Please join us for our first Engineering in Policy Network (EPN) event on systems thinking, on Wednesday 26th May, 12:00 - 12:30. This will be a panel discussion with speakers from the Civil Service, the Royal Academy of Engineering and UCL followed by an audience-led Q&A. The panel will reflect on what it means to work at the intersection of engineering and policy and how thinking in systems is important and impactful in this space. We will explore how systems approaches relate to engineering in policy, before looking at what the panellists and their respective organisations are doing in this space to conclude.
We are delighted to welcome the following panellists:
- Louise Dunsby – Deputy Director, Critical and Emerging Technology at the Cabinet Office. Louise is a Chartered Engineer and Policy Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, you can find her bio here (please note the updated job title).
- Dr Shabana Haque – Head of Policy, Royal Academy of Engineering. Shabana works with engineers across the National Engineering Policy Centre – a partnership of 43 UK engineering organisations led by the Academy - to raise the impact and visibility of engineering on public policy. You can find her bio here.
- Dr Adam Cooper – Associate Professor, UCL. Adam works at UCL STEaPP, exploring the integration of social sciences and engineering for policy making. Prior to joining UCL, Adam worked in the civil service for 10 years, you can find his bio here.
- Chair: Dr Eleanor Voss – Senior Policy Advisor. Eleanor is a Chartered Engineer and a Senior Policy Adviser in the Civil Service. Eleanor is one founder of the Engineering in Policy Network.
Date & Time : Wednesday 26th May 2021, 13:00 - 13:00 BST – Virtual Event
Please sign-up through eventbrite here, the event link will then be emailed to you.
Engineering in Policy is open to all who have an interest in these topics. This includes civil, public and crown servants, those working in industry and the third sector, as well as academics. Engineering in Policy is supported by the Government Science and Engineering Profession and we welcome GSE members to join too.
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