This year's Conference on Systems Engineering Research features two awards for outstanding papers.
Leonard Petnga and Mark Austin
Institute for Systems Research, University of Maryland - College Park
For their paper titled "Ontologies of Time and Time-based Reasoning for MBSE of Cyber-Physical Systems"
The Best Paper Award is given to the paper presented at the conference that makes the most outstanding research contribution to the field of systems engineering.
Best Student Paper
Matthew Dabkowski, Jose Estrada, Ben Reidy and Ricardo Valerdi
University of Arizona
For their paper titled "Network Science Enabled Cost Estimation in Support of MBSE"
The Best Student Paper Award is given to the student paper presented at the conference that makes the most outstanding research contribution to the field of systems engineering, subject to the following:
- A currently enrolled student must be first author;
- The student must present the paper, and
- The paper must nominated by a faculty co-author
Awards were announced and presented at the Rooftop Reception on Thursday evening, March 21.