The Evolution of Engineering Systems:
A Rich Past, an Exciting Future

The Charles L. Miller Symposium
Honoring Professor Daniel Roos


Daniel Roos

Date: Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Time: 1:00 – 5:15PM
Reception to follow

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Bartos Theater, Building E15, 20 Ames Street
Cambridge, Massachusetts

Joseph Sussman, Moderator; JR East Professor of Engineering Systems and Civil and Environmental Engineering, MIT
Robert Logcher, Professor Emeritus, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, MIT
  Present at the Revolution: Computers and Civil Engineering
Nigel H.M. Wilson, Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, MIT
  Innovation in Urban Transportation
Alan Altshuler, Harvard University Distinguished Service Professor, Kennedy School of Government and Graduate School of Design, Harvard University
  The Future of the Automobile: Understanding an Industry
Edward Crawley, Co-Director, Bernard M. Gordon-MIT Engineering Leadership Program; Ford Professor of Engineering; Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics and Engineering Systems, MIT
  The Internationalization of MIT
P. Christopher Zegras, Ford Career Development Associate Professor, Transportation and Urban Planning; Department of Urban Studies and Planning and Engineering Systems, MIT
  Advancing the Agenda: The MIT Portugal Program
Coffee Break – Lower Lobby – Bartos Theater
IMVP: Panel Discussion – Moderated by James Womack, Founder and Senior Advisor, Lean Enterprise Institute and Senior Lecturer, Engineering Systems Division
  The International Motor Vehicle Program: Reports from the Front
Arthur Gelb, President of Four Sigma Corp. and co-founder, retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of TASC (The Analytic Sciences Corp.); MIT ESD Visiting Committee Chairman, 2003-2010
  Another Revolution: Engineering Systems at MIT
Daniel Roos, Director, MIT Portugal Program, Japan Steel Industry Professor Emeritus of Engineering Systems and Civil and Environmental Engineering, MIT
Joseph Sussman
  Closing Remarks


MIT Portugal