His research focuses on the social and cultural history of software and software workers, the history of artificial intelligence, and questions of gender and identity in computer programming.
- Computing, Culture, and Society
- Social Informatics
- Ethics and Values in Digital Society
- Animal Informatics
- Animal Computer Interaction
- Artificial Intelligence
- Sustainability and Technology
Nathan Ensmenger studied engineering and operations research at Princeton University, where he focused on the development of expert systems.
Professor Ensmenger's research agenda focuses on the social and cultural history of software and software workers, the history of artificial intelligence, and the organizational dynamics of information technology.
He specializes in the social and labor history of computing, gender and computing, and the relationship between computing and the environment.
Research: Artificial Intelligence; Computing, culture & society; Environmental history; Proactive health informatics
- Human Environment Interaction and Sustainability