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Breaking News – Chesapeake Chapter Members Selected for Fellows and Founders Awards

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

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, July 17, 2017- Adelaide, Australia

The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Chesapeake Chapter is proud to announce that two of our Chapter Members have been selected to receive the prestigious INCOSE Fellows Award and the INCOSE Founders Award for 2017.

On Monday, July 17, 2017, Dr. Ronald Luman of the Johns Hopkins University (JHU) received the INCOSE 2017 Fellows Award.  INCOSE Fellows are individuals with significant verifiable contributions to the art and practice of Systems Engineering in industry, government or academia. This award recognizes practitioners from government and industry applying knowledge and contributing to the practice of systems engineering in designing and acquiring systems, researchers developing new knowledge, pushing the theory forward, and teachers disseminating knowledge and developing the next generation of successful systems engineers. Dr Luman was recognized for his significant contributions to the art and practice of systems engineering across industry, Government and academia. Dr. Luman is currently Chief of Staff at the JHU/Applied Physics Lab as well as the Systems Engineering Chair of the JHU Whiting School of Engineering, Engineering for Professionals Program.

George Anderson, ESEP, of MetaTech Consulting, Inc., received the 2017 Founders Award for his contributions to INCOSE over the past 15 years and his contributions to the systems engineering profession over the course of the past 30 years. The Founders Award is a highly prestigious award presented annually to one distinguished member of INCOSE who has made a major contribution to the organization. The award recognizes outstanding individual contributions to INCOSE, be they a single event or a lifetime of significant efforts. These contributions are of a highly significant nature and contribute positively to the advancement of INCOSE or an INCOSE Chapter. George was recognized for his life’s work as a Systems Engineer, for his representation and ambassadorship of INCOSE’s core values, and for his commitment to the advancement of INCOSE and the systems engineering profession.

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