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ECE 507: Seminar Emerging Technologies

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Not Repeatable


Study of emerging technologies, how they are identified, how they evolve, actions which may encourage or stifle their growth, government influences, societal influences, examples of success and failure, and some lessons to be learned which are unique to government information technology. Topics covered will include a general introduction to emerging technologies, with emphasis on IT, discussion of difficulty in letting go of legacy systems, the DOD Global Information Grid, Cyberwarfare, Complex Adaptive Systems, and Federal Government support of Research and Development. Cannot be used in the PhD IT program.

When Offered: Fall

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

Graduate Standing

Expertise