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29 March, 2014 (9:00 AM – 3:30 PM): 2014 Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) Symposium

by Communications Team on January 31, 2014  •   Print This Post Print This Post   •   

Co-hosted by the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and the INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter

Symposium Theme: “Model-Based Systems Engineering: Challenges and Opportunities”
Abstract: While much progress has been made in the standardization and adoption of MBSE, its practice has yet to become ubiquitous. Many challenges to widespread practice of MBSE still exist, and Systems Engineering is at a tipping point between traditional document-based techniques and new model-based techniques. Nevertheless, new methodologies, ever-improving tools, maturing standards, lessons learned, and success stories continue to emerge to support and drive the practice of MBSE. This symposium will provide attendees with a look at the current state-of-practice for MBSE through the eyes of four experts who are “on the front lines” in the fight to make MBSE the de-facto way we do business.

Program:

  • Welcome Address: Sam Seymour, Director of Systems Engineering, JHU/APL
  • Keynote Address: Dr. Richard Soley, CEO and Chariman of the Object Management Group
  • Matthew Hause: Chief Architect, Atego; Co-Chair, UPDM Working Group
    Topic: Modeling Systems-of-Systems and Management of Design Variations
  • Tamara Valinoto: System Architect, Northrop Grumman; Chairperson, Northrop Grumman Corporate Model-Driven Engineering CoP
    Topic: Application of MBSE Theory in a World of Practical Deadlines and Deliverables: Lessons Learned
  • Tom Capelle: President, Sodius Corporation
    Topic: Interoperability between Models using Emerging Tools, Techniques, and Standards
  • Manas Bajaj: Chief Systems Officer, InterCAX LLC
    Topic: Synergy between Model-Based Systems Engineering and Product Lifecycle Management
  • Roundtable Discussion:
    Topic: “What do you see as the most critical challenge to the ubiquitous practice of MBSE?”

Continental Breakfast and Catered Lunch will be provided

Location — Main Auditorium, Building 200, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD.
Cost:$50 Registration and Payment via the INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter website (www.incose-cc.org/registration)

For more information, download the flyer (click here), or contact terri.wolfrom@jhuapl.edu or sean.mcgervey@jhuapl.edu

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