The Complex Engineering Systems Institute (ISCI) is a top scientific research center in the engineering systems area that manages problems of great size or special complexity.
The ISCI works includes a continuum from methodological research; in disciplines like operation research, microeconomics, industrial organization and mathematics; to areas like transport, energy, mining, forestry, information technology, retail, production management and public sector, developing high country impact projects in the knowledge frontier.
The Institute funds come from the Millennium Scientific Initiative, from Mideplan, and the Basal Funding Project of Conicyt. In addition is being hosted by the Facultad de Ciencias Físicas y Matemáticas from Universidad of Chile.
Carabineros de Chile (the Chilean police) and the Center for Analysis and Modeling of Security (CEAMOS) of the Universidad de Chile, will organize the First International Summit on Scientific Criminal Analysis from April 21 to April 27, 2014.
Sergio Jara-Díaz, ISCI researcher, is going to talk about public transport designs in cities.
Ricardo Montoya, Ph.D in Marketing, Columbia University, is researching about probabilistics decision lexicographics models to understand the consumers.
During winter quarter, Professor Montero teaches Energy Markets: Theory and Evidence from Latin America.
Teachers and executives industry talked about strategies between multichannels.