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Wednesday, 17 Oct 2012: Framework for Model-based Systems Engineering

by Communications Team on September 23, 2012  •   Print This Post Print This Post   •   

Wednesday, 17 October 2012 (6:00 – 8:00 pm)
Rigorous Framework for Model-based Systems Engineering and Applications

Speaker: John S. Baras, Lockheed Martin Chair in Systems Engineering

Presentation: Advances in Information Technology have enabled the design of complex engineered systems, and systems of systems with large number of heterogeneous components and capable of multiple complex functions. These advances have at the same time increased the capabilities of such systems and have increased their complexity to such an extent that systematic design towards predictable performance is extremely difficult if not unfeasible today. Mr. Baras will describe a rigorous framework he and his team are developing for model-based systems engineering (MBSE), a system level design methodology that addresses these challenges. He will describe the three fundamental challenges for MBSE within this framework: (a) An integrated systems modeling hub built around SysML; (b) A methodology to link this modeling hub with tradeoff analysis tools for design space exploration; (c) Representation and management of requirements. He then will next describe applications of the framework to a few important current technological problems.
Location: Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University;
11100 Johns Hopkins Rd Laurel MD 20723 (Main Entrance – Lobby 1) 

Join us for Dinner: Curried Chicken Served over Basmati Rice Fresh vegetable of the day, rolls and butter, dessert, including a small Fruit Plate, coffee, iced tea.

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Paying online with PayPal: Go to our Registration Page can pay on line via credit card. In order to make sure we have enough food please register for the event even if you plan to pay at the door.

Presentation ONLY: FREE at 7pm in Parsons Auditorium

But please register for Lecture Only Option: There could be a big turnout for this event, for planning purposes please RSVP via our registration webpage even if you don’t plan on joining us for dinner.

The purpose of the Chesapeake Chapter is to foster the definition, understanding, and practice of world class systems engineering in industry, academia, and government. In light of that goal, every month at our dinner meeting we have a drawing for the latest in Systems Engineering literature. So come on out for a chance to win.
October’s door prize is:
Door Prize for this month A Practical Guide to SysML: The Systems Modeling Language
by Sanford Friedenthal, Alan Moore, Rick Steiner

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