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WISH Center

The Center for Wearable Intelligent Systems and Healthcare (WISH) brings together Georgia Tech’s expertise in electronics, materials, systems, data, and medical science. WISH creates opportunities to develop cutting-edge bioelectronics and human-machine interface technologies.




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Research Areas

Bring together Georgia Tech’s electronics, materials, systems, data, and medical science expertise to push the forefront of bioelectronics and human-interface technologies.


Mission

The WISH center is committed to advancing the field of bioelectronics and human interface by tapping into its vast resources in electronics, materials, data, and medical science.

Facilities

WISH has campus resources that support the advancement of human bioelectronics technology. WISH researchers have access to unique tools in all laboratories and facilities.


Our Mission

Our mission is to define the future of bio-interfaced electronics, catalyze joint R&D endeavors with industry, and create enriching networking avenues between our researchers and industry visionaries.


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About us

Learn about our WISH center.​


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Facilities

View our facilities that combine interdisciplinary research centers and sister organizations.

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Members

Explore our WISH members who are committed to research endeavors in the fields of human-machine interface technology.