Dennis R. Goldenson came to the SEI in 1990 after teaching at Carnegie Mellon University since 1982. He is widely recognized as a leading expert in software engineering measurement and analysis. His work over the years has concentrated on advanced measurement and analytical methods with a focus on the performance and quality outcomes of software and systems engineering practices. In addition to his work on early cost estimation in the presence of uncertainty, other recent work related to early cost estimation done with DoD and contractor organizations includes research on capability and requirements engineering. His current and recent work also includes empirical evaluation of software architecture in cloud computing, the quantitative analysis of textual information, and tools to support collaborative processes. Related interests are in voice of customer methods, modeling and simulation, experimental design, and the visual display of quantitative information.