Join our growing Innovation Network for:
- Access to groundbreaking research, testing and development in real-time, living laboratories.
- Collaboration with brilliant minds dedicated to finding solutions to today’s complex, societal challenges.
- Exposure to the latest ideas and trends for media, health, education and humanitarian systems.
The Georgia Tech/IEEE-USA Industry Roundtable Series is an annual, invitation-only event that brings together leading business, academic and entrepreneurial leaders to discuss societal challenges and opportunities.
The 2012 topics included Changing Media Modalities, Power of the Crowd, Living Data, Personalization, Ed Tech, Mixed Reality and The Internet of Things.
The Convergence Innovation Competition is a campus-wide student competition that joins industry partners with interdisciplinary teams of Georgia Tech students to develop innovative and commercially viable applications and services.
Georgia Tech’s HomeLab helps companies evaluate baby boomers’ perceptions, use and acceptance of home health and wellness technologies. This lab consists of a statewide network of adults, 50 years of age and older, recruited to evaluate the in-home usability and effectiveness of consumer products designed for the aging adult population.
Interoperability and Integration Innovation Lab
Georgia Tech’s Interoperability & Integration Innovation Lab helps stimulate new ideas in health information technology by creating a standards-based environment in which to share resources and reduce barriers to develop and introduce new products more rapidly. The lab also helps academic and nonprofit organizations and providers of commercial and open source products to anticipate what will drive health IT in the future.
How Can IPaT Work with You?
Contact Ed Price, Director, Research Partnerships and Development at firstname.lastname@example.org