George Bugliarello, president-emeritus and institute professor, delivered a lecture to a group of foreign associates of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering at the Royal Academy of Engineering in London. The lecture focused on the national academy’s international programs. He also participated in the first European Union – U.S. Frontiers of Engineering Symposium at Cambridge University in England. His invited paper, “Ethics of Medicine, Biology and Bioengineering at the Crossroads of Our Species–Beyond Aristotle and Hippocrates,” was published in the inaugural issue of Ethics in Biology, Engineering and Medicine: An International Journal.
Bugliarello also contributed two chapters, titled “Engineering, Technology and Society” and “Emerging and Future Areas of Engineering” in the international report, ENGINEERING: Issues, Challenges and Opportunities for Development, which was published by UNESCO.
He delivered a lecture at the World Congress and Exhibition, Engineering 2010 in Buenos Aires, Argentina on “Some Thoughts on Engineering and Sustainable Development in Fostering Technology, Innovation and Production.” At the same event, he was also invited by the World Federation of Engineering Organizations to speak on Urban Sustainability and Some of its Emerging Critical Challenges.