CCES - Center for Complex Engineering Systems

Center for Complex Engineering Systems (CCES)

The Center for Complex Engineering Systems (CCES) is a world-class international research program that strives to uncover fundamental principles and develop new methods and tools such that complex, highly integrated systems can be modeled, designed, and managed more effectively and sustainably.

CCES aims to seed a new generation of internationally experienced scholars and to excite and inspire a new generation of researchers and engineers to pursue complex systems as a research direction. In the spirit of cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural collaboration, one of the hallmarks of our research approach is to embrace intellectual risk, and to tackle issues that appear, at least in part, to be non-quantifiable, vague, overly complex or even unsolvable. 

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CONTACT INFO
Katherine Paras
Program Manager, CCES
kparas@mit.edu
617-324-8326

RESEARCH AREAS

IMPACT AREAS

Computation

Data Science

Agriculture

Big Data

Info & Decision

Systems & Networking

Energy

Social Networks

Transportation

Urban Systems

RESEARCH AREAS

Computation

Data Science

Info & Decision

Systems & Networking

IMPACT AREAS

Agriculture

Big Data

Energy

Social Networks

Transportation

Urban Systems

Leadership Team

Prof. Kamal Youcef-Toumi

Prof. Kamal Youcef-Toumi

Co-Director, MIT

Dr. Ahmad Alabdulkareem

Dr. Ahmad Alabdulkareem

Co-Director, KACST