The 2016 Yale Technology Summit was a celebration of innovative and emerging technologies used in teaching, research, entrepreneurial, and administrative activities at Yale University. Faculty, researchers, students, staff, and alumni presented their work and engaged in debate and discussion at the October 28 event.
Eric Friedman YC '99, GSAS '00, chief technology officer and co-founder of Fitbit, was the keynote speaker at the 2016 summit, which took place at the Yale School of Management.
Presentations, panels, workshops and poster sessions will align with one of these presentation tracks:
- Connected Health: Medical professionals and entrepreneurs working to change the landscape of healthcare and patient data delivery through technology.
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Developers, researchers, project managers, and practitioners describing technologies used in research data collection, manipulation, processing, visualization, and analysis
- Internet of Things: Innovators using internet-connected everyday objects to gather and release data.
- Scholarship and Research: Faculty and students discussing research or scholarly work involving new technologies in digital humanities, social science research, and science and medical applications
- Teaching and Learning: Professors, lecturers, practitioners, and others sharing technology-enhanced teaching and learning techniques used in the Yale classroom
The Yale Technology Summit is produced by Yale Information Technology Services with support and participation from departments and organizations across campus.
Learn more about the sessions and watch recordings by clicking the links below.