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Operations, Designs and Dynamical Systems  (SED)

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The Operations, Designs and Dynamical Systems (ODDS) Cluster supports fundamental research on the mathematical and decision-making aspects of engineering, including design, control, and optimization as applied at levels ranging from component to enterprise systems. Supported research includes the use of sensor data in decision-making and control, and extends to service sector systems that address areas such as manufacturing and 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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Dynamics, Control and Systems Diagnostics

Engineering and Systems Design

Service, Manufacturing and Operations Research

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