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School of Engineering By creating, developing, organizing, and managing complex technologies and products, engineers play a crucial role in contributing to the betterment of humanity and in shaping our world. Seeking solutions to the most difficult challenges of our day in the context of physical, economic, human, political, legal, and cultural realities makes engineering a tremendously exciting endeavor. In a world increasingly influenced by scientific and technological innovation, engineers can provide important leadership to society.

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  • Sethi, Abhishek Rajkumar (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2016)
    The widespread deployment of smart meters and ICT technologies is enabling continuous collection of high resolution data about consumption behavior and health of grid infrastructure. This has also spurred innovations in ...
  • Talnikar, Chaitanya Anil (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    Design optimization with high-fidelity turbulent flow simulations can be challenging due to noisy and expensive objective function evaluations. The noise decays slowly as computation cost increases, therefore is significant ...
  • Foo, Ming Qing (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    This thesis examines two problems concerning the secure and reliable operation of the electric power grid. The first part studies the distributed operation of the electric power grid using the power flow problem, which is ...
  • Tseranidis, Stavros (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    This thesis explores the use of approximation algorithms, sometimes called surrogate modelling, in the early-stage design of structures. The use of approximation models to evaluate design performance scores rapidly could ...
  • Liu, Jeffrey, S.M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015)
    We consider the problem of estimating individual and social value of information in routing games. We propose a Bayesian congestion game that accounts for the heterogeneity in the commuters' access to information about ...
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