San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Our Relationship with Technology is Evolving - -
See Where the Ideas Begin
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. More than 60 interactive projects will let you touch, control and imagine what technology will enable in the future.
Our relationship with personal technology and how we use it is evolving. Research through our interdisciplinary teams shows the opportunities that exist for technology to address long-standing societal challenges and how we can make new connections to advance our lives and those of others.
The GVU Center Research Showcase will offer:
- Hands-on and interactive demonstrations to experience technology in a wide variety of formats.
- Research from more than 30 labs with specialties that cover broad areas such as mobile and wearable technology, digital media, transportation, online communities, artificial intelligence, game development, graphics, user interfaces and much more.
- Networking with industry representatives and access to researchers and their latest work.
- A range of innovative ideas, interfaces and devices that can only be experienced here.
What will shape your technology experience in the future? Come find out October 26, 2-5 p.m., in the Technology Square Research Building on the Georgia Tech campus.
When & Where
GVU is an interdisciplinary research center that brings together people and expertise from all six Georgia Tech colleges in order to solve complex problems.
Our goal is to make the world a better place through fundamental and applied interdisciplinary computing research. We want to help people and communities to be connected to one another, to communicate, to learn, to heal, to be entertained, to create, to express their ideas and visions, and to be given the tools and opportunity to expand their potential and improve their lives.
We’ve created a unique environment where some of the most progressive work in academic research is being done. Our program has gained international prominence and has become a hot spot for faculty and students committed to developing people-focused, creative, socially relevant technologies.