Societal Networks

Johari, Katti, Montanari, Prabhakar, Rajagopal, Saberi, Van Roy

Societal networks and urban systems can be improved using mathematical methods for analysis, design and optimization. Systems include transportation, health care, financial, water, waste management and emergency services, and they suffer from two major problems: a severe shortage of resource supply and excessive demand. Key outcomes involve using insights from data generated by these networks to improve the supply and curb demand, and large-scale deployments in cities around the world are a major result. Examples include:

  • Designing "nudge" engines,
  • Personalized recommendation engines,
  • Big data algorithms and systems,
  • Mobile phone-based sensing algorithms.

Ramesh Johari

Ramesh Johari Associate Professor Management Science and Engineering
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Sachin Katti

Sachin Katti Assistant Professor

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Andrea Montanari

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Balaji Prabhakar

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Ram Rajagopal

Ram Rajagopal Assistant Professor Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Amin Saberi

Amin Saberi Associate Professor Management Science and Engineering
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Benjamin Van Roy

Benjamin Van Roy Professor

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