About the Institute for People and Technology
We maximize the impact of our research through a "3T" approach:
Shaping the future of human-centered systems, environments and technologies to promote fulfilling, healthy and productive lives.
IPaT Mission Statement
Catalyze interdisciplinary research between faculty, students, and industry.
Provide the continuity and capacity to address societal challenges.
Advocate for socio-technical change that improves the human condition.
Educate human-centered engineers, scientists, designers, business leaders, and policy makers.
IPaT Core Values
As an institution, we have identified a set of core values that underlie our work, how we interact with each other, and which strategies we employ to fulfill our mission.
One GT: We will operate collaboratively by sharing knowledge and resources, all for the greater good of Georgia Tech.
Trusted Partner: We will be transparent, meet deadlines, and work together to enhance and grow valuable relationships on and off campus.
Innovation: We will support a culture of creativity, thought leadership and boundary-pushing ideas, and be unafraid of failure.
Diversity: We will recognize, respect, and embrace our individual differences, while exploring how these differences positively impact IPaT as a whole.
The Institute for People and Technology (IPaT) connects industry, government and non profit leaders with Georgia Tech researchers to maximize the societal impact of the Institute's research in Health, Education, Media, Humanitarian Systems and Enterprise Transformation. IPaT Brochure
The IPaT Research Digest is a bi-annual collection of summaries from a selected set of our faculty publications. Although it’s only a small sample of our research, the digest showcases Georgia Tech’s thought leadership in scholarly journals and research conferences. 2015 Research Digest