MIT Socio-Technical Trade-Space Experiment

28 Oct 2019
El Paso 1&2

Increasingly complex products and services require progressively complex human and technology interactions. In short, teamwork is becoming ever more important. What we know about creating the conditions for effective teamwork hasn’t kept pace. As part of a continuing series of research experiments performed in collaboration with Learning, MIT will explore teamwork through an interactive, collaborative design of a Smart City Innovation Hub that combines trade-offs amongst site “placiness” and “pathiness” in order to achieve better mobility, activity, and diversity of interaction.

Franklin Mathieu, . - MIT Open Learning
Prakash Manandhar, . - .
Bryan Moser, .Academic Director & Sr. Lecturer - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jeff Dieffenbach, . - .