Seminar led by Moshe Ben-Akiva, the Edmund K. Turner Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Recorded March 1, 2013
With the 10^5 Competition, MIT's Vehicle Design Summit (VDS) will leverage distributed innovation to build a better car.
The associate professor of transportation and urban planning builds tools that help designers make cities cleaner and greener.
Researchers at MIT are using a new mathematical model to better understand how contagious diseases are spread by air travel.
Read more about the Robotic Mobility Group at MIT News: http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2012/mechanical-engineers-develop-intelligent-car-co-pilot-0713.htmlAnd on the Group's website: http://web.mit.edu/mobility/
A new semiautonomous driver system can take the wheel to keep drivers safe.
Dr. Randy Kirchain, Principal Research Scientist, MIT Material Systems Lab (MIT MSL)MIT MSL is working with industry to identify the materials supply constraints and price fluctuations that could impact the future viability of businesses. Dr. Kirchain will explain how ...
Megacities — cities with a population of at least 10 million people — are growing in size and number, and are expected to account for about 20 percent of world GDP within a decade.
Both the number and range of electronic data sources available to businesses are increasing at a phenomenal rate.
Doug Cooper shares some of the challenges and solutions for managing global supply chain talent, with a special focus on overseas assignments.
Jim Rice, MIT CTLCrossroads 2012: Supply Chains in Transition: The Driving Forces of ChangeJune 28, 2012 - 08:00am - 05:00pm EDTStata Center (Building 32-123)The growth of megacities, projected shortages of vital human and natural resources, and a dramatic increase in the amount of market data ...
Biofuels: How Biotech is Changing the Energy Industry MIT Club of Northern California Featuring the top executives of the Bay Area's leading Biofuels companies.John Melo - CEO, AmyrisJonathan Wolfson - CEO, SolazymeBob Mayer - CEO, Cobalt TechnologiesNoubar Afeyan - ...
This is an animation visualizing the movement and activities (differentiated by nine colors in the legend) of the surveyed individuals in the Chicago metropolitan area for an average weekday in 2008. Data source: Chicago Travel Tracker Household Travel Inventory ...
Simulating Bus Rapid Transit Scenarios on Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, IL. Modeled by Shan Jiang and recorded by Shan Jiang and Mikel Murga in 2007.