Georgia Institute Of Technology School Of Interactive Computing
The School of Interactive Computing is an academic unit located within the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). It conducts both research and teaching activities related to interactive computing at the undergraduate and graduate levels. These activities focus on computing's interaction with users and the environment, as well as how computers impact the quality of people's lives.
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... See also Technology Square and GVU Center The School of Interactive Computing's administrative offices, as well as those of most of its faculty and graduate students, are located in the Technology Square Research ... research centers with which many School of Interactive Computing personnel are affiliated ...
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