Institute for People and Technology Founded |
February 2, 2011
Announcing IPaT, the Institute for People and Technology! Beth Mynatt was recently introduced as the founding executive director of IPaT, a new multi-disciplinary research center at Georgia Tech. IPaT will connect government and private partners with researchers at Georgia Tech, investing in research in areas of major social importance like healthcare, education and consumer media. Learn more about IPaT's work to catalyze researcher and stakeholders engagement by visiting the IPaT website.
Beth Mynatt at TEDx Peachtree |
November 22, 2010
Beth's talk at TEDx Peachtree 2010 covered human convergence - the interplay and pushback between new technologies and humans. This back-and-forth is integral to all of our work in the ECL! Watch Beth's here.
Salud! and Usable Health on CNN |
November 4, 2010
Eugene Medynskiy's Ph.D. Thesis Proposal |
January 20, 2010
Eugene Medynskiy successfully passed his Ph.D. thesis proposal, titled "Interfaces for Supporting Health Self-management," on January 20th, 2010. He is now a Ph.D. candidate in the Human-Centered Computing program.
Dr. J Says at the National Business Coalition on Health |
November 15, 2009
Chad and Jiten exhibited Dr. J Says at the 14th NBCH conference as a contextually relevant on-site intervention and disease management platform in Phoenix on Nov 10 2009.
Dr. J Says at Health 2.0 |
November 15, 2009
Chad and Jiten presented Dr. J Says at the Health 2.0 2009 conference in San Francisco as a part of the session on wellness 2.0. Dr. J Says was also selected as one of the top 8 finalists of the IDEO human-centered design challenge at the same event.
Jeremy Goecks' Defense of Dissertation |
May 8, 2009
Jeremy Goecks successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation, "Understanding the Social Navigation User Experience." Jeremy has accepted a postdoctoral position at Emory University. Congratulations Jeremy!
Lena Mamykina's Defense of Dissertation |
November 21, 2008
Lena Mamykina successfully defended her Ph.D. dissertation, "Designing Ubiquitous Computing for Reflection and Learning." Congratulations Lena!