STEM NIGHT SOIREE 2020
The INCOSE San Diego chapter is proud to present our 2020 annual STEM gala for our members and friends!
Bring your cape, put on your mask and get ready to battle to win! This event will be VIRTUAL, and we guarantee a fun time for all!
When: Saturday evening, October 17th, 6pm – 8pm (Pacific Time)
Where: Your home! This event is VIRTUAL
Registration: Please register below!!! We will use your email to contact you with additional information before the event – so register Now!
How to Connect and Play:
Connection details to the event will be provided SOON, please check back!
Note that this event will ALSO require you to PRE-INSTALL the KAHOOT! game software on your computer or mobile device! Please do so BEFORE the game!!! See Kahoot! for more details. We may also have Kahoot training the day or two before – please check back for that also!!
About the Event:
This event will showcase the amazing efforts of several of our STEM award schools! The schools will present their progress on their STEM projects, with KAHOOT! games intermixed between them! Below is a tentative schedule for our event:
6:00pm – 6:20pm Introduction and welcome and setup!
6:20pm – 6:30pm Mr. Roger Dohm and team (Poway High School)
6:30pm – 6:50pm Kahoot! Round 1 – Out of this World!
6:50pm – 7:00pm Ms. Roxanna Vincent and team (Learning Choice Academy)
7:00pm – 7:10pm Kahoot! round 2 – Superpowers!
7:10pm – 7:20pm Mr. Kevin White and team (Learning Choice Academy)
7:20pm – 7:30pm Kahoot! final round – Engineering Central!
7:30pm – 7:40pm And the Winners are..!!
1st Place $50 Amazon Gift Card
2nd place $40 Amazon Gift Card
3rd place $30 Amazon Gift Card
10 $10 Amazon Gift Cards will also be raffled to everyone who attends (excludes the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners)!!
Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions!
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WSRC 2020 RECAP
(This event is open to all, including non-members.)
This event will be VIRTUAL.
Please join us for a Roundtable Discussion and recap of the Western States Regional Conference 2020.
When: Wednesday, October 21st, 6 – 7:15pm Pacific Time (the web conference will start at 5:45pm).
Webcast Details: Connection details are forthcoming! Please note that you will not be required to install any software on your computer or mobile device, but that depending on your device you may be required to call in in for the audio. Please check back for more information before the event.
After spending September to take some time to relax with friends and family, we at INCOSE San Diego are revitalized and ready to organize some great events for October and the rest of the year. October’s general meeting will feature a recap round-table of the recent WSRC 2020 virtual conference (led by the Seattle Chapter).
We are currently working out the details of his talk, as there are many to choose from, but in addition to sharing our experiences and summarizing some of the most interesting talks, Dr. Ron Carson (WSRC presenter) will be our guest speaker. Also note that we are hosting WSRC 2021, so that will give all of us a sense of our upcoming adventure here in Sept 2021 in San Diego, California!
Please join us in recapping this fun and educational event!
Presentations Open for Discussion:
Transition to Model-Based Systems Engineering
– Ms. Christi Gau Pagnanelli (Keynote speaker)
Nuclear Technology Development with Systems Engineering
– Mr. Eric Williams (Keynote speaker)
Engineering America’s Most Ambitious Regional Transit Expansion
– Mr. Peter Brown (Keynote speaker)
Never Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste: The significant opportunities for healthcare improvement through the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic
– Mr. Geoff Austin (Keynote speaker)
Correcting Misperceptions of Systems Engineering
– Dr. Ron Carson (WSRC 2020 Committee member)
Perspectives on 737MAX MCAS: System Design and Operation
– Dr. Ron Carson (WSRC 2020 Committee member)
The Powerful Advantages of Developing a “Failure Resume”
– Mr. Tim Boyd
Equipping Tomorrow’s Systems Engineering Workforce
– Dr. Rick Hefner
Guest Speaker: Dr. Ron Carson
Dr. Ron Carson is an Adjunct Professor of Engineering at Seattle Pacific University, an Affiliate Assistant Professor in Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Washington, a Fellow of the International Council on Systems Engineering and a certified Expert Systems Engineering Professional (ESEP).
He retired in 2015 as a Technical Fellow in Systems Engineering after 27 years at The Boeing Company. He is the author of numerous articles regarding requirements analysis and systems engineering measurement, and is the developer of numerous industry systems engineering training courses. His current interests are in quantitatively incorporating sustainability considerations in systems engineering methodologies and education. Dr. Carson has a PhD from the University of Washington in Experimental Plasma Physics, and a BS from the California Institute of Technology in Applied Physics.
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