Aug. 2010 – Introduction to Tutorial on Systems Engineering for Legacy Systems – Jeff Williams

Topic: Introduction to Tutorial on Systems Engineering for Legacy Systems Speaker: Mr. Jeffery L. Williams, Bell Helicopter (Hurst, Texas) Date: Thursday, August 19, 2010 Agenda: 5:30 p.m. CDT — Dinner & Networking. 5:50 p.m. CDT — Short Chapter Meeting. 6:00 p.m. CDT — Featured Speaker & Topic (45 min. Presentation, following by 10-15 min. Q&A Session). 7:00 p.m. CDT — Adjournment. Locations: You may attend at... [Read More...]

July 2010 – Invention by Design: How Engineers Get from Thought to Thing – Paul White

The world of our everyday experience is shaped by the practice of engineering and technology. Engineering entails more than knowing how things work. Engineering is the process by which ideas become reality. Indeed, we use many common items in our society today that are the products of engineering and technology. What processes did these engineers use to make their ideas become these common items that we use today? In this presentation, we will use... [Read More...]

June 2010 – New Product Development and Systems Architecting – Chris Askew

Effective systems architecting in the new open marketplace environment as currently implied by the U.S. DoD and DHS requires a commensurate understanding of the effects of new product development market forces on system architecture development. This presentation will address topic areas relevant to practicing system architects in product/system process development and in developing product marketing strategies. Entrepreneurs and small-business owners... [Read More...]

May 2010 – Non Functional Requirements Part 2 – Tim Kasse

This is the second part of a 2-part presentation on non-functional requirements.  Requirements are the basis for design. In systems engineering, a requirement can be a description of what  a system must do, referred to as a Functional Requirement. Another type of requirement specifies something about the system itself, and how well it performs its functions. Such requirements are often called Non-functional requirements, or ‘performance requirements.... [Read More...]

April 2010 – Non Functional Requirements Part 1 – Tim Kasse

Requirements are the basis for design.  In systems engineering, a requirement can be a description of what  a system must do, referred to as a Functional Requirement.  Another type of requirement specifies something about the system itself, and how well it performs its functions.  Such requirements are often called Non-functional requirements, or ‘performance requirements.  This 2-part presentation intends to provide a short description... [Read More...]

March 2010 – INCOSE International Workshop – John Nallon

INCOSE’s International Workshop is the event of the year for systems engineers to contribute to the state of the art. In this presentation, we have two speakers that are going to discuss different aspects of the International Workshop. Don Boyer will introduce the Keys to Effective Chapters program and available resources as well as discuss some of the Working Groups he attended.  John Nallon will discuss the Model Based Systems Engineering... [Read More...]

February 2010 – Creating the System Engineering Body of Knowledge – Dr. Arthur Pyster

A project led by the Stevens Institute of Technology and the Naval Postgraduate School is working collaboratively across the world-wide community to create a robust Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge (SEBoK).  The project, called the Body of Knowledge and Curriculum to Advance Systems Engineering (or BKCASE), is a three-year effort with support from the U.S. Department of Defense, INCOSE, the IEEE Systems Council, and the NDIA Systems Engineering... [Read More...]

January 2010 – INCOSE Working Groups – Paul White

One of the ways that INCOSE brings value to its stakeholders is through its more than 30 Working Groups.  INCOSE Working Groups are composed of INCOSE members who are interested in building their expertise and contact in a particular area of systems engineering or who have expertise to some level and are interested in sharing that with others.  INCOSE Working Group members participate in many activities such as creating unique products, reviewing... [Read More...]

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