Edmundo Molina-Pérez (Ph.D. Pardee RAND Graduate School ) is assistant research professor at the School of Government and Public Transformation of Tecnológico de Monterrey. His work focuses on the development of new computational methods for studying technological change, and the use of data science methods for decision analysis under conditions of deep uncertainty. He currently leads applied research work on Mexico’s water and energy sectors, developing new simulation models and assisting stakeholders in decision making processes. He also leads the Decision Making Center of the School of Government and Public Transformation and co-leads applied policy research on climate change in Costa Rica, Argentina and Chile. He teaches courses on systems modeling, advanced simulation techniques, econometrics, microeconomics and machine learning.