Welcome to INCOSE, San Diego Chapter
Upcoming and recent INCOSE San Diego chapter events:
Please RSVP here Happy New Year, INCOSE SD Members! Come join us for our first meeting of 2021 to meet and greet our new board members. We will be holding a town-hall style meeting, where board members will share their strategy for this year. We would also like to hear your ideas: What type of[…]
Calling All Systems Engineering Professionals! Your San Diego chapter is looking for engagement from our chapter members holding ASEP, CSEP or ESEP certification. RSVP Here This end-of-the-year meeting will discuss the upcoming Western States Regional Conference (WSRC) 2021, to be held in San Diego, and opportunities for direct participation by our SEP-certified members. The meeting[…]
Agility in the Future of Systems Engineering (FuSE) – An INCOSE Initiative (Wednesday, 23 Dec, 2020)
Future of Systems Engineering (FuSE) (This event is open to all, including non-members.) This event will be VIRTUAL. Please RSVP HERE. Please join us for a workshop-like discussion on the INCOSE Future of Systems Engineering (FuSE) initiative Agility project, being attended to by the INCOSE Agile Systems and Systems Engineering (AS&SE) Working Group (WG). An[…]
2020 Sponsors: Back again for 2020, this time VIRTUAL, the INCOSE San Diego chapter will host their annual Mini-Conference on Saturday, December 5th. This year’s theme: Systems Engineering Emerging Trends and Technical Solutions Come join us VIRTUALLY for 17 presentations on systems engineering and technology. This presentation will be webcast using Zoom (or similar technology)[…]
What Makes Our Chapter Unique?
The San Diego Chapter of INCOSE organizes educational and networking events for its members to develop, nurture, and enhance multi-disciplinary system development under the title of Systems Engineering. The San Diego Chapter of INCOSE earned the Gold Chapter Award for 2015. What is Systems Engineering? Systems Engineering is an interdisciplinary approach and means to enable the realization of successful systems. It focuses on defining customer needs and required functionality early in the development cycle, documenting requirements, then proceeding with design synthesis and system validation while considering the complete problem.
Systems Engineering Trng
Mini-conferences, tutorials, and presentations
Annual awards to local K-12 schools
Interaction with many engineering firms throughout San Diego County
Broad cross-section of professionals representing many different domains