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people

Our alumni

In 2019, the 3A Institute launched our prototype graduate program, the Master of Applied Cybernetics. It is the world’s first graduate program focusing on the challenges of ensuring AI-enabled cyber-physical systems are safe, sustainable and responsible, where our students help to guide and accelerate a new branch of engineering into existence, not simply study its emergence. Our students come from a huge range of backgrounds, experiences and demographics – the new branch of engineering builds on existing strengths in cybernetics, computer science and engineering, and draws on design ethnography, critical studies of science and technology, philosophy, history, business strategy, and more. They represent a new type of practitioner who will help society navigate towards a safe, sustainable and responsible future.
Meet our alumni

Our affiliates

It takes hard work and many diverse voices to build the world we want to see. We would like to recognise the input of the incredible people who have contributed to our journey to a new branch of engineering.

 

Catherine Ball - Honorary Associate Professor​

 

Crighton Nichols - Honorary Associate Professor​

 

Brendan Traw - Distinguished Honorary Professor​

 

Caitlin Bentley - Honorary Research Fellow

 

John Debs - Affiliate

 

Ehsan Nabavi - Affiliate 

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The School of Cybernetics is the home of the 3A Institute, located in the College of Engineering and Computer Science at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia. Please use the contact form to get in touch or call us on +61 2 6125 8121