Tata Talks: Defining development engineering with Alice Agogino

UC Berkeley professor shares her vision of design for developing economies on November 10th.

Alice AgoginoPhoto by  Noah Berger / 2014

What does it mean to engineer with developing communities and emerging markets in mind? Alice Agogino, professor of mechanical engineering at UC Berkeley, will share her views on November 10th. All Tata Talks are free and open to the MIT community!

Details:

Thursday, November 10: 5:30 PM
Sloan School, E62-262


About the speaker:

Alice M. Agogino is the Roscoe and Elizabeth Hughes Professor of Mechanical Engineering and affiliated faculty at the Haas School of Business in their Operations and Information Technology Management Group. She directs the BEST Lab: Berkeley Energy and Sustainable Technologies | Berkeley Expert Systems Technology | Berkeley Emergent Space Tensegrities. She currently serves as Chair of the Development Engineering Graduate Group and Education Director of the Blum Center for Developing Economies.

Photo credit: Noah Berger