Top reasons to attend

The 33rd Annual INCOSE International Symposium is all set to take place in Honolulu, HI July 15-20, 2023.
Hundreds of participants are drawn to this event each year. Here are just a few reasons why to be a part of it!

  1. Enjoy a diversified program on different application domains
    Benefit from a program filled with keynotes, high-level tutorials, presentations, and panels that address the most relevant topics and share the latest practices in systems engineering.
  2. Learn something new that you can use on the job!

    Come prepared with tough questions to ask our speakers, and plan to take your newfound knowledge back to the office after the symposium.
  3. Expand your network among the worldwide SE community
    New questions arise every day on the job. Consider how great it could be to just phone or email a colleague with similar experiences to see how they have addressed the same challenge.
  4. Get inspired by forward-looking thought leaders
    They may offer just the motivation you need to read a new book or learn more about new methods that will be of benefit in your daily life, both personally and professionally.
  5. Contribute and advance the discipline

    Share your own experience, points of view, approaches, and best practices with other participants, and contribute towards moving your field forward.
  6. Learn beyond your field or interest

    Open your horizons thanks to a program that includes 25 domains and 40 represented topics, with speakers and attendees from at least 25 different countries.
  7. Hear the latest from our sponsors and exhibitors
    It can be hard to stay up to date throughout the year. Take advantage of a unique opportunity to gain insights on the latest products, thinking, and training for systems engineering.
  8. Gain Professional Development Units (PDUs)
    Claim 1 PDU toward your INCOSE Systems Engineering Professional (SEP) certification per hour of participation, or toward other organizations depending on the subject matter.
  9. Obtain certification for your knowledge
    Take the INCOSE knowledge exam and get certified as an Associate Systems Engineering Professional (ASEP) or Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP).
  10. Be an actor in the INCOSE community
    Meet the INCOSE Leadership during social events, and engage in open discussions throughout the symposium.

If you can’t join us in person…
Opt to join us virtually. Virtual registration includes access to the broadcasted sessions, eProceedings, recordings, and real-time private/group chats during the event. The recorded content remains accessible for four weeks after the event on the dedicated platform!