2020 CMU Software Engineering Institute Research Review
- Remote Access Enabled
- Virtual Presentations
At the CMU SEI Research Review 2020 virtual event, you will learn about how we are making a difference in areas such as using models to advance software development and acquisition, codifying continuous integration/continuous development (CI/CD) practices, improving designed-in resilience, equipping cyber operators with dominant tradecraft, and exploring and leveraging of emerging technology innovation.
Attendees will take away knowledge that they can immediately apply about using models to advance software development, equipping cyber operators with dominant tradecraft, forming a discipline for AI Engineering, and codifying continuous integration/continuous development (CI/CD) practices. The program will demonstrate that the tools, technologies, and practices we produce change for the better the way government and industry organizations make, deploy, defend, and evolve software-based capabilities.
We will host half-day events November 9-10 and 12-13 featuring content on our ongoing fundamental research efforts in a public event.
The program will feature presentations on recent, impactful projects and panel discussions that include CMU faculty. We will also offer virtual poster sessions and the availability of virtual meeting rooms for in-depth discussions with our researchers and others.
The SEI makes a difference by studying the way things in software and software-related security areas should be and need to be. Our collaborators in CMU and other leading academic institutions work with us to advance novel solutions, about which we present and publish in leading academic conferences and journals to shape research agencies and to improve the state-of-the-art in software engineering and cybersecurity. We ground our research in science, an approach that has led to a revolution of assurance in software development practice and made cybersecurity a primary consideration.
Building on what we know and learn, and working with our work sponsors, we produce results in the form of prototype tools, technologies, and practices. Proving and improving our concepts through engagement with our work sponsors, we transition the tools, technologies, and practices into practice for the U.S. Department of Defense. For some technologies, we also transfer the improvements to the larger communities we serve. Our results change for the better the way government and industry organizations make, deploy, defend, and evolve software-based capabilities.