The Systems Engineering Society of Australia (SESA) is proud to host the Australian Systems Engineering Workshop (ASEW) in Brisbane from 30 – 31 October 2017. 

ASEW 2017 will bring together leading technical, research, government and industry delegates from around Australia and overseas.

SESA is the leading professional body for sharing, promoting and advancing the best of Systems Engineering for the benefit of Australian organisations and community. It is a Technical Society of Engineers Australia and the Australian chapter of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE).

The ASEW is the annual working meeting of SESA.  It provides opportunities for practitioners, researchers, managers and others interested in the field of Systems Engineering to network, develop practice, and communicate issues and ideas. 

SESA members participate in a number of INCOSE Working Groups which are the fundamental building blocks for the development of technical product that forms the basis of the Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge. In particular SESA has active engagement in the following INCOSE Working Groups and Initiatives.

  • Model-based Concept Design
  • System-of-Systems
  • Project Management – Systems Engineering planning
  • Telecommunications
  • Transport
  • Standards
  • Systems

The ASEW will provide working group participants with opportunities to come together and create meaningful dialogues by sharing their knowledge through workshops, panel and roundtable sessions and other technical exchanges and develop ongoing work plans that advance the practice of SE in each functional domain or industry sector. 

At this ASEW Working Groups currently planning working sessions, either individually or in combination, include Model-Based Conceptual Design, Telecommunications and Transportation.

In addition, this ASEW will host a paper INCOSE Knowledge exam for SESA and EA members desiring to become chartered as an Australian Systems Engineer under the new CASE program recently agreed between Engineers Australia and INCOSE.

On the behalf of SESA, I warmly welcome you to join the Australian Systems Engineering Workshop in Brisbane.

Ray Hentzschel
National President of SESA