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Informing the Debate on Digital Technology and Society

The Center for Information Technology Policy is a nexus of expertise in technology, engineering, public policy, and the social sciences. Our researchers work to better understand and improve the relationship between technology and society, with a particular focus on data science in the service of humanity, privacy and security, and digital public infrastructure and platforms.

 

 

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The Center for Information Technology Policy Welcomes Two New Princeton Professors to Our Community

Maria Apostolaki, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, and Pramod Viswanath, the Forrest G. Hamrick Professor in Engineering, were both nominated by CITP Interim Director Prateek Mittal to join CITP as associated faculty members. "Both Maria...

Job Alert! CITP is hiring a professor …

Job Alert!  CITP is hiring a professor with expertise at the nexus of technology and society. The position is for an assistant, associate or full professor focused on understanding and improving the relationship between technology and society. Our priorities include...

Meet the 10 New Researchers Who Have Joined the CITP Community

By Karen Rouse CITP Welcomed ten new faces to Sherrerd Hall this fall - 9 fellows and one graduate student. In his welcome address to the new visitors, CITP Interim Director Prateek Mittal said CITP has a “tremendous track record in academic research and creating...

Reproducibility Workshop Draws 1,700 Registrants, 3,500 YouTube Views

By Karen Rouse CITP faculty member Arvind Narayanan told his co-organizers that he would consider the reproducibility workshop they were planning to be a success if 30 people attended. By the time the July 28 online event went live, more than 1,700 people from 500...

CITP’s Public Interest Tech Fellows Meet Face-to-Face and Share Fellowship Experiences

By Karen Rouse Read the Fellows' biographies here. Christopher Maximos, a political science major and rising senior at Stanford University, once viewed federal agencies as the "institutions that get everything done." Then last summer, Maximos was introduced to the...

Professor Prateek Mittal Brings a Record of Producing Research with Societal Impact to CITP as Interim Director

Professor Prateek Mittal Brings a Record of Producing Research with Societal Impact to CITP as Interim Director By Karen Rouse As the new interim director of Princeton's Center for Information Technology Policy, Prateek Mittal — a professor in the Electrical and...

Undergraduate Technology & Society Certificate Program 

The Technology and Society certificate combines courses and independent work focused on information technology and society. The program aims to help Princeton students better understand how technology drives social change, how society shapes technology, and how...

Technology Policy Clinic

The clinic aims to stimulate cutting-edge research at CITP and engage students and scholars in pragmatic policy discussions concerning emerging technologies.  

Fellows Program

The CITP fellows program offers scholars and practitioners from diverse backgrounds the opportunity to join the center’s community and to enrich the center’s intellectual life.   

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