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2017 UPDATE REQUEST: World Wide Directory of Systems Engineering and Industrial Engineering Programs

The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) and the Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC) are in the process of updating the 2017 edition of the Worldwide Directory of Systems and Industrial Engineering Programs for release in March 2017. As we have for the past two years, we would appreciate your help in ensuring the completeness […]

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Early Bird Registration Closing FEB 3rd: 15th Annual Conference on Systems Engineering Research – REGISTER NOW!

The 14th Annual Conference on Systems Engineering Research (CSER 2016) gives you a fantastic opportunity to save money on early bird registration as well as hotel reservations. The registration rates are below: Type Fee INCOSE/SERC Member, USC Alumni       $625.00 after Friday February 3, 2017  $575.00       $675.00 after Thursday March 9, 2017 […]

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Grady Booch Presenting Next SERC Talk: “What is the Self?” on WED. FEB 1, 2017

The first SERC Talk of 2017 will be held on Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at 1 PM EST. Mr. Grady Booch from IBM Almaden Research Laboratory will be discussing “What is the Self?”. We hope you can join us in continuing this discussion on embodied cognition. Questions and comments are welcome utilizing the Q&A and chat tools, respectively. For those unable to […]

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REGISTER NOW: NSF ESD/SYS Program Workshop and Grantees Meeting

The National Science Foundation’s Engineering and Systems Design, and Systems Science (ESD/SYS) Program Workshop and Grantees Meeting will be held on January 20-22, 2017 at Georgia Institute of Technology. This workshop will provide a forum for researchers in the fields of Engineering Design and Systems Engineering to discuss important topics that are beyond the scope typically addressed by individual investigators at conferences.  In […]

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Next SERC Talk: “Why is Human-Model Interactivity Important to the Future of Model-Centric Systems Engineering” Being Held on WED. DEC 7, 2016

The final SERC Talk of 2016 will be held Wednesday, December 7, 2016 at 1 PM EST. Dr. Donna Rhodes and Dr. Adam Ross from Massachusetts Institute of Technology will be discussing “Why is Human-Model Interactivity Important to the Future of Model-Centric Systems Engineering?” We hope you can join us in continuing this discussion on Model-Centric Systems Engineering. Questions […]

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