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Cornell students discuss their experiences with the online masters degree in Systems Engineering.
The U.S. Transportation System and Economic Performance: Governance Considerations
Achieving food security and nutrition for all by 2025 through sustainable agriculture and food systems
Water Sustainability and Climate Change
Embers of War: Reconsidering Vietnam
NewSpace: A Great Innovation Economy Emerges
Challenges and Success on the Way to Transforming Design and Planning Decisions
How to Increase Transports Role in Climate Policies and How to Install it in Public Decision Making
Public-Private Partnerships in Ireland – A Policy for All Seasons
Modeling Competition in the Natural Disaster Catastrophe Loss Insurance Market
Systems-level Approaches to Complex Decision-making
Simulation Models at GE
The New Locks at the Panama Canal: A Modern Marvel of Engineering
The System of Rice Intensification (SRI) in Systems Perspective: Nested and Convergent Systems
The Power of And: Transforming Energy and Mobility Systems
Transitioning Motor Vehicles to Sustainable Energy: New Challenges for Public Policy and Engineering
Many Objective Visual Analytics: The Power and Pitfalls of Putting Humans “Back in the Loop” during the Design of Complex Engineered Systems
Many-Objective Visual Analytics: Rethinking the Design of Complex Engineered Systems
Cornell University may be the host of the Cornell Cup USA presented by Intel competition, but that doesn't mean it can't bring its own robots to join in on the fun.
System Dynamics Applications with Impact
Progression to Multi-Scale Models and the Application to Food System Intervention Strategies
Stakeholder Alignment in Complex Systems: First Principles for Robust 21st Century Institutions.
Our students talk about the projects they get to work on as part of their Systems Engineering curriculum.
Models in Systems Engineering
Engineering for the 21st Century: The Challenge of Sustainability
What I Wish I Had Known About Systems Engineering
Gasworld? Is Unconventional Natural Gas a Short-term Diversion, or a Paradigm Shift
Violet is the name of a 50 kg spacecraft--a nanosatellite--that is being designed and built at Cornell University. This video includes clips from interviews with members of Violet's systems engineering team.
From Transportation Emissions Control to Public Health—Are We Doing the Right Thing, and Doing it Right?