Thanks to the Sponsors and Guests at IRIM's Robotics Days for Industry 2023  

November 29th and 30th, 2023            

Torsten Kroeger, CTO of IntrinsicIndustry representatives at IRIM event.
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IRIM Industry Student Mixer Spring 2022

Industry Student Mixer


The Institute for Robotics & Intelligent Machines (IRIM) will host its annual Industry & Student Mixer on Thursday, December 1, 2022, in the Klaus Advanced Computing Building. This is a speed networking event where you will meet with students in 5 minute sessions. This allows you many interaction opportunities during the 3 hour event.


Industry Advisory Board Meetings

The IRIM IAB provides a route in which our Industry partners can connect closely with the robotics faculty and students at GT. At the IAB, members can provide input on the direction of research focus area within IRIM, the effectiveness of our robotics curriculum, and what can be improved. Additionally, the IAB members contribute to new program development while creating partnerships with local and regional business and industry.

Robotics Research Symposium

The IRIM Annual Research Symposium is an interdisciplinary educational and networking event that presents new findings from IRIM faculty and encourages exchange between roboticists from across the Institute’s Schools, Colleges, and GTRI. External academics, IRIM Industry Partners and interested companies are welcome to attend this 1-day event comprised of faculty lectures and a poster session.

The annual Georgia Tech Robotics Research Showcase gives attendees the opportunity to interact with talented robotics students enrolled in engineering programs in Mechanical, Electrical & Computer, Aerospace, and Biomedical, as well as students enrolled in Computer Science. The group is a mixture of graduate and undergraduate students nearing graduation, mid-career students looking for internship opportunities, and new students looking to find promising research directions. Each student will present a research poster, offering you an opportunity to see their work and their scientific process


2:00 p.m. | Panel Discussion: Robotics Start-ups

Featuring Ward Broom, Dan Goldman, and more speakers TBA


 2:45 p.m. | Poster Session (with light snacks)


4:15 p.m. | Panel Session: Robotics and AI: The Hype, the Dangers, Responsible Research

Featuring Mark Riedl, Judy Hoffman, and Shreyas Kousik