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School of Systems and Enterprises:

Engineering a Better, More Efficient Future

Autonomous Vehicles | Healthcare | Resilience | Smart Cities 

At the School of Systems and Enterprises at Stevens Institute of Technology, we’re educating tomorrow’s systems and software engineering leaders. Our school combines the advantages of programs in software engineering, systems analytics, engineering management, and industrial and systems engineering with the extensive resources of a major research university.

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We’re leading the way in healthcare systems research. Our researchers partner with leading academic medical centers to work with major healthcare providers, as well as health-related government agencies, to build and deploy models that influence policy, decision-making and chronic illness management. With dedicated data visualization tools and pioneering Stevens-built policy simulators, we’re reshaping the complex systems that underpin effective healthcare.

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We’re at the forefront of autonomous vehicle research. Using a systems thinking approach, our researchers combine expertise in engineering, data modeling and transportation infrastructure to explore how autonomous vehicle technology will change systems and society. As a key collaborator on a major research contract with the Federal Highway Administration, and with dedicated research facilities and industry partnerships, we’re finding solutions to future transportation challenges.

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We’re using environment data, human analytics and complex algorithms to understand and act on risk in modern systems. Our researchers model and prepare responses to natural and man-made disasters, health emergencies and other unanticipated crises to enhance the resiliency of people and property. Our evidence-based research also informs urban planning that takes into account a changing climate with stronger hurricanes, and more intense flooding that affect millions worldwide each year.

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