Persoonlijk profiel

Research profile

Christine Boshuijzen-van Burken is Associate Professor by Special Appointment in Christian Philosophy at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). In her role (0.1 fte) she focusses on ethics and technology from a christian philosophical perspective. Boshuijzen-van Burken's main affiliation is with The University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia where she has a full time position in ethics of technology. Her research there is on ethics of AI and autonomous systems. Her previous research includes ethics of military technology, ethics of humanitarian logistics for refugees, ethics and technology in the sharing economy, normative practices and reformational philosophy. Her dissertation was on the role of technology on moral decision making in military opertions. 

Academic background

Christine Boshuijzen-van Burken holds a BSc in Human Kinetic Technology (The Hague University of Technology, 2002), a BSc in Mechanical Engineering (Eindhoven, Fontys University of Professional Education, 2004), a MA at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Faculty of Philosophy (2006) and a PhD at Eindhoven University of Technology (2014).

She held research and teaching positions at Eindhoven University of Technology, Delft University of Technology, the Royal Military Academy in the Netherlands, Linnaeus University in Sweden and Queensland University of Technology in Australia. Since 2020 she works as senior research associate in the School of Systems and Computing at UNSW Canberra, Australia. She was appointed to the chair of Christian Philosophy at TU/e in 2024. 

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I like to inspire students to humbly and boldly work as responsible engineers in todays society. Philosophy and Ethics of Technology and Christian Philosophy have strong roots in the Netherlands and together offer an excellent framework to thinking about technology.

leerstoel

Christine Boshuijzen-van Burken is leerstoelhouder Christelijke Filosofie aan de TU/e.

Expertise gerelateerd aan duurzame ontwikkelingsdoelstellingen van de VN

In 2015 stemden de VN-lidstaten in met 17 wereldwijde duurzame ontwikkelingsdoelstellingen (Sustainable Development Goals, SDG's) om armoede te beëindigen, de planeet te beschermen en voor iedereen welvaart te garanderen. Het werk van deze persoon draagt bij aan de volgende duurzame ontwikkelingsdoelstelling(en):

  • SDG 10 – Minder ongelijkheid
  • SDG 16 – Vrede, rechtvaardigheid en sterke instellingen

Externe posities

Senior Research Associate, University of New South Wales

11 jan. 2020 → …

Universitair Docent, Netherlands Defence Academy

1 jan. 201931 dec. 2019

Assistant-Director OZSW, Erasmus University Rotterdam

1 sep. 201431 dec. 2018

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Samenwerkingen en hoofdonderzoeksgebieden uit de afgelopen vijf jaar

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  • 1st Prize in Safety Category Data4Refugees

    Frydenlund, E. (Ontvanger), Gore, R. (Ontvanger), Sener, M. Y. (Ontvanger), van Burken, C. G. (Ontvanger), DeKock, C. (Ontvanger) & Bozdag, E. (Ontvanger), 21 jan. 2019

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