Who would have thought, when SAIS was founded more than six decades ago, that technology would soon play such an important role in shaping relations among nation states?
For that matter, how could an engineer become director of SAIS Bologna? Prof. Kenneth Keller, who has a Ph.D in chemical engineering, will be glad to answer that.
Martin Ross, who recently graduated from SAIS Bologna, took Prof. Keller's "Science, Technology & International Relations" class last year.
What is the course all about?
I asked Martin, who comes from Canada, what the course meant to him.
"I have been interested for many years in the technical side of what to do when the existing IP address space runs out," he said.
|Martin receiving his prize at graduation|
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