GVU Brown Bag Series - Spring 2017
Jan 12 - Chris Lane (3dMD)
Jan 19 - Krystina Madej (Georgia Tech, LMC)
Jan 26 - KM Venkat Narayan (Emory/GCDTR) and Mohammed K. Ali (Emory/CDC/GCDTR)
Feb 2 - Interactivity (hosted with MS-HCI)
Feb 9 - Rick Thomas (Georgia Tech, Psychology)
Feb 16 - Nithya Sambasivan (Google)
Feb 23 - Innovation Centers (via Keith McGreggor)
Mar 2 - Justin Shacklette and Jon Eisen (Activision)
Mar 9 - Eftychios Safaris (U of Wisc-Madison)
Mar 16 - Blair MacIntrye (with Gheric Speiginer)
Mar 30 - Jason Day
Apr 6 - Ed Cutrell (Microsoft)
Apr 13 - Christopher Le Dantec (Georgia Tech, Digital Media) FOLLOWED BY GVU Research Showcase from 2-5
Apr 20 - Ben Medler (ea.com)
GVU Center Brown Bag: The Role of mHealth Systems and Crowdsourcing in Chronic Care Management and Wellness
Centergy Building, 3rd Floor Hodges Rm (Suite 335), Atlanta, Ga • tsrb.gatech.edu/
In this talk we discuss alleviating negative impact of chronic care management.
This seminar will discuss how computing holds the promise of alleviating some of the negative impact of chronic care management by scaling human effort over time and space.
Institute for People and Technology, 75 5th Street NW Suite 600, Atlanta, GA 30308
The Thursday Think Tank is a weekly gathering of the IPaT community to brainstorm about research and stay informed about the work that everyone is doing.
GVU Center Brown Bag, Co-Sponsored with the Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain, present Ed Cutrell - "Explorations in the design and use of technology for underserved communities"
Technology Square Research Building, 1st Floor Ballroom, Atlanta, Ga • tsrb.gatech.edu/
This talk will illustrate context and motivations of people we work with.
In this talk I will describe three projects that illustrate the importance of understanding the broader context and motivations of the people we’re working with. What are their needs and how do we understand if our designs meet them?