Steve M. Easterbrook

Selected Professional Appointments

Director, School of the Environment, University of Toronto
Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto
Lead scientist, NASA Independent Software Verification Facility, West Virginia, US, 1995-1999
Lecturer (with tenure), School of Cognitive & Computing Science, University of Sussex, UK, 1990-1995

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Steve Easterbrook

Professor Easterbrook’s research interests range from modelling and analysis of complex adaptive systems to the socio-cognitive aspects of team interaction. His current research is in climate informatics, where he studies how climate scientists develop computational models to improve their understanding of earth systems and climate change, and the broader question of how that knowledge is shared with other communities.

Professor Easterbrook  chaired the ICT4S 2018 conference, held in North America for the first time: Toronto May 14-18, 2018 at Hart House, University of Toronto.

 Specialty Focus Areas

Climate informatics; modelling and analysis of complex adaptive systems; socio-cognitive aspects of team interaction.

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