Steve Biemer

Steve Biemer is a systems engineer for the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. In this position, he works with both the Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security defining and conducting analytical end-engineering assessments of systems, platforms, architectures, and networks. Biemer has 36 years of systems engineering and analysis experience with JHU/APL. Additionally, he is a Systems Engineering Program instructor for the Johns Hopkins University, the University of Maryland, and the George Washington University. Biemer holds the following degrees from Johns Hopkins University: a bachelor’s in mathematical sciences, a master’s in computer science, and master’s in technical management. He holds a Doctor of Engineering in systems engineering from George Washington University. Finally, Biemer is a member of INCOSE and IEEE.


Uncertainty and Research

Systems Thinking and Engineering: Framework for Impact

The overall theme and desired outcome for attendees taking this executive course is the ability to make decisions with impact. Framing complex problems in systems terms allows decision-makers to identify...

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