Governance and Editorial Boards
Editor in Chief
Stevens Institute of Technology (US)
Co-Editor in Chief
David H. Olwell
Naval Postgraduate School (US)
|BKCASE Associate Editors|
Cranfield University and INCOSE UK (UK)
Responsible for the Systems Fundamentals, Systems Science, Systems Thinking, and Systems Approach Applied to Engineered Systems knowledge areas in Part 2: Systems along with Cihan Dagli.
Loughborough University (UK)
Responsible for Product Systems Engineering, Enterprise Systems Engineering, and System of Systems Engineering in Part 4: Applications of Systems Engineering with Judith Dahmann.
University of Southern California (US)
Responsible for the Systems Engineering Management knowledge area with Greg Parnell and Life Cycle Models knowledge area; both are in Part 3: Systems Engineering and Management.
Georgia Institute of Technology (US)
Responsible for working across the SEBoK adding material on the theoretical underpinnings of systems engineering, including mathematical foundations.
Missouri University of Science & Technology (US)
Responsible for the Systems Fundamentals, Systems Science, Systems Thinking, and Systems Approach Applied to Engineered Systems knowledge areas in Part 2: Systems along with Rick Adcock.
University of Arkansas (US)
Responsible for the Representing Systems with Models knowledge area with Dov Dori in Part 2: Systems and Systems Engineering and Management with Barry Boehm in Part 3: Systems Engineering and Management.
MITRE Corporation (US)
Responsible for Product Systems Engineering, Enterprise Systems Engineering, and System of Systems Engineering in Part 4: Applications of Systems Engineering with Mike Henshaw.
Lockheed Martin (US)
Responsible for the Concept Definition and System Definition knowledge areas in Part 3: Systems Engineering and Management.
Aerojet Rocketdyne (US)
Responsible for the Enabling Individuals knowledge area with Tim Ferris and the Enabling Teams knowledge area in Part 5: Enabling Systems Engineering.
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab (APL) (US)
Responsible for the Service Systems Engineering knowledge area in Part 4: Applications of Systems Engineering.
Technion Israel Institute of Technology (Israel)
Responsible for the Representing Systems with Models knowledge area with Greg Parnell. Dov is also developing a new article on Model-Based Systems Engineering.
George Mason University (US)
Responsible for Part 1, including an overview of systems engineering and an overview of the SEBoK.
University of South Australia (Australia)
Responsible for the Enabling Individuals knowledge area in Part 5: Enabling Systems Engineering with Heidi Davidz. Tim is also developing a new article on Systems Engineering Education.
University of Arizona (US)
Responsible for the System Realization knowledge area in Part 3: Systems Engineering and Management. Ricardo is also developing a new article on Systems Engineering References.
|BKCASE Assistant Editors|
Naval Postgraduate School
Stevens Institute of Technology
Stevens Institute of Technology
Interested in Editing?
The Editor in Chief and Co-Editor in Chief are looking for additional editors to support the evolution of the SEBoK. Editors are responsible for maintaining and updating two to four knowledge areas, including incorporating community feedback. We are specifically interested in support for the following knowledge areas:
- System Deployment and Use
- Product and Service Life Management
- Systems Engineering Standards
- Enabling Businesses and Enterprises
- Systems Engineering and Software Engineering
- Systems Engineering and Project Management
- Systems Engineering and Industrial Engineering
- Systems Engineering and Procurement/Acquisition
- Systems Engineering and Specialty Engineering
- Case Studies
If you are interested in being considered for participation on the Editorial Board, please contact the BKCASE Staff at email@example.com.
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