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September 2018 eNewsletter
GA Smart Holds Fall Workshop

Gwinnett County, City of Chamblee, Chatham County, and City of Albany kick-off their projects with over 85 local government officials, Georgia Tech Researchers and industry representatives.
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Researchers Partner to Create Smart Cities
Featuring Tom Sever ( Gwinnett County) &
Chris LeDantec and Debra Lam (Georgia Tech)
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Everyday Georgia
Exhibit Opening and Reception

 

Join us on Thursday, September 27 at IPaT as we showcase the portraits and stories of Georgians from different walks of life and regions of the state during the opening of this special exhibit.

The Everyday Georgia project explores the lives of those touched by Georgia Tech’s research and technology initiatives. Through the coupling of photographs and audio interviews, the project shares the personal stories of more than a dozen Georgians – their challenges and accomplishments, and their vital role in Creating the Next at Georgia Tech.

Everyday Georgia is made possible by the Institute for People and Technology at Georgia Tech, with sponsorship by the Georgia Tech Library’s IMLS-funded Communication Through Art (Sparks Ignition Grant SP-02-16-0031-16) program in partnership with the Georgia Tech Office of the Arts Creative Curricular Initiatives program.

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Upcoming Events...

10/2-4 - Smart Cities Week in DC

10/15-16 - Metrolab Summit 

10/23-25 - Smart Cities Connect 

10/29-30 - Smart Cities Summit

 
GA Smart
Webinar Series
 
We are excited to announce our upcoming Webinar Series featuring the GA Smart winning researchers from Georgia Tech.
 
Join us on November 8th, 2018 from Noon until 1pm, for our first webinar series installment. Ellen Dunham-Jones, Professor in the School of Architecture and Director of the Urban Design Program will discuss her research - Heaven or Hell? The Impact of Autonomous Vehicles on Urban Form. 
 

Registration details coming soon!
 

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