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Appendix B: Biographies of Planning Committee Members
Pages 32-35

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... He teaches courses in law; science and technology; genetics and the law; biotechnology: science, law, and policy; health technologies and innovation; privacy; big data and emerging technologies; and artificial intelligence: law and ethics. He was named a Regents Professor in 2011 and also is a professor in ASU's School of Life Sciences, a Distinguished Sustainability Scientist in ASU's Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability, and is a Lincoln Professor of Emerging Technologies Law and Ethics with the Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics at ASU.
From page 33...
... ZHENHONG LIN is a senior R&D staff member at the National Transportation Research Center of Oak Ridge National Laboratory and a joint associate professor of industrial and systems engineering at the University of Tennessee. As the principal investigator and manager of the Transportation Energy Evolution Modeling program, he is interested in analyzing technologies, strategies, and policies that can transform the transportation energy system for societal objectives.
From page 34...
... She is a recipient of the 2018 Rackham Distinguished Graduate Mentor Award, the 2017 IEEE Control System Technology award, the 2012 College of Engineering Research Award, the 2009 ASME Gustus L Larson Memorial Award, a 2008 University of Michigan Faculty Recognition award, the 2005 Outstanding Young Investigator by the ASME DSCD, a 2005 Henry Russel award, a 2002 Ralph Teetor SAE educational award, a 1997 National Science Foundation CAREER award and selected as one of the 2002 world's most promising innovators from the MIT Technology Review.
From page 35...
... in design science -- a multidisciplinary program where she concentrated in mechanical engineering and economics, completing course sequences and having an advisory committee across both disciplines.

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