Ilminster, England (May 23, 2019) - INCOSE UK is celebrating 25 years as the home for Systems Engineering in the United Kingdom, and so has decided to host its Annual Systems Engineering Conference at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds on 19 and 20 November 2019.
Rather than looking backwards over the last 25 years the INCOSE UK Council has decided this year’s theme should be about looking forward and so has gone with
“Celebrating the Future of Systems Engineering”
Inspiring the Next Generation Advancing the Practices Pushing the Boundaries
Kirsty Akroyd-Wallis, INCOSE UK President, said “I am pleased to announce that the M’Pherson Lecture on day one will be delivered by Garry Roedler, Kerry Lunney and Alan Harding, the President, President-Elect and Immediate-Past President of INCOSE respectively. Professor Emma Sparks Director of Programme Portfolio Delivery & Deputy Director Education Head of Centre for Systems Engineering, Cranfield Defence and Security, Cranfield University will deliver the Arnold Lecture on day two.”
INCOSE UK is looking forward to welcoming systems engineers to this year’s conference and being an enabler for sharing of knowledge, good practice and creating networking opportunities.
The ASEC 2019 event website is now live and contains important information about the event: www.asec2019.org.uk . The ASEC 2019 event hashtag is #ASEC2019UK and can be used and followed across Twitter and LinkedIn.
Emma Jane Taylor INCOSE UK Secretariat Tel: 01460 298217
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.incoseonline.org.uk
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