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Monday, May 14, 2012

11:00 AM - 5:30 PM Registration in George Mason Inn and Conference Center Foyer 11:00 AM - 5:30 PM Vendor Setup in George Mason Inn and Conference Center Hallway Tutorial Presentations
Meeting Room 1 1:00 5:00 PM
Lifecycle Modeling on the Cloud: An Approach to Simplified, Rapid Development, Operations, and Support. Dr. Steven H. Dam, SPEC Innovations

Meeting Room 2
Performing the Conceptual Design and Documenting it in a CONOPS. Joseph F. Iaquinto, TASC

Meeting Room 3
The Art of the Trade Study. Mark A. Wilson, Strategy Bridge

Tuesday, May 15, 2012


7:00 AM - 5:30 PM 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM 8:00 AM - 8:15 AM 8:15 AM - 8:30 AM 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM Registration in George Mason Inn and Conference Center Foyer Continental Breakfast in Conference Center Hallway with Sponsors SEDC Conference Call to Order and Announcements (Conference Chair) Welcome to SEDC 2012 Opening Keynote Presentation (Mr. Steven Welby, DASD/SE)

9:30 AM - 10:20 AM Networking Break in Conference Center Hallway with Sponsors Paper Presentations
DoD (Junior Ballroom) 10:2010:50
Track Chair: John Snoderly D-1. Affordable, Effective and Adaptable Defense Systems Design. Kristen Baldwin, OUSD/SE D-2. Transatlantic Development of a COTS Product. John Masiyowski, Raytheon D-3. Defense Acquisition Changes & Agile Systems Engineering. Dr. Indu Singh, Vik Chauhan , Richard Foster, Deloitte

Non-DoD (Meeting Room 1)


Track Chair: JJ McElwee N-1. Enterprise Integration: A Framework for Connecting the Dots. Kenneth Kepchar, Ron Stroup N-2. Multidimensional Risk (MRISK). Douglas Brown, BAH, Gaudy Bezos-OConnor, NASA N-3. The Seven Samurai of Systems Engineering: Dealing with the Complexity of 7 Interrelated Systems. James Martin, The Aerospace Corporation

Commercial (Meeting Room 2)


Track Chair: Jerry Fisher C-1. Representations and Models: SysML and Beyond. David Long, Vitech Corporation C-2. Model-Based System Integration (MBSI) An Instructional Approach Paul Montgomery, Naval Postgraduate School C-3. The Unintended Consequences of Implementing Information Technology Michael Sallada, SRA

Academic (Meeting Room 3)


Track Chair: Sarah Sheard A-1. Complexity Measurements for Systems Engineering. Sarah Sheard, Third Millennium Systems A-2. On the Nature of Systems. James Martin, The Aerospace Corporation

10:5511:25

11:3012:00

A-3. Frontier, Intelligent Decision Engine for Designing Stable Adaptable Complex Systems: An Overview. Thomas Speller, George Mason University

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Lunch. Sponsored by IBM Rational

Tuesday, May 15, 2012 (early afternoon)

Paper Presentations
DoD (Junior Ballroom) 1:001:30
Track Chair: JJ McElwee D-4. Combining DOD Test Information from Disparate Test Events. Mark London, US Navy

Non-DoD (Meeting Room 1)


Track Chair: Karen Kelly N-4. Key Systems Engineering Processes for (Cost) Effective Cyber Security in a Dynamic Threat Environment. Kevin M. Stoffell, Battelle

Commercial (Meeting Room 2)


Track Chair: Jerry Fisher C-4. Lifecycle Modeling A Quick Overview of a New Methodology for Simple, Rapid Development, Operations and Support. Steven Dam, SPEC Innovations C-5. Lifecycle Modeling Application to Software Development. Chris Ritter, SPEC Innovations

Academic (Meeting Room 3)


