12th ANNUAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING CONFERENCE

"Achieving Acquisition Excellence Via Effective Systems Engineering"

26 - 29 October 2009

San Diego, CA

 

Agenda

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

PLENARY SESSION 1 - INTRODUCTION & OPENING REMARKS

    Mr. Bob Rassa, Director, Systems Supportability, Raytheon; Chair, Systems Engineering Division, NDIA

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

    Honorable Zachary J. Lemnios, Director, Defense Research and Engineering, Office of the Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology and Logistics)

PLENARY SESSION 2 - SERVICE ACQUISITION EXECUTIVES
VIEW FROM THE TOP: HOW CAN SE SUPPORT PROGRAM EXECUTION?
Moderator: Mr. Terry Jaggers, Principal Deputy, Systems Engineering, Office of the Director, Defense Research and Engineering

    Mr. David G. Ahern, Director, Portfolio Systems Acquisition, Office of the Secretary of Defense (Acquisition, Technology and Logistics)
    Mr. Thomas E. Mullins, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Plans, Programs and Resources (SAAL-ZR), Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Acquisition, Logistics and Technology)
    Mr. Christopher A. Miller, PEO for Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I), ASNRDA
    Mr. Randall G. Walden, Director, Information Dominance Programs, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force (Acquisition), AFRCO

LUNCH WITH SPEAKER IN THE REGATTA PAVILION

    Mr. Stephen Welby, Director, Systems Engineering, Office of the Director, Defense Research and Engineering

PLENARY SESSION 3 - TEST & EVALUATION EXECUTIVES
VIEW FROM THE TOP: HOW SE CAN SUPPORT DEVELOPMENTAL TEST AND EVALUATION?
Moderator: Mr. Jim O'Bryon, The O'Bryon Group; Chair, Test and Evaluation Division

PLENARY SESSION 4 - SE AND ACQUISITIONS REFORM: THE WAY AHEAD
Moderator: Mrs. Kristen BaldwinMrs. Kristen Baldwin, Office of the Director, Defense Research and Engineering

    Mr. Ross Guckert, Office of the Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology (ASA(ALT))
    Mr. Carl Siel, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development and Acquisition (ASN(RDA)CHSENG)
    Colonel Shawn Shanley, USAF, Chief Systems Engineer, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Science, Technology, and Engineering (SAF/AQR)
    Mr. Nicholas Torelli, Office of the Director, Defense Research and Engineering

 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, CONCURRENT SESSIONS

TRACK 1
Systems Engineering Effectiveness - Bayview III

  • 8851 - Rapid Development and Integration of Remote Weapon Systems to Meet Operational Requirements, Mr. Joseph Burkart, NSWC Crane, Small Arms Air Platform Integration
  • 8893 - Rapid Development, Mr. Michael Gaydar, NAVAIR
  • 8847 - Tailoring the SE Process to Effectively Complement the SW Agile Development Process, Mr. William Lyders, ASSETT Inc.
  • 8902 - Systems Engineering Leading Indicators: Insight into Effective Systems Engineering, Mr. Gary Roedler, Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • 9414 - Correcting Deficiencies in the Systems Engineering of Tactical Weapons, Mr. Marvin Ebbert, Raytheon Missile Systems
  • 8948 - Value Engineering Applications in Service Contracts, Dr. Jay Mandelbaum, Value Engineering Applications in Service Contracts
  • 8816 - Mind the GAPs-a Systems Engineering Implementation of DoDI 5000.02, Dr. Thomas Christian, U. S. Air Force
  • 8990 - Systems Engineering for Rapid Capability Development, Mr. Thomas McDermott, Georgia Tech Research Institute
  • 8974 - Transforming Systems and Software Engineering Across an Enterprise, Mr. Jeffery Wilcox, Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • 8863 - Using Requirements Compliance to Identify Gaps Between the Technical Solution and Requirements, Mr. Frank Salvatore, High Performance Technologies, Inc.
  • 8823 - Win and Influence Design Engineers---Change Their Affordability DNA, Mr. Tim Morrill, Raytheon Company

