Darryl Farber

Darryl Farber
Assistant Professor of Engineering
Phone: 
814-865-3042
Office: 
112 Transportation Research Building
College/Department: 
College of Engineering

Publications

(i) Project related publications

Farber, Darryl, Martin T. Pietrucha, and Akhlesh Lakhtakia. 2007. Systems and Scenarios for a Philosophy of Engineering. Abstracts of the Workshop Philosophy and Engineering. http://www.illigal.uiuc.edu/web/wpe/about/

Farber, Darryl. 2006. "Climate: What We Know and Don't Know" Letter in Response to Richard Lindzen Commentary "There is No Consensus on Global Warming" Wall Street Journal, July 11, p. A13.

Farber, Darryl. 2004. "Letters: Drexler-Smalley: Views from the Gallery" Chemical and Engineering News, January 26. p. 6-8. Farber, Darryl and Jennifer Weeks. 2001. Commentary – Trust and the Nuclear Power Industry. Environment 43(7): 43.

Farber, Darryl and Jennifer Weeks. 2001. A Graceful Exit? Decommissioning Nuclear Power Reactors. Environment 43(6): 9-21. 

(ii) Other Publications

Farber, Darryl. 2005. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics. p. 1343-1344. Klevans, Edward and Darryl Farber. 2005. Chernobyl. Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics. p. 312-317.

Klevans, Edward and Darryl Farber. 2005. Nuclear Waste. Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics. p. 1345-1349.

Klevans, Edward and Darryl Farber. 2005. Three Mile Island. Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics. p. 1952-1957

(d) Synergistic Activities

Co-Chair, Climate Change and Energy Committee member of the Pennsylvania Environmental Resources Consortium, June 2003 – present, Co-Chair since May 2007. Co-founder, faculty start-up company for mineral carbon sequestration technology. Committee member, 2008 Workshop on Philosophy and Engineering, co-sponsored with the Royal Academy of Engineering. Faculty mentor to international genetic engineered machine competition student team, May 2005- present. Convener, Sustainable Technology Assessment Research Team, faculty-industry group, May 2005-present. Co-instructor for innovative course on bio-inspired computing Fall semesters, 2006, 2007.