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We're pleased to announce that, as part of Penn's attempt to broaden the visibility and reach of the program, we have undergone a name change! "Market and Social Systems Engineering" (MKSE) is now Networked and Social Systems (NETS), which better reflects our broad emphasis on networks and networked systems of all types.
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The MKSE Web site has been updated, with details on the program and the novel courses we offer! http://www.mkse.upenn.edu
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Welcome to the Penn MKSE Program's Google+ page! We'll be posting announcements and items of interest here. For more details on the Program and Research Center, see www.mkse.upenn.edu.
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Penn Celebrates Launch of First-of-Its-Kind Program in Market and Social ...
A new program in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, Market and Social Systems Engineering, or MKSE, aims to develop the next generation of innovators in the field and solidify it as its own engineering discipline. The first undergraduate program of its kind, MKSE accepted its ...
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Studying the engineering of networks and markets
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Networks influence virtually every aspect of our lives: from business and investments, to communication and information access, to scientific discovery and medicine, to government policymaking and security. To understand and predict behavior, and to design new capabilities and services, we must understand people, systems, and incentives, and how the structure and properties of networks affects interactions.

Members of the Singh Program on Networked and Social Systems study networked interactions, including the interplay of technology, algorithms, economics, and sociology.  Our Google Plus page will help you keep up to date about the Program's events and progress!