Thomas L. Magnanti
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Dean, MIT School of Engineering Institute Professor Professor of Management Science and Electrical Engineering

Thomas L. Magnanti has been an MIT faculty member since 1971. He was a founding co-director of MIT's industry-university collaborative research and educational program, Leaders for Manufacturing Program, and its on-campus off-campus graduate program, System Design and Management. He has previously served as head of the Management Science Area of the Sloan School of Management and as co-director of MIT's interdepartmental Operations Research Center.

Magnanti is editor of the journal, Operations Research, and currently serves on the Boards of the Ford Design Institute and Emptoris, Inc. He was a visiting scholar at the Harvard Business School and held visiting scientist appointments at Bell Laboratories and at GTE Laboratories.

Magnanti is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. He received master’s degrees in both Statistics (1969) and Mathematics (1971) from Stanford University, where he also received the doctorate in Operations Research (1972).


Lectures:

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flag Engineering Engineering Systems
as author at  MIT World Series: Brunel Lecture Series on Complex Systems,
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flag Educational Technology Exemplars for US Schools of Engineering
as moderator at  MIT World Series: Learning without Barriers / Technology without Borders,
together with: Linda M. Abriola, Irene Georgakoudi, Alan W. Cramb, Shekhar Garde, Don P. Giddens, Amy Pritchett, David C. Munson Jr., Peter M. Chen,
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flag Tomorrow’s Engineering Crisis
as author at  MIT World Series: Emerging Technologies Conference 2005,
together with: Howard Anderson (moderator), Kristina M. Johnson, Jeffrey M. Nick, Sophie V. Vandebroek,
31 views
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flag Looking Ahead
as moderator at  MIT World Series: Engineering Systems Symposium 2004,
together with: Barry Horowitz, F. Stan Settles, Daniel Hastings, William B. Rouse,
22 views