Keith Christensen is an assistant professor in the Department of Landscape Architecture and a research scientist with the Center for Persons with Disabilities, Utah State University. Keith's research emphasis is social inclusion through integrated design focused on the variability of the human condition. Keith is involved with the planning and design of inclusive environments, conducts research on inclusive design methodologies, and directs a national research effort focused on the effect of the built environment on the evacuation of individuals with disabilities during emergencies.
Center for Persons with Disabilities
Utah State University
4005 Old Main Hill
Yuya Sasaki is a doctoral student in the Department of Economics at Brown University. He has worked on the intersection of theory and computational methods in economics and social sciences, including computational learning, agent-based models, and evolutionary dynamics. His recent professional activities include services as a program committee member for the Sixth International Conference on Simulated Evolution and Learning and a program committee member for the Fourth International Conference on Computational Intelligence in Economics and Finance.
Department of Economics
64 Waterman St. Providence
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