Faculty - Richard de Neufville

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Richard de Neufville

Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Professor of Engineering Systems

MIT Room E40-245, 1 Amherst St.,  Cambridge, MA, 02139

Telephone: 617.253.7694 Email: ardent@mit.edu Research Website: http://ardent.mit.edu/


S.B. 1961, S.M. 1961, Ph.D. 1965, MIT Civil Engineering; Dr. h.c. 2002, Delft University of Technology (Technology and Policy)

Research Interests

Flexibility in Design—Real Options ; Airport Systems Planning, Design, and Management ; Infrastructure and Real Estate Design and Implementation ; Technology Policy

Teaching Interests

Infrastructure Systems Analysis ;  Flexibility in Design — Real Options Airport Systems Planning, Design, and Management

Awards and Honors

Honorary Doctorate, Delft University of Technology ; Chevalier des Palmes Académiques, France: Francis X. McKelvey Aviation Prize, TRB ; NATO System Science Prize ; Risk and Insurance Prize

MIT Class of 1960 Fellowship ; Irwin Sizer Prize for Most Significant Contribution to MIT Education; Martore Award for Outstanding Contribution to Education; US Federal Aviation Administration Award for Excellence in Teaching ; Civil Engineering Effective Teaching Award.

White House Fellow ; Guggenheim Fellow ;  Fulbright Fellow for Science and Technology Policy ;  Life Member, Clare Hall Cambridge University ;  US-Japan Leadership Fellow

Selected Publications

Airport Systems Planning, Design and Management (with A.R. Odoni), McGraw-Hill, New York, Second edition, much revised, 2013 (1st. ed., 2003) .

Flexibility in Engineering Design  (with S. Scholtes), MIT Press, 2011. 

Applied Systems Analysis, Engineering Planning and Technology Management, McGraw-Hill, New York,1990.

Airport Systems Planning, McMillan, London and MIT Press, Cambridge, 1976.

Systems Planning and Design (with D. H. Marks), Prentice-Hall, NJ, 1974.

Systems Analysis for Engineers and Managers (with J. H. Stafford), McGraw-Hill, 1971.

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