San Diego is home to many diverse industries that increasing rely on the breadth and depth of Systems Engineering expertise. This expertise is needed to competitively achieve systems that win by delivering–on the promises of vision, within financial constraints, and with time to market advantage. Systems are not just “things” but all things required to produce systems-level results. The breadth of systems engineering spans people, hardware, software, facilities, policies, and documents in the range of markets, from Aerospace to Medical, and Energy to Telecommunications and Transportation. In this day and age, these systems must be undergirded with built-in security systems, from physical to cyber. These are all topics of interest for the 18th Annual Region II Fall Mini-Conference.
We are also encouraging and seeking topics that support job searches for systems engineering work. These might include processes for finding opportunities using the tools such as LinkedIn and on-line “aggregator” websites. We solicit expertise in preparing for (and conducting) interviews, the role of the verbal resume—or “story” on those phone calls and interviews required in the search for systems engineering work.
Your presentation will normally be about 20 minutes in length with 10 minutes for questions and answers.