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Lattanze Speaks at NASA IV&V and Glenn Research Center

Professor Tony Lattanze was recently invited to deliver talks to NASA personnel at NASA's IV&V Facility and Glenn Research Center regarding his professional experiences with architecture design in industry. Focusing primarily on Tony’s work with architecture evaluation and Architecture Centric Design Method, the talks coincided with NASA’s own presentations: overviews of their new CubeSat Launch Initiative. Selected universities that develop innovative research projects utilizing NASA’s nanosatellite system will be provided with one of these 4” cubic satellites, free of charge. Upon completion, their project will then be launched into orbit to support space science and research for project oriented education programs.

Check back for further updates on these fascinating little satellites and their possible implications for the Embedded Software Engineering program.