Helps students develop a conceptual understanding of the systems engineering life-cycle process and familiarity with analysis techniques used in that process. Introduces concepts of reliability and robustness, and rigorous tools for analysis and design with them in mind. Utilizes real-world experience and case studies of working with a system through all phases of the system design process.
Explore real-world problems to develop an understanding of systems engineering life cycle processes and analytical techniques. Each student will complete a project based on a system or enterprise of their choice.
Successful students will learn to:
• Develop analytical skills and optimization methods
• Broaden perspectives working with a system through all phases
• Anaylze architecture issues associated with real-time systems, information assurance, networked enterprises, and virtual and physical architecture prototypes
• Learn models and tools for alternatives analysis and decision making
• Explore queuing theory and analysis
• Use detail design for reliability, maintainability, logistics, affordability
ECE 303 (Introduction to Communications Principles) or STAT 315 (Statistics for Engineers and Scientists). Credit not allowed for both SYSE 530 and ECE 530
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Textbooks and Materials
- Systems Engineering and Analysis, 5th Ed. (2011)
Blanchard and Fabrycky
Textbooks and materials can be purchased at the CSU Bookstore unless otherwise indicated.
Jeremy Daily served as an Assistant and Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Tulsa (TU) from 2006-2019.
In 2019, Dr. Daily accepted a position as an Associate Professor of Systems Engineering at Colorado State University where he continues to work on heavy vehicle cybersecurity and forensics.
Jeremy Daily and Karl Heimer co-founded the CyberTruck Challenge in 2017. Dr. Daily serves as a director for the CyberTruck Challenge non-profit organization and actively recruits students to participate in this unique opportunity.
In 2013, Dr. Daily started a technology company, Synercon Technologies, LLC, that has developed a data extraction tool for heavy vehicle event data recorder information. Law enforcement and crash reconstruction professionals all over the US and Canada use the Synercon Technologies systems for reconstructing crashes involving heavy vehicles. Synercon Technologies was acquired by DG Technologies in 2018.
Learn more at: http://www.engr.colostate.edu/se/jeremy-daily/