Los Angeles time Sunday, June 23 Monday, June 24 Tuesday, June 25 Wednesday, June 26
8:00 ‑ 8:30 am Arrival Day Registration    
8:30 ‑ 9:00 am Welcome Registration  
9:00 ‑ 10:00 am Keynote 1: Role of AI-ML in SoSE to Support Human Decision Making Keynote 3: Reasoning About the Future of AI in Systems Engineering Keynote 5: Beyond Technology: Thinking Holistically about Artificial Intelligence for Systems Engineering
10:00 ‑ 10:15 am Tea/Coffee Tea/Coffee Tea/Coffee
10:15 ‑ 11:15 am Panel: The Impact of Advanced Technologies on SoSE Panel: Panel on Application of AI/ML in SoSE to Support Human Decision Making S5B: Session 5B
S5A: Session 5A
11:15 ‑ 11:45 am  
11:45 am ‑ 1:00 pm Lunch Lunch Closing and SoSE 2025
1:00 ‑ 2:00 pm S1A: Session 1A
S1B: Session 1B
Keynote 4: Lifecycle roles of AI in Systems of Systems  
2:00 ‑ 2:15 pm Tea/Coffee  
2:15 ‑ 2:30 pm S3A: Session 3A
S3B: Session 3B
 
2:30 ‑ 2:45 pm Tea/Coffee  
2:45 ‑ 3:45 pm Keynote 2: Integrating Worlds: Systems of Systems in the Era of Telexistence and the Telepresence Society  
3:45 ‑ 4:00 pm Tea/Coffee Tea/Coffee  
4:00 ‑ 5:00 pm Registration S2A: Session 2A
S2B: Session 2B
S4A: Session 4A
S4B: Session 4B
 
5:00 ‑ 5:30 pm    
5:30 ‑ 6:30 pm Reception      
6:30 ‑ 7:00 pm        
7:00 ‑ 9:00 pm     Banquet  

Sunday, June 23

Sunday, June 23 8:00 - 4:00 (America/Los_Angeles)

Arrival Day

Sunday, June 23 4:00 - 5:00 (America/Los_Angeles)

Registration

Room: Ballroom Foyer

Sunday, June 23 5:30 - 6:30 (America/Los_Angeles)

Reception

Room: Venice 1

Monday, June 24

Monday, June 24 8:00 - 8:30 (America/Los_Angeles)

Registration

Room: Ballroom Foyer

Monday, June 24 8:30 - 9:00 (America/Los_Angeles)

Welcome

Room: Venice 3-4

Monday, June 24 9:00 - 10:00 (America/Los_Angeles)

Keynote 1: Role of AI-ML in SoSE to Support Human Decision Making

Paul Hershey, RTX, USA
Room: Venice 3-4

Commercial and military systems have evolved into complex Systems of Systems (SoS) that incorporate advanced and diverse technologies. Associated with these SoS are emerging behaviors that require decision support well beyond the capacity of human reasoning alone. To fill this gap, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML) can assist SoS Engineering with respect to operationally realizing the full potential (e.g., speed, scale, and accuracy) of the capabilities offered by these SoS. This presentation provides a review of the concepts of complex SoS and emergent behavior, discusses the fundamentals of AI/ML, and then ties these together to demonstrate the role of AI/ML in SoSE through specific commercial and military use cases. These use cases include:

Object Recognition and Detection Enhancement via Reinforcement Learning Yield (ORDERLY). ORDERLY is an AI/ML-based capability that supports SoSE by autonomously screening massive collections of sensor data from SoS and transforming this raw data into actionable information. Disaggregated Distributed AI Chat Enabler (D2ACE) System. D2ACE applies AI/ML techniques to Chat-based SoS. D2CRaB supports SoSE by correcting spelling, typos, and other corruption in chat messages, recognizing uncommon language formats, and autonomously prioritizing and reducing the quantity of chat messages to only those relevant to specific objectives and intent for a given mission. Distributed Disaggregated Communications via Reinforcement Learning and Backpressure (D2CRaB): D2CRaB is an AL/ML capability that supports SoSE for Communications. D2CRaB introduces two new advances to address problem of effectively communicating within distributed and disaggregated operational environments. These new techniques resolve the immediate congestion issue and then assist with maintaining congestion free network traffic. In summary, through this background information and these use cases, the audience will emerge from this presentation with a focused understanding of AI's role in SoSE with respect to supporting human decision-making for complex, emergent SoS.

