Tonight’s Schedule. 6:15 PM – Registration, Networking, Pizza 6:45 PM – Welcome and Chapter Overview Mark Elpers, Chapter President 7:00 PM – Leveraging Certification – Individually and for Your Organization Dave Walden, INCOSE Certification Advisory Group PM 8:30 PM – Adjourn.
Mark Elpers, Chapter President
Dave Walden, INCOSE Certification Advisory Group PM
1. How SE Helps You Survive in a Down Economy
2. Practical Applications of SE
3. SE World Wide
4. How is SE Good for Me?
14 January: “Leveraging Certification – Individually and for Your Organization” (Dave Walden/Sysnovation)
18 February: “SE Applied to the 35W/62 Interchange” (MnDOT)
Boston Scientific - Maple Grove
9 March: “System Engineering – Requirements and Analysis for System of Systems” (Ken Hoyme - Joint Meeting with IEEE)
Boston Scientific - Arden Hills
15 April: “The Dual-V Model” (Kevin Forsberg)
13 May: Review of Student Design Projects and Their Use of SE
Wayzata High School
10 June: Dry run of papers for INCOSE 2010 plus a special report on University Education Programs in SE
University of St Thomas
8 July: Summer Social & IS 2010 Debrief
12 August: Risk and Project Management (Hornbacher & Associates)
9 September: “SE in Operating Systems”
City Water Works Tour
14 October: “SE in the Production Process”
Ford Assembly Plant Tour
11 November: “Architecture & MBSE”
9 December: Holiday Party
North Star Leadership
INCOSE Certification Advisory Group (CAG)
Eileen Arnold – Chair
CAG Project Manager
North Star Chapter Web Site:
downloadable on the website
Feb 7-10, 2010: 2010 International Workshop (Phoenix)
Mar 17-19, 2010: 8th Annual Conference on SE Research (New York)
April 17, 2010: North Star Chapter Spring Tutorial, “Project Management & SE”, Kevin Forsberg (Location: BAE Systems)
Jul 11-15, 2010: INCOSE International Symposium (Chicago)
Oct 4-6, 2010: 4th Asia-Pacific Conference on SE (Keelung, Taiwan)
Details online @http://www.incose.org
International Council on Systems Engineering has established a multi-level Professional Certification Program to provide a formal method for recognizing the knowledge and experience of systems engineers, regardless of where they may be in their career.
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David D. Walden, CSEP, is co-owner and principal consultant for Sysnovation, LLC, a company he formed in 2006 focused on Systems Engineering consulting and education that is based out of Shakopee, Minnesota, USA. At Sysnovation, Dave has assisted numerous clients in SE consulting and training/course development. He has served as an independent reviewer, major review (e.g., PDR, CDR) coordinator, SE Subject Matter Expert (SME), and process consultant. He has created and taught numerous SE courses and tutorials, including a distance learning on-line variant of an SE Principles course. Previously, Dave was with General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems for 13 years and worked at McDonnell Aircraft Company for 10 years. Dave is currently the Program Manger of the INCOSE Certification Program and also serves as the INCOSE liaison to ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7 Working Groups 10, 20, and 22. He has an M.S. in Management of Technology (MOT) from the University of Minnesota, an M.S. in Electrical Engineering and an M.S. in Computer Science from Washington University in St. Louis, and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Valparaiso University in Indiana.