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Sybil Derrible is an Associate Professor in the Department of Civil, Materials, and Environmental Engineering and the Department of Computer Science (by courtesy), a Research Associate Professor at the Institute for Environmental Science and Policy, and the Director of the Complex and Sustainable Urban Networks (CSUN) Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Chicago. His research is at the nexus of urban metabolism, infrastructure planning, data science, and complexity science to redefine how cities are planned, designed, and operated for smart, sustainable, and resilient urban systems. He is the author of the textbook Urban Engineering for Sustainability (MIT Press, 2020) and he an Associate Editor for the ASCE Journal of Infrastructure Systems and for Cleaner Production Letters.
Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure
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