John Tsitsiklis Receives 2016 ACM SIGMETRICS Achievement Award
April 5, 2016

John N. Tsitsiklis, Clarence J. Lebel Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, is the recipient of the 2016 ACM SIGMETRICS Achievement Award, in recognition of his fundamental contributions to decentralized control and consensus, approximate dynamic programming, and statistical learning.

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IDSS announces new minor in statistics and data science
April 1, 2016

Through six subjects, MIT’s new minor in statistics and data science will provide students with a working knowledge base in statistics, probability, and computation, and develop their ability to perform data analysis.

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IDSS and Booz Allen Hamilton collaborate to advance research and education in data science
March 31, 2016

(IDSS) announces Booz Allen Hamilton as a founding industry member—collaborating with IDSS in support of its mission to address complex challenges by advancing education and research at the intersection of statistics, data science, information and decision systems, and social science.

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IDSS presents April 8th workshop: “Data, Analytics, and Risk in Finance”
MIT IDSS | March 28, 2016

This workshop will focus on opportunities for big data and predictive analytics in finance and economics, including new approaches to modeling, measuring, and understanding risk.

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Startup bringing driverless taxi service to Singapore
MIT News | March 25, 2016

MIT spinout nuTonomy is developing a fleet of driverless taxis to serve as a more convenient form of public transit while helping reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the densely populated city-state of Singapore. Emilio Frazzoli is co-founder and chief technology officer of nuTonomy.

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IDSS Conversations: Caroline Uhler
MIT News | March 25, 2016

Electrical engineering and computer science assistant professor is working at the intersection of genomics and computational biology.

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Paper by Paul Grogan and Olivier de Weck selected for award at SCS Annual Simulation Symposium
March 18, 2016

"Collaborative Design in the Sustainable Infrastructure Planning Game," by Paul Grogan and Olivier de Weck, has been selected for the best paper award at the upcoming SCS (Spring Simulation Multi-Conference) Annual Simulation Symposium (ANSS), April 3-6 in Pasadena, CA.

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Communicating vehicles could ease through intersections more efficiently
MIT News | March 17, 2016

New paper co-authored by Emilio Frazzoli suggests that sensor-laden vehicles that communicate with each other could allow twice as much traffic to use the roads.

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Study shows how more R&D funding can accelerate the world energy revolution
MIT News | March 15, 2016

Daron Acemoglu and colleagues present a uniquely detailed model of the dynamics of innovation in the energy industry.

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What We Can Learn About Drone Strikes From 10 Million Yemeni Cell Phones
FiveThirtyEight | March 14, 2016

Fotini Christia discusses how she and her colleagues used cell phone metadata to gather information about the rhythm of daily Yemeni life and the effect of drone strikes, protests, and more.

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