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New PCAST Report Says “Systems Engineering” Can Improve Health Care

The President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) released a report to the President, Better Health Care and Lower Costs: Accelerating Improvement through Systems Engineering. The report comes at a critical time for the United States and for the health-care system in particular, with millions of Americans recently gaining health-care coverage due to […]

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Stevens Signs Memorandum of Understanding with INCOSE for Collaborative Research on Systems Engineering Professional Certification Data

On April 7, 2014, Stevens Institute of Technology, the legal entity that manages the Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC), a Department of Defense sponsored University Affiliated Research Center, signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) to conduct research that the SERC’s Helix project and INCOSE will jointly perform on […]

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Defense Research and Engineering Strategy

Our nation and the Department of Defense are at a strategic crossroads—the funds available to the Department (and government in general) are decreasing, while the complexity and depth of national security challenges are growing. The preservation and advancement of technology superiority requires heightened levels of cooperation, coordination, and collaboration between all members of the DoD […]

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Dr. Barry Boehm, SERC Chief Scientist, Appointed as Distinguished Professor at USC

Publication Date 1/15/2014 University of Southern California President C. L. Max Nikias has appointed Dr. Barry Boehm, SERC Chief Scientist, as a Distinguished Professor. Boehm is the TRW Distinguished Professor in Software Engineering, professor of computer science and industrial and systems engineering, and founding director of the USC Center for Systems and Software Engineering at the […]

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SSRR and Doctoral Fellows Forum registrations have begun

Publication Date 11/8/2013 We are pleased to announce the new dates for the SERC Doctoral Fellows Forum and SERC Sponsor Research Review. The SERC Doctoral Fellows Forum will be held on Monday, February 24, 2014 followed by the SERC Sponsor Research Review on Tuesday, February 25, 2014. Both events will be held at the Georgetown University […]

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Position opening for BKCASE Editor-In-Chief

Publication Date 11/1/2013 The BKCASE Governing Board, with representatives from INCOSE, IEEE-CS, and the SERC, is launching a search for a new BKCASE Editor-in-Chief. Please review the Announcement and if you or anyone you know is interested in finding out more about the position or is interested in applying, please let us know. Please share this […]

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The 2013 SERC Sponsor Review and Doctoral Fellows Forum have been postponed.

Publication Date 10/14/2013 Due to the government shutdown, we are postponing both the 2013 SERC Doctoral Fellows Program Forum and the SERC Sponsor Research Review that were originally scheduled for November 5 and 6. We anticipate rescheduling these events to occur after the beginning of the new calendar year. Please cancel any travel arrangements and reservations […]

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SERC Collaborator doctoral candidate receives an INCOSE Doctoral award

Publication Date 8/26/2013 SERC Collaborator doctoral candidate, Lou Pape, has received the 2013 Stevens Doctoral Award for Promising Research in Systems Engineering and Integration from the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Foundation based his research on SERC Research Task 44C entitled “An Advanced Computational Approach to System of Systems Analysis & Architecting using Agent Based […]

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The SEBoK v. 1.1.2 and the SEBoK Sandbox Are Now Available

Publication Date 8/22/2013 The Guide to the Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge (SEBoK) v. 1.1.2 is available at http://www.sebokwiki.org/wiki. Several improvements have been made to the functionality of the wiki since v. 1.1.1, including: Version number referencing was removed from the main URL. Any reference to version numbers that can cause breakage to bookmarking attempts, linking […]

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