TRACK 2
Early System Engineering - Bayview II

  • 8951 - USAF View of NRC Pre-A Systems Engineering Study Committee Recommendations As Addressed By Levin-McCain (P.L. 111-23; Weapon Systems Acquisition Reform Act of 2009), Mr. Jeff Loren, SAF/AQR (Alion Science & Technology)
  • 8846 - Air Force Materiel Command Early Systems Engineering, Dr. Brian Kowal, USAF
  • 9016 - A Framework for Enhancing Forward-looking Capability Delivery Metrics, Mr. Leonard Sadauskas, DoD CIO CT&S
  • 9082 - Including Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health (ESOH) Requirements in Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS) Documents, Mr. Sherman Forbes, U.S. Air Force
  • 8835 - T&E Collaboration and Contributions during Early Program Acquisition, Mr. Stephen Scukanec, Northrop Grumman Corporation Aerospace Systems
  • 8795 - Mission-based Test and Evaluation Strategy: Creating Linkages between Technology Development and Mission Capability, Mr. John Beilfuss, U.S. Army Research Laboratory
  • Panel Topic: 8924, 8925 , 8933 - Early Systems Engineering in DoDI 5000.02, Dr. Judith Dahmann, Ms. Lisa Reuss, Ms. Sharon Vannucci, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E
  • 8949 - Updated DoD 5000 and CJCS 3170 Policies: A Requirements to Acquisition Gap Analysis, Mr. John Lohse, Raytheon Company
  • 8813 - Emerging Roles for Systems Engineering in Defense Decision Making; Better Aligning Requirements and Acquisition with the Budget and Security Environments, Mr. Vincent Roske, Institute for Defense Analyses
  • 9026 - Early SE Determination of Best-Fit System Life Cycle Processes, Dr. Barry Boehm, USC

TRACK 3 - Technology Maturity - Bayview I

  • 8991 - Systems Engineering for the Science & Technology Community, Mr. Russell Menko, U. S. Army RDECOM/TARDEC
  • 9017 - Linking Systems Engineering Artifacts with Complex Systems Maturity Assessments, Dr. Brian Sauser, Stevens Institute of Technology
  • 8770 - Incorporating Maturity Assessment into House of Quality for Improved Decision Support Analysis and Risk Management, Mr. Pavel Fomin, U.S. Air Force
  • 8798 - The New Technology Readiness Assessment Process, Dr. Jay Mandelbaum, Institute for Defense Analyses
  • 8870 - S&T Portfolio Maturity & Performance Analysis: The Concept of Critical Research Elements, Mr. Has Patel, Infologic, Inc.
  • 8879 - TRL Vectors in IPPD-based Portfolio Management, Mr. Michael Bartmess, General Dynamics/AIS
  • 8963 - Air Force Concept Maturity Assessment, Mr. George Freeman, U.S. Air Force, Center for Systems Engineering
  • 8900 - DOD's Weapon System Portfolio: Are Results Getting Any Better?, Mr. Michael Sullivan, U.S. Government
  • 8894 - Air Force Initiative - High Confidence Technology Transition Planning Through the Use of Stage-Gates - Update, Mr. Randy Bullard, U.S. Air Force Materiel Command
  • 8891 - A comprehensive overview of techniques for measuring system readiness, Mr. James Bilbro, JB Consulting International

TRACK 4 - Test and Evaluation of SOS - Mission I

  • 8825 - Test and Evaluation in a System of Systems Environment, Mr. Edwin McDermott, 653 ELSW, Electronic Systems Center
  • 8849 - Joint Integration and Interoperability Lab (JSIIL), Mr. Steven Whitehead, SL, J8 Technical Director, USJFCOM
  • 8935 - Systems of Systems Systems Engineering and Test and Evaluation, Dr. Judith Dahmann, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E/MITRE

TRACK 4 - Practical Systems Engineering - Mission I

  • 9014 - SAVI: Aerospace Platform Development and Certification Using Modeling and Simulation to Integrate, then Build, Mr. Gregory Pollari, Rockwell Collins
  • 8855 - Certify and Fly Right: Preparing for DO-297 Certification, Mr. Ketih Custer, Esterline Control Systems-AVISTA
  • 8973 - C-17 Transition to Criteria-based Airworthiness Certification, Mr. Christian Stillings, USAF 516 AESG

