There are some truly pressing problems in our times. These concern the survival of humanity. They can range from environmental to socio-economic such as climate change, world poverty, migration and gender inequality. These are problems which are prevalent in every city around the world. Today, the world is urbanizing at an alarming rate. The population … Continue reading Understanding the mathematics of scaling towards a sustainable future for humanity.
In this blog post, I will touch upon a not often thought of topic. How do architecture and physical details add to the lack of diversity in our workplaces? I have been thinking about this for a while because for a long time, ever since I have been in cold countries, for example, Canada, UK, … Continue reading Diversity in Constructions: Who are our cities built for?
Hello everyone. Today, I have been talking to a collaborator of mine regarding the complexity of factors that adds to gender skewness in the workplace. Often I have attended workshops, conferences and events where participants focus on one aspect which leads to the "leaky pipeline" of academia, so to say. Now, just to put it … Continue reading Complexity of Gender in Academia and how it adds to the Leaky Pipeline.