Hamburg, Germany, August 22, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- During May, 23-26 2010, the European Countries of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) will organise the 7th bi-annual European Systems Engineering Conference (EuSEC 2010) in Stockholm, Sweden. The theme for EuSEC 2010 is “Systems Engineering and Innovation”, addressing the expanding scope of Systems Engineering application and responsibility in all kind of industries. Examples of this expanding scope are addressed in the strength of Systems Engineering in its traditional home of aerospace and defence, and in its growing application in complex consumer and industrial systems, transportation, medical care and water management.
The EuSEC is the foremost conference on Systems Engineering in Europe, gathering delegates from Norway to South Africa and UK to Russia to participate in three days of presentations, case studies, workshops, and panel discussions. The program attracts professionals, researchers and educators from industry, government and academia. It is hosted by the Swedish Chapter of INCOSE, with the support of INCOSE Region III, which includes the European nations, Turkey, Israel, South Africa and Russia.
This prestigious European event provides an opportunity for anyone interested in learning more about Systems Engineering and how it might help encourage innovation in their application domain. If you are already working in Systems Engineering, you can get more actively involved by submitting a paper, tutorial or panel. Your organisation may also be interested in exploring the benefits of sponsoring or exhibiting at the event. Details of deadlines and requirements for all of these can be found on the conference website http://www.incose.org/eusec2010. The deadline for paper submission is December, 7th 2009.
About Systems Engineering and INCOSE
The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is a not-for-profit membership organization founded to advance the art and practice of systems engineering by helping individuals and enterprises turn complexity into competitive advantage. The Council’s mission is to foster the definition, understanding, and practice of world class systems engineering in industry, academia, and government.
Systems Engineering is based upon the delivery of system effectiveness through the balanced interaction between system elements across a range of technologies; and an understanding of the complex behaviour which emerges when systems are used together in a real world environment. Systems Engineering integrates all the disciplines and specialty groups into a team effort by creating a structured development process that proceeds from concept to production to operation. Systems Engineering considers both the business and the technical needs of all stakeholders with the goal of providing a quality product or service that meet the user real needs.
INCOSE has grown significantly since its formation in 1990. Today, there are over seven thousand members representing a broad spectrum – from student to senior practitioner, from technical engineer to program and corporate management, from science and engineering to business development. Members work together to advance their technical knowledge, exchange ideas with colleagues, and collaborate to advance Systems Engineering. Its individual members are affiliated with over 50 chartered chapters or national societies worldwide which are organized in six regions. The chapters, volunteer committees, and working groups provide the energy and direction for the organization. In addition, nearly 60 international enterprises from industry, academia, and government participate in INCOSE. The industries represented include aerospace, space, automotive, defence, electronics, energy, general machine building, health, IT, mining, ship building and transport.
For further information and to find links to INCOSE Chapters, visit http://www.incose.org