The team, led by IDSS/LIDS professor and SSRC director Ali Jadbabie and including IDSS professor Elchanan Mossel, was awarded the grant for the project “Foundations of Decision Making with Behavioral and Computational Constraints,” which proposes a new interdisciplinary research program that works towards a unified theory on human decision-making.READ MORE
A research team that includes TPP and IDSS alum Sarah Fletcher and TPP alum Megan Lickley have developed a flexible planning framework that evaluates approaches that add water storage capacity incrementally if the climate becomes warmer and drier.READ MORE
IDSS co-hosted WiDS Cambridge, a daylong conference connecting women data scientists across academia and industry.
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Sarah Williams, an IDSS affiliate and professor of technology and planning, is combining her skills as a geographer, architect, data scientist, and city planner to digitally map informal transportation networks in developing cities and create data for civic change.READ MORE
A Civil and Environmental Engineering event featured the interdisciplinary research of IDSS and CEE faculty, including Susan Silbey and incoming professor Cathy Wu.READ MORE
A PhD candidate with the Laboratory for Information & Decision Systems (LIDS), Igor's research is on the development and deployment of networking algorithms designed to keep information fresh in large-scale networks.READ MORE
Social and Engineering Systems (SES) student Marie Charpignon and Technology and Policy Program (TPP) student Manon Revel presented research that uses computational tools at last week's celebration for the new Schwarzman College of Computing.READ MORE