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A comparative, sociotechnical design perspective on Responsible Innovation: multidisciplinary research and education on digitized energy and Automated Vehicles
David J. Hess and Dasom Lee

David J. Hess
James Thornton Fant Chair in Sustainability Studies, Professor, Sociology Department and Communication of Science and Technology Program, Director, Program in Environmental and Sustainability Studies at Vanderbilt University

Dr. Hess' research and teaching is on the sociology, anthropology, and policy studies of science, technology, health, and the environment. He is the recipient of the Robert K. Merton Prize, the Diana Forsythe Prize, the Star-Nelkin Prize (shared with coauthors), the William H. Wiley Distinguished Faculty Award, and the General Anthropology Division Prize for Exemplary Cross-Field Scholarship. He has been a Fulbright scholar and the PI and Co-PI on grants from the National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health, and FIPSE.

Dasom Lee

Assistant Professor in digitalized sustainable energy in the Department of Governance and Technology for Sustainability (CSTM) at University of Twente

Dr. Lee specializes in energy, cyber-physical systems, environmental sustainability, political sociology, and economic sociology. More specifically, her research focuses on governing and regulating newly emerging cyber-physical systems in the transportation and energy industries and understanding the processes of energy decentralization and energy democracy. She collaborates with engineers and computer scientists to analyze the impacts of energy and transportation systems on social issues such as sustainability, privacy, and equity. She received her PhD in Sociology with a minor in Quantitative Methods from Vanderbilt University, USA and a master's degree in Economics from Kyoto University, Japan. Her scholarship has been published in journals such as Utilities Policy, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, and Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions.

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