Archive | Systems Engineering and Systems Management Transformation

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Final Technical Report Published: Transforming Systems Engineering through Model-Centric Engineering

The Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC) research task 157 (RT-157) released its final technical report on January 18, 2017. This technical report can be found on the research project page. RT-157 addressed research needs extending prior efforts under RT-48/118/141 that informed us that model-centric engineering (MCE) is in use and adoption seems to be accelerating. […]

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Next SERC Talk: “Why is Human-Model Interactivity Important to the Future of Model-Centric Systems Engineering” Being Held on WED. DEC 7, 2016

The final SERC Talk of 2016 will be held Wednesday, December 7, 2016 at 1 PM EST. Dr. Donna Rhodes and Dr. Adam Ross from Massachusetts Institute of Technology will be discussing “Why is Human-Model Interactivity Important to the Future of Model-Centric Systems Engineering?” We hope you can join us in continuing this discussion on Model-Centric Systems Engineering. Questions […]

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SERC Sponsored Research Featured at ASME 2015 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences

As Written by Christopher Klesges. SERC would like to recognize the excellent work and success by fellow collaborators at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ International Design Engineering Technical Conferences, which took place August 2 – 5, 2015 in Boston, Massachusetts.  Simon Miller, Timothy Simpson and Michael Yukish of Pennsylvania State University were recognized for their […]

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