Didem Gürdür Broo
Associate senior lecturer/Assistant Professor at Department of Information Technology, Division of Computer Systems
I care about the future of the world and nature. I am a computer scientist who aims to make future cyber-physical systems interoperable and sustainable. I am a change maker, who wants to bring new perspectives on designing the future intelligent machines. I am an analytical thinker with a passion for design thinking, a researcher with a future perspective, an engineer who likes problems more than solutions, and a teacher who likes to play during lectures.
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Keywords: sustainability data science design thinking future studies transdisciplinary research grinno011 cyber-physical systems autonomous systems human-centered design systems thinking
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Before Uppsala University, I worked at Stanford University as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow on Human-centered and Sustainable Cyber-physical Systems and at the University of Cambridge as a Research Associate in Cyber-physical Systems. I received my Ph.D. in Mechatronics from the Royal Institute of Technology.
In addition to being awarded Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship, I have been granted as IEEE Senior Member due to significant performance and excellence in science. I was selected as the Fellow of the Week by Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions. I have been listed on the 100 Women in AI Ethics and Global Top 100 Innovators in Data & Analytics. Several magazines have interviewed me. The latest one was with computers.org. I teach at Oxford University and the University of Cambridge in a few courses/modules. I act as a reviewer for more than 17 different scientific journals. And I am the editor for two special issues on sustainability and the human-centered design of cyber-physical systems.
Currently, I am acting as Associate Editor and Topic Editor in three scientific journals. Moreover, I am on the technical committee of several conferences while mentoring young women and trans people interested in data science, cyber-physical systems, and AI ethics.
- You can check my publications from this link: Google Scholar
- I enjoy writing and sharing news about my research on my personal website: didemgurdur.com
- And I love sharing my adventures and photos on Instagram: didem.gurdur.broo
- For more serious stuff check my LinkedIn profile: Didem Gurdur Broo
I lead the Cyber-physical Systems Lab and you can learn more about our research here CPS-LAB.
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