The SDM community is continually addressing some of the world's most complex challenges through innovative problem-solving. Our faculty continue to shape the field of systems thinking through their research. With critical guidance from our faculty and industry professionals, our students and alumni harness the principles and theories from their SDM education to find innovative solutions and serve as leaders in their fields.
Alumnus Chad Holmes SDM ’20 has authored a paper in the Special Issue on Machine Learning Applications in Petroleum Industries and Geothermal Systems in the journal Energies.
Submitted by Javier Gotschlich Praus. Abstract: This paper examines how fuel tax policies affect the generation of revenue to maintain the US road infrastructure. Currently,
SDM alum Sorin Grama’s venture Transaera was named a finalist for the Global Cooling Prize, an international innovation competition focused on developing efficient and
Thesis: Distributed power generation and energy storage : potential effects of extending tax incentives
Submitted by Omar Sabir. Abstract: Solar PV penetration has been increasing rapidly in the U.S. in recent years. This growth can be attributed to multiple factors; one of which is