Monday, June 24 10:00 - 10:15 (America/Los_Angeles)

Tea/Coffee

Monday, June 24 10:15 - 11:45 (America/Los_Angeles)

Panel: The Impact of Advanced Technologies on SoSE

- Judith Dahmann
- Alan Harding
- Sky Matthews
- John Palmer
- Garry Roedler (Moderator)
Room: Venice 3-4

Advances in technology - distributed systems, digital engineering, big data, cloud computing and of course, artificial intelligence - are all profoundly affecting today's systems both the systems themselves and the approach to engineering these systems. Systems of systems are similarly affected - and the impacts in some cases may be amplified for systems of systems given their complexity, emergence, and evolving functionality/behavior. New technologies may lead to new or unexpected system architectures, patterns or, in the case of AI, evolving behaviors. This panel will look at the impacts on systems of systems from the introduction of new or advanced technologies. This includes the challenges the technologies bring to SoS and considerations for managing the challenges.

Monday, June 24 11:45 - 1:00 (America/Los_Angeles)

Lunch

Monday, June 24 1:00 - 2:30 (America/Los_Angeles)

S1A: Session 1A

Room: Venice 1
Current Landscape of System of Systems Engineering
Judith S. Dahmann (MITRE Corporation, USA)
Pattern-based System of Systems Engineering Approach for Resilient and Sustainable Production Networks - A Review and Framework Proposal
Jan Felix Niemeyer and Christopher Dormeier (Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany); Mark Mennenga (Technische Universität Braunschweig & Institute of Machine Tools and Production Technology, Germany)
Systems of Systems Management and Governance from a Risk-Handling Perspective
Marjorie Nawila Pettersson (Mälardalen University, Sweden); Jakob Axelsson (Mälardalen University & RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden); Pontus Svenson (RISE, Sweden); Anna Johansson (Mälardalen University, Sweden)
Utilization of MBSE Models for a Micro-Mobility Solution in the Context of System of Systems
Fabian Wilking, Dennis Horber, Simon Schleifer, Marc Behringer, Jörg Miehling and Stefan Goetz (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany); Sandro Wartzack (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany)
Gender Aspects of Shared Mobility Services from a System of Systems Perspective
Matilda Anttila (Architectural Engineering, Sweden); Terese Besker (RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden); Pontus Svenson (RISE, Sweden)

Monday, June 24 1:00 - 2:30 (America/Los_Angeles)

S1B: Session 1B

Room: Venice 2
Lightweight Multi-System Multivariate Interconnection and Divergence Discovery
Mulugeta Weldezgina Asres (University of Adger, Norway); Christian W Omlin (University of Agder, Norway); Jay Dittmann (Baylor University, USA); Pavel Parygin (University of Rochester, USA); Joshua Hiltbrand (Baylor University, USA); Seth I. Cooper (University of Alabama, USA); Grace Cummings (University of Virginia, Norway); David Yu (Brown University, USA)
Development of a Lightweight Framework Implementation of the Blackboard Architecture
Jeremy Straub (North Dakota State University, USA)
An Automatic Analysis Approach of Bridge Life Based on Engineering Mathematics and LSTM
Ziyi Zhao (Lanzhou University, China)
A New Predictive Maintenance Approach: novel integration of GMM-LSTM for prediction of latent state and failure location of Rotating Machinery
Arman Ghavidel, Hyoshin (John) Park, Samuel Kovacic and Andres Sousa-Poza (Old Dominion University, USA)
AI-SoS: A Strategic Framework for Integrating Artificial Intelligence in System of Systems
Bedir Tekinerdogan (Wageningen University, The Netherlands)
Convolutional Neural Network Based Health Monitoring System with Thermal Scanning Temperature Detection
Delia S. Fainsan (Lyceum of the Philippines University-Philippines, Philippines); Anabella C. Doctor (Adamson University & Philippine Technological Council, Women Engineers Network, Institute of Computer Engineers of the Ph, Philippines); Rhia V. Espanto, Hannah Andrea R. Waga, Rannex A. Balatbat and Charlotte Mae Tipo (Lyceum of the Philippines University, Philippines)

