Prince of Wales Fellows
The Prince of Wales/Prince Edward Fellowship (based at MIT and Harvard) are engaged with various governmental agencies for the investigation and development of new Civil Affairs Science (Decision Engineering Science, Sensemaking Science, Social Complexity Science, High Performance Computing Science, et al). These scholars are engaged in Quadruple Helix (academic, industrial, NGO, and governmental) research to address contemporary complex global challenges from a 5D (Diplomacy, Defense, Development, Disaster Relief, and Data) vantage point, and their multidisciplinary Fellowship is well positioned to act upon its common vision of becoming a uniting force in the areas of public service, crisis mitigation, and global stability. The Fellows are currently drawn from the MIT Program in Writing and Humanistic Studies/Science Writing Program, MIT Engineering Systems Division, MIT Sloan School of Management/MIT School of Engineering’s System Design and Management Program, MIT School of Engineering’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, MIT School of Science’s Department of Physics, and MIT School of Architecture and Planning’s Department of Urban Studies and Planning. The Fellowship operates under the auspices of the University of Wales' Dynamic Sensemaking Institute, via the MIT Industrial Liaison Program, the MIT Public Science Communication Research and Production Initiative, and the MIT International Development Initiative.
Wales' DSI Professor Marc Clement, MIT Professor Thomas Levenson, UC Berkeley Professor Ken Goldberg, Webby Awards Founder Tiffany Shlain, CEO Jan-Kees Buenen of SynerScope, Vice President Dr. David McQueeney of IBM Research, Deputy CTO Wesley Rhodes of IBM Federal/IBM Network Science Research Center (NSRC), Chief Scientist Marcus Vilaca of Inmarsat, MIT IDI staff, and Prince of Wales Fellow Steve Chan serve on the Joint MIT IDI-Prince of Wales/Prince Edward Fellowship Advisory Board, Charles Atencio serves as Operations Director for the Fellowship, Anna Miao serves as Communications Director for the Fellowship and the MIT IDI, and Steve Chan serves as Managing Fellow for the Fellowship and Chief Architect for the MIT IDI.
Humans as sensors: Fusion of participatory mechanisms and computational innovations to monitor climate change and its consequences. by Steve Chan, Brent Ranalli, Caroline Kuo, Kira Intrator, Charles Atencio. 2012
Robust Decision Engineering: Collaborative ig Data and its Application to International Development/AID. by Steve Chan, Wesley Rhodes, Marc Clement, Charles Atencio, Caroline Kuo, Brent Ranalli, Anna Miao, Simone Sala, Stephen Serene, Robert Helbling, Sarah Rumbley, Lisa Sokol, Loren Gary. 2012.
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