Jay W. Forrester visits our System Dynamics class

Dr. Forrester recently visited our SDM‘s System Dynamics class, taught by Brad Morrison: It was very inspiring event having the founder of System Dynamics and pioneer of computer memory talking about new world challenges for upcoming system dynamicists.

Jay W. Forrester, the founder of System Dynamics, with students from MIT System Design and Management Program. Dr. Forrester recently visited SDM's System Dynamics class, taught by Brad Morrison. Photo by David Schultz

Jay W. Forrester in an outstanding lecturer

Jay W. Forrester is Professor Emeritus of Management System Dynamics at MIT
A pioneer in early digital computer development and a member of the National Inventors Hall of Fame, Jay Forrester invented random-access magnetic-core memory during the first wave of modern computers. He also pioneered the growing field of system dynamics. He has researched the behavior of economic systems, including the causes of business cycles and the major depressions; a new type of dynamics-based management education; and system dynamics as a unifying theme in pre-college education. Forrester has received numerous awards for his books and has been awarded nine honorary degrees from universities around the world. Source: MIT Sloan School of Management

Jay W. Forrester, the founder of System Dynamics, with students from MIT System Design and Management Program. Dr. Forrester recently visited SDM's System Dynamics class, taught by Brad Morrison. Photo by David Schultz

Jay W. Forrester, the founder of System Dynamics, with students from MIT System Design and Management Program. In this picture: Albert Po Chia Chen, Sassan Zelkha, Swope Fleming, Changbae Park, Dave Morgan, Matt Harper, Charles Atencio, Rutu Manchiganti, Sahar , J Bradley Morrison, Jay W. Forrester, Amparo Amparo Sdm Mit, Firas Glaiel, Vincent Balgos, John Helferich, Fernando Barraza Olhaberry, Arjun Shrinath, Rafael Marañón, Avi Latner, James Paul, Donny Holaschutz , Felipe Bustos Sanchez. Photo by David Schultz

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