TRACK 4 - Test and Evaluation - Mission I

  • 8848 - Integrated Testing: We Can Do It, Dr. Beth Wilson, Raytheon Company
  • 8882 - Test & Evaluation Strategy for the Technology Development Phase, Ms. Darlene Mosser-Kerner, OUSD(AT&L)/DDR&E/DT&E
  • 8883 - Test & Evaluation Products for the Systems Engineering Reviews, Mr. Woody Eischens, OUSD(AT&L)/DDR&E/DT&E
  • 8814 - Joint Mission Environment Test Capability (JMETC), Lowering technical Risk by Improving Distributed Test Capabilities, Mr. Chip Ferguson, JMETC
  • 8901 - Review Results of the NDIA/OSD Software Test Summit/Workshop, Mr. Thomas Wissink, Lockheed Martin IS&GS

TRACK 5 - Human Systems Integration - Mission II

  • 8998 - Human Systems Integration - Ensuring the Human is Considered Left of A, Col Larry Kimm, USAF, U.S Air Force
  • 8885 - Human Systems Integration (HSI) - Integrating Human Concerns into Life Cycle Systems Engineering, Ms. Cynthia Shewell, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • 9012 - Human Systems Integration: Defining and Validating a Framework for Enhanced Systems Development, Dr. Matthew Risser, Pacific Science & Engineering Group
  • 8975 - What is Human Systems Integration (HSI) and why should we do it?, Mr. Stuart Booth, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E
  • 9042 - Bounding the Human Within the System, Mr. Michael Mueller, U.S. Air Force Center for Systems Engineering
  • 8829 - The Army Health Hazard Assessment Program's Medical Cost Avoidance Model, Dr. Timothy A. Kluchinsky, Department of Army

TRACK 5 - System Safety - ESOH - Mission II

  • 9095 - Using Proposed MIL-STD-882 Change 1 For Hazardous Materials Management, Ms. Karen Gill, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • 8890 - Building Safer UGVs with Run-time Safety Invariants, Mr. Michael Wagner, Carnegie Mellon University, NREC
  • Sherman Forbes, U.S. Air Force
  • 882D - Overview of Draft MIL-STD-882D With Change 1, Mr. Bob Smith, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • 9070 - Improving Safety Technology Insertion in DoD Acquisition Programs, Dr. Elizabeth Rodriguez-Johnson, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E
  • 9094 - DoD Green Procurement Program Update and Path Forward, Mr. David Asiello, Office of the Secretary of Defense
  • 9091 - Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health (ESOH) Risk and Technology Requirements Reporting at Acquisition Program Reviews, Ms. Lucy Rodriguez, Booz Allen Hamilton

TRACK 6 - System of Systems - Mission III

  • 8898 - Designing Collaborative Systems of Systems in support of Multi-sided Markets, Mr. Philip Boxer, SEI
  • 8892 - SysML Strategies to Characterize and Analyze Systems of Systems, Dr. Jo Ann Lane, University of Southern California
  • 9041 - On Modeling and Simulation Methods for Capturing Emergent Behaviors for Systems of Systems, Dr. Jack Zentner, Georgia Tech Research Institute
  • 9060 - M&S Support for SoS SE, Dr.Joann Lane, USC
  • 8776 - The Modular SOS Paradigm: an Availability Paradox?, Mr. Peter Gentile, Northrop Grumman Corporation
  • 8866 - Extending FMECA to Systems of Systems, Mr. Leopoldo Mayoral, Johns Hopkins University/APL
  • NDIA SoS Committee Report, Dr. Judith Dahman, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E/MITRE
  • 8960 - A Distillation of Lessons Learned from Complex System of Systems Acquisitions, Dr. Richard Turner, Stevens Institute
  • 8784 - Establishing a Departmental-Level Systems-of-Systems Engineering Management Construct for the Department of the Navy, Progress Report, Mr. John Kevin Smith, Asst Sec of the Navy for RD&A, Chief Engineer
  • 8942 - DoD Systems of Systems Update, Dr. Judith Dahmann, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E/MITRE
  • 8961 - Engineering Systems of Systems: An Integration Perspective, Dr. Emmett Maddry, NSWCDD

