Coming Untethered: The Unintended Consequences of Hyper Digitalization

In her new book, Dr. Julie Albright explores the impact of a digital society on our relationships and behaviors.

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INCOSE: International Council on Systems Engineering Honors 2018 Award Recipients

Professor and SAE Program Executive Director Azad Madni and PhD student and former SAE Lecturer Marilee Wheaton received INCOSE’s 2018 Outstanding Service Award.

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Systems Architecting and Engineering

The USC Viterbi School’s Systems Architecting and Engineering program provides graduate engineers and engineering managers with the advanced knowledge and skills necessary for conceptualizing, designing, implementing, and managing complex systems. The emphasis is both on the processes by which complex systems are conceived, planned, designed, built, tested and certified as well as the system itself. The knowledge and insights gained from the SAE program can be applied to defense, space, aircraft, homeland security, healthcare, and energy grid, transportation and other commercial industries.

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  • Commercial UAV Market To Reach $14 Billion Over Next Decade
    18 July 2019 Reuters reports that a study by Teal Group determined that the $4.9 billion commercial UAV market will grow to $14.3 billion over the next 10 years as the FAA allows the operation of more types of UAV flights. The study says Chinese UAV manufacturers account for about three-quarters of the commercial and consumer […]
  • Apollo 11 Significant For Science, Technology
    18 July 2019 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that July 20 “marks the 50-year anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission that saw three astronauts, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins travel to where no man had gone before.” Apart from the “obvious reason the historic Apollo 11 mission was so important, there are other reasons the […]
  • “Apollo On Steroids”: NASA’s Mission To Get The First Woman And Next Man To The Moon By 2024
    17 July 2019 CBS News reports, “Fifty years after the Apollo 11 launch, NASA is setting its sights on a trip back to the moon. The goal is to return to the lunar surface by 2024, in a mission described as ‘Apollo on steroids’ – but some critics argue that’s unrealistic amid budget concerns and already-missed […]
  • Apollo 11 Astronaut Returns To Launch Pad Where First Humans Lifted Off For The Moon
    17 July 2019 Reuters reports that “Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins returned to the launch pad Tuesday at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida where he flew to the moon 50 years ago along with the late Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. ‘Wonderful feeling to be back at launch pad 39A,’ Collins, the command module pilot […]

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Coming Untethered: The Unintended Consequences of Hyper Digitalization

In her new book, Dr. Julie Albright explores the impact of a digital society on our relationships and behaviors.

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INCOSE: International Council on Systems Engineering Honors 2018 Award Recipients

Professor and SAE Program Executive Director Azad Madni and PhD student and former SAE Lecturer Marilee Wheaton received INCOSE’s 2018 Outstanding Service Award.

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