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A better world through a systems approach

INCOSE develops cutting-edge materials in order to share its wealth of knowledge with the systems engineering community. These materials are developed by INCOSE experts with vast theoretical and practical knowledge with a focus on providing impactful guides for the community.

Conference Products

INCOSE’s annual International Symposium produces peer reviewed papers plus matching presentations each year. INCOSE regional conferences produce presentations as well. The Papers & Presentations Library was designed to provide members with these materials back to 2010. Symposia papers before 2010 can be found by going directly to the Wiley link provided within. Some conference presentations can be found in Chapter Websites and/or Working Group Websites.

Papers and Presentations Library


Working Groups


INCOSE Technical Products

INCOSE’s diverse members contribute to a unique set of Systems Engineering Technical Products. INCOSE Technical Operations supports Working Groups to codify and jury this information for member use. You can find, for example, the SE Handbook and the Systems Engineering Professional Certification Program. There is also an SE Competencies Framework and a Guide to Writing Good Requirements. All finished products can be found on the INCOSE Store.


Working Groups


From the INCOSE Store

Many products are available for download or purchase from the INCOSE Store. Members have access to all products, many of them free. Non-members have a limited selection, many of them for a cost.


INCOSE Corporate Advisory Board and Academic Council:

Influencing INCOSE’s path forward

The INCOSE Corporate Advisory Board (CAB) and Academic Council provide opportunities for companies and academic institutions to influence the future direction of INCOSE. Learn more about the Corporate Advisory Board and Academic Council to find out how your organization could benefit from becoming a member.

INCOSE Corporate Advisory Board

INCOSE Academic Council