Yesterday's SWISSED16 was a great success for us:
excellent keynotes, five tracks of systems engineering topics, 220 registered attendees with a joint passion for Systems Engineering, and a lovely venue with a nice view on lake Zurich. In total SWISSED16 was what we hoped it to be.
Congratulations to the winner of the SWISSED16 Student Prize:
Daniel Eisenberger is the winner of the SWISSED16 student prize. It was awarded to him for his master thesis entitled, "Bewertung von Instandhaltungsstrategien für Eisenbahnschienenfahrzeuge". He was student at the ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences. His work introduces a Life Cycle Cost analysis based on Petri-Nets. It is not only an introduction and evaluation of different maintenance strategies - it includes as well a practitioner's guide on how to use different modelling tools. As acknowledgement of that achievement he received: a systems engineering handbook, a one year INCOSE membership and 500CHF. Daniel allowed us to provide a download link to his thesis, so click >>>here<<< for reading his contribution to the Swiss Systems Engineering Community.
Thanks to all Sponsors!
The SSSE thanks again all sponsors for their support of SWISSED16. Their contribution provided the financial means to organize the event. In return, they keep in touch with the Swiss Systems Engineering community and can present their products and services - Prepare your marketing budgets for SWISSED17 ;)
Thanks to all Presenters!
Each year, we are glad, that world wide recognized experts accept our invitation to provide key note speeches and we are glad for all the contributions to the technical programme.
Thanks to all Supporters!
All those who where giving a helping hand shall be thanked at this place. Our thanks go to the reviewer of the technical programme, to the last minute supporters on the day, and to all people who were supporting our marketing campaign and were bringing the message about SWISSED16 into their organisations.
See you at the European STAMP Workshop?
SWISSED16 is held in conjunction with the 4th European STAMP Workshop (Tuesday, September 13th until Thursday, September 15th 2016). STAMP intruduces a systems approach to safety and security. There were a lot of joint registrations - so we might see you again in the coming days.
You liked SWISSED16? - Then tell all your friends. You would like to see some things being improved next year - Then tell us. The authors of the best improvement ideas will get a free ticket for SWISSED17 and can verify it's implementation.
See you at SWISSED17 on September 4th 2017?
Mark the date in you calender, and follow the information about SWISSED17.
See you hopefully soon at one of our events. Keep in touch.
on behalf of the SWISSED16 committee