Knox Lecture Series in Engineering Ethics

Matthias Scheutz, Associate Professor of Computer Science, gives a talk for the Knox Lecture.

The Knox lecture Series in Engineering Ethics, established by an engineering alumnus, is named in honor of Associate Engineering Dean Kim Knox. Established in 2010, the series, administered by the Tufts Gordon Institute, focuses on engineering ethics, technology policy and social justice.

Knox Lecture Series in Engineering Ethics

Past Speakers

High profile engineering leaders address topics ranging from intellectual property and privacy to the ethical implications of evolving fields such as genetics, nanotechnology, climate change and sustainable development.

Interested in speaking?

Please contact Professor of the Practice Sam Liggero, E: samuel.liggero@tufts.edu

Fall 2012

Matthias Scheutz, Associate Professor Cognitive Science & Computer Science, Tufts University, Director Human-Robot Interaction Laboratory

Spring 2011

David O’Connor, Sr. VP for Energy & Clean Technology at ML Strategies
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Fall 2010

Drew Endy, Assistant Professor, Bioengineering, Stanford University
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