DeSIRE program

4TU RE scientists perform excellent research in the area of Resilience Engineering.
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

DeSIRE (Designing Systems for Informed Resilience Engineering) is an extensive interdisciplinary research and capacity building program. Within this program 16 new tenure track positions have been created (see picture below) at 13 faculties across the 4TU universities, focusing on three RE challenges:

  1. Resilience Thinking and Design (concepts, approaches of Resilience Engineering, resilience as a design perspective, dealing with cascading effects in STE-systems*)
  2. Measuring, Quantification and Modelling Resilience of STE-systems (advances in data analytics, simulation methods and emergence of new technologies) from an interdisciplinary perspective
  3. Coordination and Governance of Resilient STE-systems to improve the ability of complex STE systems to maintain their functions in face of adversity.

*STE-systems = social-technical-environmental systems

 

DeSIRE (Designing Systems for Informed Resilience Engineering) is an extensive interdisciplinary research and capacity building program. Within this program 16 new tenure track positions have been created (see picture below) at 13 faculties across the 4TU universities, focusing on three RE challenges:

  1. Resilience Thinking and Design (concepts, approaches of Resilience Engineering, resilience as a design perspective, dealing with cascading effects in STE-systems*)
  2. Measuring, Quantification and Modelling Resilience of STE-systems (advances in data analytics, simulation methods and emergence of new technologies) from an interdisciplinary perspective
  3. Coordination and Governance of Resilient STE-systems to improve the ability of complex STE systems to maintain their functions in face of adversity.

*STE-systems = social-technical-environmental systems

 

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DeSIRE program

DeSIRE (Designing Systems for Informed Resilience Engineering) is an extensive interdisciplinary research and capacity building program. Within this program 16 new tenure track positions have been created (see picture below) at 13 faculties across the 4TU universities, focusing on three RE challenges:

  1. Resilience Thinking and Design (concepts, approaches of Resilience Engineering, resilience as a design perspective, dealing with cascading effects in STE-systems*)
  2. Measuring, Quantification and Modelling Resilience of STE-systems (advances in data analytics, simulation methods and emergence of new technologies) from an interdisciplinary perspective
  3. Coordination and Governance of Resilient STE-systems to improve the ability of complex STE systems to maintain their functions in face of adversity.

*STE-systems = social-technical-environmental systems

 

DeSIRE (Designing Systems for Informed Resilience Engineering) is an extensive interdisciplinary research and capacity building program. Within this program 16 new tenure track positions have been created (see picture below) at 13 faculties across the 4TU universities, focusing on three RE challenges:

  1. Resilience Thinking and Design (concepts, approaches of Resilience Engineering, resilience as a design perspective, dealing with cascading effects in STE-systems*)
  2. Measuring, Quantification and Modelling Resilience of STE-systems (advances in data analytics, simulation methods and emergence of new technologies) from an interdisciplinary perspective
  3. Coordination and Governance of Resilient STE-systems to improve the ability of complex STE systems to maintain their functions in face of adversity.

*STE-systems = social-technical-environmental systems