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INCOSE Finger Lakes: NCOSE FuSE (Future of Systems Engineering) by Erika Palmer

  • Date:
    Apr 20, 2023 - 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Meeting Title: INCOSE FuSE (Future of Systems Engineering)
Speaker(s)Erika K. Palmer, Ph.D., Cornell University
Date: Thursday, 20 April 2023
Venue: via Zoom and in person (pre registration required by 19 April)
 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM EDT

Registration: send an email to and state whether you will attend via zoom or in-person.
The zoom link will be sent out a few days before the meeting. For in-person attendees (L3Harris): Further instructions will be sent out before the meeting. Those attending in-person must register by noon, 19 Aprril. All are welcome. There is no cost to attend the meeting.

To download flyer, click here: INCOSE FLC April Meeting

Meeting Description:
Learn about FuSE and why it is being relaunched. Included will be a discussion on the new sociotechnical focus in future SE programs. Erika K. Palmer is a transdisciplinary social/sociotechnical systems engineer who brings diverse disciplines into the systems engineering community through her research and teaching. Palmer received her Ph.D. in Systems Engineering and Social Policy from the University of Bergen (Norway), where she brought systems engineering tools to the world of social systems in a radical collaborative environment with social scientists and humanities scholars – resulting in high policy impact with research outcomes integrating with policy-making platforms. She is the founder and chair of INCOSE’s Social Systems Working Group (SocWG). Palmer is also the INCOSE’s Americas lead for Empowering Women Leaders in Systems Engineering (EWLSE) and represents Cornell on INCOSE’s Academic Council. Palmer will be spearheading the sociotechnical systems focus area in Cornell’s Systems Engineering Program.