Special Presentation of NSF DT Activity: John Taylor, Georgia Tech/NSF

John E. Taylor

Speaker: Prof. John E. Taylor, Georgia Tech/Division

Title: Cyberphysical/Digital Twin Activities at NSF

Abstract: John Taylor will discuss activities within his division of Computer Networking Systems at the National Science Foundation where he overseas programs in Sustainable Systems, Resilient Infrastructure, Healthy Communities and Smart Cities.

Bio: John E. Taylor is the Frederick Law Olmsted Professor. Taylor studies the dynamics where human and engineered networks meet, making him an ideal fit for an endowed professorship named for the father of landscape architecture and a designer who believed engineered infrastructure should be both functional and aesthetically appealing, serving society’s needs while also creating more livable and healthy communities. Taylor has been an entrepreneur and worked as a project manager before starting his career in higher education. He taught most recently at Virginia Tech, where he was a dean’s faculty fellow in the College of Engineering and a Preston and Catharine White fellow in the College of Architecture and Urban Studies.