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Systems Engineering and Design  (SED)

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SYNOPSIS

The Systems Engineering and Design Cluster supports fundamental research on the decision-making aspects of engineering, including design, control, and optimization as applied at levels ranging from component to enterprise systems.   Supported research examples include sensors, sensing. and the use of sensor data in decision-making and control, and extends to service enterprise systems that address healthcare delivery.  Support is provided to enable advances in engineering decision-making, optimization and control, and their application to engineered systems.

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Control Systems

Dynamical Systems

Engineering and Systems Design

Operations Research

Sensors and Sensing Systems

Service Enterprise Systems

Systems Science

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