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ENGR 535 - Modeling Human Systems Behavior

  • 3 credits
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An introduction to human systems modeling and the rigor and application of theory and quantitative methods to understand and characterize human behavior, with specific applications to engineering systems and decision making.


STAT 303 or STAT 311 or STAT 315 or ECE 303.


Steve Conrad

Dr. Steve Conrad has conducted research and consulted with the water and energy industry for over 25 years on the feedbacks between human-environmental systems through the coupling of social and engineering sciences to inform decision making and visualization, the quantification and modelling of system function, system optimization and resilience, and policy and planning as applied to energy, water and food systems, sustainable community design, and climate change adaptation.