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NTXISSA June 20, 2019 Monthly Meeting
June 20, 2019 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm$10 – $25
Speaker: Dr. John N. Carbone, Senior Technical Director, Chief Solutions Architect, and science advisor
Title: Achieving DevSecOps: Enhancing Enterprise DevOps Security, Performance, and Automation
Dr. John N. Carbone has served Forcepoint, Raytheon Company and the defense industry for ~30 years. Currently, Dr. Carbone serves as Senior Technical Director, Chief Solutions Architect, and science advisor to Forcepoint, LLC Global Governments and Critical Infrastructure division. Previously, he served as Raytheon Engineering Fellow within the Intelligence, Information and Services (IIS) Division and as Product Area Technology Director and Chief Engineer for Innovation. Dr. Carbone has also served in various Chief Engineer, System, Software Architect Roles and as Chief Data Architect/Scientist for major DoD & IC Cloud programs.
Dr. Carbone received his undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Baylor University, a Master of Engineering from Texas Tech University, a Masters Equivalent in Software and Systems Engineering from University of Texas at Austin, and a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Texas Tech University where his research focused on enhancing information theory by combining cognition based frameworks and processes using adaptations of multi-dimensional space-time mechanics and relationships.
Dr. Carbone has submitted and received national/international software patents, and continuously publishes and edits scientific content for books, journals, conferences and symposia. Recent book publishing efforts for Elsevier and Springer include topics, such as, Mining Big Data to Improve National Security, Multi-Disciplinary Systems Engineering, Artificial Cognition Architectures, Applied Cyber Physical Systems and Artificial Psychology: Modeling Human Emotions.
Furthermore, Dr. Carbone’s academic and professional society efforts include teaching graduate level Artificial Intelligence System Design at Southern Methodist University, and serving on the Baylor University, Texas Tech University and chairing the Texas A&M Commerce Computer Science and Cyber Security Boards. Additionally, he serves as a Board Member for the Journal of Integrated Design and Process Science (JIDPS), Society of Design and Process Science (SDPS) ~21 years, has been a member of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and past VP for development of the Software Engineering Society (SES). Lastly, his responsibilities have included developing lasting relationships between academia and industry including support for ABET accreditations and jointly developing transformational K-20 curriculum for education including how to teach computational thinking and Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
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Members who prepay online: $10
Guests who prepay online: $25
Sorry, no payment at the door will be accepted.
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