The School of Computational Sciences would like to invite you to the following seminar tomorrow, held by our very own students! Come and learn about the technology they have used to build GrandPAD — technology so simple that it can be used by people ages 75 to 105 — and see the product in action.
When: Thursday April 24th 2014 at 4pm (tea and cookies at 3:30pm)
Where: Von Neumann Hall
- Ryan Burns (BS computer science, ’14)
- Isaac Lien (BS computer information systems, ’17)
- Scott Lien (formerly of Intuit)
- David Tyler (BS computer science, ’14)
Title: GrandPAD: Finally technology so easy that it can be used by a people ages 75 to 105.
Abstract: GrandPAD is a technology startup that was born at Chapman that is focused on providing an easy way for seniors citizens over the age of 75 to stay connected with their friends and family. GrandPAD was founded by Isaac Lien and Scott Lien (former executive with Intuit). Other key members of the team include Ryan Burns (Computer Science Class of 2014) and David Tyler (Computer Science Class of 2014).
You may recognize Burns and Tyler from their work on theAutism Management Platform (AMP).
See more at: www.GrandPAD.net