Celebrate Princeton Innovation honors faculty researchers, postdoctoral researchers, graduate students and undergraduates who are making a difference through their discoveries and entrepreneurial spirit. This annual event features faculty innovators and discoveries that have the potential to become everyday innovations that improve life, benefit the planet, and grow the economy.
Chukwuemeka V. Chukwuemeka, a current Sugarman Practitioner in Residence at the Kahneman-Treisman Center, is one of the featured researchers at this year's event, held Thursday, October 12 at the Frick Chemistry Building. His project, "A Behavior-Centered Architectural Reinvention of Public Toilets," leverages his expertise in urban design, architecture, engineering, and market dynamics and has been at the heart of the work he has done during his residency. It is now at the stage where a full-scale prototype and pilot would take the work to the next level. Princeton welcomes interest from any party that would like to explore collaboration opportunities to accelerate the project’s development.