The World Economic Forum and Stanford University seek a Hoffmann Fellow for a two-year joint appointment for work at the intersection of society, science, and technology. The Fellow will be based jointly at the World Economic Forum’s office in San Francisco, California, which is dedicated to addressing the possibilities and challenges posed by the rapid pace of technological innovation in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and Stanford’s Center for Ocean Solutions (“COS”), which is focused on spurring innovation to sustain the resilience of the ocean and the people who depend on it.
The Fellow will work with Forum partners and Stanford faculty on initiatives to harness the power of the Fourth Industrial Revolution to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 14 – Life Below Water. The Fellow’s primary role will be to lead projects advancing application of new and emerging technology to address ocean challenges.
Deadline for applying is April 26, 2020.