Information about the 2022 CRIDC competitions will be available in January 2022. See the information below for the 2021 competition descriptions.
Poster competitions give online and on-campus graduate students an opportunity to practice and improve their communication skills. Participants in the competitions will present their research posters to a nontechnical audience. Winners will receive travel grants, ranging in value from $1,000-$2,000, that can be used to cover expenses related to research trips or travel to other conferences (domestic or international).
If you think your research could be used in a product or service that solves real-world problems, we want to hear from you! The CRIDC 2021 Innovation Competition, sponsored by Georgia Tech's VentureLab, offers cash prizes to Georgia Tech graduate students who make the best case for how their work might get to market and meet customer needs.