People and Technology

Shana White: A Jock Who Proves that Computer Science is Cool

Shana White is a Constellations Fellow and proof that just because you're good at sports doesn't mean you can't pursue a career in computer science.

Georgia Tech research shapes data literacy and usability at IEEE VIS 2018

Georgia Tech faculty and graduate students will present their latest research in information visualization and visual analytics, including 14 papers, at the annual IEEE Visualization (IEEE VIS) Conference in Berlin, Germany, Oct. 21-26.

Constellations Center Commits to Teaching 200 Students Computer Science in 2018-19 Academic Year

Constellations Center attends CSforALL Summit and pledges to teach 200 students computer science in Atlanta Public Schools during the 2018-19 academic year.

Georgia Tech Researchers Develop AI That Can Create Entirely New Games

Conceptual expansion takes in an arbitrary number of games and then outputs original games with unique mechanics and level designs.

Georgia Tech Finds Its ‘Roots of Innovation’ at Tapia 2018

Georgia Tech sends more than 45 representatives to Tapia 2018 in Orlando, Florida to discuss diversity and inclusion in computing.

Good Vibrations: Passive Haptic Learning Could Be a Key to Rehabilitation

Studies have shown that passive haptic learning can help patients suffering from spinal injury. Can it also be an option in stroke recovery?

School of Interactive Computing Launching Podcast to Address the 'Big Issues' in Computing

The podcast, called the Interaction Hour, is launching Tuesday, Sept. 18 and will be available on iTunes, Spotify, and Spreaker.

Constellations to Co-Host 2018 Knowledge Forum Sept. 12-13

The Constellations Center for Equity in Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology is joining with the Computing Alliance of Hispanic-Serving Institutions and CSforAll to host the 2018 Knowledge Forum, Sept. 12-13, in El Paso, Texas.


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