SERC TALKS: “Can We Assure Resilience of Cyber-Physical Systems Using Model-Based Systems Engineering?”
This presentation will provide a history of SERC Mission Aware research, current work to standardize assurance design in MBSE tools, and a discussion of opportunities for future research. The presentation will include a demonstration of a mission aware meta-model for an example complex system-of system.Find out more »
This symposium attempts to address the convergence of cybersecurity, safety, and engineering with interest in the effective application of security principles, methods, and tools to complex systems such as cyber-physical systems, autonomous systems, transportation vehicles, medical devices, large IoT systems, and other systems of interest.Find out more »
Maximizing the Enterprise Benefits of the Investment in Authoritative Source of Truth | This workshop explores model curation across three areas: governance, infrastructure, and the vision for model discovery in support of strategic reuse of the model collection. Workshop attendance is by invitation only. Participation is limited.Find out more »
SERC TALKS: “How Do We Make Sure Future Cyber-Physical Systems Are Human Centered, and In Particular, Trustworthy?”
This talk will provide the following perspectives to H-CPS: trends and capabilities of future CPS, drawing upon lessons learnt from previous technological shifts; a complexity analysis of CPS, used to highlight bottlenecks in current (systems) engineering practices; and directions towards trustworthy and circular CPS.
Automated driving and edge computing will be taken as technological case studies for illustrative purposes.
This two-day event unites the government, industry, and university systems engineering research community in order to share research progress and discuss the most challenging systems engineering issues facing the Department of Defense (DOD) as well as other federal departments and agencies.Find out more »