IIHCC Vision and Mission

Faculty working together in this area are committed to transdisciplinary solutions that exist along the interdependencies between humans, community, and infrastructure with the ultimate goal of improving quality of life around the globe. 

Work in this area also embraces equity in the human condition by seeking the equitable distribution and availability of physical safety and well-being, psychological well-being, respect for human dignity, and access to crucial material and social resources throughout the world’s diverse communities. This area further incorporates transdisciplinary approaches to addressing critical scientific materials challenges related to health, energy, environment, and resilient infrastructure as well as policymaking and policy analysis, collaborating at the intersection of scientific evidence, governance, and analyses to translate scholarship into practice.  

Themes: Energy, Robotics & Autonomous Vehicle Systems, Smart Design & Construction, Ubiquitous Mobility