Mit sdm best thesis

Editors note: Andrei Akaikine was awarded the SDM Best Thesis Prize in October 2010 for his thesis, The Impact of Software Architecture on Product Maintenance Efforts and Measurement of Economic Benefits of Product Redesign.

System Design& Management (SDM) is the Massachusetts Institute of Technologys masters program in engineering and management. Jointly offered by MITs School of Engineering and the MIT Sloan School of Management, SDM educates midcareer professionals to lead effectively and creatively by Editors note: John Kluza was awarded the SDM Best Thesis Prize in October 2009 for his thesis, " Status of GridScale Energy Storage and Strategies for Accelerating CostEffective Deployment.

" The electric grid is so ubiquitous in the modern world that its presence and functionality are taken for granted.

This thesis won the" Best SDM Master's Thesis" award at MIT. Accident Analysis and Hazard Analysis for Human and Organizational Factors by Margaret Stringfellow, October 2010 A Framework for Dynamic Safety and Risk Management Modeling in Complex Systems by Nicolas Dulac, February 2007. Welcome Welcome to the spring edition of the SDM Pulse newsletter. 2011 marks a milestone for SDMthe 15th cohort entered the program this January, bringing with it broad diversity in backgrounds, culture, and experience.

A System Theoretic Safety Analysis of Friendly Fire Prevention in Ground Based Missile Systems by MIT SDM Thesis Page 2 Acknowledgements chains is the best way to assess and communicate safety and risk information.

Strategies for Accelerating Cost Effective Deployment MIT SDM S. M. Thesis 2009 SDM Best Thesis Prize Winner John Kluza (SDM 08) Advisor: Michael Davies December 4, 2009. Agenda Personal Background MIT SDM 08 (Graduated June 2009) MIT Energy Club Lecture Chair Find: Paper and microfiche: Search the library catalog, Barton. Digital: Search MIT Theses in DSpace.

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