Calendar

Below is the Calendar showing Chapter events, Working and Local Group events, as well as International Events.

INCOSE Calendar
February 2015
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Railway Operations and Systems Engineering Workshop: Putting whole railway conception into practice on railway projects

Railway Interest Group

Charing Cross Hotel, London

0900H-1700H

INCOSE UK Council Meeting

UK Chapter

Lydiard House, Swindon

Full Day

inaugural meeting

Human Centric Systems Engineering WG

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Current Events

Time Location Details
04/02/2015 -
04/02/2015

0900H-1700H
Railway Interest Group


Charing Cross Hotel, London
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Railway Operations and Systems Engineering Workshop: Putting whole railway conception into practice on railway projects


Cancelled due to insufficient bookings. We hope to rearrange the workshop for another date.

Systems Engineering is intrinsically a collaborative discipline. INCOSE UK has organised successful workshops in collaboration with various other institutions. For example, we held a joint workshop with the Associate for Project Management in January 2013, which marked the beginning of a very fruitful collaboration.  We are now delighted to be working with the Institution of Railway Operators (IRO) - an organisation whose members are used to conceiving the whole railway as a system - to organise a workshop to explore how we might integrate technical and operational assets of railway projects better.  This is a timely opportunity to tackle a topic of huge importance and a symbol, at the start of INCOSE UK's third decade, of our continuing outward-looking and collaborative nature.   The workshop is focussed the rail industry but participants from other sectors that are also interested in fostering more productive relationships between systems engineers and operators are welcome. For  further information and details of how to book, please see the attached flyer.


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11/02/2015 -
11/02/2015

Full Day
UK Chapter


Lydiard House, Swindon
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INCOSE UK Council Meeting


Members of the INCOSE UK Council will be holding their 99th Meeting and first of 2015.
25/02/2015 -
25/02/2015


Human Centric Systems Engineering WG


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inaugural meeting


Future Events

Time Location Details
10/03/2015 -
10/03/2015

10.00 - 16.00
UK Chapter


IMechE, 1 Birdcage Walk, Westminster, London SW1H 9JJ
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INCOSE UK Professional Registration Workshop


This workshop is open to all INCOSE UK members who are interested in achieving their Professional Registration via INCOSE UK .The event is being held in London for the first time and includes presentations from INCOSE UK and the IET and 1:1 session with a PRA. It is an invaluable start for those embarking on Chartership. The cost is £35 +VAT which includes all refreshments and lunch. For more information or to secure a place call 01460259934 or email Lynn on the profdev@incoseonline.org.uk
10/03/2015 -
10/03/2015

6.30pm for 7pm till 9pm
Bristol Local Group


The Systems Centre, Ground Floor, Merchant Venturers Building University of Bristol, Woodlands Road, Bristol, BS8 1UB
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Systems Research Showcase


Once again, the Industrial Doctorate Centre at the University of Bristol invites the INCOSE UK BLG to The Systems Centre in Woodlands Road to see more systems engineering research presented by current EngD research engineers.

There will also be opportunities to see some of the work at the Systems Centre, and to question, review, and possibly even contribute to the ongoing research activities.



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19/03/2015 -
19/03/2015

Full Day
Project Management and SE


Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG
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APM Project Management Conference 2015


Conference Theme is 'Myth Busting – dispelling the myths to improve project delivery success'
APM Project Management Conference sponsored by 20|20 Business Insight has a long-held reputation for bringing together the world’s most influential and thought-provoking speakers from your profession.
You can learn directly from their experiences of working on the most ground-breaking projects and ensure you implement the key learning points for greater project delivery success.
APM Project Management Conference 2015 will expose the great myths that cloud both the perception of the profession and the delivery of successful projects, programmes and portfolios in the UK and around the world.
There is a presentation at the event on SE and PM by the APM and INCOSE UK SEPM joint working group.
For more information and prices click here .
23/03/2015 -
23/03/2015

11:00 - 15:00
Service Systems Engineering


QinetiQ, 1st Floor, 36 Broadway, London SW1H 0BH
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Service Systems Engineering WG 13th Meeting


Meeting to review and progress current work including:

