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Leading the Future of Data Transfer
High in the mountains of Chile, construction has begun on a telescope that can map the entire visible sky in just a few nights. Each panoramic snapshot of the The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope’s (LSST) 3200-megapixel camera will cover an area 40 times the size of the full moon. All of that power comes with a lot of data to be transferred to scientists in the United States at a mind-boggling rate of 100 gigabits per second. That’s where Georgia Tech comes in.  Read More
Mynatt and Clark Invited to White House Conference on Science and Technology
On October 13th, President Obama hosted a day-long conference that brought together researchers, business leaders, technologists, philanthropists, local innovators, and students to discuss building U.S. capacity in science and technology. Also in attendance at the invitation-only White House Frontiers Conference in Pittsburgh were IPaT Executive Director Beth Mynatt and Georgia Tech Center for Urban Innovation Director Jennifer Clark.  Read More
Mynatt, Farrugia Recognized for Leadership Excellence
On September 15, Georgia Tech recognized IPaT’s Beth Mynatt and Sherry Farrugia as recipients of the 2016 Leadership Excellence Award.  Read More
New Research Priorities Announced at IPaT Town Hall
IPaT held its yearly Fall Town Hall on September 1st, where IPaT Executive Director Beth Mynatt announced four new research priorities for the next five years.  Read More

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