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Systems Engineering Test and Evaluation (SETE) Conference 2024

Sunday, September 22 - Wednesday, September 25

Systems Engineering Test and Evaluation (SETE) Conference will be back in Melbourne, 22-25 September 2024.

SETE24 brings together the Systems Engineering, Test & Evaluation and Modelling & Simulation communities for the annual transdisciplinary systems engineering conference in Australia. Systems Engineering Society Australia (SESA), as the local chapter of INCOSE, is supported in organising SETE24 by its long-term partner International Test & Evaluation Association (ITEA), as well as a new partnership with Simulation Australasia (SimAust) forged at last year’s event, Australasian Simulation Congress (ASC) 23. Come along to hear from great keynotes, attend a tutorial, and learn about Australia’s efforts to embrace Digital Engineering and Simulations.

Event Details

Date: 22-25 September 2024
Venue: Pullman on the Park, Melbourne, Australia

Key Dates for Technical Program

Please be aware that dates are subject to confirmation. All dates are in 2024.

  • 2 Jan 24 – Call for Streams Opens
  • 10 Feb 24 – Call for Streams Closes
  • late Feb 24 – Call for Submissions – Window Opens [updated]
  • 3 May 24 – Call for Submissions – Window Closes  (Full Papers, Presentations, Panels, Tutorials)
  • 27 May 24 – Submission Outcome Notifications (Full Papers, Presentations, Panels, Tutorials)
  • 3 Jun 24 – Initial Program Release
  • 1 Jul 24 – Full Paper Revisions Due (Full Papers only)
  • 8 Jul 24 – All other Submissions Finalised (Presentations, Panels, Tutorials)
  • 15 Jul 24 – Full Paper Outcome Notifications (Full Papers only)
  • 29 Jul 24 – Program Release

Call for Streams

The Call for Streams has closed, and we are busy building the Call for Submissions.

Stream Proposers have been contacted for final comment.

We welcome late Stream Proposals, but these will be considered on a case-by-case basis.


To assist in building a relevant SETE24 program, we encourage sector leaders and experts to propose a ‘stream’ – the topic for a set of sessions. Streams should inspire submissions that will provide new insights into attaining solutions to systems challenges based on experiences, trends, creativity, and innovations that will attract submissions and engage participants in active discussions.

As a guide, streams should align broadly to domains of interest, such as (but not limited to):

  • Cybersecurity
  • Education, Certification and Training
  • Energy & Nuclear Technologies
  • Healthcare
  • Human Systems Integration
  • Project Management
  • Research Capabilities
  • Sustainability and the Environment
  • Telecommunications
  • Transport & Cities

And Streams should consider emphasis areas that explore:

  • Resilient Systems including Critical Infrastructure, Resilience and Sovereignty, Sovereign Industry Capabilities, System Integration & Interconnectivity, Technical Accountability & Governance.
  • Methodology Advances including Agile Approaches, Model-Based Approaches, Systems Methodologies & Frameworks, Experimentation, Test & Evaluation, Theoretical Approaches.
  • Digital Innovation including Big Data, Data Analytics, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence, Digital Twins, Cyber Capability, Information Assurance, Serious Games.
  • Human and Social Factors including Ethical Design, Human Capability & Competency, Human-Systems Integration, Social Disruption & Wellbeing.

Stream submissions should include:

    • nominated Chair/Co-Chairs, who will work with the Technical committee to review papers and lead the stream
    • a title that relates to the theme
    • a suggested Domain to be situated within
    • a 100-word description that sets the scene and provides guidance for submissions into the Stream

Streams will be reviewed by the Technical Committee and will be used for the Call for Submissions.

Streams can accept submissions in all submission categories. Ideally, a Stream should attract between 3-6 papers. The Technical Committee will work with Chairs/Co-Chairs to manage the distribution and coverage of Streams, which may include combining or dividing Streams.



Sunday, September 22
Wednesday, September 25
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