The Stanford Peace Innovation Lab: Designing Technology for a More Peaceful World
- EVT 532
- Feb 1
- 7:30 pm
No Registration Required
Margarita Quihuis, Co-Director, Stanford Peace Innovation Lab Margarita Quihuis’s career has focused on innovation, technology incubation, access to capital, and entrepreneurship. She is a member of the research team at the Stanford Persuasive Tech Lab and formerly the working group for the Stanford/Naval Postgraduate School/US Army Governance Innovation for Security and Development research project. Earlier, she was the first director of the technology incubator Astia, a venture capitalist, a Reuters Fellow at Stanford, and director of RI Labs for Ricoh Innovations.
Mark Nelson, Co-Director, Stanford Peace Innovation Lab Mark Nelson focuses on designing, catalyzing, incentivizing, and generating resources to scale up collective positive human behavior change. He leads the Global OPEN Social Sensor Array project, and designs technology interventions to measurably increase positive, mutually beneficial engagement across conflict boundaries. Nelson is also a researcher at the Stanford Persuasive Tech Lab, where his projects include EPIC Global Challenge. He is a member of Stanford’s Kozmetsky Global Collaboratory.
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