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Brian D Jones

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Senior Research Engineer
Interactive Media Technology Center (IMTC)
Georgia Institute of Technology

Brian D. Jones is a Senior Research Engineer at The Interactive Media Technology Center (IMTC) at Georgia Tech and Co-Project Director for the Wireless RERC Building Research Capacity (T3) project. In this role, Mr. Jones is collaborating with other research and academic faculty to educate students, our future product designers, on the benefits of applying universal design principles in their design projects.

Mr. Jones is Director of the Aware Home Research Initiative (AHRI) at Georgia Tech, where he is researching technologies supporting independence of older adults aging-in-place as well as considering home technology’s role in chronic care management. He co-founder of the Design and Technology for Healthy Aging (DATHA) initiative, bringing together researchers, students, state and local organizations, and industry with a common interest of providing our older adult population with the communities and technologies they need to successfully age in place. Mr. Jones holds both a Bachelor's degree (BEE `93) and Masters of Science degree (MSEE `96) from Georgia Tech in Electrical Engineering.

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