INCOSE Fellows

INCOSE Fellows are individuals with significant verifiable contributions to the art and practice of Systems Engineering in industry, government or academia. This award recognises practitioners from government and industry applying knowledge and contributing to the practice of Systems Engineering in designing and acquiring systems, researchers developing new knowledge, pushing the theory forward, and teachers disseminating knowledge and developing the next generation of successful systems engineers.

Below is a list of the INCOSE UK Chapter members who have been awarded Fellow status

Richard Stevens (1998)

for advancement of the state of the art, practice and tools of Systems Engineering

Derek Hitchins (2007)

for evolving the practice of Systems Engineering toward world-wide application

John Boardman (2008)

for creating innovative practices and tools that educate and enable Systems Engineering practitioners

Hillary Sillitto (2009)

for contributions to the practice, teaching and understanding of complex Systems Engineering in industry and government

Patrick Godfrey (2013)

for innovations in the management of complex systems through integration of “soft” and “hard” systems approaches in practice, education and research

Peter Brook (2015)

For innovation in enterprise systems engineering, and education on coping with complexity

In Memoriam

Stuart Arnold (2006)

for contributions to the standards and processes of Systems Engineering