Chandru Mirchandani is an INCOSE Fellow, AIAA Associate Fellow, ESEP, and IEEE Senior Member. Currently, with Leidos, as a Qualified System Architect, Principal System Engineering Lead in Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability Engineer, and SME in the Digital Engineering Center of Excellence. He developed, authored, and delivered in-depth analysis for system reliability and resilience; and developed an innovative process to distribute & allocate software faults to SW based on CPU usage, content & environment. Concurrently, an Adjunct Professor at George Washington University teaching System Engineering for the past 10 years. Technical chair for national and international symposia and conferences; authored over 40 papers in complex systems and optimization of system concepts; and reviewed technical papers. He has an MEEE (Rensselaer), an MS in Systems Engineering (University of Maryland), and a Ph.D. in Systems Engineering from George Washington University. Interests include research, design, and model development of complex systems based on reliability, performance, and cost; fault-tolerant systems; Bayesian processes and decision theory. He has over 30 years as a Senior Staff Engineer (Lockheed Martin and heritage companies) in the research, development, design, and integration of VLSI-based telemetry systems at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. Co-Principal Investigator on Intelligent Sensor and Satellite Networks for Earth Science and Exploration. Lead System Engineer and Architect on conceptual designs and concepts for Advanced Traffic Management Systems and Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems. Awarded a Fulbright Specialist Grant in 2012, taught Risk Management in Large Scale Systems at the University of Sri Lanka. He is currently a member of the following working groups (WG) and technical committees (TC): INCOSE - Resilience Systems WG, Systems and Software Interface WG, Systems Engineering Heuristics WG, and Complex Systems WG. AIAA - Space Operations and Support TC, Small Satellite TC. Chair of the Joint INCOSE/IEEE System Engineering and Software Interface TC.