World Views

Further Use Cases

Stakeholder Analysis and Relationships

Literature Update

Definitions

Links to STEM

31/03/2015 -
31/03/2015

Full Day
UK Chapter


City University London
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Engineering Sustainable Systems


INCOSE UK is joining forces with the IEEE System, Man and Cybernetics Systems and City University London to run this one day event on "Engineering Sustainable Systems". Further information and registration via: www.city.ac.uk/events/2015/march/engineering-sustainable-systems


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23/04/2015 -
23/04/2015

10:00 - 16:00
Model Based Systems Engineering


iKnowledge Easter Park Aldermaston Berkshire
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April 2015 Meeting


The MBSE Worging Group will be holding it's second meeting of 2015

11/05/2015 -
11/05/2015

11:00-15:00
Service Systems Engineering


QinetiQ Cody Technology Park, Ively Road, Farnborough, Hampshire GU14 0LX
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SSE 14th Meetings


Agenda:

The Plan and Progress

Worlds Views

Use Cases

Definitions

Characteristics

Outputs

Publications

 

please book and send car details for John.Davies3@btinternet.com

12/05/2015 -
12/05/2015

1700H Doors open, 1730H-1830H Presentation
Railway Interest Group


CH2M Hill’s offices in Elms House, 43 Brook Green, London W6 7EF
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Moving Modelling into the Mainstream


It is a particular pleasure to welcome Nigel back. We have had a few presentations on the modelling work going on at Network Rail and each presentation adds real progress and new ideas to the one before. Not only has each been fascinating in its own right, the progression has made me feel more optimistic about the world. I commend Nigel's presentation to you. If you want to attend, there is no charge but please book your place by emailing me at at bruce.elliott@arbutus-tc.co.uk.



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22/05/2015 -
22/05/2015

10:00-15:00
Architecture Working Group


Atkins, Aldershot
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AWG Meeting


Agenda

1.     Minutes & outstanding actions (previously circulated)
2.Updates: International AWG, Standards, Competencies
3.     Discussion on SEBoK proposal (previously circulated)
4.Discussion on ‘polemic’ paper (update attached)
5.     AOB

02/06/2015 -
02/06/2015


Human Centric Systems Engineering WG


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2nd Meeting of the Working Group


Past Events

Time Location Details
24/01/2015 -
27/01/2015

Full Days
INCOSE Central


Torrance CA
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INCOSE IW 2015


23/01/2015 -
23/01/2015

11:00 - 15:00
Service Systems Engineering


Rolls-Royce plc Whittle House WH73 PO Box 3, Filton, Bristol, BS34 7QE, UK Sat nav postcode - BS34 6QA
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Meeting 12 of the SSE WG


To review current work on Use Cases etc.

Work on Ontology

SSE addressing services and systems engineering for the industrial internet / internet of things?

UK Government IT Services

 

If you are attending, can you please e-mail your details: car reg and nationality to

john.davies3@btinternet.com

so we can get you logged into the RR reception system.


Thanks

20/01/2015 -
20/01/2015

6.30pm for 7pm till 9pm
Bristol Local Group


Atkins, the Hub, 500 Park Avenue Aztec West, Almondsbury, Bristol, BS32 4RZ.
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“Model Based Systems Engineering – Duelling Banjos


Dan Wilson from Frazer-Nash and Steve Lilleyman from Purple Secure Systems will present their views and experiences with Model Based Systems Engineering.


Both Dan and Steve gave presentations at INCOSE ASEC conferences. Dan’s presentation is titled “Applying Systems Engineering to Service Delivery”. Steve presentation is titled “MBSE, a Realists Perspective”.


Both will provide both theoretical and practical aspects to MBSE. Their viewpoints and recommendations will both encouraging and enlightening to his emerging area. Recommended for the experienced and novice on this subject.



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09/12/2014 -
09/12/2014

1700H for 1730H
Railway Interest Group


London Underground, Templar House, 81 87 High Holborn, London WC1V 6NU
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The Systems Engineering Approach taken on the Northern Hub and Electrification Rail Upgrade programme


The RIG always likes to hear back from projects that we have heard from before and find out how the story continued. This will be a fascinating opportunity to get an update on a project that we already heard about. Further details are provided in the flyer attached.