Monday, June 24 2:30 - 2:45 (America/Los_Angeles)

Tea/Coffee

Monday, June 24 2:45 - 3:45 (America/Los_Angeles)

Keynote 2: Integrating Worlds: Systems of Systems in the Era of Telexistence and the Telepresence Society

Principal Robotics Engineer, NASA JPL
Room: Venice 3-4

Telepresence, the extension of human ‘presence' beyond their immediate physical surroundings, has significant implications for a multitude of possible futures. In almost all scenarios, we will witness the emergence of a telepresence economy and, more broadly, a telepresence society. When this presence extends to virtual worlds, it is commonly referred to as ‘telexistence,' encompassing extensions of our presence through both physical and virtual avatars. With remote presence, truly ‘the sky is the limit,' as activities expand beyond Earth's surface. A space economy has indeed been ignited, albeit currently limited to Earth's orbit (envisage communication and Earth-observing satellites, and sub-orbital flights as the seeds of space tourism). A lunar economy, or more specifically, an economy in cis-lunar space, is expected to follow within the next 2-3 decades, driven by space robots and telepresence. These space robots will possess high levels of autonomy and, eventually, superior intelligence. However, until that advanced stage is reached, they will be teleoperated or tele-supervised by humans. Beyond being instrumental in completing tasks, human interaction is crucial, as machines will learn from human demonstrations and exemplifications, a process I refer to as ‘interpolative intelligence.' This talk will project us into some of the possible futures in which telexistence will profoundly transform our society. A new fabric of systems of systems is thus woven, as the singular space of operation for an individual extends to a multiplicity of remote spaces, concurrently, or more realistically, through time-multiplexing, as our abilities for concurrent processing are, at least for now, rather limited.

Monday, June 24 3:45 - 4:00 (America/Los_Angeles)

Tea/Coffee

Monday, June 24 4:00 - 5:30 (America/Los_Angeles)

S2A: Session 2A

Room: Venice 1
Towards Joint SoS and Threat Mission-based Modeling for Operational Impact Identification
Jesús Sánchez (IRISA Université de Bretagne Sud, France); Jeremy Buisson (Ecole de l'Air et de l'Espace, France); Jamal El-Hachem (Université de Bretagne Sud, France); Nicolas Belloir (IRISA / CREC St-Cyr, France)
Leveraging Bayesian Multinomial Models for Effective Targeted Cyber-Deception Strategies
Nazia Sharmin and Christopher Kiekintveld (University of Texas at El Paso, USA)
Mapping Cyber Attacks on the Internet of Medical Things: A Taxonomic Review
Venkatesh Kondeti (Northern Arizona University, USA); Hayretdin Bahsi (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia & Northern Arizona University, USA)
Leveraging Explainable AI for Actionable Insights in IoT Intrusion Detection
Sohan Gyawali (East Carolina University, USA); Jiaqi Huang (University of Central Missouri, USA); Yili Jiang (University of MIssissippi, USA)
Identification and listing of operation research problems in the framework of heterogeneous robotic swarms in System-of-Systems: a path for consistent research targets
Lorraine Brisacier-Porchon (KNDS, France); Omar Hammami (ENSTA Paris, France)

Monday, June 24 4:00 - 5:30 (America/Los_Angeles)

S2B: Session 2B

Room: Venice 2
Data-Driven EEG Model for Predict the Risk during Roundabout Maneuvers
Enrico Zero (Unversity of Genova, Italy); Alessandro Bozzi (University of Genoa, Italy); Simone Graffione and Roberto Sacile (University of Genova, Italy)
Accelerating Model-Based Systems Engineering by Harnessing Generative AI
Erin Smith Crabb and Matthew T Jones (Leidos, USA)
A Novel BiGMM-HMM Framework for Predictive Maintenance in Naval Vessel Propulsion Equipment
Farshid Javadnejad, Hyoshin (John) Park, Samuel Kovacic and Andres Sousa-Poza (Old Dominion University, USA)
Leveraging Hybrid Systems to Forecast Needs and Analyze Gaps for Dual Commercial and Military Use
Marty J. Reep (Researcher, Forecaster)
AI Driven Streamlining of Appliance Load Monitoring in Facilities Management
Socretquuliqaa Lee (EKYC Solutions Co. Ltd, Cambodia); Faiyaz Doctor and Mohammad Hossein Anisi (University of Essex, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Shashank Goud, Xiao Wang and Stuart Ruthven (Cloudfm Group Ltd, United Kingdom (Great Britain))
Explainable Digital Creatives Performance Monitoring using Deep Feature Attribution
Varun Dutt and Lucas Galan (Rapp Limited, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Faiyaz Doctor and Lina Barakat (University of Essex, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Demetris Hadjigeorgiou and Kate Isaacs (Rapp Limited, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