Track Chair: Beth Anderson A-4. The Statistical Analysis of the Impact of Adequate Testing on the Defense Systems Development. Zaw P. Tun, Dr. Thomas Holzer, Dr. Shahryar Sarkani, Dr. Timothy Eveleigh, George Washington University

1:352:05

D-5. Using MBSE And Iterative Interviews To Model And Improve Business Processes. Joseph G. Maley, Vitech Corporation

N-5. A Proposed Approach to Integrating Hazard Analyses with Requirement Definition and Verification. Benjamin Herbert, Orbital Sciences Corp. N-6. RiskMosiac Connecting the Dots Across the Enterprise. Kenneth Kepchar

A-5. Impact of Knowledge Management System in Enterprise Architecture. John Laskar, George Washington University

2:102:40

D-6. Leveraging ServiceOriented Architectures with MBSE. Zane Scott, Vitech Corporation

C-6. Zachman Framework Plus Six Sigma Yields Improved Architectures. John Masiyowski, Raytheon

A-6. A Framework for the Evaluation of ROI of Technology Readiness Assessments for Major Defense Acquisition Programs of the U.S. DOD Using Real Options Analysis. Reginald U. Bailey, Dr. Thomas A. Mazzuchi, Dr. Shahram Sarkani, and Dr. David F. Rico, George Washington University

2:40 PM - 3:30 PM. Networking Break in Conference Center Hallway with Sponsors

Tuesday, May 15, 2012 (late afternoon and evening)

Paper Presentations
DoD (Junior Ballroom) 3:304:00
Track Chair: John Snoderly D-7. Systems Engineering Strategic Planning. Paul AmRhein, Strategy Bridge

Non-DoD (Meeting Room 1)


Track Chair: John Viar N-7. Designing the National Airspace System Using a Design Structure Matrix Approach. Jamaal Lipscomb, George Washington University N-8. Provide International Disaster Emergency Support (ProvIDES). John B. Viar, Jr., SPEC Innovations N-9. Readiness and Resilience Level Assessment Tool (R2LAT) John B. Viar, Jr., SPEC Innovations

Commercial (Meeting Room 2)


Track Chair: Jerry Fisher C-7. An Overview of the INCOSE Systems Engineering Professional Program David D. Walden, Sysnovation

Academic (Meeting Room 3)


Track Chair: Sarah Sheard A-7. The Effects of Legacy System Reuse on DoD Programs. Meredith Eiband, LockheedMartin Corporation

4:054:35

D-8. Unified System ility Definition Framework. Andrew Long, Kinsey Technical Services, Inc.

C-8. A Scientific Approach to Software Security Dennis Fisher, Threat Post

A-8. Systems Engineering Business Context. Charl Harding, CSIR

4:405:10

D-9. A Comparative Analysis of Systems Engineering to Lean Six Sigma. Bill Fournier, SAIC

C-9. A new paradigm for early systems engineering Brian Berenbach, Siemans

A-9. Knowledge Strategist Architect. Annie Green

5:10 PM - 5:30 PM 5:30 PM 7:00 PM

Networking Break in Conference Center Hallway with Sponsors Reception

Wednesday, May 16, 2012


7:00 AM 12:00 PM Registration in George Mason Inn and Conference Center Foyer 7:00 AM - 8:15 AM 8:15 AM - 8:30 AM Continental Breakfast in Conference Center Hallway with Sponsors Call to Order/Announcements (Conference Chair)

8:30 AM - 9:30 AM Panel Session: Topic Systems Engineering Workforce (Moderator: Jerry Fisher, Panelists: Dr. John Snoderly, DAU; Steve Kapurch, NASA; Dr. Ariela Sofer, GMU; Mr. John Thomas, INCOSE President) 9:30 AM - 10:20 AM Networking Break in Conference Center Hallway with Sponsors

Paper Presentations
DoD-1 (Junior Ballroom) 10:2010:50
Track Chair: Beth Anderson D-10. Gorilla Systems Engineering versus Guerilla Systems Engineering. Keith Taggart, Ph.D., SPEC Innovations

