iWall makes a visit to the Life Sciences Building

Dr. Jonathan Arnold, Graduate Coordinator of the Institute of Bioinformatics, and Professor of Genetics has introduced the UGA community to a highly advance in innovative technological teaching tool.

Three panels of iWall have been installed in a classroom in the Life Sciences Building. Dr. Arnold is using this technology in his NSF funded REU program this summer. Faculty and students are able to explore research and education using the iWall.

In addition, Dr. Juan Gutierrez, Associate Professor in Bioinformatics and Mathematics, is using the iWall as an interface with his ALICE web-based software system.

For more information on the iWall and the way it’s being explored, please see the story published by the Athens Banner-Herald, found here: UGA Professor, students experiment with giant touch-screen technology