Edmundo Molina Pérez (Ph.D. Pardee RAND Graduate School ) is research associate professor at the School of Government and Public Transformation of Tec of Monterrey. He has lead various research projects focused on developing new computational methods for studying socio-technological systems, and the use of Data Science methods for supporting 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 is project leader in two of Conacyt's Energy Knowledge Networks and is lead developer of Conacyt's Data Driven Decision Analysis Environment (3D-AE). He teaches courses on systems modeling, advanced simulation techniques. Prior to his doctorate, Dr. Molina received a M.S. in Engineering and Policy Analysis from Delft University of Technology and a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.