Georgia Tech’s Institute for People and Technology (IPaT) and the Research Network Operations Center (RNOC) are looking for undergraduate and graduate students for this semester’s Convergence Innovation Competition. Wednesday, November 13, from 4-7 pm at IPaT’s Centergy Building location
Students participating in the competition, also known as the CIC, create technology products, applications, and experiences in categories determined by campus, industry, and community partners. Each fall and spring semester, they work individually or on teams and can submit class projects or projects unrelated to a class. Current Georgia Tech graduate and undergraduate students, as well as those enrolled in the Institute the previous semester, are all eligible to participate.
Here are the categories for the Fall 2019 Convergence Innovation Competition:
>Players and Fans encompasses innovations that benefit athletes, artists, entertainers, esports gamers, fans, team owners, or professionals, whether at the amateur, youth, or professional level. Solutions could focus on improving performance, expanding access and interest in the craft, lowering financial or other barriers to participation, skills acquisition, injury prevention, and enhancing the fan experience.
>Health on the Move
Learn more about the CIC, including sponsorship opportunities, at cic.gatech.edu