Engineers and computer scientists at the Centre for Engineering in Society are doing boundary-spanning work focused on some of the biggest and most exciting issues of our times.
A philosopher exploring ethics of technology, democratization of science and technology policy, and the ramification of these issues for engineering pedagogy.
Investigating the dynamics of the interaction of global and urban/regional factors on processes of change in urban infrastructures in developing countries.
Characterizing the economic impacts associated with terrorism and natural disasters and combining information from disparate health studies for environmental contaminants.
Exploring the identity narratives and barriers that are holding back gender parity and diversity in STEM.
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