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    Name:  Let's Get Digital Webinar: About Resilience Engineering in (and of) Digital Engineering

    Date:  February 23, 2023 

    Time: 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. ET (10:00 - 11:00 a.m. PT)

    CLPs: 1.0

    Participant Resources

    Survey link:  We value your input.  Visit to access a short survey. https://eval.dau.edu/jfe/form/SV_ePOtI66PnOCGn2K?EventID=866   A certificate will be e-mailed to you which you can use to request the 1.0 CL point for this event.  

    Who Should Attend:  Government, Military, and Industry at all levels who want to learn about the tenets and principles of Digital Engineering to promote change and collaboration across DoD.

    Speaker: Mr.  Kenneth Cureton

    Description:  System Resilience is the ability of an engineered system (or System of Systems) to provide required capability when facing adversity.  For the purpose of resilience, an adversity is anything that might degrade the capability provided by a system. Achieving resilience requires consideration of all sources and types of adversity; adversities that are expected or not. Adversities may be issues, risks, or unknown-unknowns and may arise from inside or outside the system.  The fundamental objectives of resilience are avoiding, withstanding, and recovering from adversity. Resilience focuses on providing required capability - not necessarily with maintaining the architecture or composition of the system.

    Mr. Ken Cureton will join us to discuss resiliency within Digital Engineering and its importance to DoD systems.  There will be a Q&A portion.


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    Biography:  Mr. Ken Cureton

    Mr. Kenneth Cureton is the Chair of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Resilient Systems Working Group (RSWG) and is an INCOSE representative to the International Standards Organization (ISO) ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 7/WG 30 "Systems Resilience".  In these efforts, Mr. Cureton works with various teams to develop, promote, and advance various Systems Engineering methods, tools, and techniques for resilience of Engineered Systems and System of Systems.  He contributes these work products to support the promising field of Digital Engineering (DE) in order to measure, model, and evaluate resilience to adversities encountered in DE of complex and complicated systems as well as adversities in the DE environments used to support such systems.

    Mr. Cureton is the Technical Council Chairman Emeritus of the now-disbanded Network-Centric Operations Industry Consortium (NCOIC).  He retired from Boeing (heritage Rockwell Space Transportation Systems Division) after 29 years of experience as a Senior Systems Engineer and accomplished another 16 years of successful technical leadership in commercial and government sectors. Mr. Cureton is currently an Industry Lecturer at the University of Southern California (USC) in the Systems Architecting and Engineering (SAE) program.


    Additional Resources: 

    INCOSE RESILIENT SYSTEMS WORKING GROUP

    MOA Signed Between Defense Acquisition University and the INCOSE Foundation

    Let's Get Digital webinar series on kaltura.com

    INCOSE RSWG https://www.incose.org/incose-member-resources/working-groups/analytic/resilient-systems

    INCOSE Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge (SEBoK) https://sebokwiki.org/wiki/System_Resilience
    (see SEBoK System Resilience section references for more details) 

    John S. Brtis Paper #22 presented at 2022 Annual INCOSE Western States Regional Conference

    Brtis, J.S. 2016. How to Think About Resilience in a DoD Context: A MITRE Recommendation.
    MITRE Corporation, Colorado Springs, CO. MTR 160138, PR 16-20151

    Madni, A.M., Erwin, D., and Sievers, M. "Constructing Models for Systems Resilience: Challenges, Concepts, Formal Methods, and Illustrative Examples", MDPI Systems, 2020, 8,3; doi:10.3390/systems8010003

    Ivan Taylor, "Systems Dynamics Support to  Resilience Analysis of a Complex System" presentation to RSWG

    Neches, R. and Madni, A.M. "Towards Affordably Adaptable and Effective Systems,"
    Systems Engineering, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 224-234, Summer 2013

    George J. Friedman & Phan Phan, "Constraint Theory – Multidimensional Mathematical Model Management" Second Edition, ISBN 978-3-319-54791-8 © Springer International Publishing AG 2005, 2017

    INCOSE Complex Systems Working Group-- A Complexity Primer for Systems Engineers Revision 1 2021
    Available to INCOSE members at INCOSE Store: https://connect.incose.org/Pages/Product-Details.aspx?ProductCode=ComplexPrimer

    INCOSE Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge (SEBoK) https://sebokwiki.org/wiki/Emergence
    (see SEBoK Emergence section references for more details) 

    Network Centric Operations Industry Consortium Inc. The SCOPE Working Group
    https://engineeringsemantics.com/scope.html

    http://www.gartner.com/technology/research/methodologies/hype-cycle.jsp
    ©2023 Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates

    Contact Information: Ken Cureton [email protected]



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