Tuesday, June 25

Tuesday, June 25 8:30 - 9:00 (America/Los_Angeles)

Registration

Room: Ballroom Foyer

Tuesday, June 25 9:00 - 10:00 (America/Los_Angeles)

Keynote 3: Reasoning About the Future of AI in Systems Engineering

Sky Matthews, IBM Watson, USA
Room: Venice 3-4

AI has jumped to the forefront of our collective psyche in the past year. In some ways this looks much like the early stages of the typical technology hype cycle. But we also see indications of something quite unique, something that will transform the way we work unlike anything else in recent history. As Yogi Berra and Neils Bohr both observed, making predictions is difficult, especially about the future. Instead we will look at impacts already happening, unique characteristics of AI that make it unlike other technology waves, identify some of the well-known and lesser-known risks, and attempt to extrapolate a bit about the next steps in Systems Engineering with AI and for AI. We will end this thought-provoking session with a discussion of the most critical obstacle to the application of AI in Systems Engineering.

Tuesday, June 25 10:00 - 10:15 (America/Los_Angeles)

Tea/Coffee

Tuesday, June 25 10:15 - 11:45 (America/Los_Angeles)

Panel: Panel on Application of AI/ML in SoSE to Support Human Decision Making

- Mu-Cheng Wang
- Haifeng Zhu
- Sky Matthews
- Paul Hershey (Moderator)
Room: Venice 3-4

The panel will debate these topics in the settings of complex, emergent SoS for both commercial and military operational environments. To guide the discussion, the panel will:

  • Provide examples of technologies in which SoSE can apply AI/ML to support human decision-making including:
  • Autonomous Vehicles
  • Communications
  • Command and Control
  • Object Recognition and Detection
  • Discuss pros and cons of using AI/ML for these applications
  • Identify gaps in proposed AI/ML solutions
  • Identify tools and methods with which SOSE can help meet these challenges
  • Suggest areas for future work

Tuesday, June 25 11:45 - 1:00 (America/Los_Angeles)

Lunch

Tuesday, June 25 1:00 - 2:00 (America/Los_Angeles)

Keynote 4: Lifecycle roles of AI in Systems of Systems

John Palmer, Senior Technical Fellow for Boeing
Room: Venice 3-4

Tuesday, June 25 2:00 - 2:15 (America/Los_Angeles)

Tea/Coffee

Tuesday, June 25 2:15 - 3:45 (America/Los_Angeles)

S3A: Session 3A

Room: Venice 1
Fear based Intrinsic Reward as a Barrier Function for Continuous Reinforcement Learning
Rodney A Sanchez, Jamison Heard and Ferat Sahin (Rochester Institute of Technology, USA)
SoundEYE: AI-Driven Sensory Augmentation System for Visually Impaired Individuals through Natural Sound
Sanchita Ghose (San Francisco State University, USA); John J Prevost (University of Texas at San Antonio, USA); Krishna C Roy (New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, USA)
Human Emotion Estimation through Physiological Data with Neural Networks
Jhair Gallardo (RIT, USA); Celal Savur (Intel Corporation, USA); Ferat Sahin (Rochester Institute of Technology, USA); Christopher Kanan (University of Rochester, USA)
A Comparison of the Effects of Cooperative Control Designs on the Performance of Swarms of Undersea Intelligent Autonomous Systems
David Mortimore (Naval Postgraduate School & Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division, Keyport, USA); Raymond R. Buettner, Jr. and Douglas Horner (Naval Postgraduate School, USA)
Defining Operational Design Domain for Autonomous Systems: A Domain-Agnostic and Risk-Based Approach
Morayo Adedjouma (CEA, France); Bernard Botella (CEA LIST, France); Javier Ibañez-Guzmán (Renault, France); Kevin Mantissa (IRT SystemX, France); Chauk-Mean Proum (Naval Group, France); Asma Smaoui (CEA LIST, France)
Reinforcement Learning Integrated Nonlinear Controller for Guaranteed Stability
Shiqi Nan (University of Texas at San Antonio, USA); Chunjiang Qian (University of Texas at San Antonioy, USA)

