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  1. What’s Important in Systems Engineering Today? Highlights from the 2010 INCOSE Symposium Thursday, August 26, 2010 Location: Boeing Building 111, Room 110A Networking/Lunch: 11:00 a.m. Presentation: 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. • Panel Members: • Mr. Bob Scheurer, Midwest Gateway Chapter President, Boeing • Dr. Cihan Dagli, Director of Systems Engineering, Missouri S&T • Mr. Steve D’Urso, Systems Engineer, Boeing • Mr. Lou Pape, Systems Engineer, Boeing • Mr. Marcos Chu, Past Chapter President, Boeing • Mrs. Barb Sheeley, Systems Engineer, Boeing • Each panelist will take a few minutes to present highlights from his/her main area of participation in the symposium. The panel will then entertain questions from the audience. • There will also be photographs of Symposium features and Chicago’s Navy Pier. • Directions:B111 is on Airport Road between I-170 and McDonnell Blvd east of the Guard Station. Enter through the lobby on the south side. Room 110A is to the left of the Lunch Room. No reservations required, but please contact Dianne Milton dianne.g.milton@boeing.com or 314-233-6801 by COB August 23 if you plan to attend, for a lunch count and badging for non-Boeing attendees. Non-Boeing attendees, please contact Bill Bezdek for meeting escort (cell:314-306-6210).