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Much of Granger Morgan’s work has involved the development and demonstration of methods to characterize and analyze uncertainty. He has addressed issues in the integrated assessment of climate change impacts and policy. He explores problems such as distributed resources, carbon management, and basic technology research to support clean energy. He has worked extensively in risk analysis, communication and ranking.
Morgan received a B.A. in Physics from Harvard College, an M.S. in Astronomy and Space Science from Cornell University, and a Ph.D. in Applied Physics and Information Science from the University of California, San Diego.
He joined Carnegie Mellon University in 1974 and became the head of the Department of Engineering and Public Policy in 1977. From 1986 to 1995, he served as the Director of the Carnegie Mellon Program in International Peace and Security.
Technology, Policy and Education: Education for Leadership in Engineering
as author at MIT World Series: TPP 30th Anniversary Celebration,
together with: Dava Newman (moderator), Richard de Neufville, Sheila Widnall, Joel Moses,
Government Perspectives on Engineering Systems
as moderator at MIT World Series: Engineering Systems Symposium 2004,
together with: Mortimer Downey, Pao Chuen Lui, Joseph Bordogna, Mary Good,