Aug 18, 2016 | Christine Lewis Last week members of UAH faculty and doctorate programs delivered presentations at a Geek2Geek networking event hosted by Cummings Research Park. (No relation to the Geek2Geek dating site; the one we’re referring to is designed to bring business leaders and technology developers together… perhaps in a marriage of the minds.) The event is described as “a fast-paced, super slick, after hours event where a few presenters have only five minutes and 15 slides to present their topics.” Among esteemed UAH presenters was ISEEM’s eminent scholar and professor, Dr. Dale Thomas. The title of his talk was Systems Integration is Hard, and Getting Harder (But Help is on the Way)." In this presentation I overviewed the research underway within ISEEM to address the increasing systems integration challenges resulting in more pervasive use of embedded computing and ever more lines of software in tomorrow’s systems.” Also presenting were Dr. John Christy, Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science and Director of the Earth System Science Center; Mr. Ross Cortez, Propulsion Research Center, PhD candidate; and Dr. Tommy Morris, Director, Center for Cybersecurity Research and Education.