The Entrepreneurial Engineer

Thursday, March 18, 2010

The perils and pleasures of interdisciplinarity

I just gave a talk on "The Perils and Pleasures of Interdisciplinarity" at a Workshop on the Challenges in Top-Down, Bottom-up and Computational Approaches in Synthetic Biology. The talk is available in the viewer below:

Related talks are available here.

Monday, October 26, 2009

Understanding Engineers starts today

A new course in Labor and Employment Relations at the University of Illinois called "Understanding Engineers" started today.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Save the Date for Philosophy, Engineering & Technology: 9-10 May 2010

The 2010 Forum on Philosophy, Engineering, and Technology (FPET-2010) will be held on 9-10 May 2010 (Sunday evening through Monday) at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, CO. The event is an outgrowth of the WPE-2007 and WPE-2008 meetings held in Delft and London.

Philosophical reasoning was important to the writing of The Entrepreneurial Engineer and TEE author David E. Goldberg is one of FPET-2010’s organizers. More information is available at www.philengtech.org.

Friday, July 10, 2009

New handbook of Philosophy of Technology and Engineering Sciences is a winner

See the post here or in the viewer below:


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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Little models

Here is the powerpoint for module 11, Little Models, from the course Creative Modeling for Tech Vision:


Monday, June 29, 2009

The missing basics

See the talk I just gave at the National University of Singapore in the viewer below:

Friday, June 26, 2009

Crossing the qual-quant divide

Module 10 from my course Creative Modeling for Tech Visionaries is available in the viewer below:

Friday, May 15, 2009

Tell the hoards at Heathrow

that there is a worldwide financial meltdown, please.  If this is a depression, I'd hate to see a boom.  I'm checked into AA47, LHR to ORD, returning from a talk on genetic algorithms at the Symposium on Search-Based Software Engineering at Cumberland Lodge, Windsor, and the number of people in Terminal 3 at Heathrow is astounding.  There are people sipping Starbucks lattes, people buying Yo Sushi, people stuffing their carts in duty-free shops, people sprawled out on chairs and couches, and people milling in the crowded hallways.  

Perhaps they didn't get the memo, or perhaps the "crisis" of the worst economic conditions since the Great Depression are completely, utterly, fantastically, and ridiculously overstated.

Monday, March 23, 2009

Dunia blogs TEE

Dunia Engineering Indonesia blogs The Entrepreneurial Engineering here