|Free Introduction to Concepts of Systems Engineering Tutorial and Webinar - 12/10/2014|
Thomas F. Gannon, Ph.D. from WPI provide an free four hour tutorial on Systems Engineering (SE). SE is a multifaceted discipline, involving human, organizational, and various technical variables that work together to create complex systems. This tutorial provides a brief introduction and overview of the methods and disciplines that systems engineers use to define, develop, and deploy systems. Topics covered include: Systems Engineering as a Discipline; Structure of Complex Engineered Systems; System Environment, Building Blocks, Interfaces and Interactions; Systems Engineering Models and Standards; Systems Engineering Throughout the System Life Cycle. Attendance is open to all. RSVP is required for tutorial and webinar, but not to attend Chapter Meeting luncheon and Holiday Social. Tutorial is free and Breakfast is $14. Please bring a friend to join us. Joe Loda will provide registration and instructions for those wishing to view via webinar.
|SNE AFCEA Chapter Luncheon Meeting and Holiday Social - 12/10/2014|
You are all invited to a special full day SNE AFCEA event that will feature a free 4 hour tutorial by Professor Thomas Gannon Ph.D. from Worcester Polytechnic Institute, entitled Introduction to Concepts of Systems Engineering , luncheon, a chapter meeting, followed by a Holiday Social. Chapter Presentation: Systems Engineering Architecture and Design: A Case Study Overview and Assessment will be conducted by Thomas F. Gannon, Ph.D. from WPI. He will provide an overview and critique of system engineering architecture development, design, trade off study analysis, and illustrations of associated architecture product views created as part of graduate coursework in systems engineering architecture and design using a real world systems example.