A personal journey of an interdisciplinary researcher

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Tuesday, 21 February 2023, 3:00 to 4:00 PM (CET)

Language: English

Online in Zoom

Previous research shows that a researcher's background affects their inquiry. In this talk, Dr. Mennatullah Hendawy shares her 10 years of experience moving between different fields of work and disciplines. Starting from engineering to architecture, to urban planning, then social science and urban policy, and more recently socio-technical engineering and lastly landing in computer science. In doing so, She reflects on the journeys of many researchers and practitioners who shift in their careers and/or scope of work. Join this Virtual Coffee Break to

  • reflect on interdisciplinary research careers and share your own experiences,
  • picture and discuss inspiring sustainable and equitable urban futures,
  • network and make new contacts!

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