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  • The Bits of Good VIP team is closely linked to the Bits of Good student organization. In order to participate in the VIP, you will need to be a member of the BoG student organization, as this is where teams, roles, and training will take place. As a member of VIP, you will have some additional responsibilities to support the assignment of individual grades for the VIP. These...

  • Goals: To build a suite of mobile applications for iOS and Android devices that will be used to administer and collect data from individuals who have suffered brain traumas with lingering effects (e.g., stroke leading to Aphasia, Alzheimer’s, etc.).

  • This VIP takes as its main focus Georgia Tech’s new Living Building – the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design – and its efforts to advance social equity as one of seven key performance areas in the Living Building Challenge. Students in this class work closely with community partners to support the...

  • The goal of the chemical equity VIP team is to explore chronic chemical exposures in occupations tangentially using chemicals, such as agriculture, transportation, constructions sectors. The team will be analyzing state and federal data leveraging molecular understanding of the chemicals reactivity, physical properties and toxicity profiles. Relationships between chemical exposure and...

  • Due to ITAR and other access restrictions this project is limited to US citizens only.

  • We aim to establish an integrated, collaborative learning environment that explores cinematic filmmaking in the Unreal Engine and offers hands-on experience in film development, production, distribution, and exhibition. Our diverse project teams allow students to work alongside industry professionals to design, fundraise, write, shoot, edit, and market original content while cultivating...

  • The Climate Innovations VIP (formerly National Parks: Diversity & Sustainability) will explore technologies and practices to assess the impacts of climate, man-made and natural events on regional ecosystems. Building on the foundational research of diverse teams from prior US national park and Patagonia sustainability and outreach projects, the class will utilize tools including AI and...

  • GOALS: To examine the problem of concussion from a multidisciplinary view that includes neuroscience, clinical assessment, sports engineering, health informatics, and societal issues.

  • The objective of this program is to develop tools and methods for designing and securely using configurable computing in embedded systems.

  • Cyber-physical systems (CPSs) integrate computational components with physical processes, e.g., robotics, automobiles, factories. Students in this course will learn CPS concepts such as design fundamentals through hands-on development and verification, as well as red-teaming for vulnerability discovery and mitigation. Students will address issues involving design complexity, security, and...

  • This team focuses on the effects that data are having in shaping education, on how new, rich, educational data sources can be used to improve content, instruction, and learning. Specifically, we look to the vast array of data that can be collected around educational opportunities at Georgia Tech and how those data shape educational practice.

  • This VIP will try to answer the following questions. How will the world produce more food from less land while minimizing waste and energy? To address world hunger, current estimates suggest that the production of food over the next 40 years, will need to equal the production of food over last 8000 years. This will occur primarily through democratization of fertilizer usage globally. This...

  • The team develops apps for online debates and collaborative projects that focus on problem solving and building consensus in conflicts. More specific goals include: ...

  • This is a 50-minute weekly seminar group that is run like a Japanese “zemi,” or graduate seminar. Students produce a research project or creative project on a topic related to East Asian media, broadly defined. This could be a translation of a Chinese short story, an analysis of Japanese films, a short documentary on social movements in Okinawa, etc. Transnational, comparative, and...

  • To stimulate the development of advanced vehicle technologies that reduce the overall impact of transportation on the environment

  • Design and build an interesting and engaging interactive sensor-driven dynamic art installation. The installation consists of a combination of three kinds of original art — sound, mechatronics, and video — that all respond to participant motion in a synchronized way. Key points in participants’ poses, extracted in real time from camera output, are processed and then...

  • To examine and assess the existence of cyber security found within IoT hardware devices. In order to achieve this, we will implement a multi-domain investigation through the use of hardware reverse engineering, software/firmware reverse engineering, and RF analysis along with static and dynamic testing through instrumentation. Finally, any identified holes in the devices' cyber security...

  • Think outside traditional modes of communication and documentation to create radical experiences of empathy, an important component to success in personal and professional settings.  The team will employ immersive technologies, such as Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, and mobile apps, which allow users to quite literally step into another person’s shoes, to see the...

  • Create a student team that functions like an Atlanta based sell-side equity research boutique that analyzes stocks utilizing fundamental methods. The research will initially focus on transportations stocks, including airlines, railroads, trucking and small packages, and others. The team will develop...

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