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
To all SESA Members,
SESA’s newly elected Executive Committee are looking for members to volunteer for the following initiatives during 2020:
To all SESA Members,
Thank you to those that attended the SESA General Meeting. As discussed we are issuing a Call for Nominations. The selection criteria and position descriptions for each role are as below:
SESA are calling for nominations for the below 5 positions. The positions will be elected by the SESA Membership for a two-year term commencing 1 July 2020.
The Australian Systems Engineering Workshop is tentatively scheduled on 26-27 October 2020 in Sydney.
The program will provide both virtual and face-to face participation, with the exact mix to be determined later in the year.
The SESA General Meeting will be held on the 3rd of June, please keep an eye out for the outcome of the GM.