Envisioning the future of systems engineering: An overview of Vision 2035 (Weds, 20 March 2024 ,5:45pm PT)

(This presentation is open to all, including non-INCOSE members)

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Please join us on Wednesday, 20 March 2024, for a SEMI-VIRTUAL event by Ms. Caitlyn Singam on INCOSE Systems Engineering 2035. NOTE – This event will be remotely presented, but the chapter will also host a GROUP watch meeting at Filippi’s restaurant in Kearny Mesa (San Diego).

The purpose of INCOSE’s Systems Engineering Vision 2035 is to inspire and guide the strategic direction of systems engineering across diverse stakeholder communities. It describes emerging trends and evolving strategic priorities in SE.   Please attend and learn more about INCOSE Systems Engineering 2035!

Primary Information:

Date:   Wednesday, 20 March 2024, from 5:45-7pm PST (presentation begins at 6pm).
Location:   Filippi’s Restaurant, 5353 Kearny Villa Rd, San Diego, CA 92123 (Google Maps)
Cost:   Free! There is an optional Italian food buffet (pizza, paste, salads, soft drinks, etc.) offered at $5 for INCOSE members and students, $15 non-members. RSVP
Webcast:   This presentation will be webcast to remote audiences using Zoom:


Telephone: 669-444-9171
Meeting ID: 886 9661 9637



This presentation will provide an overview of the future of systems engineering through the lens of INCOSE’s Vision 2035, with an eye towards how emerging trends and evolving strategic priorities in systems engineering competencies will potentially affect the landscape of the systems engineering community in the years to come. Drawing on the speaker’s work as the lead for INCOSE’s SySTEAM Initiative and previously published data-driven analyses of the systems engineering professional development and leadership pipeline, this presentation strives to provide an enlightening and enlivening examination of the direction of systems engineering as a field as well how the current generation of systems engineering practitioners can help make Vision 2035 a reality. Individuals interested in getting involved in the world of systems engineering competency development, striving to keep au courant about the latest trends in systems engineering, or wishing to be enlightened about Vision 2035 through an overview peppered with an ample amount of vision-related puns are encouraged to attend.

Presenter: Caitlyn Singam, M.Sc.

Ms. Caitlyn A. K. Singam, M.Sc., is an INCOSE-accredited systems engineer and the lead for the INCOSE SySTEAM Initiative, an international group of volunteers working to promote and standardize the integration of systems competencies into STEM and STEAM curricula. In addition to her volunteer work with INCOSE, Caitlyn is a researcher who has been invited to present her work to local, national, and international audiences, including ranking officials at NASA headquarters and the headquarters of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Her research focuses on designing and implementing original concepts for biological and aerospace systems, including creating a signal-routing algorithm that challenged and demonstrated superior performance to NASA’s “gold standard” bundle protocol approach for disruption-prone satellite networks in deep space (for which she won a “Best Paper” award at the 16th International Conference on Space Operations) as well as developing scientific and legal critiques of international planetary protection strategy and policy, which she was invited to present and discuss with an audience of international space agency department heads and senior academics at the 2022 International Astronautical Congress in Paris, France. With a goal of making science and engineering more accessible and welcoming to all, Caitlyn also volunteers her time advocating for greater access to advanced educational programs in her home state of Maryland and improvements in leadership developments pathways across the global systems engineering community.

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