Texas Gulf Coast Chapter

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Welcome to the Texas Gulf Coast Chapter

Mission Statement

INCOSE shall foster the definition, understanding, and practice of World Class Systems Engineering in industry, academia and government.


To increase systems engineering’s visibility, respect, and excitement in the NASA and Houston areas by creating a fun, lively community where systems engineers and systems engineering are fostered through individual growth, interaction, and community engagement.

INCOSE encourages conferences, workshops, seminars and courses, and may sponsor or co-sponsor events as appropriate.

INCOSE will provide its members with a membership listing and newsletter and will initiate bulletins, technical journals, and electronic bulletin boards, when feasible, to improve the dissemination of the systems engineering knowledge base.

INCOSE will take action to increase the funding of research and educational activities that enhance the practice of systems engineering.

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Contact us at [email protected]
Be sure to sign up with TGCC's Linked-In group. There are resources available on our Linked In site such as technical discussions posted by members and career opportunities posted by employers in the Texas Gulf Coast region and nationally.

Chapter Meetings

Meetings will be held at the JSC Gilruth Center (18600 Space Center Blvd, Houston, TX 77058) and via Zoom Meeting
There will be a new zoom link every meeting.

Please check the Upcoming Event Links, JSC Today, or check Email for the latest link.



Board of Directors meetings on 1st Thursday of month 
Chapter Program meetings typically 3rd Thursday (Hybrid)
Networking 5:30 - 6:00pm 
Program 6:00 - 7:00pm
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