1973 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
1972 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His scientific interests lie mostly in Management science, Flexibility, Systems analysis, Risk analysis and Engineering design process. The concepts of his Management science study are interwoven with issues in Engineering management and Pattern recognition. His research in Flexibility intersects with topics in Integer programming and Operations management.
His research integrates issues of New product development, Variety and Simulation modeling in his study of Risk analysis. In his research, Richard de Neufville performs multidisciplinary study on Technical note and Transport engineering. His studies deal with areas such as Deregulation, Business system planning, Software engineering and Strategic planning as well as Transport engineering.
His main research concerns Flexibility, Transport engineering, Risk analysis, Systems engineering and Operations research. His studies in Flexibility integrate themes in fields like Software deployment, Management science, Value, Process and Engineering design process. As part of his studies on Management science, Richard de Neufville often connects relevant areas like Systems analysis.
His study of Taxis is a part of Transport engineering. Richard de Neufville usually deals with Risk analysis and limits it to topics linked to Resource and Telecommunications network. His research in Systems design and System of systems engineering are components of Systems engineering.
Richard de Neufville mainly focuses on Flexibility, Context, Software deployment, Real estate and Risk analysis. The Flexibility study combines topics in areas such as Decision rule, Liquefied natural gas, Systems engineering and Operations research. His study in Software deployment is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Reliability engineering, Decomposition, Time horizon and Scenario planning.
His Real estate research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Policy analysis, Emerging markets, Microeconomics, System dynamics and Industrial organization. His Risk analysis study combines topics in areas such as Value, Risk management, Environmental resource management and Scope. His Net present value research incorporates elements of Performance indicator and Engineering design process.
Richard de Neufville mainly investigates Context, Flexibility, Risk analysis, Real estate and Liquefied natural gas. Context is integrated with Low-cost carrier, Transport engineering, Economic geography, Strategic planning and Multiple case in his research. He has researched Flexibility in several fields, including Urban water supply, Industrial water and Systems engineering.
The concepts of his Systems engineering study are interwoven with issues in Economies of scale, Systematic process, Decision rule and Engineering design process. Richard de Neufville has included themes like Technological change and Scope in his Risk analysis study. His Real estate research includes elements of Microeconomics, Economic model, Policy analysis, Financial services and Valuation.
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Airport Systems: Planning, Design, and Management
Richard De Neufville;Amadeo R. Odoni;Peter Belobaba;Tom Reynolds.
Distribution Management-Mathematical Modelling and Practical Analysis
Samuel Eilon;C. D. T. Watson-Gandy;Nicos Christofides;Richard de Neufville.
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (1974)
Flexibility in Engineering Design
Richard de Neufville;Stefan Scholtes.
Systems Analysis in Public Policy: A Critique
Ida R. Hoos;Richard de Neufville.
APPLIED SYSTEMS ANALYSIS: ENGINEERING PLANNING AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
Richard De Neufville.
Real Options by Spreadsheet: Parking Garage Case Example
Richard de Neufville;Richard de Neufville;Stefan Scholtes;Stefan Scholtes;Tao Wang;Tao Wang.
Journal of Infrastructure Systems (2006)
Staged Deployment of Communications Satellite Constellations in Low Earth Orbit
Olivier L. de Weck;Richard de Neufville;Mathieu Chaize.
Systems analysis for engineers and managers
Richard de Neufville;Joseph H. Stafford;Joseph Pistrang.
Real Options: Dealing With Uncertainty in Systems Planning and Design
Richard de Neufville.
Integrated Assessment (2003)
Nuclear Power: A Hedge against Uncertain Gas and Carbon Prices?
Fabien A. Roques;William J. Nuttall;David M. Newbery;Richard de Neufville.
The Energy Journal (2006)
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