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Systems Engineering Society of Australia

SESA is a Technical Society of Engineers Australia and the Australian affiliated chapter of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE)

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SESA's Mission:
To share, promote and advance the best of Systems Engineering for the benefit of Australian organizations and community.

 

The Systems Engineering Society of Australia (SESA) is a Technical Society of Engineers Australia and the Australian affiliated chapter of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). Technical Societies provides a forum for mutual technical development, networking, expanding and sharing knowledge with like-minded professionals. Members of Technical Societies provide expert opinion on a broad range of issues and have a capacity to exert considerable influence about professional practice in a changing world market.


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Australian Systems Engineering Workshop 2015

28th - 29th October 2015
Sydney, Australia

Including:

5th Annual Model-Based Systems Engineering Symposium

INCOSE Working Group Meetings (Transport Industry, Energy Transition, Engineering Process Standards, Model-Based Conceptual Design)

Call for submissions:
Proposals for presentations, workshops and panel sessions are currently being sought.

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UNSW@ADFA

UNSW Australia is running a free, online

"Introduction to Systems Engineering" course 

Dates: July 20th, 2015 - September 18th, 2015

Click here for more information

APCOSEC 2015

 

9th Asia-Pacific Conference on Systems Engineering

APCOSEC 2015 

"Industry and Systems Engineering"

13th - 15th October 2015
Korea Chamber of Conference Industry (KCCI)
Seoul, Korea

Click here for the conference website

 

Notice: Engineers Australia College of Leadership and Management

SESA has had a longstanding quest to have Systems Engineering (SE) recognised as an established engineering practice within Australia’s peak engineering body, Engineers Australia (EA).  The problem has been that SE is not a practice that aligns with any particular engineering discipline, and since the extant college structure within EA was organised on these discipline lines, there has been no “home” that Australian systems engineers could call there own.

But that was the past.

EA have this year established a new cross-disciplinary college, called the College of Leadership and Management.  Through alignment with this College, SESA hopes to promote its systems engineering agenda and insert professionalisation requirements that align with those required of INCOSE CSEP.  Already SESA has established a MoU between EA and INCOSE which states intent to achieve a Mutual Recognition Agreement between their certification programs (CPEng and CSEP) that would minimise the effort and cost to SESA members to hold both certifications.

SESA recommends that its members register interest in the College of Leadership and Management. Complete your details on the associated form and the College will contact you when taking formal admissions.


Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 August 2015 17:51