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  • To develop and implement new approaches with cognitive reasoning modules and advanced data and knowledge visualization to enhance the experience and usefulness of crowdsourced problem-solving.

  • Design, test, and use systems to enhance student learning in Tech courses by applying techniques that include video and data mining, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and human-computer interfaces.

  • Internet of things (IOT) has the potential to revolutionize the healthcare industry. Thus far, most IOT applications focus on improving monitoring and physiological sensing of healthcare and patient care; however, the next generation of healthcare technologies will focus on multiplexed points of care testing, diagnostics, and treatment. The goal of this course is to engage students to explore...

  • The purpose of the Living Building Science team is to evaluate the impact of the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design on the non-human living and nonliving environment using sustainable scientific methods.

  • To discover physical principles of how animals move in complex, challenging environments. Use tools from physics, neuroscience, biomechanics, and robotics to extract mechanism of how animal and engineered systems move, especially with respect to stability, agility, and robustness.

  • To examine how small, low cost unmanned aerial vehicles can be used to deliver items, operate in constrained environments, and maximize efficiency.  To achieve this, we will develop electromechanical designs, avionics, and algorithms for small, low cost, aerial vehicles.  We will first focus on developing gliding vehicles that are catapult launched.  Once the platforms are...

  • NASA, Georgia Tech, and GTRI are developing energy technologies to support future missions to Mars. The VIP M.A.R.S. Team will research, develop, and test renewable energy systems in collaboration with scientists and engineers at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The Moon and Mars offer difficult challenges to NASA’s ambitious plan for exploration, including acquisition of reliable and...

  • The 2020 Great American Outdoors Act allocates over $9 billion to support a backlog of National Park Service projects, equity outreach programs, and infrastructure needs. This VIP seeks to establish a Public Innovation Center where GT students collaborate with Atlanta based NPS staff to bring innovate research methodologies and practices to our state and federal agencies while helping build...

  • The United Nation Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) aim to promote peace, end poverty, and protect the planet. Building resilient Infrastructure, promoting inclusive and sustainable Industrialization, and fostering Innovation are the themes for UN SDG9. The UN SDG16 promotes peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, and building inclusive institutions at all levels....

  • Modern electronic devices are powerful but uninspiring; they are ubiquitous but ephemeral. We will design and fabricate devices for music production, gaming, and computing sparked by real-world designs from the past as well as fictional formulations of imagined futures. The black-and-white, utilitarian minimalism of modern laptops and cell phones that blight the aisles of Best Buy with boredom...

  • To develop robotic sensing platforms for environmental and other monitoring tasks such as oil spill surveys, environmental clean-ups, etc. To develop autonomy solutions for airborne, maritime, and other mobile sensing networks.

  • The EPIC (Exoskeleton and Prosthesis Intelligent Controls) Lab research areas include automation & mechatronics and bioengineering with a focus on the control of powered robotic prostheses and exoskeletons to assist human movement. We implement biological signal processing, intent recognition, and control systems based on EMG and mechanical sensors to improve human-machine capabilities....

  • Develop creative robots that can listen to, play, and improvise music.

  • To produce novel, creative media about recent scientific discoveries and engineering innovations. These include but are not limited to: interactive museum-style exhibitions, online articles and videos, and festival exhibits. Specifically, the team will create one exhibit or demo per semester, and each team member will publish bi-weekly in the online science magazine Charged. ...

  • To develop smart city infrastructure health and safety condition monitoring, assessment, and diagnosis with the use of emerging sensor technologies (e.g. smart phones, 2D imaging, 3D laser scanning, 3D LiDAR, 3D printing, UAV, GPS, Telematics, CV/AV, etc.) with machine learning, computer vision, artificial intelligence, pattern recognition, signal processing, multi-source/scale/frequency...

  • Research, design and deploy smartphone apps/games, websites, databases, wireless networks, and sensor networks to gather, process, and deliver game and venue information to football fans in the stadium on game days.

  • To study soft, biocompatible materials to design low-profile, unobtrusive wearable and implantable electronics for advancing human healthcare and wellness.

  • Development of an intelligent system to manage and maintain makerspaces.

  • The SCIP VIP leverages the beautiful game of soccer and other sports to understand and to accelerate community and youth transformation.  Teams study various forms of innovation, work with local organizations that use soccer to transform youth in the state of Georgia and beyond, produce children’s books and other media, generate resources for community development, create new soccer...

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