The Global Projects Center
The Global Projects Center is an interdisciplinary research center at Stanford University. We seek to facilitate understanding of the financing, development, and governance of critical infrastructure worldwide.
We conduct interdisciplinary research, facilitate engagement among academic and industry leaders, and educate future leaders within the infrastructure finance and development space.
Disruptive Technology and Digital Cities Program
The Stanford University School of Engineering's Disruptive Technology and Digital Cities (DTDC) Program was founded by Executive Director Michael Steep and Professor Raymond Levitt to create a bridge between program members and early-stage technologies. The new Family Office Initiative fosters the role of early stage technology not just as a platform for investing but as means of addressing critical social problems. The DTDC program is one of the fastest- growing corporate affiliate programs at Stanford with more than 25 corporate and family office members.
Lab Location & Contact
Stanford University / Y2E2 Building
Yang & Yamakazi Environment and Engineering
473 Via Ortega
Stanford, CA 94305
Y2E2 Room 242
phone: (650) 586-1435 (m)
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