Next Chapter Meeting:
Generative AI and MBSE
Please join us virtually or in-person this Thursday, 17 August at 6:00 at Auburn Research for this month’s meeting.
(AURIC 345 Voyager Way, Research Park)
Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) specializes in the creation of content using AI techniques. This has been a prominent topic in the news and on the internet in recent months. In this presentation, we will explore the impacts of Generative AI
within the Systems Engineering community. We will briefly review the concepts of AI and Generative AI, discuss the pros and cons, and explore how Generative AI can enable systems engineers to augment their workflow within a digital environment.
Thomas Heckwolf is a Ph.D. Student in the CSSE (Computer Science and Software Engineering) department and serves as a Senior Software, Model Based Systems Engineer at i3. With his leadership, he has guided numerous software projects as a technical
subject matter expert and project lead, providing vital support to the U.S. Government. Mr. Heckwolf's research focus areas encompass a wide range of cutting-edge technologies, including Software Engineering and Architecture, Big Data, IoT devices,
Blockchain, and AI/ML (Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning).
July Social: The Brewer’s Cooperative
This meeting was held in-person at The Brewer’s Cooperative (3414 Governors Dr SW - in the Stovehouse facility).
Google Maps Link: https://goo.gl/maps/hD561Ppfn9AuuMAH8
This will be a "Come and Go" networking mixer. We'll be starting at 1700. Finger foods to be provided, but drinks are on your own. (We have to provide finger food because nobody can spell hor's dourves? hors' d'oerves? hors d'ouevres? :-)
Anyway, we're looking forward to seeing everybody after work on Thursday!
Previous meeting; 6/22/23 @ 6:00 pm CDT: Calhoun Community College System Engineering Technology Overview by Chris Crumbly and Cynthia Buchheit
This meeting wias held both in-person at AURIC (345 Voyager Way, Research Park) and virtually via Zoom.
Board Meeting to follow
Calhoun Community College has developed the nation’s first-ever SET program in a joint effort with the Institute for Digital Enterprise Advancement (IDEA), Victory Solutions, Inc., and Auburn University, under an agreement with the Department of
Defense. This program will be the model for future SET programs around the country. Start with us this Fall and you can be a member of the first-ever SET graduating class.