MIT Technology and Policy Program
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    Apply to TPP

    Tackle the technical challenges confronting society by informing data-driven policies. Informational webinars and an open house are scheduled for the fall.... READ MORE
  • Congratulations to the 2019 TPP Graduates

    IDSS’s 2019 graduates were awarded 6 doctoral degrees in Engineering Systems, 2 interdisciplinary doctoral degrees in statistics, 1 interdisciplinary doctoral degree in other fields, and 38 Master of Science degrees in Technology and Policy.... READ MORE
  • Julia Milton

    Student Profile: Julia Milton

    A dual TPP/AeroAstro student, Julia's research focuses on developing sensors and metrics for remote telehealth systems -- helpful in remote regions, essential for astronauts in space.... READ MORE

TPP addresses societal challenges through research and education at the intersection of technology and policy. Our goal is to mobilize science and engineering to inform intelligent, responsible strategies and policies to benefit communities from local to global.

MIT News Office | October 9, 2019

Using machine learning to hunt down cybercriminals

TPP alum Cecilia Testart, now a grad student at MIT CSAIL, is part of a team that's building a model to identify “serial hijackers” of internet IP addresses.
MIT News Office | October 8, 2019

Experts urge “full speed ahead” on climate action

An MIT climate change symposium panel chaired by TPP director and IDSS/EAPS professor Noelle Selin described the state of knowledge in climate science and stressed the urgent need for action.
September 19, 2019

Alumni in Academia: Energy and Climate

Four TPP alumni bring their energy and climate expertise to universities across the country as new assistant professors.

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