Past Announcements

17 SEP 2014 (6:00 PM – 8:00 PM): Big Data Intelligence: 360 analytical security

by Communications Team July 30, 2014

Tejinder S. Luthra, Global Technical Ambassador, IBM Presentation: Security data is used to analyze activities and metrics associated with risk management, incident detection/response, regulatory compliance, and investigations/forensics. Many of these investigations now include analysis of nontraditional data sources such as social media, customer browsing history, and business transactions. To support business requirements, manage risk, and […]

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20 August, 2014 (6:00 – 8:00 PM): Engineering Design: Insights into Highway Bridge and Tunnel Disasters

by Communications Team July 7, 2014

The Honorable Earl F. Weener, Ph.D, NTSB Presentation: The National Transportation Safety Board, NTSB, is charged with determining the probable cause of transportation accidents, including surface transportation accidents. On August 1st, 2007 the collapse of a bridge on the I-35 Interstate highway in Minneapolis, MN, resulted in thirteen fatalities and injuries to 145 people. On […]

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16 July, 2014 (6:00 – 8:00) Performance-based Logistics for the Systems Engineer

by Communications Team May 27, 2014

Mr. Michael Gourley, Principal Project Engineer, Lockheed Martin Corporation Presentation Aerospace & Defense systems require solutions that have been developed with System Operational Effectiveness (SOE) in mind. In order for them to achieve SOE goals, systems must be well designed, well built, well supported, and affordable for the duration of their respective lifecycles. The Department […]

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12 July, 2014, (9:00 AM – 3:00 PM – Saturday): Systems Architecting – A Strategy and Decisions Perspective

by Communications Team May 27, 2014

Dr. Mark Maier, The Aerospace Corporation, Distinguished Engineer Presentation Systems Architecting generally comprises the technical activities associated with problem selection, concept formation (integrated technical and programmatic), and validation. As such it is deeply linked to organizational strategy and decision making. This tutorial will present, through a series of case studies, analytical and heuristic approaches to […]

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18 June, 2014 (6:00 PM – 8:00 PM): Leading Technical Teams

by Communications Team May 24, 2014

Dr. Michael Ryschkewitsch, formerly Chief Engineer, NASA When we talk about systems engineering, we mostly talk about the science of systems engineering as captured in books, policies and courses. We rarely talk about the art of systems engineering and even less often about what it takes to lead a team through a complicated systems engineering […]

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21 May, 2014 (6:00 – 8:00 PM): The Role of Systems Engineering in Large Scale Agile Software Development Teams

by Communications Team March 31, 2014

Mr. Gundars Osvalds, CSEP, Principal Systems Engineer, Praxis Engineering Presentation: Traditional systems engineering coordination is challenged when software development teams apply agile software methodologies such as Scrum, test driven development and continuous integration. This talk presents an Agile SE Framework that scales agile from individual agile software teams with a few members to large projects […]

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INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter Judges 2 Science & Engineering Fairs

by Communications Team March 29, 2014

The INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter (INCOSE-CC) provided four volunteer judges at 2 Science and Engineering Fairs in Anne Arundel County and Baltimore. Science fairs are great opportunities for INCOSE members to give back to the community by encouraging and supporting our local schools in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) areas. The science fairs also […]

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10 May, 2014 (8:30 AM – 12:30 PM): Tutorial: Exploring the Role of Systems Engineering in an Agile Environment

by Communications Team March 31, 2014

Dr. Suzette Johnson Presentation: Systems engineering plays a critical role in product and systems development. This role becomes increasingly important as we strive to effectively respond to change and manage uncertainty during the development of software-intensive systems. Through interactive exercises participants explore systems engineering as an integrated component within an Agile framework and the importance […]

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16 April, 2014: Architectural Roots of Large System Failures

by Communications Team March 23, 2014

16 April, 2014 (6:00 – 8:00 PM): Architectural Roots of Large System Failures Click here to view on YouTube Mr. Richard Taylor, Sr. System Architect, Evolver, INC Presentation: This presentation addresses the three most common causes of large system failures. Those causes are that the systems architecture (1) is not designed to support scalability, (2) […]

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