AUSTIN, Texas—A two-day workshop for The University of Texas at Austin community will focus on developing tools for innovation.
Sessions are Friday, Dec. 8, and Saturday, Dec. 9, with a reception Thursday evening, Dec. 7. There is no charge to attend.
The interdisciplinary workshop brings together leading researchers from computer science, consumer behavior, engineering and psychology to discuss their research on innovation. They will offer specifics on how their research can be incorporated into tools that support innovation processes in architecture, business, design, engineering and science.
Presenters include experts in innovation and creativity studies from institutions such as Stanford University, the California Institute of Technology, Temple University, the University of Southern California, Columbia University and The University of Texas at Austin.
Registration begins at 8:15 a.m., Friday at the Renaissance Hotel, 9721 Arboretum Blvd. For more information, contact Coral Franke, 512-475-8947.
Organizers are University of Texas at Austin professors Arthur B. Markman, Department of Psychology; Kristin L. Wood, Department of Mechanical Engineering; and Bruce Porter, Department of Computer Sciences.
The IC2 Institute of The University of Texas at Austin and the National Science Foundation are funding the workshop.
For more information contact: Coral Franke, 512-475-8947.