Prof. Yossi Sheffi

Elisha Gray II Professor of Engineering Systems
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Director, Center for Transportation and Logistics (CTL)

Primary DLC

Center for Transportation and Logistics

MIT Room: E40-259

Areas of Interest and Expertise

Transportation Systems Analysis
Logistics Systems Analysis and Management
Network Optimization
Carrier Operations
Supply Chain Management
Electronic Commerce (E-Commerce)
Engineering Systems
Systems and Transportation
Natural Disasters
Impact of Hurricanes on Supply Chains

Recent Work

  • Video
    January 28, 2021Conference Video Duration: 30:53

    1.28.21-Wuxi-Sheffi

    Yossi Sheffi
    Elisha Gray II Professor of Engineering Systems, MIT
    Director, MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics (MIT CTL)
    Professor, MIT Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Professor, MIT Institute of Data Science and Society
    November 5, 2020Conference Video Duration: 30:52

    11.5.20-Beijing-Yossi-Sheffi

    Yossi Sheffi
    Elisha Gray II Professor of Engineering Systems, MIT
    Director, MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics (MIT CTL)
    Professor, MIT Civil and Environmental Engineering
    Professor, MIT Institute of Data Science and Society
    March 16, 2020Conference Video Duration: 167:8

    A Coronavirus Briefing with MIT

    A Coronavirus Briefing with MIT

    March 13, 2019Conference Video Duration: 41:50

    Yossi Sheffi - 2019 Management Conference

    Going Green is Not Black and White

    Professor Sheffi explains why companies are not, in general, making the deep investments in sustainability that are required in order to “move the needle” and why they should not do it. He addresses why consumers are not willing to pay more or sacrifice in the name of environmental sustainability, despite saying so in surveys, and why such behavior may be rational. He also explains how governments contribute to the problem. Professor Sheffi will end with some thoughts and insights about future directions. The presentation and discussion include many examples, and time will be allocated for Q&A and discussion with Professor Sheffi.
     
    2019 MIT Innovations in Management Conference