TRACK 7 - Program Management - Palm I

  • 8979 - Boots on the Ground: Tactical Planning at Program Start Up, Mr. Gerry Becker, Harris Corporation
  • 8999 - Program Signature Measurement, Mr. James Thompson, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E
  • 9103 - The Economics of CMMI®, Mr. Geoff Draper, Harris
  • 8995 - Integrated Systems Engineering and Developmental Test and Evaluation, Mr. Chris DiPetto, DUSD(A&T)/SSE
  • 9021 - Critical Success Factors for Milestone Review Risk Identification, Dr. Barry Boehm, USC
  • 9030 - Lessons Learned in Motivating Software Engineering Process Group to Focus on Achieving Business Goals and Not on Just Achieving a Maturity Level, Mr. Girish Seshagiri, Advanced Information Services Inc.
  • 9003 - CMMI® for Executives, Mr. Geoff Draper, Harris Corporation
  • 9034 - Sustainment and Continued Institutionalization of Best Practices and CMMI® at SPAWAR, Mr. Michael Kutch, SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic
  • 8791 - Cost and Risk Impacts of the New DOD 5000 Defense Acquisition Framework, Dr. Peter Hantos, The Aerospace Corporation
  • 8895 - A Comprehensive Review of Maturity Assessment Approaches for Improved Defense Acquisition, Ms. Nazanin Azizian, The George Washington University

TRACK 8 - Net-Centric Operations/Interoperability - Palm II

  • 8874 - The Boeing System of Systems Engineering (SoSE) Process and Its Use in Developing Legacy-Based Net-Centric Systems of Systems, Mr. John Palmer, The Boeing Company
  • 9010 - Network Enabled Weapons, A System Engineering Approach to Achieve Interoperabilty, Mr. Andrew Lieux, Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division
  • 8854 - Human Interoperability Enterprise and Net Centric Operations, Mr. Jack Zavin, ASD (NII)
  • 8780 - Net-Centric Best Practices, Mr. Hiekeun Ko, JPEO-CBD - Software Support Activity
  • 8788 - Data sharing in a Stability Operations Community of Interest: Utilizing a pilot program to prove concepts and develop trust., Mr. Gerald Christman, Femme Comp Inc.
  • 8853 - C4I Architecture for Joint ASW, Mr. Gregory Miller, Naval Postgraduate School
  • 8929 - Extending Net-Centric Quality of Service to Systems of Systems, Maj Vinod Naga, USAF, Air Force Institute of Technology
  • 9081 - Testing in Service-oriented Environments, Mr. Soumya Simanta, SEI
  • 8913 - Linking Interoperability and Measures of Effectiveness: A Method for Evaluating Architectures, Dr. David Jacques, Air Force Institute of Technology

TRACK 8 - Speciality Engineering - Palm II

  • 8944 - DoD's Refocus on Specialty Engineering (Reliability, Availability and Maintainability; Producibility and Quality, Supportability, Safety and Human Systems Integration), Mr. Chester Bracuto, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E
  • 9043 - Implementing the Materiel Availability KPP in DoD acquisition programs-balancing life-cycle costs with warfighter needs, Mr. Grant Schmieder, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E
  • 8873 - IUID enables streamlined acquisition and system engineering, Mr. Robert Leibrandt, DoD UID Policy Office
  • 8958 - Security Systems Engineering, Mrs. Kristen Baldwin, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, CONCURRENT SESSIONS

TRACK 1 - Systems Engineering Effectiveness - Bayview III

  • 8887 - Achieving a Systems Engineering Culture in a Science and Technology Laboratory Environment, Mr. Robert Rapson, Materials and Manufacturing Directorate, AFRL
  • 8920 - A Methodology for Assessing Systems Engineering Practices, Ms. Lauren Levy, Johns Hopkins University/APL
  • 9097 - Acquisition ESOH Risk Management-How to Make It Work, Mr. Bob Smith, Booz Allen Hamilton

TRACK 1 - Architecture - Bayview III

  • 8831 - Human-Centered Design in Systems Engineering: Human View Methodology, Dr. Robert Smillie, SPAWAR
  • 8830 - Systems Engineering Needs of the DoDAF - Report of the Architecture Frameworks Working Group, Mr. Joe Kuncel, Northrop Grumman Corporation
  • 8824 - Delivering DoDAF Version 2.0 to Architects and Systems Engineers for IT Systems and Services, Mr. Walt Okon, Department of Defense, CIO, Enterprise Architecture
  • 8971 - Advancing Systems Engineering Practice using Model Based System Development, Mr. Sanford Friedenthal, Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • 9004 - Evolving Systems Engineering through Model Driven Functional Analysis, Dr. Mark Blackburn, Systems and Software Consortium

