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SERC Talk Video Available: “How Do We Prepare the People Who Will Need to Manage the Real-time Responses to Cyber Attacks on Physical Systems?”

The video for the  August 2, 2017 SERC Talk presented by Dr. Barry Horowitz and Dr. Inki Kim from University of Virginia is now available! The Talk explored “How Do We Prepare the People Who Will Need to Manage the Real-time Responses to Cyber Attacks on Physical Systems?”. View the Talk below, and click here for presentation slides. Thanks to everyone who joined and […]

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REGISTER NOW: NDIA’s 2017 Human Systems Conference

The 2017 Human Systems Conference will be held on March 7-8, 2017 by National Defense Industrial Association at Springfield, Virginia. This conference offers a dynamic exchange of technical information and dialogue among government, industry, and academic leaders from the Human Systems community who are interested in advancing the field through education, consultation, future research, and collaboration […]

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Today: SERC Talks! “What Lives at the Intersection of MOSA (Modular Open System Architecture) and Set-Based Design?”

In today’s SERC Talks! “What Lives at the Intersection of MOSA (Modular Open System Architecture) and Set-Based Design?”, Dr. Gary Witus will be discussing Modular Open System Acquisition, Set Based Design, and Model-Based Systems Engineering. Please register if you have not already done so, and plan to join us today at 1 PM EST. NOTE: All Talks will be broadcast […]

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Mark Your Calendars for the INCOSE Academic Forum 2016!

In conjunction with the 2016 annual international conference of the Asia-Pacific Council on Systems Engineering (APCOSEC) taking place on 9-10 Nov, the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is holding an Academic Forum hosted at PES University, in Bangalore, India on 7-8 Nov 2016. Please put these dates in your calendar if you would like […]

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Helix: Understanding How to Develop Effective Systems Engineers

As Written by Christina Barboza and Art Pyster. The Helix project is now validating the first public release of Atlas, a theory of what makes systems engineers effective; i.e., what enables them to consistently deliver value to their organizations. The systemigram below highlights the key components and relationships of Atlas; e.g., that the proficiencies that […]

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