We have a new committee member joining us, Marco Meloni our new Defence and Aerospace Domain Lead. Please join me in welcoming him to the committee!
Marco is a passionate engineering executive with over 20 years’ experience in the field of engineering in both the Defence Industry and Government sectors. Throughout his career, Marco has had direct leadership responsibility for the design and engineering assurance of mission-critical systems for medium and large projects in Australia and Europe.
Marco joined Jacobs Australia in January 2015 and following a series of appointments to senior roles with the AIR5431 Phase 3 project team within the Airservices Australia OneSKY program, he was appointed to his current role as Chief Engineer of Air Defence Systems (ADS) Branch in early 2021.… Read more
The Systems Engineering Society of Australia (SESA) is calling for expressions of interest (EOIs) for Branch Committee members across the following states:
If you are from another state outside of the above three, please let us know by return email which state you are in, and if you would be interested in volunteering for a future SESA Branch – we can then review dependant on interest.
We have new committee members joining us this year, including Mikaela Stewart our new Communications and Engagement Lead. Please join me in welcoming her to the committee!
Mikaela was previously our Early Career Manager from 2020 and was pivotal in establishing the 2020 and 2021 SESA mentoring programs and was also involved in the Australian Systems Engineering Workshops (ASEW) during 2020 and 2021.
Mikaela is a Senior Systems Engineering Lead at Cubic Transportation Systems, with over 6 year experience as a Systems Engineer in the transportation industry.… Read more
As we farewell 2023 we also farewell some of our SESA Executive Committee members. Emma has been the SESA Communications and Engagement Lead for the past two and a half years, a difficult role in a time of lockdowns and video conferencing overload, with some key achievements with the help of volunteers Chris Browne, Mikaela Stewart, Sui Yi, Simon Sinnott, Ryan Messina, and many more, these achievements include:
Emma started volunteering for SESA in 2016 when our Victorian member Paul Street invited her to join some like minded systems engineers in the Victrorian transport industry.… Read more
We are pleased to announce our new SESA Technical Director – Thomas Manley.
Thomas has held the role of the SESA Telecommunications domain lead for the past two years.
Thomas has over 20 years experience working in in the Telecommunications industry as a Systems Engineer / Architect with strong experience in capability development, systems engineering, enterprise architectire, technical delivery, business and leadership.
He has a BE in Systems Engineering, a BSc in Chemistry and an MBA from ANU.
Thomas has been an active part of many SESA and INCOSE initiatives and working groups including:
Welcome Thomas!… Read more
The Victorian Transportation Working Group (TWG) is calling for Expressions of Interest to join the group. The Transportation Working Group is an group of Systems Engineering Professional with a special interest in application for the Transportation Sector.
More information about the TWG can be found here: https://www.sesa.org.au/sesa-working-groups/transport-working-group/.
We are inviting all Victorian SESA members to express their interest to join the TWG and/or nominate themselves to become the new Chair of the Victorian TWG.
We would appreciate if you could write a short response covering the following:
Great news for SESA members – ANU has released a new Graduate Certificate of Systems Engineering.
This Graduate Certificate can be completed as a standalone postgraduate qualification or used as a pathway to a Master of Engineering at ANU.
Applications close Sunday 31 January. Apply now to start studying in 2021.
There are many ways to study systems engineering in Australia. Below is a list of existing Australian providers of systems engineering courses and training:
Please note that this list includes the Australia providers of systems engineering courses and training available at this time as known to the author.… Read more
SESA was pleased to provide feedback on the Australian Government’s consultation paper on “Protecting Critical Infrastructure and Systems of National Significance”. The consultation paper outlined a security and resilience framework for Australia in terms of three key elements:
The consultation paper sought feedback from owners and operators of critical infrastructure, state and territory governments, academia and the Australian public, through a series of (36) questions, to contribute to the design and delivery of the proposed resilience framework.… Read more
SESA participates through the Standards Australia Technical committee IT-015 Software and Systems Engineering, which is the National body representing Australia on the international technical committee ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7 by the same name. SESA also partners with the INCOSE Standards Initiative as a Category A liaison to ISO/IEC JTC1/SC7 that provides editors and working group conveners for a number of the keystone standards that underpin the SE discipline. (See SC7 Standards Collection below).
Key among these standards is ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288:2015 Systems Engineering Life Cycle Processes, edited by Garry Roedler, the INCOSE Immediate Past President.… Read more