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Upcoming Webinars

Research Challenges for Large Pretrained Models

This webinar will highlight research challenges cutting across U.S. Army, Navy, and Air Force use cases for large pretrained models to include research on the following: multimodal models knowledge distillation for deployment at the edge…

Do I Need Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) and Why?

On November 2010, President Obama issued Executive Order 13556 that formed the controlled unclassified information (CUI) program. Six years later, the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) 252.204-7012 was published, establishing requirements for CUI, making…

Past Webinars

Software Security Growth Modeling Webinar

Security growth modeling, analogous to reliability growth modeling, is an attempt to quantify how the projected security of a system increases with detection and removal…

Summary of Software Security Growth Modeling Webinar

Security growth modeling, analogous to reliability growth modeling, is an attempt to quantify how the projected security of a system increases with detection and removal…

Model Based Systems Engineering: A solution to complexity or just a complex solution?

Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) has been around for decades and has enjoyed a considerable amount of success and acceptance in industry and academia. However,…

System of Systems Capability-to-Requirements Engineering

Presenter: Jo Ann Lane, USC Given an existing set of interconnected, independent systems, often referred to as a system of systems (SoS), one of the…

Partitioning Complexity: Breaking down without breaking down

Complex systems are, in a word, complex. The underlying complexity of a given problem is constant. Complexity can be hidden, but it cannot be eliminated….

Managing Technical Debt

“Technical Debt” refers to delayed technical work that is incurred when technical short cuts are taken, usually in pursuit of calendar-driven software schedules. Just like…