Mobile Processing is a yearly conference hosted by the UIC Innovation Center
in support of Chicago's creative and development communities.
The 2013 conference, held from Nov. 1-3, features artists, digital humanities scholars,
and software developers in a series of presentations, panels, and workshops.
The event is free and open to the public.
Location: UIC Innovation Center, 1240 West Harrison, Chicago, IL 60607.
Associate Professor, New Media Arts
School of Art and Art History
October, 18th – 20th, We’ll be hosting a mobile themed Chicago Startup Weekend.
- Tuesday, January 29th -
- 6:00 P.M. -
- UIC Innovation Center -
1240 West Harrison, Chicago, IL 60647
UIC Design will be having another installment of its “Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series.” The UIC Innovation Center will be hosting Jason Ackley, Kyra Jacobs Foster and Renee Benz of Morningstar.
Saturday, January 26th the UIC Innovation Center will be hosting Professor Jelena Spanjol of the UIC Liautaud Graduate School of Business for an immersive experince of UIC’s Interdiscplinary Product Development Course.
9:30 A.M. – 11:30 A.M.
UIC Innovation Center
1240 West Harrison
Alex Williams of Rich Brilliant Willing will give a lecture on his work at the Innovation Center on Monday, November 26th at 7:00 P.M.
Engage Executive Speaker Series:
How will the next president change Chicago?
Wednesday, November 14th. 5:30-7:30 P.M.
Hosted by the UIC Innovation Center and
UIC College of Business Administration - Business Alumni Association
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
UIC Innovation Center :: 1240 W Harrison Street
Amir Berbic received a BFA in Graphic Design from UIC and an MFA in Visual Communication from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago. Currently an Associate Professor of Design at the American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates, Amir teaches visual communication studio, history of design, and design foundations. His research interests are in place branding, dimensional typography, and design pedagogy. His design and writing have been featured in academic and professional publications, conferences and exhibitions including Hyperlinks: Architecture and Design at the Art Institute of Chicago, curated by Joseph Rosa and Zoe Ryan in 2010. http://amirberbic.com/
Thanks to the success of the Project Syncere summer camp students will be returning this fall for the Syncere Saturday program.
The Syncere after school program teaches middle school students STEM subjects through project based learning.
Fall Saturday program will run eight weeks and begins on October 15th.
IC holds workshop on fundraising with UIC’s fundraising team.