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Funded graduated research assistant opportunities for prospective PhD students

Our research group has several funded graduate research assistant opportunities for outstanding PhD-seeking graduate students interested in high-speed systems/mission design research, especially enabled by AI/ML. Due to Department of Defense (DoD) regulations related to this research area, successful applicants for these graduate research assistantship will be US citizens.

2019 INCOSE SE Best Journal Article Award

The journal article titled "System architecting and design space characterization" by Dr. Raz, Dr. Kenley and Dr. DeLaurentis has won the 2019 INCOSE SE Journal's best article award. Congratulations!

Spring 2019 Graduates

Congratulations to Michael Jacobs on earning his PhD and Alex Dukes for earning her MS (thesis) degrees. Both now have great jobs in industry, and we wish them well.

Fall 2018 graduates

Kushal Moolchandani and Aleksandra Dervisevic graduated this semester with PhD and MS degrees, respectively.
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CISA research is focused upon the development of foundational theories, methods and tools for addressing challenges characterized as system-of-systems. Pursuit of this focus includes establishment of an effective frame of reference, crafting of a common lexicon, and study of various modeling and simulation techniques, including probabilistic robust design (e.g., uncertainty modeling/management), agent-based modeling, network theory, object oriented simulations, and tools for capturing the interaction of requirements, concepts, and technologies. The Center seeks to advance the "science of integration" in multiple domains, including especially Next-generation Air Transportation Architectures (especially including the presence of revolutionary aerospace vehicles, new business models, and alternate policy constructs), integrated defense/command and control/battle management, human and robotic space exploration, and several others.