Research, Development and Commercialization
iCES has been working on several research and development projects for the DoD and the Intelligence Community. We engaged subject matter experts and several academic institutions to bring in the best to our team of cutting edge research. iCES is teamed up with the George Washington University, Georgia Institute of Technology, and Stevens Institute of Technology to bring in the best of breakthrough computing and communication technologies to assist our clients to tackle internet security, data mining, cloud computing, systems resiliency, and other research projects.
iCES has teamed up with several academic institutions and program experts to provide training and courses in System and Software Engineering, Modeling and Simulation, and Model-Based Systems Engineering.
Technical training has been offered at different levels through fundamentals and hands-on training and through graduate courses in modular formats that allow students to fulfill all the requirements of their course work without having to be physically present at a campus facility. iCES has developed an educational and training program designed specifically to meet the specific individual needs and their level of expertise.
iCES believes in having strong participation in academia and industry standards to better serve our customers and contribute back to the industry body of knowledge. Our principal staff members have strong academic background and tremendous industry experience and leadership. iCES is affiliated with The George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science, The National Council of Entrepreneurial Technology Transfer , Stevens Institute of Technology School of Systems and Enterprises, and the Center for Advanced Defense Studies (CADS), a non-profit think tank that focuses on National Security Studies.
Stevens Institute of Technology is one of the leading universities in Systems Engineering Research. iCES has teamed up with Stevens and offered a graduate certificate program for DoD and DISA in Systems and Software Engineering.