TRACK 2 - Logistics Systems - Bayview II

  • 9063 - An Integrated RAM Approach to System Design and Support, Mr. Robert Finlayson, Johns Hopkins University/APL
  • 9031 - Supportability Lessons Learned with Line Replaceable Modules, Ms. Heity Hsiung, Raytheon Company
  • 8908 - Successful First AESA Deployment through Application of System Engineering, Mr. Scott Nichols, Raytheon Company
  • 9039 - Applying Systems Engineering to Fielded Weapon Systems and End-Items, Mr. Michael Ucchino, AF Center for Systems Engineering
  • 9008 - Upgrade Fluid System Filter Element Monitoring To Increase Operational Reliability and Support Condition Based Maintenance Capability, Mr. Gary Rosenberg, Constellation Technology Corportation
  • 8834 - Tailoring Systems Engineering for Technical Support of Legacy Products, Mr. Joseph Skandera, BAE Systems
  • 9092 - The role of simulation in tracking mobile assets using RFID technology, Mr. Swee Leong, National Institute of Standards and Technology

TRACK 3 - Modeling & Simulation - Bayview I

  • 8939 - Understanding the New DoD Instruction 5000.61: DoD Modeling & Simulation Verification, Validation and Accreditation (VV&A), Mr. Michael Truelove, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E
  • 8950 - Live, Virtual, Constructive Architecture Roadmap: The Quest for Interoperability, Standards, and Reuse, Dr. Gary Allen, Joint Training Integration & Evaluation Center
  • 9048 - Revisions to the Acquisition Modeling & Simulation Master Plan, Mr. Stephen Swenson, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E
  • 8759 - A Systems Engineering Framework for Integrating M&S Development Best Practices, Dr. Katherine Morse, Johns Hopkins University/APL
  • 9052 - Best Practices in Contracting for Models, Simulations, and Associated Data, Mr. Dennis Shea, CNA
  • 8947 - Report on a Study on Management Concepts for Broadly-Needed Modeling and Simulation Tools in the U.S. Department of Defense, Dr. James Coolahan, Johns Hopkins University/APL
  • 8836 - Producibility Modeling & Simulation Needs for Early Systems Engineering Evaluations of Alternative Design Concepts, Dr. Al Sanders, Honeywell Aerospace
  • 8810 - Using Simulation to Define and allocate probabilistic Requirements, Ms. Yvonne Bijan, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics
  • 8923 - Integration of Operational Simulations With Physics-Based Models For Engineering Analysis, Mr. Stephen Guest, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

TRACK 4 - Practical Systems Engineering - Mission I

  • 8980 - Using Model-driven Engineering Techniques for Integrated Flight Simulation Development, Mr. Douglas Fiehler, Raytheon Missile Systems
  • 9007 - Technology Maturation for the Automated Aerial Refueling (AAR) Project, Ms. Carol Ventresca, SynGenics Corporation
  • 8880 - Naval Postgraduate School Advanced Seabase Enabler Project: A Systems Engineering Case Study, Mr. Lance Flitter, NSWC, Carderock Division
  • 8946 - Protecting the Mission, Preserving Legacy and Promoting Growth, Ms. Patti Scaramuzzo, Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • 9054 - A-10 Avionics System Architecture Trade Study and Analysis (AVSATA) Program, Mr. Richard Sorensen, KIHO Military Acquisition Consulting, Inc.
  • 8976 - A Systems Engineering Model for Roadmap Alignment, Mr. Si Dok, U. S. Army TARDEC
  • 9080 - Rapid Systems Engineering of the MRAP Gunner Restraint System Saves Lives, Ms. Michelle Bowen, JPO MRAP
  • 9002 - Key Considerations for Building Highly Available, Mission-Critical Systems, Mr. Stephen Mills, GoAhead Software

TRACK 5 - Human Systems Integration - Mission II

  • 8937 - Integrating the Human into the system, integrating HSI Tools into Systems Engineering, Dr. Jennifer Narkevicius, Jenius LLC
  • 9064 - Economics of Human Systems Integration: Early Life Cycle Cost Estimation Using HSI Requirements, 2ndLt Kevin Liu, USMC, MIT
  • Proccess Management and tool selection to minimize risk of hand-arm vibration syndrome, Mr. Sherman Forbes, U.S. Air Force

