Work and Organization Studies

The Food Supply Chain Analytics and Sensing (FSAS) Initiative is creating predictive analytical tools and technologies to improve the  design and management of safe and reliable food supply chains that are accessible and sustainable.

The research of the FSAS Initiative will have three initial areas of focus:

  1. Missing Embeddable item. Supply chain and market design optimization with emphasis on improving farmer and consumer welfare, as well as agricultural and supply chain practices;
  2. Management of food safety and adulteration risks through the development of predictive risk modeling and sensing technologies;

Access to healthy food by addressing food deserts and food waste throughout the food supply chain.


Programs Around MIT Sloan