2017 IPaT Industry Innovation DayDigital transformation is the profound and accelerating transformation of business activities, processes, and competencies to fully leverage the changes and opportunities of digital technologies and their impact across society in a strategic and prioritized way, with present and future shifts in mind.
The Institute for People and Technology (IPaT) will host its annual Industry Innovation Day on Thursday, April 13th in Tech Square. The event serves to showcase research at IPaT and Georgia Tech as well as highlight the many avenues of collaboration. Industry Innovation Day builds on the success of the previous IPaT industry-oriented event, which we hosted for five years, the People and Technology Forum.
After breakfast, Industry Innovation Day will begin with thought-provoking keynotes and panel discussions on this year’s theme of Digital Transformation. Business leaders, researchers, city officials, entrepreneurs and government and non-profit leaders will examine the transformative impact and value of emerging tools, platforms and technologies, especially in the fields of healthcare and smart & connected communities.
Visit the Georgia Tech campus on April 11th and 13th for these additional events:
Institute for People and Technology, Tuesday, April 11th, 6-7pm
Industry Innovation Day attendees are also invited to our Convergence Innovation Competition to see research demonstrations from Georgia Tech students in the categories of Lifelong Health and Well-Being, Smart Cities and Healthy Communities, Socio-Technical Systems and Human-Technology Frontier Innovation.
Technology Square Research Building, Thursday, April 13th, 2-5pm
The GVU Center invites you to experience Georgia Tech research in people-centered technology that enhances our communities and impacts how we live day-to-day at the GVU Center and Digital Media Research Showcase. More than 60 interactive projects will let you touch, control and imagine what technology will enable in the future.
Klaus Advanced Computing Building, KACB #1116 E-W, Thursday, April 13th, 4-6pm
Each year, students are invited to compete before venture capitalists and industry leaders at the Institute for Information Security & Privacy's "Demo Day." Students bring initial research ideas to the fall Georgia Tech Cyber Security Summit, where public vote determines which projects are invited back in the Spring. Students return six months later at the Demo Day Finale for a TED-style talk about their developing project.