Workshop Sessions

In total 20 workshop sessions programmed in 5 parallel tracks:

   Track 1  Track 2  Track 3  Track 4  Track 5  Track 6
Oct 10 morning  Automotive I
chair: Alain Dauron
Full Vehicle System Architecture: Innovative Standard & Functional modelling"
Architecture I
chair: Alexander Haarer
Hands-on System Architecture Framework (SAF) I
PM-SE Integration
chair: Jean Claude Roussel
Initiatives and tasks in the Project Mgt & Syst Eng integration
chair: Jon Holt
INCOSE UK MBSE Working Group
chair: Rüdiger Kaffenberger
Small Business System Engineering
Oct 10 afternoon Automotive II
chair: Yann Chazal
Cooperative and intelligent transportation systems: support of reference architectures
Architecture II
chair: Alexander Haarer
Hands on Systems Architecture Framework (SAF) II
chair: Ian Presland
The New INCOSE SE Competency Framework
System of Systems
chair: Tom McDermott
If everything is a system of does that change how we describe systems? And educate systems engineers?
System Thinking
chair: Gary Smith
Integrating system science, thinking and acting
paper-based Exam
free of charge
Oct 11 morning Future of Systems Engineering
chair: James Martin
FuSE development plans and the Foundations for SE (F4SE) project
Human System Integration
chair: Guy André Boy
Discussing and Designing an effective HSI description
Reliability Engineering
chair: Albertyn Barnard
Modelling as enabler of Reliability
Product Line Engineering
chair: Guillermo Chalé-Gongora
State of the practice of PLE in industry – Where are we? And where should we go?
System Integration in Rail
chair: Michael Morua
Challenges for system integration in Rail
Oct 11 afternoon Young INCOSE
chair: Michiel Loonen
Sharing and discussing experiences of setting up a workgroup of young System Engineers
Kowledge Management
chair: Juan Llorens
Expand and promote the application, education and theory of knowledge management for Systems Engineering as laid out ISO 15288
Configuration Management
chair: Adriana d’Souza
State of the art and Body of Knowledge in CM
chair: Frank Popielas
Engineering Modelling, Analysis and Simulation
Oil & Gas
chair: Jeroen Veen
Requirements Management through the Oil & Gas Value Chain

The 2-day workshop won’t just be passive listening sessions. Session facilitators from LEF Future Center will facilitate work forms in which everyone can contribute actively. Active methods maximize results. (what you read - you will forget; what you hear - you will understand; what you do - you will remember!). In terms of session topics you will be able to choose from typical SE related issues, domain specific topics and a session with our Young INCOSE group, as listed above.

In addition we offer a plenary warming-up workshop for creating visualizations of the session outcomes. As our brain is much better utilized in remembering visualized information! We will have a market place at the end of the seconds day where these visualizations will be exhibited as a nice representation of all creative activities.