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Wednesday, 18 July 2012: SE Contributions to the Next Generation Air Transportation System

by Communications Team on June 23, 2012  •   Print This Post Print This Post   •   

Our Next Monthly Dinner

18 July 2012 (6:00 – 8:00 pm)
Systems Engineering Contributions to the Next Generation Air Transportation System

Dr. W. Clifton Baldwin, PMP, ESEP – FAA Senior Technical Advisor
Speaker: Dr. W. Clifton Baldwin, PMP, ESEP – FAA Senior Technical Advisor

Presentation: The Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) is a comprehensive overhaul of our National Airspace System to make air travel more convenient and dependable, while ensuring flights are as safe, secure and hassle-free as possible. To accomplish this goal, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is making strides in improving its necessary skills and expertise in systems engineering to manage and execute NextGen. Dr. Baldwin has been closely associated with several of the efforts in systems engineering, such as revising the FAA’s System Engineering Manual (SEM), developing a competency framework for FAA systems engineers, and contributing research on system of systems. These endeavors will be discussed and how they contribute to the NextGen effort.

Location: Applied Physics Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University;
11100 Johns Hopkins Rd Laurel MD 20723 (Main Entrance – Lobby 1)

Join us for the tastes of the Summer: Burgers and Dogs, Potato salad Coleslaw, dessert, coffee and iced tea.

>>Download the Meeting Flyer Here<<


Paying online with PayPal: Go to our Registration Page can pay on line via credit card. In order to make sure we have enough food please register for the event even if you plan to pay at the door.

Presentation ONLY: FREE at 7pm in Parsons Auditorium

But please register for Lecture Only Option: There could be a big turnout for this event, for planning purposes please RSVP via our registration webpage even if you don’t plan on joining us for dinner.

The purpose of the Chesapeake Chapter is to foster the definition, understanding, and practice of world class systems engineering in industry, academia, and government. In light of that goal, every month at our dinner meeting we have a drawing for the latest in Systems Engineering literature. So come on out for a chance to win.
July’s door prize is:
Systems Thinking: Coping with 21st Century Problems
by John Boardman and Brian Sauser

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