I am a Visiting Lecturer in Ethics of Technology at TU Delft (The Netherlands). In 2016, I finished my PhD in the "Human and Social Dimensions of Science and Technology" from Arizona State University.
Most of my research is focused on the intersection of political economy, social theory, and (information) technology. I wrote a dissertation about the techno-politics of "smart cities." Check out the dissertation tab if you want to know more.
I am also a freelance writer. I've published features, op-eds, and book reviews about the politics/ethics of technology for many popular media outlets, such as The Guardian, The Nation, and Al Jazeera America. See the media tab for a list of my pubs. If you want to commission work, then contact me via email or twitter.
I am a member of the 4TU.Centre for Ethics and Technology. I am also affiliated with some research centers and projects at ASU. However, the contents of this website are my own. For the sake of publicity, here are some major ones:
— Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes
— Center for Nanotechnology in Society
— Center for Science and the Imagination
— Frankenstein Bicentennial Project | 1818 – 2018
Email: J.W.Sadowski [at] tudelft.nl