On Tuesday, February 13, 2018 @ 6PM-9PM

Presented by Dr. Judith Dahmann

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Description:

Increasingly many capabilities are the product of systems of systems working together to create user value. As the INCOSE Vision 2025 makes clear, systems engineering is continuously challenged to expand its perspective to encompass the systems engineering contributions to broad, global, societal opportunities.  The SoSE Working Group (SoSWG) was created just six years ago as an INCOSE technical working group with the goal of providing a resource to the INCOSE community in application of systems engineering to systems of systems.  This presentation will review the origins and history of the systems of systems in INCOSE, describe the Systems of Systems resources available to the INCOSE community, provide an update on the SoS activities at the International Workshop and plans for the International Symposium here in Washington in July, including opportunities for engagement by the WMA community.

 

Presenter Bio:

Dr. Judith Dahmann is a principal senior scientist in the MITRE Corporation Center for the MITRE Systems Enginering Technical Center and the Capability Action Team leader for Systems of Systems (SoS).  Dr. Dahmann is the MITRE project leader for the Office of the Director of Systems Engineering in the US DOD.  In this capacity, she is the technical lead for systems of systems and part of a team working to develop approaches to application of systems and SoS engineering to missions.  She was the technical lead for development of the DoD guide for systems engineering of systems of systems (SoS).  Dr. Dahmann also supports DARPA SoS programs investigating advanced technology approachese to complex SoS challenges.  Prior to this, Dr. Dahmann was the Chief Scientist for the Defense Modeling and Simulation Office for the US Director of Defense Research and Engineering (1995-2000) where she led the development of the High Level Architecture, a general-purpose distributed software architecture for simulations, now an IEEE Standard (IEEE 1516). Dr. Dahmann holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Chatham College in Pittsburgh, PA (1972), spent a year as a special student at Dartmouth College (1971-72), a Master’s Degree from The University of Chicago (1973), and a Doctorate from Johns Hopkins University (1984). She is an INCOSE Fellow, the cochair of the INCOSE Systems of Systems Working Group.