Development of SEBoK v. 2.7
This version of the SEBoK was released 31 October 2022. This release included:
- A new article around loss-driven systems engineering, which specifically looks at system quality attributes like safety, security, and resilience through the lens of loss prevention.
- A new article on the history of systems engineering, which provides background on the early SE work leading up to more recent trends.
- Updates to the article on systems and industrial engineering.
- Minor updates to improve resources and align with evolving practices throughout part 3, including in the articles around systems engineering standards.
- Minor updates to the articles in Part 5, particularly the addition of new resources.
- Improvements in the SEBoK wiki infrastructure.
Governing Board for version 2.7
The three SEBoK steward organizations – the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Systems Council (IEEE-SYSC), and Stevens Institute of Technology – provide the primary funding and resources needed to sustain and evolve the SEBoK and make it available as a free and open resource to all. The stewards appoint the BKCASE Governing Board to be their primary agents to oversee and guide the SEBoK. The stewards appoint the SEBoK Editor in Chief to manage the SEBoK and oversee the Editorial Board.
The BKCASE Governing Board included:
- Representing the The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE)
- Art Pyster (Governing Board Chair), Emma Sparks
- Representing the Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC)
- Thomas McDermott, Cihan Dagli
- Representing the IEEE Systems Council (IEEE-SYSC)
- Stephanie White, Bob Rassa
Past governors include Andy Chen, Richard Fairley, Kevin Forsberg, Paul Frenz, Richard Hilliard, John Keppler, Bill Miller, David Newbern, Ken Nidiffer, Dave Olwell, Massood Towhidnejad, Jon Wade, David Walden, and Courtney Wright. The governors would especially like to acknowledge Andy Chen and Rich Hilliard, IEEE Computer Society, who were instrumental in helping the governors to work within the IEEE CS structure and who supported the SEBoK transition to the IEEE Systems Council.
SEBoK v. 2.7 Editorial Board
The SEBoK Editorial Board is chaired by the Editor in Chief, who provides the strategic vision for the SEBoK. The EIC is supported by a group of Editors, each of whom are responsible for a specific aspect of the SEBoK. The EIC and Editorial Board are supported by the Managing Editor, who handles all day-to-day operations. The EIC, Managing Editor, and Editorial Board are supported by a Student Editor, Madeline Haas, whose hard work and dedication are greatly appreciated.
|SEBoK Editor in Chief|
University of South Alabama
Responsible for the appointment of SEBoK Editors and for the strategic direction and overall quality and coherence of the SEBoK.
|SEBoK Managing Editor|
Systems Engineering Research Center
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Responsible for the the day-to-day operations of the SEBoK and supports the Editor in Chief.
Each Editor has his/her area(s) of responsibility, or shared responsibility, highlighted in the table below.
|SEBoK Part 1: SEBoK Introduction|
University of South Alabamarcloutier@southalabama.edu
|SEBoK Part 2: Foundations of Systems Engineering|
Airbus and International Society for the System Sciences
Responsible for the System Science Foundations of System Engineering.
|Assistant Editor: Dov Dori
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) and Technion Israel Institute of Technology (Israel)
Responsible for the Representing Systems with Models knowledge area
|Assistant Editor: Duane Hybertson
Jointly responsible for the Systems Fundamentals, Systems Science and Systems Thinking knowledge areas.
|Assistant Editor: Peter Tuddenham
College of Exploration (USA)
|Assistant Editor: Cihan Dagli
Missouri University of Science & Technology (USA)
Responsible for the Systems Approach Applied to Engineered Systems knowledge areas.
|SEBoK Part 3: Systems Engineering and Management|
|Assistant Editor: Phyllis Marbach
INCOSE LA [USA]
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|SEBoK Part 4: Applications of Systems Engineering|
Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC)firstname.lastname@example.org
|Assistant Editor: Javier Calvo-Amodio
Oregon State University
|Assistant Editor: Judith Dahmann
MITRE Corporation (USA)
Jointly responsible for Product Systems Engineering and Systems of Systems (SoS) knowledge areas.
|Assistant Editor: Michael Henshaw
Loughborough University (UK)
Jointly responsible for Product Systems Engineering and Systems of Systems (SoS) knowledge areas
|SEBoK Part 5: Enabling Systems Engineering|
Systems Engineering Research Centernicole.email@example.com
|Assistant Editor: Emma Sparks
Jointly responsible for the Enabling Individuals and Enabling Teams knowledge areas.
|Assistant Editor: Rick Hefner
California Institute of Technology
|Assistant Editor: Bernardo Delicado
|SEBoK Part 6: Related Disciplines|
George Mason University (USA)firstname.lastname@example.org
|SEBoK Part 7: Systems Engineering Implementation Examples|
FAA Technical Center
|SEBoK Part 8: Emerging Knowledge|
|Assistant Editor: Ha Phuong Le
Madeline Haas, a student at George Mason University, is currently supporting the SEBoK and we gratefully acknowledge her exemplary efforts. Ms. Haas has also taken responsibility for managing the Emerging Research knowledge area of the SEBoK. The EIC and Managing Editor are very proud of the work Madeline has done and look forward to continuing to work with her.
The Editor's Corner is a space for the Editor in Chief to provide insights or perspective on relevant topics. The below is an archived copy of the article written by v. 2.5 EIC, Dr. Rob Cloutier.
Rob Cloutier: TITLE
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