The Swiss Society of Systems Engineering
The SSSE is the Swiss Chapter of INCOSE
Newsletter eleventh edition
Welcome to the SWISSED15 Special Edition newsletter. In this issue you find more information about SWISSED15, the Annual Symposium of the SSSE on the 8th September.
Please continue to pass around the newsletter to promote the disclipline of Systems Engineering.
The SWISSED15 Organising Committee.
SWISSED15; 8th September, Kongresshaus Zürich
The Swiss Systems Engineering Day 2015 is approaching quickly. There are already in excess of 130 Professionals and Students registered to attend our annual symposium.
Many interesting talks and good networking opportunities are waiting for you. To register go to this page.
SWISSED Brochure released
The Brochure has been released, see here. The Key notes will be given by Professor Larry Leifer from Stanford University and Tim Weilkiens Author and SE Coach. The other talks cover a wide variety of SE subjects from Academia and several different industries such as Aviation, Defence, Transportation, Energy and Space.
Please take time before the event to consider which of the lectures you want to attend.
SWISSED Student Prize 2015 - Deadline extended until August 30
Due to the fact that a lot of students finalise their final year thesis until end of August we decided to extend the deadline.
Applications for the SWISSED Student Prize 2015 can be submitted until August 30, 2015. More information about the application and evaluation procedure is available on the Student Prize web site.
We would like to thank our sponsors:
- HELVETING Engineering AG
- No Magic
- Unity Consulting
- BeOne (Schweiz) AG
- Noser Engineering AG
- Project System Engineering (PSE)
- Know Gravity
- Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz
- Schindler Aufzüge AG
- oose Innovative Informatik eG
- FRIKART Engineering GmbH
- Project Performance International (PPI)
- Rheinmetall Defence
- Weisskopf Engineering AG
- Ruag Space
- PostAuto Schweiz AG
- APP Unternehmensberatung AG
- Server Nest
Professor Hitchins, the founder of the UK INCOSE Chapter kindly promotes SWISSED in this short and informative video.
In addition, Prof. Hitchins has produced a longer, more detailed video on Systems and Systems Engineering: Creating Viable solutions.
CHALLENGE: Introduce a Colleague to Systems Engineering at SWISSED15!
The SWISSED15 Organising Committee have set a challenge to attendees of our Annual Symposium. The person who can introduce the most new people to SWISSED15 will receive a special prize awarded at the closing of the event.
To be eligible for the prize, please email email@example.com with the names of the attendees you personally introduced to SWISSED15. Some verification will be conducted!
Why is SWISSED Important? Here are the views from two of our Sponsors:
„As a specialized provider of Systems Engineering services in the medical device industry we are glad that the Systems Engineering community in Switzerland grows every year. The SWISSED is an industry independent conference and allows us to share experience and knowledge with experts from other domains. At FRIKART Engineering we are convinced that systems thinking and systems development will be even more important in the medical environment (keyword: eHealth/mHealth) and will soon reach other sectors like the machine industry (keyword: IoT).“
„Since we are one of the universities of applied sciences providing studies in systems engineering according to Swiss federal regulations, we have a natural interest in a broad systems engineering education. Consequently we support the networking between academia and industries since the very beginning of SSSE as the Swiss chapter of INCOSE. From our viewpoint the second SWISSED conference is a confirmation of current changes in the industries landscape in Switzerland towards the need for methodically well-educated systems architects and systems integrators. As the need for pure subject matter experts tends to decrease also in Swiss industries. We're looking forward to extend the network and to welcome you at our information desk.“
FHNW - University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland
EPFL Space Center; 2-4 September 2015 at EPFL
There is a planned 3-day class on Model-driven Systems Engineering by Dr Laurent Balmelli. Including a lot of details and demos exploring the use of visual models to integrate systems engineering activities across the product development lifecycle.
For more information see: http://space.epfl.ch/cms/lang/en/pid/106033
The GfSE Conference: 11. November Tutorial-Day and 12./13. November 2015 the Conference in Ulm.
Systems Design & Management conference
6. Complex Systems Design & Management conference: 2. to 4. Dezember 2015 in Paris.
Words of wisdom regarding requirements:
At Project Kick Off: "Review your own and others past failures with similar projects"