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2022 Research Review to Show the SEI Forging the Path

2022 Research Review to Show the SEI Forging the Path
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October 17, 2022—The Software Engineering Institute will showcase its latest work in software engineering, cybersecurity, and artificial intelligence (AI) engineering in the 2022 Research Review. Registration is open for the free, virtual event, which takes place November 14-16.

From noon to 4 p.m. EST each day, the SEI’s technical staff will give in-depth presentations on some of the institute’s latest methods, prototypes, and tools for AI engineering, computing at the tactical edge, cyber threat hunting, continuous integration and continuous delivery, machine learning trustworthiness, and more.

The theme of this year’s Research Review, “Forging the path,” highlights how the SEI’s work has helped software transform the Department of Defense (DoD) mission and advanced the state of the art. “The SEI’s portfolio of research tackles the four persistent software challenges for national defense and security: capability, timeliness, affordability, and trustworthiness,” said Tom Longstaff, the SEI’s chief technology officer. “These four measures of our effectiveness lead to greater adoption and utilization of our research results.”

Paths can also open when people discover that their interests align. “We see Research Review as an opportunity to connect researchers and operators across the country and the world,” Longstaff said.

The event’s program will consist of pre-recorded presentations on the SEI’s work in model-based systems engineering; DevSecOps; automated design conformance; the integration of software, cybersecurity, and AI; AI network defense; and more. Presenters will answer questions following each session.

Panels of SEI experts will discuss gamification in the federal workforce, identifying threats in and assuring DevSecOps pipelines, and the Acquisition Security Framework. A keynote address by William Streilein, chief technology officer of the DoD’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center, rounds out the program.

The 2022 Research Review is a free event, but registration is required to fully participate in panel discussions and presentations. Visit for more information or to register.