Daniel Roos, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Civil and Environmental Engineering Professor Emeritus Cambridge, Massachusetts roos@mit.edu Office: (617) 253-1661

Bio/Research

Dr. Daniel Roos, Japan Steel Industry Professor of Engineering Systems and Civil and Environmental Engineering, currently serves as Director of the MIT Portugal Program, which is a five-year, $40 million initiative focusing on engineering systems. The program involves over 40 MIT faculty from all...

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Bio/Research

Dr. Daniel Roos, Japan Steel Industry Professor of Engineering Systems and Civil and Environmental Engineering, currently serves as Director of the MIT Portugal Program, which is a five-year, $40 million initiative focusing on engineering systems. The program involves over 40 MIT faculty from all five schools at MIT.

Previous MIT responsibilities for Dr. Roos include serving as Director of the MIT Center for Transportation Studies, and Director of the MIT Center for Technology, Policy and Industrial Development. Dr. Roos also served as Special Assistant to the MIT Chancellor and Provost, helping to form large-scale industrial and global partnerships. He had a leadership role in partnerships with Ford, Merrill Lynch, and Cambridge University in the U.K.

Dr. Roos has chaired and served on numerous committees of the National Research Council, and has performed extensive consulting assignments around the world for government and industry. He served for 11 years as consultant to the World Economic Forum helping to organize and run the annual Auto Governors Meeting at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos Switzerland.



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