Benefits of Joining INCOSE
A membership in the International Council on Systems Engineering will expand your view of the engineering of complex systems and your knowledge of the many aspects of the practice. Project managers, software and hardware engineers and product developers are joining INCOSE to learn how to the use the systems engineering process and apply it to their industries. Get a global perspective of your job responsibilities. Learn how the application of systems engineering techniques can improve your job performance and your organization's well being.
As a Member of INCOSE
INCOSE membership takes dedication, and that is the hallmark of the organization. If you are looking for a community of peers, resources for your career, and a place to be a leader, INCOSE is for you. INCOSE members stand out and are often sought after as experts.
INCOSE members share practices and learn from each other. INCOSE members create products, produce events and represent the organization in international forums. INCOSE members increase the body of knowledge and advance the practice of systems engineering.
As a member you have the opportunity to network with over 16,000 practitioners in systems engineering. The Chesapeake Chapter serves a network of systems engineers in the Maryland area.
Global Knowledge and Opportunities
For over 25 years, INCOSE has championed the art, science, discipline, and practice of systems engineering. INCOSE provides its individual and corporate members with a wealth of knowledge opportunities. these knowledge opportunities enables our members to meet and network in this dynamic, global community of practitioners, stakeholders, and academicians.
A Systems Engineering Professional (SEP) Certification program to increase your professional stature
Quarterly e-Publication, INSIGHT
Electronic version of the Journal of Systems Engineering; and the Systems Engineering Handbook
Collaborate with experts and practitioners
Exclusive access to INCOSE Connect, the collaborative space for Members Only
Member discounted registration to the International Workshop and International Symposium.
Chesapeake Chapter is a local Forum for SE Topics & Networking
At the local level, Chesapeake Chapter hosts monthly meetings on topics of interest. Presentations from local and international speakers, panels, and paper presentations encourage member participation.
Chesapeake Chapter hosts tutorials on subjects of interest to Systems Engineers and is open to both INCOSE members and non-members. Chesapeake Chapter hosts a number of programs on topics of interest to the Systems Engineer every third Wednesday of the month at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland.
Chesapeake Chapter frequently collaborates with other professional societies on topics of mutual interest to enrich our professional learning environment.
Chesapeake Chapter Membership
Chesapeake Chapter has over 300 members. We encourage our members to remain involved, join a committee and run for elected office.
There are a number of ways a member can support the Chapter. There is always a need for volunteers to serve as a member of the Board of Directors, a Committee Chair, or if you have less time but want to contribute in some way, maybe you want to work on a Committee or serve as an Ambassador if you have a relationship with a particular organization which may have a mutual professional interest with the Chapter.
Please consider taking an active role in our Chapter and helping us be successful.
We Proudly Welcome Our New Chapter Members
Akwaka, James, UMBC
Miller, Grant, JHU
Graff, Steve, University of Maryland
Krause, Dave, KEYW Corporation
Mucia, Joseph, Booz Allen Hamilton
Onwuke, George, The Boeing Company
Pantano, Madeline, Northrop Grumman
Miller, Michael, Terumo Medical Corporation
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