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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  • AIAA Fellow Details Apollo Guidance Computer
    23 July 2019 Mashable reported that the Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) contributed to NASA’s lunar landing 50 years ago despite having “less than 80 kilobytes of memory.” The AGC “was revolutionary for its time,” because “in the 1950s, when the prototype was conceived for a hypothetical mission to Mars, there weren’t many tech companies NASA […]
  • SpaceX Prepares For Launch Of Used Dragon Cargo Ship On Wednesday
    22 July 2019 SPACE reported that “the next SpaceX launch is just days away as the California-based rocket builder is targeting Wednesday, July 24, for the launch of its next robotic resupply mission to the” ISS. NASA officials “said that Dragon will also be carrying 2,500 lbs. (1,135 kilograms) of science gear, which will enable […]
  • Soyuz MS-13 Crew Launches To ISS On Moon Landing Anniversary
    22 July 2019 SPACE reported that NASA astronaut Drew Morgan, Roscosmos cosmonaut Aleksandr Skvortsov, and ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano launched Saturday “for the International Space Station, where they plan, in part, to contribute to research supporting the return of humans to the moon in the near future.” The Soyuz MS-13 crew’s liftoff occurred “50 years to […]
  • NASA Video Shows Scientists Probing Apollo 11 Moon Rocks For Life In 1969
    19 July 2019 SPACE reports that NASA “has finally released footage of researchers examining...lunar samples for signs of life” after the Apollo 11 mission in 1969. Chemists and biologists at NASA’s Ames Research Center “carefully analyzed samples of moon rocks and soil,” and they “worked in a specially designed clean room, using the most sophisticated […]

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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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