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Jobs Networking

by Mark Kaczmarek March 20, 2014

      Job Seekers Assistance     Greetings to job seeking engineers in the Baltimore & Washington DC area. This blog is intended to assist those looking for work. One of the best methods for jobs seekers is NETWORKING. And to help facilitate this effort, INCOSE CC is planning to have a manned table […]

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Maryland Robotics Day – Friday, October 25th

by Patrick Williams October 21, 2013

Come explore robotics research, lab tours, and more at Maryland Robotics Day! Next Friday, Oct. 25, the University of Maryland will be offering tours of 18 robotics laboratories and providing demonstrations of new and ongoing robotic research at Maryland Robotics Day. This no-charge open house showcases the wide range of robotics research taking place in […]

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Robopocalyse: A Book Review

by Communications Team December 17, 2012

FROM THE BLOG: Abi Fuller, Team lead for Robo-Lions Robotics Team #2199, reviews Daniel Wilson’s Sci-Fi Book about the coming Human/Robot war.

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The Cloud: Why should we care?

by Communications Team June 26, 2012

FROM THE BLOG: Is the cloud another new fangled fad fleeting about in the firmament as a fancy figment of some marketers imagination?

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INSIGHT into the state of Systems Engineering Professionalization

by Communications Team April 21, 2012

FROM OUR BLOG: Erik Devito discusses some insights he’s gotten from the latest issue of INCOSE INSIGHT available now to all members on the INCOSE Connect products page.

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When Models and Metaphors are Dangerous

by Communications Team March 24, 2012

FROM OUR BLOG: Paul Martin reviews the documentary “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace” by Adam Curtis and delves into the dangers of improper use of Models and Metaphors.

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Update to “Finding Amelia: A Challenge in Systems Engineering”

by Communications Team March 20, 2012

An update on the Nov. 2010 Joint AIAA/INCOSE forum with Ric Gillespie. The State Department plans to join a new effort to find Amelia Earhart’s plane.

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SEs as Creative Leaders

by Communications Team March 11, 2012

Organizations and businesses need creative leaders and SEs should answer the call. It’s time for SEs to embrace their creativity and lead organizations to greater heights of technical glory.

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Everyone a Systems Engineer … or at least a Systems Thinker?

by Patrick Williams February 26, 2012

Presidents POV My first job out of college was as a Mechanical Engineer. Although I was doing finite element analysis to calculate stresses for state of the art electromagnetic devices, I was told that “every engineer is a marketer”. Our mindset was to be such that we were all to be thinking about new business […]

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