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VSE in the News

Upcoming Events



VSE in the News 

News stories about VSE that have been posted:


Beyond Mason


·         The Kojo Nnamdi Show (NPR): Mason’s Liza Wilson Durant (Volgenau) is interviewed on Amazon’s arrival to Arlington and how Mason will support the rising tech demand in Virginia.


On the Mason News Page (


·         Mason junior takes to the skies. Amy Rose, who earned her private pilot's license through a minor in aviation flight training and management offered at Mason.


On the Volgenau News Page (


·         Department collaborates with industry to implement power engineering specialization. Ludovit Hintos, BS Electrical and Computer Engineering ’08, is helping the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department develop the power engineering specialization for the electrical engineering program.


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Ludovit Hintos says Mason helped him get where he is now, and he wants to give back. 






ECE alum Ludovit Hintos works uses his education in electrical engineering working as a manager of electric distribution design and project management.


If you have suggestions for other stories, please submit them to Martha Bushong, [log in to unmask].




Up-coming Events


Whether you're looking for a specific event or browsing, our calendar lets you know what’s happening at the school. Here is a sample of what’s coming in the next several weeks. For more information visit our calendar on the web. From this page, you can share the event on social media, get updates, forward to friends, or save it to your own calendar.


November 30 – CASBBI, 1:00 pm. ENGR 4705. The Center for Adaptive Systems for Brain-Body Interactions (CASBBI), led by Siddhartha Sikdar (bioengineering), Jim Thompson (psychology), and Lynn Gerber (health administration and policy), has been selected for base funding by a team led by the Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President S. David Wu. This group will meet weekly and present seminars.


December 3 – Validating a Command and Control-Simulation Interoperation Standard, 2:00 pm. ENGR 4705.


Technical Activities in the NATO MSG have conducted a sustained effort to develop a standards-based capability for coalitions to interoperate their national command and control (C2) and simulation systems collectively. This form of multinational interoperability can have a great impact on the effectiveness of coalition military operations.  The seminar will describe the testing achieved at CWIX 2018 and the role of the C2SIM Sandbox in its development.

About the Speaker

Dr. Pullen is professor of computer science and director of the Center of Excellence in Command, Control, Communications, Computing, Intelligence (C4I) and Cyber at George Mason University. Previously he managed internet and distributed simulation programs at DARPA and was an associate professor of electrical engineering at the US Military Academy West Point, New York.


December 4 – LIS/DA meeting, 12:30 pm. Research Hall 91, Fairfax Campus.

Discuss and share modeling issues and research findings.


December 6 – Prospective Graduate Student Information Session, 6:30 pm.


December 7 – CEIE Senior Dinner, 5:00 pm. Johnson Center, Georges, Fairfax Campus, The HUB, Meeting Room 3 and 4, Fairfax Campus.


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To foster awareness of current IT security issues, ITS publishes a monthly newsletter on topics of interest to a general audience. The November newsletter can be read at This month’s newsletter discusses how to tell when you’ve been hacked.


Please contact Jonathan Goldman, the VSE Security Liaison, if you have any questions.