IPaT Holding Office Hours during Four Days of Faculty Research Engagement

<p><strong>IPaT Offering Four Days of Faculty Research Engagement</strong></p>

IPaT Offering Four Days of Faculty Research Engagement

Every year, the Institute of People and Technology (IPaT) seeks input from Georgia Tech faculty and research groups across campus to personally engage with IPaT leadership to discuss their research needs and aspirations. This year, we also would like feedback on how we might better help the IPaT community in developing and fostering strategic internal and external partnerships that support their research initiatives.  IPaT calls these 30-minute meetings, “office hours,” and these meetings are scheduled to be held Monday, February 28 through Thursday, March 3, 2022.

Georgia Tech faculty members and research groups can schedule to meet with IPaT leadership by signing up here to pick a day and time: https://b.gatech.edu/3Jh9iSc.

IPaT brings together researchers from across Georgia Tech to support world-class research, engage students, and collaborate with industry, government, and nonprofit partners.

IPaT’s goal is to maximize Georgia Tech’s societal impact through people-centered innovation. IPaT supports and connects faculty and students across the entire Georgia Tech campus by blurring the lines between academic disciplines and partnering to translate research results into real-world use.

One of ten Georgia Tech interdisciplinary institutes (IRIs), IPaT brings together researchers, industry, and other partners to identify technology solutions that will shape our global future. IPaT was created in 2011 to embrace these opportunities and needs, to create a networked research ecosystem of Georgia Tech faculty and industry partners, and to amplify their combined thought leadership and on-the-ground results to create a positive economic and societal impact in critical areas that define much of everyday life.

For an overview of IPaT, go here: https://research.gatech.edu/ipat/about.

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