Tuesday, June 25 2:15 - 3:45 (America/Los_Angeles)

S3B: Session 3B

Room: Venice 2
SysMD: An Inclusive Modelling Tool
Sandor Dalecke (RPTU Kaiserslautern, Germany); Christoph Grimm (Kaiserslautern University of Technology, Kaiserslautern, Germany)
Beyond Technology Readiness Level 9: Measuring Aging and Contextual Relevance in System of Systems
Roshanak Rose Nilchiani (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA); John Caddell (Stevens Institute of Technology & US Army, USA); Hossein Basereh Taramsari (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA)
A Systems Dynamic Approach to Evaluate Disruptions in Large Scale Transit Systems: A Case Study of PATH
Ramin Talebi Khameneh and Olya Rezaeian (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA); Mo Mansouri (Stevens Institute of Technology & University of South-Eastern Norway, USA)
Exploring different Actor Roles in Orchestrations of System of Systems
Tomas Nordström (Umeå University, Sweden); Leon René Sütfeld (RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB, Sweden); Terese Besker (RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden)
Transformation through Technology: Assessing the Feasibility of Digital Ecosystems using MBSE
Azita Saeidi, Suprita Tippannavar and Samuel Kovacic (Old Dominion University, USA)
Robust Digital Information for Physically Large and Complex SoS: A Maritime Design Case Study
Janica A. Bronson (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway); Henrique Gaspar (Norwegian University of Science and Technology - NTNU, Norway); Cecilia Haskins (NTNU, Norwegian University of Science and Technology & Glocal Sustainability Consulting, Norway); Ícaro Fonseca (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway); Jose Garcia Agis (Ulstein International AS & Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)

Tuesday, June 25 3:45 - 4:00 (America/Los_Angeles)

Tea/Coffee

Tuesday, June 25 4:00 - 5:30 (America/Los_Angeles)

S4A: Session 4A

Room: Venice 1
Uncertainty Estimation in Deep Learning: Methods and Applications
Jamshaid Iqbal Janjua (University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore, Pakistan)
An Experimental Study in Generating Electricity Using Earth Battery System for Street Lightings
Delia S. Fainsan (Lyceum of the Philippines University-Philippines, Philippines); Anabella C. Doctor (Adamson University & Philippine Technological Council, Women Engineers Network, Institute of Computer Engineers of the Ph, Philippines); Adrian Lyndon P. Valencia, Keempee A. Meera and Angelo G. Razon (Lyceum of the Philippines University, Philippines)
Proactive Semi-supervised Machine Learning Method for Stability Estimation in Smart Grids
Brook Abegaz and Emilio Hernandez (Loyola University Chicago, USA)
Expanding the Emergency Alert System Enterprise with Space-Based Emergency Alerts
Trevor Lanigan, Stephanie Anderson, Alexus Cottonham and Greg Marzolf (Colorado State University, USA)

Tuesday, June 25 4:00 - 5:30 (America/Los_Angeles)

S4B: Session 4B

Room: Venice 2
Constructive Model Analysis of SysMLv2 Models by Constraint Propagation
Axel Ratzke, Sebastian Post and Johannes Koch (University of Kaiserslautern-Landau, Germany); Christoph Grimm (Kaiserslautern University of Technology, Kaiserslautern, Germany)
Navigating Innovation within a Contractor's Business Model: A System Dynamics Approach
Mariam A Elazhary (Missouri University of Science & Technology, USA); Cihan H Dagli and Islam El-adaway (Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA)
An Algebraic Approach to Systems and Missions
Ashok K Samalam (Shoal Group Pty Ltd, Australia)
Modeling a Heavy-duty Vehicle Data Collection Process for Authenticating Driver Identity and Analyzing Driver Behavior Under Duress
Tyler C Biggs, Trevor Lanigan and Jeremy Daily (Colorado State University, USA); David Ruddell (University of North Carolina Wilmington, USA); Erika Gallegos (Colorado State University, USA)
A Procedure for Exploring Detrimental Weak Emergent Behavior in Complex Systems of Systems
Rune A Haugen (University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway & KONGSBERG, Norway); Gerrit Muller (University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway & TNO-ESI, The Netherlands); Satyanarayana Kokkula (University of South-Eastern Norway, Norway)
Graph-based Parameter Management for Configuration Controlled Multi-level Modeling of Cyber-physical Systems
Thomas Zimmermann, Erik Paul Konietzko and Kai Lindow (Fraunhofer IPK, Germany)

