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TechSAge RERC

  • Faculty
  • Wendy Rogers
  • Laura Rice
  • Jacob Sosnoff
  • RS Sreenivas
  • Harshal Mahajan
  • Postdoctoral Researchers
  • Travis Kadylak
  • Staff
  • Jon Gunderson
  • Megan Nickrent
  • Brian Pastor
  • Graduate Students
  • Libak Abou
  • Megan Bayles
  • Kenneth Blocker
  • Alex Filflet
  • Mikaela Frechette
  • Maurita Harris
  • Roshanak Khaleghi
  • Madina Khamzina
  • Tina Nie
  • Shraddha Shende
  • Widya Ramadhani
  • Undergraduate Students
  • Leonardo Galoso
  • Rebecca Goneh
  • Saahithya Gowrishankar
  • Jennifer Lee
  • Olivia Kupiec
  • Maya Malecki
  • Carson Smith
  • Arijana Sovsic
  • Vikram Ramavarapu
  • Satvika Veeravalli

The Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Technologies to Support Aging-in-Place for People with Long-Term Disabilities (RERC TechSAge) funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR); grant number 90REGE0006).  TechSAge is a collaborative effort between the Georgia Institute of Technology and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Founded in 2013, TechSAge features multidisciplinary research, development, and training projects that are dedicated to understanding the needs of, and develop supportive technologies for, people aging with long-term disabilities.