Future of Systems Engineering (FuSE)

Vision: Inspire the global community to realize the SE Vision

FuSE Program Mission Statement.

FuSE refines and evolves the SE Vision 2035 across competencies, research, tools & environment, practices, and applications.

FuSE identifies critical gaps towards the vision realization and initiates & supports relevant actions

FuSE fosters involvement and collaboration within and outside of INCOSE.

FuSE educates, shares success, and expands.



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Join our first mini-event series. 

Following the announcement of the next phase of the FuSE program at IW 2023, we anticipate to involve an even broader systems community to join our efforts to realize the SE Vision 2035. Paticipate our FuSE mini events to get on boad and shape the Future of Systems Engineering.

Future of Systems Engineering (FuSE) Introduction and Update

Mar 29, 2023

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Future of Systems Engineering (FuSE) Vision & Roadmaps

Apr 06, 2023

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Future of Systems Engineering (FuSE) Application Extensions – SE and Asset Management

Apr 13, 2023

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FuSE Metho- dologies Virtual Workshop

Apr 20, 2023

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The FuSE Program is organized in 4 streams.


Vision & Roadmaps

The Systems Engineering Vision and Roadmaps stream continuously refines, evolves, and complements the SE Vision 2035. Furthermore, the Vision and Roadmaps stream creates an integrated set of roadmaps across the four FuSE streams. The streams are interrelated and concurrently guide and influence each other. The intermediate stream goal is to frame the structural relationships and value models to support the roadmaps creation.



The SE Foundations stream has its basis in both theory and industrial practice. The intermediate stream goal is to assess the adequacy of the foundations and identify gaps to determine future directions. Special consideration will be given to the theoretical foundation of the SE as a discipline on one hand and the practical application foundations using principles and heuristics on the other hand.



The SE Methodologies stream guides the advancement of practices, methods, and tools for engineering systems to be fit for purpose at the scale, interrelatedness, complexity, non-determinism, and emerging technology innovations such as AI and agility. The intermediate stream goal is to assess the adequacy of current INCOSE technical products, ongoing FuSE projects in this stream, and identify gaps.


Application Extensions

The SE Application Extensions stream integrates social sciences, soft systems, as well as initiatives such as Smart Cities to address grand challenges to meet human and societal needs as stated in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The intermediate stream goal is to frame the value model to justify systems engineering’s role at the policy table for these grand challenges.

The FuSE Team.


Paul Schreinemakers

Stream Lead “SE Vision & Roadmaps”


Bill Miller

FuSE Program Lead


Oli de Weck

Stream Lead “SE Foundations”


Chris Hoffman

Stream Lead “SE Methodologies”


Stephan Finkel

PMO Contractor | 3DSE


Martina Feichtner

PMO Contractor | 3DSE


Tom Strandberg

Stream Lead “SE Application Extensions”

Where to engage with FuSE.


The FuSE organizational structure

Press Release

SAN DIEGO (24 January 2023) – The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is pleased to announce the launch of the next phase of the Future of Systems Engineering (FuSE, www.incose.org/fuse) initiative to realize the Systems Engineering Vision 2035.

Find out more by visiting the FuSE Yammer community today!

Yammer is INCOSE's social media platform for members. Use your INCOSE-issued Microsoft credential to login and join the conversation. INCOSE credentials are in the form of first.last@incose.net or first.last@incose.buzz.