Victor Castaño — Panel
|Event Date:||April 8, 2021|
|Speaker:||Victor Castaño | Professor and Senior Researcher C; Molecular Materials Engineering; Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México|
|Time:||3:15-4:15 PM EDT
|Contact Name:||Maria Longoria-Littleton
|Contact Phone:||+1 765 49-40015
|School or Program:||College of Engineering
How will Advances in Technology Shape Humankind's Well-being in the 21st Century?
Hosted by School of Mechanical Engineering
In this panel we seek to understand how advances in technology helped us overcome the COVID-19 pandemic. In particular, we will explore how artificial intelligence, data, security, ethics play a role to help us live better life as we keep pushing forward into the 21st century. What is not obvious, will the American Dream that our parents and grandparents enjoyed be there for the next generation? How does this dream change for the current generation? In addition, we will explore the role humans play towards the fifth industrial revolution and how climate change will impact energy-water-food security, the basic necessities for living? A panel of academic leaders, scientists and visionaries are invited to help us address these questions and provide some insights into the future.
Luciano Castillo, Kenninger Professor of Renewable Energy and Power Systems in Mechanical Engineering
- Victor Castaño, Professor and Senior Researcher C; Molecular Materials Engineering; Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
- Lance Collins, Vice President and Executive Director, Innovation Campus Member, National Academy of Engineering; Professor in Department of Mechanical Engineering at Virginia Tech; Thrust Area Specialty: Energy Engineering and Science
- Stacey Connaughton, Professor, Commination Faculty in the College of Liberal Arts; Director of the Purdue Policy Research Institute; Director of the Purdue Peace Project
- Ajay Malshe, R. Eugene and Susie E. Goodson Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering