The Swiss Society of Systems Engineering
The SSSE is the Swiss Chapter of INCOSE
Newsletter Thirteenth edition
Welcome to the 13th Edition of the SSSE Newsletter.
In this edition you can read about the success of the Southern European Systems Engineering tour (SESE) held at FHNW, upcoming events and the preparations for SWISSED16.
Please continue to pass around the newsletter to promote the disclipline of Systems Engineering.
SWISSED16; 12th September, Kongresshaus Zürich
The SWISSED16 theme is, Systems Engineering for competitiveness.
Calling Early birds! The registrations are already open, you can benefit from reduced early-bird rates here.
Call for presentations open. Do you want to join circa 20 other Systems Engineering professionals presenting at SWISSED16?! The submission details are here, several have already been received. The submission deadline for a proposed presentation is the 13th June.
Sponsoring of SWISSED16. As per last year, the allocated sponsorship slots are being taken up quickly. If your organisation would like to take the unique opportunity of sponsoring Switzerland's annual Systems Engineering event, please read the details here.
Organising SWISSED16?! The Organising committee welcome any support from individuals who have a few hours of time to invest in the organising of our third annual event. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in contributing with your time, ideas and energy.
Are you a Student?! If yes, you may be eligible for a gratis registration at SWISSED16. Contact email@example.com to check your eligibility.
In addition, you may be able to submit your Batchelor or Master's Thesis into the Student prize competition. Check here for more details.
The Southern European Systems Engineering Tour of April 2016, feedback...
The Italian chapter of INCOSE (AISE), the Swiss chapter of INCOSE (SSSE), the French chapter of INCOSE (AFIS) and the Spanish chapter of INCOSE (AEIS) organized a series of events in Rome, Brugg-Windisch, Paris and Madrid. The purpose of these events was to promote Systems Engineering among practitioners and an interested audience, as well as strengthening the links between the chapters. The format of the events was a day of lectures at each venue.
This event was organized by the SSSE this year in Brugg Windisch at the FHNW, hosted by Prof.Dr. Samuel Fricker from the Center of Requirements Engineering. 8 presentations were held for about 32 participants who have spent a day of lessons, networking and gained new insights into Systems Engineering together in the well organized area of FHNW.
To review 2016 and stay in touch 2017, please visit "http://sese.aeis-incose.org".
A small video about SESE2016: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ly7l3VVUvIs
We like to send a warm „Thank You“ to all sponsors, presenters, the great auditorium, FHNW and the organizers, esp. Prof. Dr. Anabel Fraga (AEIS) for her great job.
Committee elections 2016
The Committee were re-elected following this year's elections. Unfortunately our Vice-President Dennis Landmann, will be moving back to Germany. Dennis has kindly agreed to continue as Vice-President for the duration of his term.
We all wish him well for the future.
International Symposium 2016 Edinburgh
The 26th Annual INCOSE International Symposium will take place in Edinburgh, UK from July 18th to 21st, 2016.
The Annual INCOSE International Symposium is the premier international forum for Systems Engineering. Participants network, share ideas, knowledge and practices, and learn more about the most recent innovations, trends, experiences and issues in Systems Engineering. There will be a strong presence from the SSSE in attendance, please let us know if you too plan to join us in Edinburgh.
The symposium in 2016 will focus on the following theme: Achieving excellence through Systems Engineering
Track updates on the event at the following link:http://www.incose.org/symp2016
RUAG Aviation, Emmen; 15th June, 18:30
Marco Geering CSEP, has kindly invited us back for a presentation about the application of Systems Engineering to the Weapon System Integrity Program.
Non-SSSE members are free to join us. For more details on the event and to find out how to register, see here.
Words of wisdom:
Be aware, People and models are generally optimistic!