Jim Duderstadt

President Emeritus and University Professor of Science and Engineering, University of Michigan

Jim Duderstadt

President Emeritus and University Professor of Science and Engineering, University of Michigan

Biography

James Duderstadt is President Emeritus and University Professor of Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan.  A graduate of Yale University and the California Institute of Technology, Dr. Duderstadt’s teaching, research, and service activities span a wide range of subjects in science, mathematics, and engineering, including nuclear fission reactors, thermonuclear fusion, high-powered lasers, computer simulation, information technology, and policy development in areas such as energy, education, and science.  He currently serves on several major national boards and study commissions in areas such as federal science policy, higher education, information technology, energy sciences, and national security including currently serving as chair of the Policy and Global Affairs Division of the National Research Council, co-director of the Glion Colloquium (Switzerland), senior scholar of the Brookings Institution, and former chair of the board of directors of the DOE CASL nuclear energy innovation hub.

All sessions by Jim Duderstadt

Panel Discussion

4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Rackham Building

Context and Perspective

1:45 pm -2:00 pm
Rackham Building
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