INCOSE Webinar: "The Future of Systems Engineering"
Date: 19 February 2014
Time: 15:00 UTC/ 11am EST
Presenter(s): Paul Martin, ESEP
General Webinar Details: Webinar 61 https://www.incose.org/forum/index.cfm?page=topic&topicID=474
The Future of Systems Engineering It’s not hard to see that our society is being overrun by technology. And yet there is an expectation that we will solve our biggest problems by using technology. But these world spanning societal problems are becoming increasing complex and more difficult to solve because of the very technology that is embedded in the world already. Systems Engineering is a profession dedicated to finding holistic solutions that takes into account every eventuality. But trying to understand the emergent properties of the complex systems needed to solve complex problems is especially difficult. The future of Systems Engineering must address these issues in a compressive manner so that the next generation of Systems Engineers can face these challenges and find successful solutions. Paul Martin will be reviewing the 2007 INCOSE Systems Engineering Vision 2020 document in light of our present day dilemmas. Is INCOSE Vision 2020 still pertinent? Has Systems Engineering made the strides it needs so it can be part of making a better tomorrow for all of us?
Paul Martin, ESEP, is the owner and President of SE Scholar, LLC , located atwww.se-scholar.com, where he teaches an on-line INCOSE ASEP/CSEP Exam Preparation Course. He's been teaching this course since 2009 and has taught several hundred students. Paul is also a practicing Systems Engineer with over 35 years of experience. He has been everything from a Product Engineer for General Electric Products Division to a Software Systems Engineer for a multi-million dollar Navy program. Presently he’s supporting a Government Agency's Portfolio Management Office, helping them with Architecture alignment among hundreds of programs.
Paul has been involved with INCOSE since 2000 and has served on the local INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter Board of Directors as Programs Director and Communications Officer. Paul also serves as an Adjunct Professor for the University of Maryland, Baltimore County College of Engineering and Information Technology, Systems Engineering Graduate Programs where he teaches ENEE 663: System Implementation, Integration, and Test and ENEE 667: Advanced Systems Engineering Processes. He's also a Senior Member of IEEE.
The Future of Systems Engineering It’s not hard to see that our society is being overrun by technology.