Savannah– July 27, 2015 – The mobile revolution is enabling innovative people to turn their ideas into tools that solve problems, reach millions of users and create significant revenue. The course has been designed for business people and entrepreneurs who have an idea for a mobile application, but don’t know where to begin as well as those who simply want to learn more about the mobile industry. It teaches non-programmers basic technology and terminology and explains how to work with the developers who will implement their ideas.
The course will be taught by Russell Clark, a senior research scientist in Georgia Tech’s School of Computer Science, who engages hundreds of students each semester in mobile development and emphasizes innovation, entrepreneurship and industry involvement, according to the university.
He is the associate director of the Georgia Tech Research Network Operations Center, an enabling center involved in numerous research efforts across campus, and is also a principal leader of the Convergence Innovation Competition, a student research competition that works with industry sponsors to support student innovation and entrepreneurship.
His teaching and research is primarily focused in the areas of networking, network management and mobile applications and services.
Clark earned a Bachelor of Science in mathematics and computer science from Vanderbilt University, and master’s and doctorate degrees in information and computer science from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
The course will be held at Georgia Tech-Savannah, 210 Technology Circle, Savannah, Georgia 31407.
The cost is $1,695 per person, including classroom use of Apple computers, iOS and Android devices, and developer accounts for hands-on design and exploration exercises. Seats are limited. To register, visit https://pe.gatech.edu/COMP8001.
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