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NDIA’s 2018 Armament Systems Forum Call for Papers Deadline

The NDIA 2018 Armament Systems Forum will be held from 7-10 May 2018 at Indianapolis, Indiana. The forum will provide the U.S. and international allied armament governments and industries a framework to understand evolving global requirements and capabilities. The agenda will cover trends in armament systems and technology that are shaping the enterprise today and […]

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A Look Back: SERC Annual Events 2017

Thank you to all those who joined us in Washington, D.C. for the 5th Annual SERC Doctoral Students Forum (SDSF) and 9th Annual SERC Sponsor Research Review (SSRR) and a special thanks to all our speakers, presenters and supporting staff. The 2017 SERC Annual Events were a grand success, featuring a comprehensive exchange of ideas among academic leaders, […]

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SERC Talk Video Available: “The Dilemmas of Cybersecurity – Why is Everything Broken?”

The video for the November 1, 2017 SERC Talk presented by Dr. William L. Scherlis from Carnegie Mellon University is now available! The Talk explored “The Dilemmas of Cybersecurity – Why is Everything Broken?,” the final Talk of the year, as well as of our 3-part discussion of Cybersecurity series. View the Talk below. Thank you to everyone who […]

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REGISTRATION FULL: “Introduction to Ontology for Systems Engineers” – A BOOTCAMP

The bootcamp “Introduction to Ontology for Systems Engineers” with Barry Smith presented by SERC is now registered to capacity and we are unable to accept any more registrations. If you are still interested in this event please feel free to join the waitlist in case a slot becomes available or if you would like to be notified of […]

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Next SERC Talk: “The Dilemmas of Cybersecurity – Why is Everything Broken?”

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. […]

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