We invite you to our panel discussion about INCOSE Working Groups and, in particular, the ones that our Wasatch Chapter directly supports.
ATTENTION: We are concerned about the spread of coronavirus and want to ensure that chapter members and friends are safe and healthy. Beginning 3/23/2020 and until further notice, all chapter meetings will be held remotely via Webex ONLY due to coronavirus precautions. We will have no meetings at the Kihomac location.
Thursday, August 13, 2020
6:00-8:00 p.m. (Mountain Time)
- 6:00 - 6:30 p.m. -- Dinner & Networking -- CANCELED
- 6:30 - 6:45 p.m. -- Chapter Announcements -- John McCrea, Director-at-Large -- Wasatch Chapter
- 6:45 - 7:00 p.m. -- Overview of INCOSE Working Groups -- John McCrea, Director-at-Large -- Wasatch Chapter
- 7:00 - 7:30 p.m. -- INCOSE Configuration Management (CM) Working Group -- Paul Nelson, Chair -- CM Working Group
- 7:30 - 8:00 p.m. -- INCOSE Digital Engineering Information Exchange (DEIX) Working Group -- Tamara Hambrick, Co-chair -- DEIX Working Group
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Would you like to get involved in an INCOSE Working Group? The INCOSE Technical Operations organization offers more than 40 working groups--each devoted to a domain within systems engineering. The working groups meet at the annual INCOSE International Workshop (IW) and up to several times remotely through the year.
We invite you to join our annual INCOSE Working Group discussion. We will briefly discuss working groups and focus on working groups that our chapter directly supports. We welcome your feedback about INCOSE Working Groups and invite you to become more involved.
Our panel discussion will focus, particularly, on the Configuration Management (CM) and Digital Engineering Information Exchange (DEIX) working groups. The chapter supports these two working groups locally.
John McCrea, Director-at-Large - Wasatch Chapter
John McCrea is a Captain in the U.S. Air Force. He is the Lead Minuteman-III Flight Test Engineer at the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center's (AFNWC) ICBM Systems Directorate at Hill AFB.
He has experience with digital engineering (DE), model based systems engineering (MBSE), space systems, and cybersecurity. He serves as one of our chapter's Directors-at-Large.
In 2020, he was recognized with the Fresh Face of Engineering award from the Utah Engineers Council (UEC).
Paul Nelson, Chair - CM WG
Paul Nelson leads technical strategy for Integrated Digital Product Development and Services (IDPDS) as chief technical strategist at Northrop Grumman. He is promoting the proper processes and tools to significantly reduce development time and costs while meeting all customer requirements. Paul has BS and MS degrees in mechanical engineering. He is INCOSE CSEP certified, holds a graduate certificate in Systems Engineering, and is CM2-Professional certified.
Tamara Hambrick, Co-chair - DEIX WG
Tamara Hambrick serves as program and functional director of Systems Engineering Control, GBSD Division for Northrop Grumman Space Systems. Hambrick is responsible for leading engineers, analysts and managers of the Systems Engineering Control directorate. She is responsible for cost, schedule, and technical performance of process execution for systems engineering with defining and deploying metrics for first time quality, training in model-based systems engineering, and integration of architecture models.
Hambrick is a leader in driving technical innovation, influencing change and developing the next generation of thought leaders, advocates and practitioners in model based systems engineering for the last 15 years. She has held chief engineering model-based leadership roles for radar, open electronic warfare, avionics and cyber programs. She is the current Digital Engineering Information Exchange Working Group co-chair for the Digital Viewpoint Model through INCOSE with support from NDIA.
Hambrick holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering science from Pennsylvania State University, as well as a master’s certificate in systems engineering from Johns Hopkins University, and a graduate certificate in architecture and systems engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Please contact Paul White, Chapter President, at 385-393-2137 or email@example.com