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Systems Engineering DC 2016 (SEDC 2016)

by Communications Team on February 7, 2016  •   Print This Post Print This Post   •   

SEDCSEDC 2016 is a continuation of one of the largest U.S.-based systems engineering conferences and is ideal for systems engineers, project managers, and professionals interested in learning more about systems engineering.  The 2016 conference will focus on Critical Infrastructure Protection and Recovery (CIPR) and how systems engineering supports the analysis, planning, and development of resilient systems.

The Conference will provide an opportunity for authors to communicate their knowledge and best practices as systems engineering practitioners involved in CIPR-related government, commercial, and academic areas. Papers, tutorials, and panel sessions will be peer reviewed, scored, and judged on a range of parameters, including usable information or insight into the systems engineering community, clarity of expression, effective communication of ideas, technical depth, and substantiation of concepts.  Areas of interest include, but are not limited to: Affordability & Cost/Benefit Analysis, Agile Systems Engineering, assessment & risk management processes, cloud computing, cyber security methods, education & training, energy, environment, IT cyber security & safety, lessons learned and best practices, operations research, policy, project management, resilient systems, response and recovery, system of systems engineering and systems architecture.

The INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter is supporting this upcoming conference in conjunction with the INCOSE Washington Metropolitan Area Chapter.  Keynotes, presentations, and panels for SEDC 2016 will be held Thursday, March 31, 2016 and Friday, April 1, 2016 at the Westfield’s Marriott Washington Dulles location in Chantilly, VA.  Conference tutorials will be conducted at the George Mason University (GMU) campus on Saturday, April 2, 2016. The conference will provide an opportunity for knowledge and best practice exchange among practitioners involved in CIPR-related government, commercial, research, and academic areas. Over 70 presentations, panels, and tutorials are planned.  Attending INCOSE members can earn up to 20 Professional Development Unit (PDU) Credits; half of the yearly required amount to maintain Certification.

To register, go to:

Cost By Ticket Type Sales End Price
Regular Full Registration March 13, 2016 $379
Regular Day 1 Registration March 13, 2016 $199
Regular Day 2 Registration March 13, 2016 $199
Regular Student Registration March 13, 2016 $99
Reception Only March 31, 2016 $59
Tutorials Only April 2, 2016 $49

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