Doctoral Students Research

On an annual basis, the School of Systems and Enterprises provides an opportunity for doctoral candidates to present their research in a two day research event, and receive feedback from professors, peers and colleagues. The Annual SSE Doctoral Research Symposium (DRS@SSE) provides a tremendous opportunity for our doctoral students to network, share ideas and resources, and build community within the doctoral program.  Below please review the presentations from the most recent DRS@SSE.

2012 PRESENTATIONS
DOCTORAL CANDIDATETITLE
Robert Lowe BarnettThe Connotative Meaning of Independence in System Evaluations

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Lisbeth ConchoDesign of Screening and Surveillance Strategies in Homeland Security and Healthcare Doctoral Research SymposiumDownload ADownload B
Hamid R. DarabiA Framework for Governing Competition and Collaboration Among Actors in Network Industries Using Modeling and SimulationDownload
Ivonne DonateDisruptive Technologies’ Effect on a System During Integration

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Richard EnsCommunications and Agile DevelopmentDownload
Jerry FriedhoffMeasuring the health of the US securities financing industry using a system of systems approach

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James T. HennigSystem of Systems Patterns which Enable Agility Case Study: Army Common Operating EnvironmentDownload
Larry JohnSelf-Organizing Cooperating Dynamics in Government Extended Enterprises

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Kari LippertInformation Architecture in Digital Ecosystems Coping with Evolution and Complexity through Agility

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Brian MoriartyUtilizing Depth Based Sensors and Customizable Software Frameworks for Cultural and Experiential Applications Explorable Visual Environments

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Rob PitskoPrinciples for Architecting Inherently Adaptable Complex SystemsDownload
Murthy RallapalliConsiderations in Socio-Technical Systems (STS) - A Framework for Privacy within Web ServicesDownload
Stuart Van WeeleOptimization Techniques for Baggage and Cargo ScreeningDownload
Hanchao YangModeling and Measuring News Impact in Classical Mechanics

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