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IPaT New Year 2014 Townhall. Executive Director, Elizabeth Mynatt. IPaT Mission and Structure 2013 Highlights Upcoming opportunities, seed grants and more… Overview of breakout groups. Welcome and Agenda. Stakeholder Strategy. Society

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ipat new year 2014 townhall

IPaT New Year 2014Townhall

Executive Director, Elizabeth Mynatt

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IPaT Mission and Structure

2013 Highlights

Upcoming opportunities, seed grants and more…

Overview of breakout groups

Welcome and Agenda

stakeholder strategy

Stakeholder Strategy

Society

Address complex societal challenges in healthcare, education, media and humanitarian systems that require multi-disciplinary collaboration, transformative innovation and focused leadership.

Industry Partners

Align and manage joint industry and Georgia Tech strategic interests including thought leadership, research, recruiting, networking, and product development.

GT Faculty and Academic Partners

Attract and manage resources that accelerate and amplify transformative and translational research.

interdisciplinary research institutes
Interdisciplinary Research Institutes

Support & connect

faculty and students doing basic and applied research across

the entire Georgia Tech campus

Blur the lines between academic disciplines through

collaboration and interdisciplinary teaming

Make it easier to

move research results into real-world use

GT Colleges and Schools

Government or Industry Need

Interdisciplinary Research Institutes / GT Faculty

The Right Interdisciplinary Team to Address the Need

Partnering Organizations

300+ GT Research Centers

interdisciplinary research institutes1
Interdisciplinary Research Institutes

BIOENGINEERING AND BIOSCIENCE

ELECTRONICS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY

MATERIALS

ENERGY AND SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE

ROBOTICS

NATIONAL SECURITY

PAPER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

PEOPLE AND TECHNOLOGY

MANUFACTURING, TRADE, & LOGISTICS

Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering & Bioscience

Brook Byers Institute for Sustainable Systems

Institute for Materials

Robotics and Intelligent Machines

Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute

Georgia Tech Research Institute

Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology

Institute for Paper Science and Technology

Institute for People and Technology

Strategic Energy Institute

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TransdisciplinaryResearch

Build a network of researchers

Stimulate multi-disciplinary conversations

Seed innovative research

Use a systems approach to maximize opportunities for leadership and societal impact

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IPaT Campus Advisory Board

Associate Deans of Research

Ron Arkin, CoC

Stephen DeWeerth, CoE

Evans Harrell, CoS

Nancey Green Leigh, CoA

Janet Murray, IAC

Sridhar Narasimhan, CoB

Campus Research

JildaGarton, GTRC

Ron Hutchins, CTO

Caroline Wood, Corporate Relations

School Chairs

Jane Ammons, ISyE

Annie Anton, IC

Howard Weiss, Psychology

Center Directors

Keith Edwards, GVU

Jeff Evans, ICL / GTRI

Dennis Folds, GTRI

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Disruptive role of technology paired with human-centered innovation.

Wearable Computing

Internet of Things

Software Defined Networking

Research demos, plenary talks, partner meetings, workshops and more……

People & Technology Forum

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TransdisciplinaryResearch

Build a network of researchers

Stimulate multi-disciplinary conversations

Seed innovative research

Use a systems approach to maximize opportunities for leadership and societal impact

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Seed Grants

Implementation and Assessment of One-Bus Away Atlanta
Kari Watkins (School of Civil Engineering)

Russ Clark (School of Computer Science)

Launch Support for the Game Studio at Georgia Tech
Ian Bogost (School of Literature, Media & Communication)

Blair MacIntyre (School of Interactive Computing)

Computational Social Science Workshop and Hackathon with Emory
Jacob Eisenstein (School Interactive Computing)

Eric Gilbert (School of Interactive Computing)

FIDO -- Facilitating Interactions for Dogs with Occupations
Melody Moore Jackson (School Interactive Computing)

Thad Starner (School of Interactive Computing)

Clint Zeagler (School of Industrial Design)

Games@Georgia Tech
Celia Pearce (School of Literature, Media & Communication)

Mark Riedl (School of Interactive Computing)

Sonic Generator and the National Orchestra of Lorraine
Jason Freeman (School of Music)

Simulating Activities of Daily Living: Dressing Clothes
Karen Liu (School of Interactive Computing)

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Seed Grants

Mobile Health (mHealth) Tools to Improve Patient Engagement, Research and Disease Management of Children with Rheumatological Disease

JitenChhabra, IMTC

Prabhu RV Shankar, CHOA

Novel breath sampling device for condensate and analysis of volatile organic compounds 
Peter Hesketh, School of Mechanical Engineering
Lou Ann Brown, CHOA

An Ecosystem for Objectively Monitoring and Improving Medication Adherence in Adolescent Transplant Recipients

MaysamGhovanloo, School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Christinia Choi, School of Industrial Design
ShriDeshpande, CHOA

Improving the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Soundscape

Erica Ryherd, School of Mechanical EngineeringJulie Swann, School of Industrial Systems Engineering

Ira Adams-Chapman, CHOA and Emory University

Dealing with the Side-effects of Automation: Threats to Workflow and Safety Introduced by Health Information Technology? 
Marla Daves, MSHI, Emory University
Frank Durso, School of Psychology

Approaches for Estimating Small-Area Prevalence of Pediatric Obesity for Improved Interventions
Carlo Davila Payan, NicoletaSerban, Julie Swann, School of Industrial Systems Engineering, Stephen Onufrak, XingyouXhang, CDC

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Seed Grants

April deadline

May deadline

Summer deadline

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Translational Impacts

Bring stakeholders together (research, industry, users and more) in authentic, real-world settings.