TRACK 5 - Systems Engineering Development Environment - Mission II

  • 8945 - Standards Based Development Environment, Mr. Christopher Oster, Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • 8922 - The Role of DoD in Systems Engineering Standards and Models, Mr. Donald Gantzer, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E
  • 8844 - The Power of the Spec: Understanding the Many Diverse Roles in SE of Good Specifications & Standards., Mr. Robert Kuhnen, U.S. Air Force
  • 8967 - Generating Visual and Interactive Output from System Engineering Tools, Mr. John Schatz, Systems and Proposal Engineering Company
  • 9015 - Challenges and Benefits of applying ISO STEP, Mr. Stuart Booth, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E
  • 9059 - Smallsat Conceptual Design Trade and Cost Modeling Tool, Dr. Deganit Armon, Advatech Pacific, Inc

TRACK 6 - Enterprise Health Management - Mission III

  • 8815 - Applying Systems Engineering to Operational System Improvements, Ms. Ryanne Gentry, Acquisition Logistics Engineering
  • 8842 - Applications in Integrated Diagnostics, Mr. Jimmy Simmons, Georgia Tech Research Institute
  • 8884 - Tactical Wheeled Vehicle Integrated Diagnostics, Mr Lawrence Osentoski, DRIVE Developments, Inc.

TRACK 6 - System of Systems - Mission III

  • 8964 - Software Assurance in a System of Systems World: Interoperability Challenges - Reports from the Field, Dr. Carol Sledge, SEI
  • 8969 - An Introduction to Influence Maps: Foundations, Construction, and Use, Mr. James Smith, SEI
  • 9024 - Dynamic Modeling of Programmatic and Systematic, Dr. Brian Sauser, Purdue University
  • 8915 - System of Systems Challenges and Solutions: Case Study Insights, Mr. John Colombi, U.S. Air Force Institute of Technology

TRACK 7 - Work Force Development - Palm I

  • 8966 - Improving Systems Engineering Curriculum Using a Competency-Based Assessment Approach, Ms. Alice Squires, Stevens Institute of Technology
  • 9088 - Enhancing Systems Engineering Competencies in the Enterprise, Mr. Gary Roedler, Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • 8789 - Achieving Acquisition Excellence via Improving the Systems-Engineering Workforce, Dr. Kenneth Nidiffer, SEI
  • 8926 - Systems Engineering Workforce Development Update, Dr. Don Gelosh, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E
  • 9076 - Assessing Systems Engineering Personnel Competency: Framework and Tool Experience, Dr. Barry Boehm, University of Southern California
  • 8943 - Team SE Skill Set, Mr. Charles Garland, U.S. Air Force Center for Systems Engineering
  • 8956 - Systems Engineering Approach to Workforce Development, Mr. James Miller, U.S. Air Force
  • 9046 - Developing an Introductory Systems Engineering Practitioners Course: Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) With SysML, Mr. Joseph Wolfrom, Johns Hopkins University/APL
  • 8878 - Advanced Simulation Course for Army Simulation Management Professionals, Dr. Gene Paulo, Naval Postgraduate School

TRACK 8 - Software Intensive Systems - Palm II

  • 8977 - Overview of DoD Software Engineering Initiatives, Mr. Scott Lucero, Systems Engineering Directorate, ODDR&E
  • 8820 - Graduate Software Engineering Reference Curriculum (GSwERC), Ms. Nicole Hutchison, Analytic Services, Inc.
  • 8739 - Quality Assessment of Software-Intensive System Architectures and their Requirements (QUASAR), Mr. Donald Firesmith, SEI
  • 8812 - A Systems Engineering Approach to Multi-Level Security in a Service Oriented Architecture, Mr. Timothy Greer, Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • 9104 - Static Code Analysis: Best Practices for Software Assurance in the Acquisition Life Cycle, Mr. Paul Croll, CSC
  • 8996 - Engineering Improvement in Software Assurance: A Landscape Framework, Ms. Lisa Brownsword, SEI
  • 8802 - Open Source Technology for Enterprise Health Management, Mr. Edward Beck, CSC
  • 8901 - Review Results of the NDIA/OSD Software Test Summit/Workshop, Mr. Thomas Wissink, Lockheed Martin IS&GS
  • 9506 - Software Acquisition Management Practical Experience, Mr. James Jones, SSAI