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Sunday, July 9 • 10:00 - 17:00
Full-Day INCOSE Workshop: 3247 Towards the Unification of Systems Science and Systems Engineering

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Systems Modelling and Systems Engineering SIG  In this workshop on-going efforts to improve the understanding of unifying concepts and paradigms are presented.  The workshop will be presented in three Modules.
Module 1: Unification has been a clear goal of the College Publication Systems Series that involves a cooperative effort involving the BCSSS as well as Stevens Institute of Technology.  Highlights of some of the unifying concepts and paradigms that have evolved in the series will be presented. 
Module 2:  An important unifying concept is the notion of the “systemist”.  Characteristics of how a systemist deals with any situation, problem or opportunity are presented.  The systemist approach is based on an innovative “Systems Tree” that identifies an epistemology, ontology and semantics of systems, as well as how to move from thinking to an effective value added action (axiology).  In the workshop, highlights of this unifying innovative explanation of the role of the systemist is presented.
Module 3: The systemist approach to unification will be illustrated by presenting some of the highlights of a new volume in preparation for the Systems Series that addresses biological and medical systems.
Target audience There are no special requirements as this workshop will be useful to professionals, faculty and students alike.  It is expected that the participants will attend the entire workshop in order to obtain a well-rounded view of concepts, principles and multiple paradigms that will useful in their future activities.
Size of the group
From min 6 to max 40 people. A max of 40 people (5 groups of 8 people) if we do some practice during sessions (particularly session 2)
Duration – Full day workshop 8 hours as followed
6 hours
+ 90’ break for lunch
+ 15’ break in the morning
+ 15’break in the afternoon



Chairs
avatar for Dr. Harold W. (Bud) Lawson

Dr. Harold W. (Bud) Lawson

Professor Emeritus, Lawson Konsult AB
Harold "Bud" Lawson (born 1937) is a software engineer, computer architect and systems engineer. Lawson is credited with the 1964 invention of the pointer.[1] In 2000, Lawson was presented the Computer Pioneer Award by the IEEE [2] for his invention. In July, 2010 he published a new... Read More →

Presenters/Facilitators
avatar for Brigitte Daniel Allegro

Brigitte Daniel Allegro

Retired - Systems Thinking Consulting, Systems Thinking Conculting
Brigitte Daniel Allegro Senior Expert Adviser in Systems Thinking and Dependability - Design & Art teacher - Independent consultant and author (art books & systems thinking books) and also… grandmother. Brigitte built her experience on dependability concerns, systems engineering... Read More →
avatar for MR Gary Smith

MR Gary Smith

Senior Systems Engineer, Airbus Defence and Space
SIG Chair: Knowledge and Systems SciencesAnalytical Chemist, Systems Analyst, Software Engineering, Engineering Project Management, Commercial Project Management, International Working, Process Improvement, IT, Defence and Security and Biological Systems experience.Specialties:Systems... Read More →


Sunday July 9, 2017 10:00 - 17:00
3rd Floor, Room SR 121, Institut für Computertechnik,TU Wien Gußhausstraße 27-29, 1040 Wien, Austria

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