, and for all the skills I have learned. I am honored by a Georgia Tech student!"
"Georgia Tech is a great place to receive a PhD. The infrastructure, expertise, and funding are nearly unparalleled."
"I've worked for Georgia Tech as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for 1 full semester and currently working for another semester. The work is great when it comes to helping students and designing homework problems if the professor allows it, but the student faculty ratio where each TA is sometimes responsible for over 40 students can sometimes be a challenge. Nevertheless, it's a good experience and you gain experience with guiding others."
"GTRI is such a vast institution that no two people have the same experience. They break up their organization by labs, branches, and divisions, so there is so much spread that you often do not know what your neighbor is working on. In my experience, the on-boarding and HR process is full of "gotchas" when it comes to setting up your work environment/office, PTO, parking, and etc. Communication lacks and people make rash decisions on the daily. For me, that caused me to stress out, because there were many instances of me making a change, then the next day I learned the change was not urgent at all and needs to removed/changed in some way. They describe the experience as "dynamic" and want people that can fit into that model. The last thing I will mention is that everybody is highly intelligent, which is awesome, but does lead to pride and ego issues when you try to steer their thoughts into a different direction."
"I really enjoyed being a graduate research assistant during my master's program at Georgia Tech. I learned a lot about autonomous vehicle technologies and was able to create my own image recognition and prediction system."
"I have worked for Georgia Tech. I liked the strong work ethic values. People care for each other in help and support."
"flexible lifestyle in academia and a lot of passionate people to work with."
"Working for the language department at Georgia Tech was fun and the faculty are easy to work with. My supervisor was very easy to get along with and the direction of my work developed nicely under his guidance."
"I have worked for GT since 2015. This is one of strongest universities in USA. GT policy allows to choose the area of research and be responsible for results. Lot of sheared facilities help a lot."
"Good company to work for."
"A good place to work for graduate students."
"I have worked at Georgia Tech as a Research Engineer for five years. This university provides an excellent environment and resources for the students and the engineers."
"Great school for electrical engineers and computer scientists."
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