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SEP Exam May 20, 2017 at JHU/APL

May 20, 2017 - May 20, 2017 Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Map and Directions | Register Description: | The Chesapeake Chapter ...

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2017 STEM Scholarships

Chesapeake Chapter Offers Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Scholarships Deadline Extended: May 31, 2017 Chapter Member Scholarship, $5,000:  The INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter Foundation is ...

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The Chesapeake Chapter proudly welcomes our new members: 2017 New Members -April 2017 Abbott, Steve, DOD, Dougan, Thomas, Northrop Grumman, Evans, ...

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No Magic Training June 2017

by Communications Team on April 16, 2017  •   Print This Post Print This Post   •   

June 26, 2017 – June 30, 2017

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

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Description: Applying UPDM 2/DODAF/MODAF with MagicDraw is a 5 day course for Unified Profile for DoDAF and MODAF (UPDM 2). The course focuses on implementation of UPDM 2 using core MagicDraw functionality and the MagicDraw UPDM 2 plug-in.
Course: This comprehensive course will help students to quickly improve planning and implementation of complex systems using UPDM 2 standards and the MagicDraw UPDM 2 plug-in. The training approach used assumes that many students have a basic understanding of DoDAF or MODAF and an understanding of how to describe an architecture. This course covers UPDM 2 in terms of the following architectural frameworks: DoDAF 1.0, DoDAF 1.5, DoDAF 2.0 (DM2) and MODAF 1.2 (M3).
Contains lectures and hands-on practice on using UPDM2 for architecture development
Includes information on how to build complete and integrated architectures; Presents UPDM 2 and related standards
UML 2, SoaML, and SysML where they apply to UPDM 2
Shows how to implement and customize the DoD Architecture Framework; Covers complete UPDM 2 Models and Views.
Presents a concise case study.
Course Materials: Students will receive printed course materials and a Magic Draw 30 day license key. Students must bring a laptop computer to use during the course.

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June 21, 2017 – June 21, 2017

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

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Presentation: We will look at the context of the Systems Thinking paradigm by exploring its history and philosophy. Explaining how this new mode of thought allows engineers to understand the workings of the world better. Starting with early ancient ideas and literature on systems, moving onto modern systems scientists (Bertalanffy, Wiener, Churchman, Forrester, etc.), and ending with INCOSE’s SE Handbook and the SEBoK explanations of the Concepts, Principles and Patterns of Systems Thinking. The road this talk will take is long and winding but it will illustrate the rich heritage that Systems Thinking brings to the table. And the fact that this is a new way to view the world with new eyes. To be able to see the world beyond its abstract categories and definitions and to start to appreciate the wonder of a system’s “wholeness.”

Speaker:  Mr. Martin is a practicing Systems Engineer with over 35 years of experience. He is the founder and owner of SE Scholar, LLC, a company dedicated to helping Systems Engineers get their INCOSE SEP certification through affordable, on line instruction, no matter where they live and work! Paul also serves as an Adjunct Professor at UMBC where he teaches two SE graduate courses.

Advance Registration $20 for Members, $25 for Non-members, and Students Free.

Payments received after June 18th, add $5.

 

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cti-dec-2016-design-1We are pleased to announced Certification Training International (CTI) will be offering an Associate Systems Engineering Professional (ASEP) and Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) training course.

The 5-day course will be held at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, Montpelier Building (MP) 3, Room E183, September 25th through 29th (Monday through Friday), 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Chesapeake Chapter members receive a 10% Discount, Enter Registration Code INCOSECHES2017.

 

 

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2017 STEM Scholarships

by Communications Team on March 12, 2017  •   Print This Post Print This Post   •   

Chesapeake Chapter Offers

Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Scholarships

Deadline Extended: May 31, 2017

Chapter Member Scholarship, $5,000:  The INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter Foundation is offering a scholarship for a chapter member or a family member.  The applicant must meet the eligibility criteria and be enrolled in a college or university STEM-related program.  Chapter Member Scholarship Application

Open Scholarship, $1,000: Students enrolled in a college or university STEM-related program and meet the INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter Foundation scholarship eligibility criteria are encouraged to apply.  Open Scholarship Application

For instructions and a copy of the application, please select the appropriate scholarship link above. Forward your completed application and all supporting materials (including unofficial transcript and resume) to  president@incose-cc.org before the 31 May Deadline. 

Awardees will be announced in June

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