DoD-2 (Meeting Room 1)


Track Chair: JJ McElwee D-16. A Knowledge Based Technical Approach to Capability Development. Mark Pflanz, Chris Yunker, and Fred Wehrli, Booz-Allen Hamilton D-17. Comparing and Contrasting Systems Engineering with Security Engineering. Robert Marchant, Sotera Defense Solutions

Commercial (Meeting Room 2)


Track Chair: Jerry Fisher C-10. Transforming the Enterprise Using a Systems Approach James Martin, The Aerospace Corporation

Academic (Meeting Room 3)


Track Chair: John Laskar A-10. A Model-Based Approach to Joint Capabilities: vocabulary, semantics, and architectural patterns. Alexander K Bocast A-11. Undergraduate Systems Engineering Programs - How it did and did not prepare me. Kevin Weinstein, BoozAllen Hamilton

10:5511:25

D-11. System Engineering of Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Based Systems. Joseph F Iaquinto

11:3012:00

D-12. Executable Architecture Systems Engineering. Joseph S. McDonnell, Ph.D., Dynamic Animation Systems, Inc.

D-18. Targeting Affordability and Controlling Cost Growth through Should-Cost Analysis. Anthony A DeMarco, Price Systems

C-11. Rx-Decision: A decision support tool for optimal prescription drug coverage for Medicare patients. Chris Anderson, Joey Fadul, Anupam Menon, and Harold Terceros, George Mason University C-12. All Systems Go! (Systems) thinking our way to better world using techniques in strategic communications. Robert Siegle, Reach Strategies

A-12. Using the Knowledge Pyramid to Characterize Knowledge-Generating Systems. James Martin, The Aerospace Corporation

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Lunch. Sponsored by UMBC Training

Wednesday, May 16, 2012 (afternoon)

Paper Presentations
DoD-1 (Junior Ballroom) 1:001:30
Track Chair: Karen Kelly D-13. Evoking a Core SE Technical Development Methodology to Develop a SyS, FoS, and SoS. Dr. Darryl A. Gomez, George Washington University

DoD-2 (Meeting Room 1)


Track Chair: JJ McElwee D-19. Test Evaluation and Certification. Vikram S Chauhan, Deloitte

Commercial (Meeting Room 2)


Track Chair: Jerry Fisher C-13. Aerospace Companies and Investment Risk. Laurie Wiggins, LJW Enterprises

Academic (Meeting Room 3)


Track Chair : John Laskar A-13. Applying Model Bases System Engineering to Manage Communication in a Multi-Agency/MultiStakeholder Environment of Science and Technology/ Research and Development Projects Magda Batista-Carver, et. al., George Washington University A-14. Trade-off Analysis of ROI for Capability SteppingStones to a Lunar Habitat Daniel Hettema, et. al. George Mason Universitiy A-15. Enterprise Modeling for the Analysis of Alternatives Process in Proposal Generation Saad El Beleidy, et. al., George Mason Univsersity

1:352:05

D-14. Methodologies for understanding and measuring the impact of design and systems engineering decisions on affordability. Zachary Jasnoff, Price Systems D-15. Requirements Formulation- Document Management vs. Model Based System Engineering. Clifford Levine, Vitech Corporation

D-20. Systems Engineering and the Forgotten -ilities. James D. Willis, Jr, SPEC Innovations

C-14. Why Affordability Is a Systems Engineering Metric. Quentin Redman, Price Systems

2:102:40

D-21. Requirement Development Techniques for Custom COTS Product. John Masiyowski, Raytheon

C-15. The Rational Solution for Systems and Software Engineering. Greg Gorman, IBM

2:40 PM - 3:30 PM. Networking Break in Conference Center Hallway with Sponsors

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Engineer)

Closing Keynote Presentation (Dr. Michael Ryschkewitch, NASA Chief