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.
Thesis: Evaluation of the smoothing activation function in neural networks for business applications
Submitted by Jun Siong Ang. With vast improvements in computational power, increased accessibility to big data, and rapid innovations in computing algorithms, the use of neural
Thesis: Strategy-V : adaptive model and experimental validation of strategy and implementation for teamwork
Submitted by Nick Ke Ning. Abstract: Project management has three dimensional constraints: scope, schedule, and cost. The Agile project management framework is increasingly a
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