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Why Is R&D in the Cyber and Software Engineering Environment Different? SSTC Keynote

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May 3, 2010—The days of primarily hardware-centric, proprietary systems have rapidly transitioned to system of system (SOS) and ultra-large systems in netted environments. These SOS architectures now form the foundation for the cyber environment, within which we conduct all of our societal, economic, infrastructure, industry, defense and intelligence key functions, and work, said Terry Roberts, executive director, ASP/Interagency and Cyber, SEI. 

Roberts made the remarks in her keynote presentation to the 2010 Systems & Software Technology (SSTC) conference held April 26-29 in Salt Lake City.

The dynamics of this arena, this science, are like no other for many reasons, she said. And those dynamics dictate different approaches for conducting game-changing R&D—R&D that is not occurring in a comprehensive, thoughtful way—through effective partnerships between government, industry and academia.

In her SSTC keynote presentation Roberts discusses

  • Why R&D in cyber and software engineering is different
  • How to research the Federal lab landscape for opportunities
  • Where and how to focus our R&D initiatives

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