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School of Engineering By creating, developing, organizing, and managing complex technologies and products, engineers play a crucial role in contributing to the betterment of humanity and in shaping our world. Seeking solutions to the most difficult challenges of our day in the context of physical, economic, human, political, legal, and cultural realities makes engineering a tremendously exciting endeavor. In a world increasingly influenced by scientific and technological innovation, engineers can provide important leadership to society.

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  • Narayanan Subramani, Deepak (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
    The growing use of autonomous underwater vehicles and underwater gliders for a variety of applications gives rise to new requirements in the operation of these vehicles. One such important requirement is optimization of ...
  • Kudo, Jun, S.M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
    The ability to achieve accurate predictions of turbulent flow over arbitrarily complex geometries proves critical in the advancement of aerospace design. However, quantitatively accurate results from modern Computational ...
  • Albaiz, Abdulaziz (Abdulaziz Mohammad) (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
    Developing parallel numerical applications, such as simulators and solvers, involves a variety of challenges in dealing with data partitioning, workload balancing, data dependencies, and synchronization. Many numerical ...
  • Mueller, Caitlin T (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
    This thesis focuses on visualizing high-dimensional design spaces for early-stage design problems in structural engineering and related disciplines. The design space, which is defined as the n + 1-dimensional surface that ...
  • Alhubail, Maitham Makki (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2014)
    This thesis presents a new simple lightweight C++ thread based parallelization library, intended for use in numerical algorithms. It provides simple multitasking and task synchronization functions. The library hides all ...
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