Home to both aerospace and defense and to industries newer to systems engineering such as ground transportation and renewable energy, the location provides the perfect venue for INCOSE to 'come of age' as it turns 21. As one of only 3 US states without natural borders, Colorado truly represents our profession as we continue to grow, unconstrained by either traditional domains or the limited view of systems engineering as 'process-centric'.
We look forward to bringing you a diverse program which reflects both our traditional domains and opportunities to make a difference in newer application areas. In addition to plenty of opportunity to network with leading figures in systems engineering the program includes –
World Renowned Speakers:
Tsuyoshi Fujita, Ph.D., speaking on sustainable development.
Chris Barkey, speaking on the evolution of aircraft engines.
Conrad Lautenbacher, Ph.D., speaking on the Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS).
Kedrick Brown, speaking on Telecommunications and networking.
96 papers representing a diverse range of systems engineering experiences & methods. 6 panels where the global leaders in systems engineering will debate, discuss, and interact with the audience.
Tutorials that provide broad and fundamental training for systems engineers.
An Academic Forum for discussion and debate on questions pertaining to systems engineering education and research.
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) located in Golden, CO.
Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) located in Boulder, CO.
Please join us in Denver – against the stunning backdrop of the 30 highest summits of the US Rocky Mountains – as we continue to reach new heights in systems engineering!
What: INCOSE International Symposium
When: Paper and Panel presentations:
Technical Tours: 24 June 2011
Where: Hyatt Regency Denver, 650 15th Street, Denver, Colorado 80202 USA
For more information please visit us at www.incose.org/
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The International Council On Systems Engineering is a professional society for systems engineers founded to develop and disseminate the interdisciplinary principles and practices that enable the realization of successful systems.
Since its inception in 1990, INCOSE has grown to over 7,000 members, 57 Chapters, and 58 Coporate Advisory Broad organizations from industry, government, and academia worldwide.
INCOSE members have unlimited access to a library of systems engineering knowledge.
Even if your company doesn't have a systems engineering department, gaining a better understanding of the systems engineering approach can benefit you, your career, and your company.
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