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29 October 2016 Free ASEP/CSEP Exam and Transportation To/From

by Communications Team September 10, 2016

October 29, 2016 – October 29, 2016 Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Map and Directions | Register Description: The Washington Metropolitan Area Chapter of INCOSE is offering a Free INCOSE ASEP/CSEP Exam on October 29 at George Mason University and the Chesapeake Chapter is providing free bus transportation to and from the George Mason University test […]

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WISE FREE Event – Sept 19, 2016 TOPIC: An Overview of INCOSE SEP Certification

by Communications Team August 12, 2016

WISE FREE Event TOPIC: An Overview of INCOSE Certification

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CANCELLED——–21 September 2016 Dinner Lecture

by Communications Team August 28, 2016

CANCELLED. WE WILL TRY TO RESCHEDULE IN 2017. Transitioning OMG UPDM to ISO Unified Architecture Framework (UAF) By: Mr. Leonard F. Levine, Defense Information Systems Agency Location:  Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Map and Directions | Register Mr. Levine will outline the development of the Unified Profile for DoDAF and MODAF (UPDM), its basis on SysML, […]

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WISE Event-August 31, A STEM Life: Chronicle of a STEM Professional and Entrepreneur FREE

by Communications Team August 12, 2016

FREE Women in Systems Engineering (WISE) Sponsored Event
A STEM Life: Chronicle of a A STEM Professional and Entrepreneur

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Chesapeake Chapter Wins the Prestigious Platinum Circle Award

by Communications Team July 21, 2016

Chesapeake Chapter wins the prestigious INCOSE Platinum Circle Award for 2015 Chapter operations. For the first time, INCOSE has recognized those chapters who consistently demonstrate excellence in their chapter operations by awarding the Platinum Circle Award. This is the one of the highest honors that a chapter can receive, second only to the Directors Award for […]

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Integrity Technology Consultants (ITC) Sponsor Student Dinners for Chesapeake Chapter Monthly Meetings

by Communications Team July 30, 2016

Thanks to a generous donation from our Corporate Sponsor, Integrity Technology Consultants (ITC), college students attending our INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter monthly dinner meetings and lectures at APL will receive dinner free of charge. ITC was founded in 2003 by Rebecca and Kerry Ireland to provide engineering and management consulting solutions to the National Security Agency’s SIGINT, Technology, Research, […]

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2HB Providing Free Dinner for College Students Attending Monthly INCOSE-CC Meetings

by Communications Team February 6, 2016

Thanks to a generous renewal of a donation from our Corporate Sponsor, 2HB, college students attending our INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter monthly dinner meetings and lectures at APL will receive dinner free of charge. 2HB has been providing this generous support to our chapter since 2015.  2HB Incorporated was founded in 1994, incorporated in 1995, and […]

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20 August 2016 Tutorial – Design Thinking

by Communications Team July 25, 2016

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory Map and Directions | Register Design Thinking – Learn the Tools and Methods of Design Thinking That Will Turn Your Organization Into an Innovation Powerhouse By: Anthony Tripoli and Dennis Smith Saturday, 20 August 2016; 8am – 3pm Presentation:  Creating a culture of innovation sounds great, but how do you start? Focusing […]

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15 June 2016 – After Action Report – The NIST Robotics Program: Assessing the Agility of Industrial Robots

by Communications Team June 18, 2016

Assessing the Agility of Industrial Robots After Action Report: APL’s Parsons Auditorium once again filled with systems engineers and their guests on June 15th, as Dr. Craig Schlenoff and Dr. William S. Harrison from NIST provided an overview of the robotics program at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which is developing and […]

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