10 June 2017, DEADLINE EXTENDED!
Proposal Submissions to EasyChair
Call for Participation
The chapters of the INCOSE Great Lakes Region invite you to participate in the 11th Annual INCOSE Great Lakes Regional Conference (GLRC11). GLRC11 will feature important topics from critical sectors such as aerospace, agriculture, automotive, biomedical & healthcare, defense, education, energy, government, information infrastructure, safety & security, space, and transportation.
Building upon last year’s conference, GLRC11 will again feature an INCOSE SE Professional Development Day (SE-PDD). The SE-PDD will be a virtual extension of the conference, with the featured sessions broadcast from Minnesota to several satellite sites on Friday the 13th of October. New this year will be STEM demonstrations from area youth during the conference banquet and reception.
The Program Committee for the 11th Great Lakes Regional Conference (GLRC11) of the International Council on System Engineering (INCOSE) invites you to improve the theory and practice of Systems Engineering by submitting a proposal for a
● panel discussion, or
on the theme: Superior System Solutions for Today’s Complex Environments
Initiating the second decade of successful Systems Engineering (SE) conferences in the Great Lakes region, GLRC11 will have keynote and featured presentations from SE thought leaders, papers from SE practitioners and academia, panels on important SE topics, and world-class tutorials from SE experts.
Building upon last year’s conference, GLRC11 will again feature an INCOSE SE Professional Development Day (SE-PDD). This will be a virtual extension of the conference, with featured sessions broadcast to several satellite sites. Some accepted submittals may be invited to participate in the SE-PDD track.
Proposals for 30 minute presentations are sought that will help improve systems engineering. Presentations may have accompanying papers which will be published as part of the conference proceedings.
Proposals for 90 minute panel discussions are sought on significant or controversial subjects in systems engineering, about which different points of view are held. Proposals for panel discussions should nominate knowledgeable, eloquent, polite members who can forcefully and succinctly advocate different positions on the panel topic.
Proposals for half- or full-day tutorials are sought that will teach systems engineering skills, tools, techniques, and knowledge. Proposals for tutorials should specify what will be gained by those attending.
Important GLRC11 Proposal Dates