The magazine of the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems
In this issue, you will find an article about IDSS, as well as articles about graduate students Marzieh Parandehgheibi and Elie Adam, postdoctoral researcher Andrea Censi, alumi Mark Luettgen and Kostas Bimpikis, and new staff member Alina Man. Each of these articles showcases the accomplishments of an extraordinary individual shaped in part by their experiences at LIDS.
On behalf of the entire LIDS community, I would like to welcome you to the Spring 2015 issue of LIDS|All. As you may know, I have taken on the role of LIDS directorship...
That interdependency between critical infrastructure networks is what LIDS graduate student Marzieh Parandehgheibi, of the Aeronautics and Astronautics department, is trying to understand on a theoretical level.
On any given afternoon, a visitor to LIDS might find a dark-haired, bespectacled graduate student pacing back and forth across the sun-drenched lounge, or staring out of the floor-to-ceiling windows.
Mark Luettgen is in a unique position: he has a job that is both intellectually fulfilling and important to the well-being of the country.
On July 1, 2015, MIT's new Institute for Data, Systems, and Society (IDSS) was officially launched.
When entering Andrea Censi's office at LIDS, the first thing you see is evidence of his experimental work...
LIDS alumnus Kostas Bimpikis likes to know how networks work, especially networks that include human agents.