Tuesday, June 25 7:00 - 9:00 (America/Los_Angeles)

Banquet

Room: Ballroom Foyer

Wednesday, June 26

Wednesday, June 26 9:00 - 10:00 (America/Los_Angeles)

Keynote 5: Beyond Technology: Thinking Holistically about Artificial Intelligence for Systems Engineering

Marilee Wheaton, INCOSE, USA
Room: Venice 3-4

Systems Engineering is in the midst of a digital transformation driven by advanced modeling tools, data integration, and digital twins. Engineering disciplines are seeing transformational advances in the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning to elevate systems engineering processes. AI in systems engineering enables more efficient processing of large datasets, enhanced decision-making, and automation of routine engineering tasks. At the same time, applying AI and ML to complex and critical systems needs holistic, system-oriented approaches. Technical challenges include ensuring data quality, implementation of algorithm complexity, and integration with existing systems. It is imperative that the SE community not only understand emerging AI and ML technologies and applications, but we need to incorporate them into our processes, methods and tools, and ensure that holistic SE approaches are used to make AI systems ethical, reliable, safe, and secure.

Wednesday, June 26 10:00 - 10:15 (America/Los_Angeles)

Tea/Coffee

Wednesday, June 26 10:15 - 11:15 (America/Los_Angeles)

S5B: Session 5B

Room: Venice 1
Prediction of Air Quality Index Using Random Forest and Prophet Tool
Abhishek Walia, Ajay Paliwal and Sanjay Patidar (Delhi Technological University, India); Rakeshkumar Mahto (California State University, Fullerton, USA)
LSTM RNN in support of Manufacturing Simulation-based Digital Twin; A Case from Offshore Wind Turbine Production
Mehrnoosh Nickpasand (Siemens Gamesa Reneable Energy, Denmark); Henrique Gaspar (Norwegian University of Science and Technology - NTNU, Norway); Steffen Waage Jensen (Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, Denmark)
System-of-Systems Recovery Time Estimation via Heterogeneous Capacity Distribution
Jun Jiang (University of Lille, France); Yiwen Chen (Centrale Lille, France); Othman Lakhal (University of Lille - CRIStAL, France); Rochdi Merzouki (Polytech Lille, France)
Stochastic hypergraph model for resilient system of systems
Abbass Chreim (University of Lille, France); Yiwen Chen (Centrale Lille, France); Rochdi Merzouki (Polytech Lille, France)
Security and Privacy Issues in Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS): A Systematic Review
Otuekong Ekpo (Scuola IMT Alti Studi Lucca, Italy); Valentina Casola (Università degli Studi di Napoli "Federico II", Italy); Alessandra De Benedictis (University of Naples Federico II, Italy)

Wednesday, June 26 10:15 - 11:15 (America/Los_Angeles)

S5A: Session 5A

Room: Venice 2
System-of-Systems Approach to Reduce Environmental Emissions of Information Communication Technologies' Data Centers
Henri Giudici (University of South Eastern Norway (USN), Norway)
Towards a microservices architecture to support communication in C2 applications
Flavio Mosafi (Military Engineering Institute & Dataprev, Brazil); Julio Duarte (Military Engineering Institute, Brazil); Luís Ferreira Ferreira Pires (University of Twente, The Netherlands); Maria Claudia Cavalcanti (Military Engineering Institute, Brazil)
Predictive Control for Dynamic Scheduling and Maintenance in Open-Shop Manufacturing Systems
Alessandro Bozzi (University of Genoa, Italy); Simone Graffione and Roberto Sacile (University of Genova, Italy); Enrico Zero (Unversity of Genova, Italy)

Wednesday, June 26 11:45 - 1:00 (America/Los_Angeles)

Closing and SoSE 2025

Room: Venice 3-4