Friday, June 3rd, 2022, 8:30am-4pm
Dassault Systemes / INCOSE San Diego Tutorial: Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) for Medical Device Development.
In-Person, Hands-on Workshop!
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Welcome! In this in-person, hands-on workshop by Dassault Systemes, you will learn how to leverage model-based technologies to support development of system requirements, design, analysis, verification and validation from concept, through development, to manufacturing. This is done in compliance with industry best practices and standards for modeling and simulation. This workshop focuses on the medical device community, but is also applicable to other domains as well – come learn MBSE!
Date: Friday, June 3rd, 2022
Time: 8:00 AM (starts at 9) – 4:00PM
Address: Dassault Systemes, 5005 Wateridge Vista Dr., San Diego, CA 92121 (Google Maps)
Cost: $20 for INCOSE members; $30 for non-members. Please register and pay below using PayPal.
Breakfast/Lunch: A lite breakfast including fruit and coffee and a boxed lunch including a sandwich, chips and soft-drink are included in the price. Please contact us if you prefer a vegetarian option.
With new technologies becoming more prevalent in the Life Sciences industry, Medical Devices are becoming more and more complex. Technologies such as Assisted Surgical Robotics, Implantable and Wearable Devices, Complex Imaging, and the move to Personalized Medicine have driven the need for Life Science companies to accelerate new product development and shorten time to market all while improving patient outcomes and quality.
Leveraging a Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) solution allows companies to reduce complexity, rework, and quality issues while meeting regulatory compliance and lowering risk. In this hands-on workshop, you’ll learn how to leverage model-based technologies to support development of system requirements, design, analysis, verification and validation from concept, through development, to manufacturing. This is done in compliance with industry best practices and standards for modeling and simulation.
* Attendees are encouraged to bring their own laptops to participate in the hands-on workshop. Temporary licenses for the software used will be provided beforehand via email. The license will be sent to the email address you register with, please check it before the class (including spam folder).
Who Should Attend:
Leadership teams, Management, Engineers supporting Systems, Requirements, Simulation, Verification & Validation, and Conceptual Design, Engineers supporting Systems and Simulation IT, Analysis Experts, and Design Engineers.
You will learn major parts of digital engineering with MBSE – including system architecture in SysML, design, analysis and model management capabilities in Product Lifecycle Management (PLM).
The session will cover five major integration points already available by this year and we will talk about roadmap. We will cover system architecture in SysML and:
• Requirements Management
• Product line engineering and variants management
• Simulation, workflow automation, optimization
• Design continuity
• Traceability and baselines
8:00 AM – 9:00 AM: Lite Breakfast
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM: “Deploying Key Elements of MBSE in Medical Device Design” with Mr. Casey Medina
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM: Hands-on use of an MBSE tool coupled with a Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) platform to go from System Architecture to Analysis and Design (Part 1) with Mr. Saulius Pavalkis, PhD, and Ms. Rosa Gragossian.
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM: Lunch
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM: Hands-on use of an MBSE tool coupled with a PLM platform (Part 2) with Saulius Pavalkis and Rosa Gragossian
Casey currently practices and teaches systems and quality engineering across industries, including the medical device, aerospace, and defense industries. He is a dynamic speaker and owns Studio SE, a Systems Engineering training and consulting firm located in the Denver area. He has extensive experience deploying and training Model-Based Systems Engineering, requirements engineering, model-based systems engineering (MBSE), human factors, quality engineering, risk management, and medical device design control. Casey has adapted Systems Engineering tools and techniques to analyze social and natural systems. Casey is working to identify, analyze, and address social issues that lead to homelessness to help organizations provide targeted, customized, aid to help individuals overcome the challenges that lead to experiencing homelessness.
Casey has developed products in the areas of automated stem cell growth, patient monitoring, pulse-oximetry, blood collections, electro-surgery, and therapeutics. He holds 12 patents for medical devices and has another six patent applications awaiting approval. Prior to designing medical devices, he led the creative development team for Zed, Inc. which produced architectural and interior design products.
Casey infuses practical experience into his training programs. He has multiple publications and has been invited as a guest lecturer at the University of Denver, Dublin City University, and the University of Colorado. Additionally, he has presented to numerous trade and professional organizations due to his pragmatic approach to design. Casey also serves as the lead instructor for the Caltech MBSE certificate program.
