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Dr. Koki Ho awarded National Science Foundation's CAREER grant

Dr. Ho has been awarded a five year $500K National Science Foundation CAREER grant to address a grand challenge in complex system design: enabling the design of flexible large-scale complex systems under future operational uncertainties in demands, environment, and performance. Ho's research proposal, "Designing Flexible Complex Systems with Coupled and Co-Evolving Subsystems under Operational Uncertainties," seeks to create new engineering design methodologies that can be used to make large-scale systems more adaptable to change and less susceptible to uncertainties that play out over time.

The program will develop a novel scalable design framework and associated computational techniques for staged deployment optimization of flexible large-scale complex systems by efficiently handling operational uncertainties at the early design stage.


You can read more about Prof. Ho's research group Space Systems Optimization Group here.