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SWISSED16, 12th September: Key Note speaker confirmed!

The SWISSED16 Organising Committee are proud to announce the confirmation of Professor de Weck as one of the Key Note speakers for SWISSED16, The SSSE's Annual Conference, organised for 12th September at Kongresshaus Zürich.

Student Support for ASEP Certification

On the annualy general meeting of the SSSE on Wednesday, March 2nd, the SSSE comittee decided to support the next generation of systems engineers in Switzerland in the following way:

Any student who seeks the official ASEP certification will be supported by the SSSE. This means that certification fees for ASEP certification will be covered. Upon successful completion of the ASEP certification, the student will be granted an official one year INCOSE membership will full access to all INCOSE products and materials.

Certified Systems Engineering Course Level-B

A course for Certified Systems Engineering Level-B will take place in Bern starting from end of Februrary. There are still places available. The course will be held in German. After the course it is possible to take the exam for Level-B according to the SEZERTFor further information please contact info@ssse.ch or use the contact form.

The dates are:

New Resource Section: SSSE Work Products

The SE round table in Bern introduced a workshop like session to discuss pressing issues. For such initial session, a simple question had been selected: «How will a holistic Systems Engineering approach look in future, to overcome silos in organizations?»

The discussions resulted in a paper that is now published in a new resource section of ssse.ch: http://www.ssse.ch/node/237

Thank you to Jesko Lamm who organized the event!

NAFEMS DACH Call for Papers - German speaking conference 25. - 27. April 2016

NAFEMS helds its bi-yearly conference for the German speaking region (DACH) on 25. - 27. April 2016. It launced the call for papers with a dead line to provide abstracts until 22. January 2016. The abstract should cover half of a page in German. Expected topics include Systems Engineering.
The final extended abstract is expected to be of 2 – 4 pages in German and to be ready by 25. March 2016. The presentation slot lasts for 25 minutes.

For further details please navigate to http://www.nafems.org/2016/dach/

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