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Saturday, 31 March 2012: System Architecture and the Systems Engineer

by Communications Team on February 16, 2012  •   Print This Post Print This Post   •   

Our Next Tutorial

31 March 2012 (8:00am – Noon)
System Architecture and the Systems Engineer
Richard Taylor, Evolver
taylorTutorial:  The seminar addresses the three system development life cycle technical processes for which the systems architect is primarily responsible. Within each of these processes, the critical decisions that must be made and the artifacts that record those decisions are presented. Those processes are: (1) Stakeholder Requirements Definition and (2) The Requirements Analysis (3) The Architectural Design.

Instructor: Mr. Taylor is As a certified senior systems architect with experiance in a wide range of large systems, including the Data Capture System for the US 2000 Decennial Census, U.S. Customs modernization, Classified Intelligence System, etc. He has made numerous presentations on systems architecting at international conferences and has published several articles on system architecting in trade journals. Mr. Taylor presently works for Evolver in Reston, Virginia and is also an Adjunct Professor for the UMBC College of Engineering and Information Technology, Systems Engineering Graduate Programs, where he teaches ENEE 661: System Architecture and Design.

Location: Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University;
11100 Johns Hopkins Rd Laurel MD 20723 (Kossiakoff Center)

Cost: $30 includes light continental breakfast.

>>Download the Tutorial Flyer Here<<


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