Ellen Yi-Luen Do is director of partnerships and innovation with the ATLAS Institute at the University of Colorado Boulder. Before joining CU in 2017, she was a professor of Georgia Tech’s School of Industrial Design and the School of Interactive Computing. At Georgia Tech she directs the ACME Creativity Machine Group and the Healthcare Design of the Future interdisciplinary R&D initiative for integrating technology into built environments. She was a member of the GVU Center faculty, an affiliate at the Center for Music Technology, and a core faculty at the Health Systems Institute, which hosts her office and lab. Ellen developed the Industrial Design Track of the MS-HCI degree program jointly with the School of Interactive Computing and served as an Associate Director of the program management team. She received a MDesS degree from Harvard University Graduate School of Design (1991) and a Ph.D. in Design Computing from Georgia Tech (1998). Before returning to Georgia Tech as a professor (in 2006), she taught at the University of Washington in Seattle (1999-2004, Design Machine Group) and Carnegie Mellon University (2004 - 2005, CoDe Lab). Ellen was on leave from Georgia Tech (2013 - 2016) to serve as the co-director of the Keio-NUS CUTE Center at the National University of Singapore.