The Georgia Institute of Technology is hosting an inaugural Smart Cities Speaker Series at Atlanta City Hall. Each month, researchers from the Georgia Tech Institute for People and Technology’s Smart & Connected Communities Data Pilot Grants Program will present their interdisciplinary research to the City of Atlanta to gain valuable feedback on their work.
In 2017, IPaT awarded the first Smart & Connected Communities Data Pilot Grants to provide funding to further interdisciplinary research within the area of Smart & Connected Communities. The result of the program will be new collections of smart city data that can be made available to the Georgia Tech research community and new prototypes for working with data.
Friday, September 29th - 12pm - 1pm
Developing a Robust Archive of Environmental Data to Support Smart Cities Initiatives
Amanda Meng, College of Computing
Ellen Zegura, College of Computing
Carl DiSalvo, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts
Toward Reality-Virtuality Integrated Smart Cities: Understanding Urban Scale Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Human Interactions through a Reality Data-Rich Virtual Atlanta
John E. Taylor, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Neda Mohammadi, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
The Speaker Series is FREE and lunch will be provided. RSVP to Kristi Kirkland
Sponsored by the City of Atlanta and the Institute for People and Technology at Georgia Tech