IPaT is Excited to Share Our Latest Seed Grant Program Winners

<p>Research and Engagement Grants</p>

Research and Engagement Grants

We are excited to congratulate the winners of this year’s GVU/Institute for People and Technology (IPaT)/ Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) Seed Grant Program.
These projects represent the interdisciplinary spirit of our community.

The winning projects include:

Sorting Through the Racks and CAPTCHAs: Exploring the Use and Regulation of Automation Tools by Communities of Online Fashion Resellers in Poshmark.com
Faculty project team members: Christopher Le Dantec (LMC), Robert Rosenberger (Public Policy), Sara Miles Espinosa (LMC)

Electrochromic Skin: Exploring the Design and Fabrication of Epidermal Displays for Somatic Data-Awareness
Faculty project team members: Sang Leigh (Industrial Design), W. Hong Yeo (Mechanical Engineering), Noah Posner (College of Design)

COVID-19 and Child Maltreatment Through Two Different Lenses: Online Media and Official Administrative Reports
Faculty project team members: Diyi Yang (Interactive Computing), Lindsey Bullinger (Public Policy)

Healing Justice: Co-Designing for Black Communities
Faculty project team members: Susana Morris (LMC), Brooke Bosley (LMC)

Alone Together: Empowering Student Community Building and Content Engagement Through Digital Collaboration in Remote Learning
Faculty project team members: Laura Levy (IMTC), Anne Sullivan (LMC)

Going Pro: Bridging the Gap Between Georgia K-12 Students, STEM Education, and the e-Sports Industry
Faculty project team members: Laura Levy (IMTC), Sean Mulvanity (Bradwell Institute), Richard Catrambone (Psychology), Bryan Cox (GA Department of Education), Lien Diaz (Constellations Center)

Developing a New Cellular-based Sensor Platform for IoT/Smart Cities Projects
Faculty project team members: Russ Clark (Computer Science), Peter Presti (IMTC), Scott Gilliland (IMTC)

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