The best way to predict the future is to invent it.

…..and experience it!

Create a virtuous cycle not a classic pipeline.

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Living Labs

Living labs serve as a forum for GT research innovation applied to the development

of new technologies, services and methods.

People are integral in the operation of

living labs because they serve as both

creators and users.

Child Study Lab

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Convergence Innovation Competition

  • Annual Competition
  • Multidisciplinary Teams–Undergraduate/Graduate Students
  • Technology prototype and business/sustainability plan
  • Awards Event with Live Demos of All Entries
  • Joint with GT Research Network Operations Center
  • Sponsors include AT&T, Cisco, Code 42, and GM
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Transformational Leadership

IPaT creates innovation crossroads where researchers, industry leaders, government partners, and other stakeholders meet to develop transformative solutions to address complex societal challenges.

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Strategic Partnerships

Georgia Department

of Community Health

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Grand Challenges

Apply

Experimentation

Mature

GrandChallenge

Discover

Deploy

Curiosity

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IPaT2013 Highlights

New partnership with Midtown Alliance to create “Midtown Buzz” as a “live – work – play” lab.

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IPaT2013 Highlights

Launched GT Journey Initiative. Fall 2013 brought together over 200 students, with 40 sustained faculty and staff partners from throughout GT (parking/trans, facilities, space planning, GTCM, OIT, registrar, student services).

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IPaT2013 Highlights

The “Rome project” launched a collaboration between EI2’s I3L, ICL in GTRI and IC to create tablet-based personal health records for breast cancer patients.

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IPaT2013 Highlights

Highly visible thought leadership in future of health systems research including DC workshops, conference plenaries, HIT book, HIT MOOC, HIMMS, and NSF-NIH RFP.

Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center (RERC) on Technologies for Successful Aging with Disability ($5M)

Tremendous growth and collaboration with key partners: Children’s and DCH.

Georgia Department

of Community Health

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IPaTFY14 Highlights

Google Glass Mania – IMTC Launches Wearable Industry Research Partnership Program

Facilitating Interactions for Dogs with Occupations (FIDO) project launched

Launched CDAIT: Center for the Development and Application of the Internet of Things Technologies

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IPaT Spring 2014 Calendar

JanuaryJan 10: IPaT New Year Townhall

Jan 30: Stories of Midtown DevWorkshop

FebruaryFeb 7-9: Midtown Storytelling Hackathon

Feb 11: CIC Industry Open House

Feb 26: Midtown Alliance Annual Meeting

MarchMar 4-5: Workshop on Healthcare Transformation

Mar 17-19: 19th GENI Engineering Conference

Mar 17-21: CIC HackBreak

AprilApr 1: Children’s Proposals Due

Apr 7: CIC CIC Submissions Due

Apr 15: CIC Final Judging and Awards

Apr 16: GVU Research Showcase

Apr 22: Pediatric Research Summit

MayGVU-IPaT Proposals Due

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Breakout Groups (2 – 2:45pm)

Opportunities for Students: Learn about research and project opportunities plus the 2014 Convergence Innovation Competition.  Russ Clark, Maribeth Gandy, Siva Jayaraman, Ellen ZeguraAUDITORIUM

IPaT Faculty Membership: What are the rights, responsibilities and resources available to "IPaT Faculty?”Beth Mynatt, Leigh McCook 134

Industry Partnership Opportunities: What companies are we working with today?  Who should be on the target list?  What about other "industry" players including government, non-profits and foundations?Laurie Baird, Ed Price 132

Health IT Research Infrastructure: Learn about new resources available to Health IT researchers included protected data support, HIE, EHR and PHR technologies, mobile computing and computing in the home.Mark Braunstein, Sherry Farrugia, Brian Jones, Matt Sanders 133

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Breakout Groups (3 – 3:45pm)

Community Engagement: GT is working with many local community groups.  Come learn about the support for those engagement and new project opportunities.Laurie Baird, Maribeth Gandy, Christopher LeDantec, Beth Mynatt, Ellen Zegura132

STEM Incubator: Come learn about a new initiative at GT to create an incubator for STEM education research.Donna Llewellen, Leigh McCook 133

Aging Task Force Initiative: Hear about this task force that has brought together research in aging and disability plus a newly funded national center at GT.Dennis Folds, Brian Jones, Ed Price, Wendy Rogers, Jon Sanford 125

CDAIT: Internet of Things: Help build a new research center focused on the "human edge of the internet of things”Jeff Evans, Richard Fujimoto, Margaret LoperAUDITORIUM

Pediatric Research with Children's Healthcare: Opportunities abound for research in pediatric healthcare.  Meet the key folks supporting these programs and learn about funding opportunities.Mark Braunstein, Sherry Farrugia, Leanne West 134

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Breakout Groups (2 – 2:45pm)

Opportunities for Students: Learn about research and project opportunities plus the 2014 Convergence Innovation Competition.  Russ Clark, Maribeth Gandy, Siva Jayaraman, Ellen ZeguraAUDITORIUM

IPaT Faculty Membership: What are the rights, responsibilities and resources available to "IPaT Faculty?”Beth Mynatt, Leigh McCook 134

Industry Partnership Opportunities: What companies are we working with today?  Who should be on the target list?  What about other "industry" players including government, non-profits and foundations?Laurie Baird, Ed Price 132

Health IT Research Infrastructure: Learn about new resources available to Health IT researchers included protected data support, HIE, EHR and PHR technologies, mobile computing and computing in the home.Mark Braunstein, Sherry Farrugia, Brian Jones, Matt Sanders 133