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Georgia Tech is actively engaging government and industry partners at every level in smart cities research.


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Wrangling Legacy Data: Preparing for Sociotechnical Change in the Smart City
by Thomas Lodato and Jennifer Clark



Meet the people who are working across multiple disciplines to advance Georgia Tech's Smart Cities & Inclusive Innovation initiative.


Georgia Tech’s Serve-Learn-Sustain Hosts Conference on Smart, Connected Communities

For the second year in a row, Georgia Tech’s Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain hosted a satellite conference as part of the Integrated Network for Social Sustainability (INSS). The multi-site conference brought together participants from Atlanta, Charlotte, Baltimore and Lima via webcast to discuss this year’s theme of “Smart, Connected Communities.” IPaT and Civic Data Science co-hosted this year’s Atlanta conference with SLS.



  • Tuesday Mar 27

    The Aglanta Conference

  • Monday Apr 9

    Georgia Smart Communities Challenge Workshop

    Georgia Smart’s next event is an all-day Workshop and Expo at the GTRI Conference Center in Atlanta, GA on April 9, 2018. This event is an opportunity for communities to learn more about the Challenge and the future of Smart Communities in the State of Georgia and at Georgia Tech. We will have numerous technology solution providers in attendance at the Expo to showcase smart technologies and services and to forge partnerships with communities.

    Register for the Workshop and Expo here (communities and businesses use the same form)

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Georgia Tech has been intensifying its smart cities initiative, including membership in the national MetroLab Network and the launch of a new faculty council with members from more than a dozen university units.
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