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Dates

April 25-26, 2019

Meeting Places

Luddy Hall
700 N. Woodlawn Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47408

The Mill
642 N. Madison St.
Bloomington, IN 47404

Organizers

Portrait: Tony Armstrong

Tony Armstrong

President and CEO, IU Research and Technology Corporation

Portrait: Katy Börner

Katy Börner

Victor H. Yngve Distinguished Professor of Engineering and Information Science, School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering; Director, Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center; Curator, Mapping Science exhibit; Indiana University

Portrait: Lisel Record

Lisel Record

Associate Director, Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science; Curator, Mapping Science exhibit; Indiana University

Portrait: Jason Whitney

Jason Whitney

Manager of Strategic Partnerships, Indiana University Philanthropic Venture Fund

Portrait: John Wechsler

John Wechsler

Founder, Launch Fishers and Indiana IoT Lab

Goals

The Indiana University School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering—in close collaboration with Innovate Indiana, the IU Research and Technology Corp., The Mill and the Indiana IoT Lab—will host academic and industrial experts to discuss wearables and the Internet of Things (IoT) on April 25-26, 2019.

The symposium will bring together thought leaders and innovative product developers that design IoT wearables for fashion, athletics, medical, and military applications. Topics to be addressed include novel sensors and actuators, scalable and secure cyberinfrastructures, ownership of generated data, fashion trends in wearables, visual analytics of IoT data, and more.

Keynote talks and evening events are open to the public. Experts and practitioners from academia, industry, government, defense, retail, the arts, and other sectors are welcome.

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Agenda

Thursday, April 25, 2019: Academic Focus

  • 12:00pmWelcome by Organizers
  • 12:30pmBrief Presentations of R&D by Participants
  • 1:30pmSocial Networking Break
  • 2:00pmJohn Wechsler & Jason Pennington, Indiana IOT, “Lab Engagement, Skills Development, and the Future of IoT in Indiana”
  • 3:00pmSpeakers
    • Kay Connelly, Indiana University
    • Karthik Ramani, Purdue University
    • Bo Choi, Indiana University, "Fashion Trends and Collaboration with Art & Design and Wearable Technology"
  • 4:00pmSocial Networking Break
  • 4:30pmBrainstorm: Opportunities & Challenges
  • 6:00pmReception at The Mill

Friday, April 26, 2019: Corporate Focus

  • 8:30amBreakfast
  • 9:00amTours to showcase campus research facilities and capabilities
    • Christian McKay, IU, "SICE Maker Spaces"
    • Andreas Bueckle, IU, "ISE Vis Lab"
    • Mike Hu, IU, "Amatria Sentient Architecture"
  • 10:30amSpeakers
    • Matt Wyatt, CEO of Recovery Force “Wearable Technology in Health and Sport”
    • Florence Hudson & Mitch Parker, Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research and IU Health, “Protecting Health Wearables from Cyber Attack”
    • Mike Dodd, IN3, “Wearable Devices for Warfighter Health”
    • Shawn Goodwin, IU Center for Elite Athlete Development, “Data Visualization in Elite Athlete Performance”
  • 12:30pmLunch
  • 1:30pmKeynote
    Philip Beesley, Living Architecture Group, Toronto, Canada
  • 2:30pmSocial Networking Break
  • 3:00pmSecond Best Ideas
  • 5:00pm Reception in Luddy Hall
    IU's First Lady Welcome
    • Laurie Burns McRobbie, Indiana University's First Lady
    Deans’ Welcome
    • Raj Acharya, Dean, School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering
    • Peg Faimon, Founding Dean, School of Art, Architecture + Design
    Demonstrations featuring IoT wearables throughout the Fourth Floor
    • Gregory F. Lewis, Shyam Shah, Sujata Punait, Britain Taylor & Logan G. Holmes, ISE, IU, "Noncontact Sensing"
    • Weizhe Chen, Zheng Chen, Malintha Fernando, Pavan Saranguhewa, Junhong Xu & Lantao Liu, ISE, IU, "Vehicle Autonomy and Intelligence"
    • Andreas Bueckle, ISE, IU, "TAVOLA IoT Data Visualizations"

Participants

  • Portrait: Andreas Bueckle Andreas Bueckle Ph.D. Candidate in Information Science
    Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center, Department of Intelligent Systems Engineering
    Department of Information & Library Science
    School of Informatics, Computing, & Engineering
    Indiana University
  • Portrait: Bo Choi Bo Choi Visiting Lecturer, Fashion Design, School of Art, Architecture + Design
  • Portrait: Kay Connelly Kay Connelly Associate Dean for Research
    Professor in Informatics
    School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering
    Indiana University, Bloomington
  • Portrait: Mike Hu Mike HuM.S Candidate in HCI/d
    Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center, Department of Intelligent Systems Engineering
    Department of Informatics
    School of Informatics, Computing, & Engineering
    Indiana University
  • Portrait: Christian McKay Christian McKay Director, 3D Fabrication + Design Inquiry Labs
    Professor in Informatics
    School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering
    Indiana University, Bloomington
  • Portrait: Karthik Ramani Karthik RamaniDonald W. Feddersen Professor of Mechanical Engineering
    Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (by courtesy)
    Professor of Educational Studies, College of Education (by courtesy)

Acknowledgements

The following entities are gratefully acknowledged for their financial and in-kind support for this event: Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center; Indiana University School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering; Innovate Indiana; the IU Research and Technology Corp.; The Mill; and the Indiana IoT Lab.