“Systems Engineering Comes of Age”
There are only 3 weeks left until ASEC 2015 at Heythrop Park, and we’re getting quite excited about it.
Firstly, we have two excellent keynote speakers, Deborah Seddon from ECUK, and Alan Winfield from the Bristol Robotics Lab, plus what promises to be a fascinating talk from Chris Binns about Crossrail’s ongoing programme under London.
Secondly, we have an expanded exhibition space this year, featuring Fraser Nash Consulting, PPI International, No Magic, and NMI, and including posters from the Academic Research Showcase competition and the INCOSE UK Working Groups.
Thirdly, we have an expanded technical programme, based upon peer-reviewed papers, and a variety of additional side elements such as tutorials, CSEP briefings, informal “fringe” discussions, and working group sessions. We are also pleased to have the best paper from the recent International Symposium 2015 in Seattle, and are delighted to see the return of the “Tool Vendors Challenge” concept in a shorter format “Have I got Tools for You?” interactive panel session.
There is something for everyone this year. If you are new to INCOSE UK events then come along and see what the fuss is about. If you have been to our events before, but haven’t quite got around to booking for this year then please do so soon to avoid disappointment, since some programme elements have strictly limited numbers.
We hope to see you at Heythrop Park next month.
See www.asec2015.org.uk for registration and more information.
[Duplicate of email sent to members 27 October]