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"The Time Dimension of Urban Policies"
Technology innovation is at the cross-road of sciences,
engineering and humanities. Changes in the work environment are encouraging
innovative ways to look at urban planning with the help of new information
and telecommunications technologies. In particular, a reduced work week,
increased women's participation and worker's mobility have desynchronized
individual and group schedules.
Professor Guidat is the Director of the École Nationale Supérieure
en Génie des Systèmes Industriels (ENSGSI), Nancy France,
and Professor of Innovation Sciences. The ENSGSI was created in 1993 to
focus on the management of technological change and the epistemology of
innovation sciences and engineering. Her main area of research is on the
development of complex engineering systems. She has 5 patents, and more
than 150 published papers in the field.