Bookings are now open. To book, obtain directions or for any other questions, please contact me at bruce.elliott@arbutus-tc.co.uk or on +44 (0)7970 694043.



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18/11/2014 -
19/11/2014

Full Days
UK Chapter


Royal Air Force Museum Cosford
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Annual Systems Engineering Conference 2014 (ASEC2014)




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There are 12 Photographs for this event, click here to view
17/11/2014 -
17/11/2014

15:00-17:00
Agile Systems Engineering WG


Park Inn Hotel Telford
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Agile Working Group Soft Systems Perspectives Retrospective


AgileWGLogoA short get together ahead of the ASEC conference. We do have a meeting room booked, in which to go over the work undertaken at our last meeting, and to set the agenda for the next meeting. This is also an opportunity to learn how to log on to the wiki and edit pages if you are unsure. The ASEC Icebreaker Reception starts at 17:30 so there will be time to drop of laptops and check emails.

Please register here if you intend to attend so that we can find a suitable location for the numbers. If you turn up late and unannounced you will be welcome.

The room is booked from 2pm so anyone arriving early will have somewhere to go.

 

06/11/2014 -
06/11/2014

All Day
Promotional


Twickenham Stadium, Whitton Road, Twickenham, TW2 7BA
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IBM Developer Connect 2014


Discover. Develop. Connect. Get ready for the UK’s premier event for software and systems developers at Twickenham Stadium, London on 6 November.

Software development and systems engineering drives innovation – and innovation drives business success. Talented developers and engineers are increasingly taking their rightful place at the heart of modern business.

Join IBM, our partners, customers and industry experts at DeveloperConnect 2014 to explore leading development trends, technology and techniques.

Event highlights:

  • Hear from our three keynote speakers: Gary Barnett (Ovum Chief Software Analyst and CTO of startup DeliverChange.Org), Rob Lamb (Head of IBM Software Development Labs) and Dan Hartveld from Red Ant – winner of the 2014 IBM Watson Developer Challenge, deploying cognitive computing technology to disrupt the in-store experience of today’s retail consumer
  • Choose from 15 break-out sessions giving you the opportunity to: discover how DevOps results in winning innovation; learn how Continuous Engineering can accelerate the delivery of smart and connected products; watch the live deployment of a mobile app; and see how IBM developers are innovating in the Cloud
  • See IBM Watson™ as you’ve never seen him before with new demos and a showcase on the future of cognitive computing
  • Learn all the latest from IBM and our business partners in the Solutions Zone
  • Discover IBM Bluemix – the platform that offers you the instant services, runtime and infrastructure you need to push your innovation

  • Test our special app-controlled Liberty car and take control from your own mobile device
  • Gain free IBM certification through pre-booked exams*
  • Finish your day with canapés and cocktails created by IBM Watson™ at the cocktail bar, while you explore the Solutions Centre and network with fellow delegates

This is a free, one-day event – the UK’s premier event for software and systems innovation.

For More Information & Registration Link: http://www-01.ibm.com/software/uk/itsolutions/connectevents/developerconnect/agenda.html?S_TACT=C21406AW

03/11/2014 -
03/11/2014

11:00 - 15:00
Service Systems Engineering


QinetiQ, 1st Floor, 36 Broadway, London SW1H 0BH
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SSE Meeting 11


The aim of this meeting will be to look at Use Cases and how they fit into the template and do they tell us the information we need to support Systems Engineering of services.

Notes from Previous Meetings are at

http://www.incosewiki.org.uk/Service_Systems_Engineering/index.php?title=Main_Page

03/11/2014 -
03/11/2014

14.30 (Coffee from 14.00)
Enterprise Systems Engineering


Loughborough University Keith Green Building Room 109
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Transforming the Enterprise Using a Systems Approach


 

The ESE Interest Group and Midlands Local Group joint forces to bring you the last talk in the 2014 series, given by Dr James Martin – the distinguished US author and key contributor to the field.

