Resilient and Healthy Cities and Infrastructure

As the world population becomes increasingly urbanized, securing cities from natural and human-made disasters and health hazards is increasingly critical to our well-being. Princeton researchers are developing novel materials, adaptable structures, advanced hazard prediction, health monitoring technologies, and other innovative solutions to keep our physical, cyber, and health infrastructure secure and resilient. The Metropolis Project collaborates with various other centers on campus, and with various companies and external organizations, to support this research.