Come join us for dinner, networking, and a featured presentation. Mark Sampson, from Siemens and Chair - INCOSE Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) Initiative, will speak to us about MBSE. Remote attendance is available upon request.
We sincerely thank KIHOMAC
for their support of our chapter! We recognize and value the support of local companies.
Date: Thursday, October 10, 2019
6-8 p.m. (Mountain Time)
- 6:00 - 6:30 p.m. -- Dinner & Networking
- 6:30 - 6:45 p.m. -- Chapter Announcements
- 6:45 - 8:00 p.m. -- Featured Presentation (45 minute presentation, followed by 30 minutes of questions/discussion)
3800 North Fairfield Road East
Layton, Utah 84041
(Across from Janicki Industries)
Mark Sampson will speak about INCOSE's latest efforts to promote MBSE.
Mark Sampson is the product evangelist preaching integrating systems engineering and requirements within the product-lifecycle management (PLM) business at Siemens—enabling systems engineering and requirements to participate/influence all aspects of product development.
After graduating with a BS in Computer Engineering from BYU and a MS in Systems Engineering from USC, Mark started his career at Texas Instruments, survived a successful boot-strap startup, selling out to EDS, eventually ending up at Siemens with a breadth of 30 years’ experience around applying Systems Engineering tools in a variety of industries and well-known brands—high tech, automotive, defense aero, medical devices, consumer products, and others.
Mark was a founding member of the INCOSE N.Texas Chapter, has served in a variety of local and international-level leadership roles including INCOSE Technical Board overseeing modeling and tools strategies. He currently chairs INCOSE’s MBSE Initiative which is responsible for system modeling standards such as ISO-AP-233 system data exchange standard and SysML and is currently focused on developing/implementing MBSE best practices.
Mark has published a number of articles on automating systems engineering in various journals including INCOSE Symposia, Insight, and IEEE Spectrum. In addition, Mark is an adjunct professor at SMU where he teaches graduate-level systems engineering courses.
Mark lives outside Zion National Park in Southern Utah where he and his wife are experiencing raising a teenager.
Please contact Paul White, Chapter President, at 385-393-2137 or Paul.White@kihomac.com