Saulius is the Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) Transformation Leader & MBSE R&D Cyber Portfolio Manager at Dassault Systemes.
Saulius has 20 years of MBSE solutions experience. Throughout his career, he has been actively involved in building world-class MBSE solutions and supporting MBSE adoption at major aerospace & defense and transportation companies. He contributed to the MBSE SysML-based method and framework “MagicGrid Book of Knowledge” as well as “Agile Model-Based Systems Engineering Cookbook” by Bruce Douglas. Saulius creates video content for over 2,000 subscribers on the largest systems simulation YouTube channel “MBSE Execution”. Through his work, he has accumulated significant experience in systems modeling, simulation, MBSE ecosystem, interfaces and integrations, traceability, and queries. Saulius has INCOSE CSEP and OMG OCSMP certifications and also holds the CATIA Magic lifetime modeling and simulation excellence award. Saulius has a PhD in Software engineering and BS and MS in telecommunications and electronics from the Kaunas University of Technology.
Rosa is a Senior Industry Process Consultant at Dassault Systèmes where she specializes in model based system engineering (MBSE), which includes various system and software modeling applications. Rosa’s background is real time software and system modeling, implementation and simulation, including system communications. Rosa is a graduate in electrical and software engineering and as a software engineer has worked in major software/hardware companies – the past 8 years being at Dassault Systemes. She has leveraged her knowledge and expertise to serve a variety of industries including Aerospace and Defense, Transportation and Mobility, Life Sciences, and others. In her current role, she is responsible for educating, demonstrating, inspiring and supporting solutions on the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform.
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The Trade-off Study: Cascading Mistakes of Omission and Commission
PLEASE JOIN US on Wednesday, 22 June 2022 at 5:45pm (presentation starts at 6pm) Pacific Time for a VIRTUAL presentation by Mr. Greg Parnell, PhD, on the typical omission and commission mistakes when conducting SE Trade Studies.
Date: Wednesday, 22 June, 2022, at 5:45 pm (presentation starts at 6pm) PACIFIC TIME.
Location: Virtual / Online only. The Zoom link will be posted soon – please check back.
Tradeoff studies are a critical tool to provide information to support decision making for discipline engineers, systems engineers, and program managers throughout the system life cycle. Unfortunately, the quality of tradeoff studies is typically inconsistent between organizations and within organizations. This paper reports on part of an INCOSE effort to improve tradeoff studies. Using the proposed INCOSE Decision Management Process, aligned with ISO/IEC 15288, we identify and discuss the most common tradeoff study mistakes of omission and commission. The mistakes of omission are errors made by not doing the right things. The mistakes of commission are errors made by doing the right things the wrong way. In addition, we show how these mistakes can cascade into multiple mistakes with significant consequences to the decision makers, stakeholders, and the system. By using the Decision Management Process and avoiding these mistakes, we significantly increase the quality of the tradeoff study and avoid adverse consequences.
SPEAKER: Mr. Gregory S Parnell, PhD. (LinkedIn) Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Arkansas
Dr. Gregory S. Parnell is a Professor of Practice, Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Arkansas and is Director of the M.S. in Operations Management (largest graduate program at the university) and the M.S. in Engineering Management programs. His research focuses on systems engineering, decision analysis, and risk analysis. He is editor of Trade-off Analytics: Creating and Exploring the System Tradespace (2016), lead editor of Decision Making for Systems Engineering and Management, (2nd Ed, 2011), and lead author of the Handbook of Decision Analysis (2013). He is a fellow of the International Committee for Systems Engineering (INCOSE), the Institute for Operations Research/Management Science (INFORMS), and the Military Operations Research Society (MORS). He is a Past President of the INFORMS Decision Analysis Society and the MORS. He joined the University of Arkansas faculty in 2013. He previously taught at West Point, the U.S. Air Force Academy, the Virginia Commonwealth University, and the Air Force Institute of Technology. He received the Frank P. Ramsey Medal, Decision Analysis Society, 2014, and the INFORMS Steinhardt Prize in 2020. He has a Ph.D. from Stanford University and is a retired Air Force Colonel.
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