Dr Chris Browne

PhD (ANU), B Asian Studies BEng (Hons), SFHEA, CSEP
Senior Lecturer (Curriculum Transformation)
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Areas of expertise

  • Engineering Design 1204
  • Curriculum And Pedagogy 1302
  • Decision Making 170202
  • Dynamical Systems In Applications 010204

Biography

Dr. Chris A. Browne’s research and teaching focus is on building literacy in systems approaches  at The Australian National University. This includes investigating conceptual models of complex systems, methodology of problem-solving processes, strategies for developing intuition of dynamic systems, and processes for constructing and integrating shared conceptual models of systems, with application spaces such as critical infrastructure, healthcare, climate change and education.

Chris holds a PhD, BEng and BAsianStudies from The Australian National University, is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He currently serves as President on the Policy Council of the Oceania Chapter of the System Dynamics Society, and Deputy Services Director of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). Chris has held various leadership roles in the Systems Engineering Society of Australia.

Chris is currently a lead on the ANU Curriculum Framework and Graduate Attributes project in the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) portfolio and Convenor of the ANU Vice-Chancellor's Courses. 

Chris has previously held the position of Sub Dean in the Colleges of Science; Health and Medicine, and Systems Engineering Discipline Chair and Lecturer in the Research School of Engineering.

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Projects and Grants

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Updated:  03 March 2024 / Responsible Officer:  Director (Research Services Division) / Page Contact:  Researchers