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2014 April Newsletter

by Communications Team March 31, 2014

Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser.   April 2014 • Back Issues • Forward to Friend President’s Point of View Spring in our Step Mr. Erik DeVito – INCOSE CC President erik.devito@incose.org Trust me, even if it may not seem 100% like Spring has arrived, it really has. I saw my tulips budding […]

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29 March, 2014: After Action Report – MBSE Symposium

by ted.carney April 10, 2014

MBSE Symposium After Action Report: March 29th , 2014 was an exciting day for both INCOSE Chesapeake and APL, as the two organizations co-hosted their first symposium on model-based systems engineering (MBSE). Over 70 attendees flooded the auditorium in building 200 of APL’s South Campus, all convening to witness presentations from leaders of the MBSE […]

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19 March, 2014: After Action Report – Lessons From Revolutionary Systems

by ted.carney March 28, 2014

Lessons From Revolutionary Systems After Action Report: APL’s Parsons Auditorium once again filled with systems engineers and their guests on March 19th, as Dr. Mark Maier presented “Lessons From Revolutionary Systems,” to INCOSE Chesapeake. Dr. Maier keyed on two revolutionary systems in particular – the Douglas DC-3 aircraft, and the Global Positioning System. Maier prefaced […]

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2014 March Newsletter

by Communications Team March 6, 2014

    Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser.   March 2014• Back Issues • Forward to Friend President’s Point of View Opportunity Knocks Mr. Erik DeVito – INCOSE CC President erik.devito@incose.org   Be prepared for a famous quote and an old cliché. That’s right it’s that time again, time for the INCOSE Chesapeake […]

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19 Feb 2014: After Action Report – Systems Research at the University of Maryland, College Park

by ted.carney February 23, 2014

Systems Research at UMD Parastoo Delgoshaei, PhD Candidate, UMCP After Action Report: February 19th, saw not one, but three speakers present to INCOSE Chesapeake members and guests in APL’s Parsons Auditorium for the chapter’s monthly event. The speakers, all graduate students at the University of Maryland’s Institute for Systems Research, each presented on their research […]

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After Action Report: February 15 Workshop – Thinking Outside the Box in Systems Engineering and Integration

by ted.carney February 20, 2014

Thinking Outside the Box in Systems Engineering and Integration Dr. Howard Eisner, Professor Emeritus, The George Washington University After Action Report: On February 15th, INCOSE Chesapeake members and guests were treated to a workshop given by Dr. Howard Eisner, Professor Emeritus at GWU. At 40 attendees, the workshop was one of the most well-attended in […]

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15 Jan, 2014: After Action Report: There is plenty of room at the bottom: Applying Systems Engineering Methodologies to the Micro and Nanoscale Realm

by Communications Team February 6, 2014

There is Plenty of Room at the Bottom: Applying Systems Engineering Methodologies to the Micro and Nanoscale Realm Ms. Ann Garrison Darrin, The Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory After Action Report: January’s Chapter event saw INCOSE Chesapeake gather in a different space on APL’s campus, as 70+ members and guests stocked a lecture hall […]

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30 January, 2014: Women in Systems Engineering (WISE) Kick-Off Luncheon

by Communications Team February 5, 2014

Summary: Joined by President-Elect George Anderson, Treasurer Kent de Jong, and Secretary Mark Kaczmarek, INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter President Erik DeVito provided a brief overview of both INCOSE and INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter. Following this short introduction, with 19 Women Systems Engineers representing 10 different local companies in attendance, the Women in Systems Engineering (WISE) was kicked-off. […]

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15 Jan 2014: There’s plenty of room at the bottom: Systems Engineering on the Micro and Nano Scale

by Communications Team February 4, 2014

15 Jan, 2014: There is Plenty of Room at the Bottom: Applying Systems Engineering Methodologies to the Micro and Nanoscale Realm – Ann Garrison Darrin, Managing Executive of the Space Department APL Click to download presentation

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