Systems design denotes an approach to manipulate technical, environmental, social or economic systems such that a desired outcome is obtained. This can be achieved in a bottom-up or a top-down manner or a combination of both.
In our models, we use different approaches, such as network controllability and network interventions, nudging and mechanism design. Our publications demonstrate: It works!
Intervention scenarios to enhance knowledge transfer in a network of firms
Frontiers in Physics - 2020
Improving the robustness of online social networks: A simulation approach of network interventions
Frontiers in Robotics and AI - 2020
Designing systems bottom up: Facets and problems
Advances in Complex Systems - 2020
The Bigger Picture: Complexity Meets Systems Design
Design. Tales of Science and Innovation - 2019
Control contribution identifies top driver nodes in complex networks
ACS-Advances in Complex Systems - 2019