The final SERC Talk of the Cybersecurity series and of 2017 will be presented by Dr. William L. Scherlis, Professor of Computer Science and Director of the Institute for Software Research (ISR) in the school of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. Please note, this Talk will be held on Wednesday, November 1, 2017 at 3 PM EST. […]
All of research projects in SERC posted as categories of four and further sub-catagries of eleven projects.
The video for the October 4, 2017 SERC Talk presented by Dr. Gary McGraw from Synopsys is now available! The Talk which is the second part in the Cybersecurity series explored the topic “What are the Top Ten Software Security Flaws?”. View the Talk below, and click here or the button below for the presentation slides. Thanks to all those who attended […]
The next SERC Talk will be presented by Gary McGraw from Synopsys on Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at 1 PM EST. He will be exploring “What are the Top Ten Software Security Flaws?”. We hope you can join us in continuing this discussion series on cybersecurity. TOPIC: “What are the Top Ten Software Security Flaws?” SPEAKER: Gary McGraw, Synopsys Questions and comments are welcome […]
The next SERC Talk will be presented by Dr. Kevin Sullivan from University of Virginia on Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 1 PM EST. He will be exploring “What Are Cyber-Social Learning Systems And How Will We Form Them?” We hope you can join us in continuing this discussion series on cyber-physical learning systems. TOPIC: “What Are Cyber-Social Learning Systems And […]
SERC research team released Technical Report SERC‐2017‐TR‐105 for the System Qualities Ontology, Tradespace and Affordability (SQOTA) Project Phase 5 on April 30, 2017. Questions may be addressed to Principal Investigator Dr. Barry Boehm. One of the key elements of the SERC’s research strategy is transforming the practice of systems engineering and associated management practices- “SE and Management Transformation […]