Richard de Neufville
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Richard de Neufville is author of five major texts on systems analysis in engineering. This work has been recognized by a Guggenheim Fellowship, the NATO Systems Science Prize; the Sizer Award for the Most Significant Contribution to MIT Education, the Martore and MIT Effective Teaching Awards, and the US Federal Aviation Award for Excellence in Teaching. The French Government made him a Chevalier des Palmes Académiques. He is currently the Chair of the Education Policy Committee for the Engineering Systems Division.

De Neufville holds appointments at Harvard with the Kennedy School of Government, and at the University of Cambridge in the Judge Business School. He has a Ph.D. from MIT and a Dr. h.c. from the Delft University of Technology. In 1965 he served as a first White House Fellow for President Lyndon Johnson.


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as author at  MIT World Series: TPP 30th Anniversary Celebration,
together with: Dava Newman (moderator), Sheila Widnall, Joel Moses, Granger Morgan,