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2019 SEI Year in Review

June 2020 Annual Report

The 2019 SEI Year in Review highlights the work of the institute undertaken during the fiscal year spanning October 1, 2018, to September 30, 2019.

Abstract

The Software Engineering Institute (SEI) is a federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense and operated by Carnegie Mellon University. The SEI’s mission is to support the nation’s defense by advancing the science, technologies, and practices needed to acquire, develop, operate, and sustain software systems that are innovative, affordable, trustworthy, and enduring. The 2019 SEI Year in Review highlights the work of the institute undertaken during the fiscal year spanning October 1, 2018, to September 30, 2019.

 

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Table of Contents

  • A Message from the Director and Chief Executive Officer
  • Nielsen Selected as INCOSE Fellow
    Danyliw Selected for Internet Engineering Steering Group
    SEI Team Wins 2019 ISLA Award
    Shull and Lewis Elected to IEEE Computer Society Leadership
  • A Pivotal Moment: AI Engineering for Defense and National Security
  • Supporting AI Engineering Challenges in the DoD: Summarizing Aerial Surveillance Video
  • Graph Convolutional Neural Networks to Bolster AI Analysis of Irregular Data
  • SEI Collaborations Tackle Big-Data Analytics
  • Can We Trust Our Cyber-Physical Systems?
  • Building Damage Assessment Dataset Advances Machine Learning for Disaster Recovery
  • The SEI Helps Shape Software Acquisition Policy Reform
  • Updated Pharos Binary Analysis Framework Speeds Malware Analysis
  • SEI Report Reveals the State of U.S. Cyber Intelligence
  • Cybersecurity Professionals Flex Their Muscles in SEI-Developed Competition
  • DevSecOps Takes DoD Software Development to the Next Level
  • Designing Layered Security Architecture for DevSecOps
  • Building International Cybersecurity Capacity
  • 5G in DoD Operations: Maximize Value and Minimize Risk
  • Predicting the Future of Quantum Computing
  • Maturity Model Certification to Improve Cybersecurity in the DoD Supply Chain
  • AADL’s Research-to-Practice Pipeline Supports the Army Futures Command
  • Managing Technical Debt for Modern Software Development
  • Carnegie Mellon University Leadership
  • SEI Executive Leadership
  • Board of Visitors
  • SEI Leadership