Broad-range case studies concerned with architecture, information, community and governance. These research projects are outgrowths of the Architecture 542 graduate seminar at Pennsylvania State University taught by PolicySpace researcher Darla V. Lindberg.
With 1.8 million non-governmental organizations worldwide (6.6 million individuals working in nonprofits), inefficiency, redundancy, lack of accountability and misappropriation of NGO funds are unfortunate operational norms. MaNGO facilitates a roots up logistics mediation designed to amend aid inefficiencies and exchange real time information with stakeholders on site in resource-taxed locations.
Zombie Ant Behavior as Indicators of Disease Systems Interaction. David Hughes, Entomology, Collaborator; Kyle Schillaci and David Mosemann, 3D Modelers.
Real-time Decision Systems Data Representation, Synchronization, and Coordination; Applied Research Lab + Penn State, Collaborators
PolicySpace researchers have submitted two Gates Global Challenges Grant proposals – "Application of Cell-Phone Technologies" and "Next Generation Sanitation Technologies" – read more about each proposal.
Mapping Resilient Community and Institutional Networks