23rd Annual INCOSE International Symposium Features Energy, Defense, Aerospace, Infrastructure Experts’ Perspectives
San Diego (March 13, 2013) Organizations worldwide benefit from systems engineering: U.S. Department of Defense, Her Majesty’s Treasury (UK), The Boeing Company, and U.S. and Canadian energy policymakers to name a select few.
Top current and former executives from each of these organizations, and many more, will be speaking about the role of systems engineering in everyday life and predictions for the future at the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) 23rd Annual International Symposium from June 24 to 27 in Philadelphia, PA at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown Hotel.
The INCOSE International Symposium continues to be the largest annual gathering of leading systems engineering professionals, educators and researchers worldwide, with over 1,000 systems engineers attending. Over four days, attendees will have the opportunity to share ideas, knowledge and practices, network, and learn about the recent innovations, trends and issues in systems engineering.
Scheduled keynote topics and speakers include:
- Energy Growth: The Next 30 Years
Dianne D. Anderson, executive director
Great Lakes Energy Institute, Case Western Reserve University
- 21st Century Engineering: Challenges and Opportunities
Stephen Welby, deputy assistant secretary of defense for systems engineering
U.S. Department of Defense
- Moving Forward + Working Together: Manmade & Natural Worlds
Brian Collins, professor of engineering policy
University College London (UCL)
- How to be a Leader in Systems Engineering
John Rader, vice president, tiltrotor programs
The Boeing Company
Additional topics covered by authors and panelists include the latest studies, trends and updates in: transportation, automotive, healthcare, lean, aerospace, defense, and infrastructure.
Symposium sponsors to-date include IBM, BAE Systems, PTC, Cognition, and Visure Solutions.
For the most up-to-date information on the 23rd Annual INCOSE International Symposium and to register, visit: http://incose.org/symp2013.