 

Transforming the Enterprise Using a Systems Approach

Summary

Enterprise Systems Engineering (ESE) is an emerging doscipline that can be used to more confidently and rapidly create the essential changes for the mdoern enterprise to survive in these days of enormous economic and social uncertainty. This presentation describes a set of principles and concepts which enable more effective application of the systems approach to drive enterprise transformation. The systems approach includes technical activities of course, but it must also provide a robust apprach for addressing the unique leadership and managerial challenges involved. 

James Martin is an enterprise architect and systems engineer affiliated with The Aerospace Corporation developing solutions for information and space systems.  He was a key author on the BKCASE project in development of the SE Body of Knowledge (SEBOK), contributing articles on Enterprise Systems Engineering. He wrote a chapter on “Transforming the Enterprise Using a Systems Approach”  in the book Beyond Alignment: Applying Systems Thinking in Architecting Enterprises.

Dr. Martin led the working group responsible for developing ANSI/EIA 632, a US national standard that defines the processes for engineering a system.  He previously worked for Raytheon Systems Company as a lead systems engineer and AT&T Bell Labs. His book Systems Engineering Guidebook, was published by CRC Press in 1996.  Dr. Martin is an INCOSE Fellow and was leader of the Standards Technical Committee. He received the INCOSE Founders Award for his long and distinguished achievements in the field and is currently leading INCOSE’s Systems Science initiative.

Booking is not essential, but those wishing to attend are requested to inform Peter Brook on dashwoodbrook@aol or Luminita Ciocolu on L.Ciocolu@lboro.ac.uk 

Those trevelling to the University are advised to enter by the West Gate (closest to Junction 23 M1). 

An interactive university map can be found on http://maps.lboro.ac.uk,  or a downloadable version at http://www.lboro.ac.uk/media/wwwlboroacuk/external/content/abouttheuniversity/downloads/campus-map.pdf

Keith Green (building 16 on the map) is very close to Burley Court Hotel and access is from the green/parking area behind David Davies. 

 

03/11/2014 -
03/11/2014

14.30 (Coffee from 14.00)
Midlands Local Group


Loughborough University Keith Green Building Room 109
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Transforming the Enterprise Using a Systems Approach


 

The ESE Interest Group and Midlands Local Group joint forces to bring you the last talk in the 2014 series, given by Dr James Martin – the distinguished US author and key contributor to the field.

 

Transforming the Enterprise Using a Systems Approach

Summary

Enterprise Systems Engineering (ESE) is an emerging doscipline that can be used to more confidently and rapidly create the essential changes for the mdoern enterprise to survive in these days of enormous economic and social uncertainty. This presentation describes a set of principles and concepts which enable more effective application of the systems approach to drive enterprise transformation. The systems approach includes technical activities of course, but it must also provide a robust apprach for addressing the unique leadership and managerial challenges involved. 

James Martin is an enterprise architect and systems engineer affiliated with The Aerospace Corporation developing solutions for information and space systems.  He was a key author on the BKCASE project in development of the SE Body of Knowledge (SEBOK), contributing articles on Enterprise Systems Engineering. He wrote a chapter on “Transforming the Enterprise Using a Systems Approach”  in the book Beyond Alignment: Applying Systems Thinking in Architecting Enterprises.

Dr. Martin led the working group responsible for developing ANSI/EIA 632, a US national standard that defines the processes for engineering a system.  He previously worked for Raytheon Systems Company as a lead systems engineer and AT&T Bell Labs. His book Systems Engineering Guidebook, was published by CRC Press in 1996.  Dr. Martin is an INCOSE Fellow and was leader of the Standards Technical Committee. He received the INCOSE Founders Award for his long and distinguished achievements in the field and is currently leading INCOSE’s Systems Science initiative.

 

Booking is not essential, but those wishing to attend are requested to inform Peter Brook on dashwoodbrook@aol or Luminita Ciocolu on L.Ciocolu@lboro.ac.uk 

Those trevelling to the University are advised to enter by the West Gate (closest to Junction 23 M1). 

An interactive university map can be found on http://maps.lboro.ac.uk,  or a downloadable version at http://www.lboro.ac.uk/media/wwwlboroacuk/external/content/abouttheuniversity/downloads/campus-map.pdf

Keith Green (building 16 on the map) is very close to Burley Court Hotel and access is from the green/parking area behind David Davies.