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Entro Maggio 2018 le Autorità e gli Organismi pubblici, e le aziende private dovranno adeguarsi al nuovo Regolamento Europeo in materia di protezione dei dati personali n. 679/2016 (GDPR - General Data Protection Regulation ).Il Regolamento rappresenta una discontinuità impor-tante rispetto all’attuale normativa, sia in termini di approccio (basato sul rischio e improntato ai principi di Privacy by Design e Privacy by Default), sia, soprat-tutto, in termini di responsabilizzazione dei Titolari del trattamento (Accountability).La Pubblica Amministrazione dovrà gestire un cam-biamento rilevante sotto il profilo organizzativo, operativo e tecnico; a scopo esemplificativo si ricordano tra le principali innovazioni: • l’introduzione del Responsabile per la protezione dei dati per tutti gli Enti (Data Protection Officer) • la regolazione della filiera della fornitura attraverso accordi strutturati (Data Protection Agreement) • la cancellazione dei dati al termine del loro ciclo di vita (Data Erasure) • la gestione delle violazioni di sicurezza (Data Breach Management), anche in relazione ai requisiti di protezione derivanti dalla normativa NIS, recante misu-re per la sicurezza delle reti e dei sistemi informativi.L’obiettivo dell’evento è quello di analizzare le principali ricadute del Regolamento per la Pubblica Amministrazione ed enucleare gli interventi necessari per garantire un adeguato livello di protezione dei dati personali. Le novità normative e gli impatti operativi saranno inquadrati da un punto di vista Legale (con l’in-tervento dell’Avv. Rosario Imperiali), dal punto vista Organizzativo (con l’intervento del Dr. Tommaso Stranieri di Deloitte) e dal punto di vista Tecnico (con l’intervento della Dr.ssa Barbara Rovescala, Information Management & Governance Consultant e di Dr. Vito Volpini, Senior Security Solution Architect, entrambi di HPE).
09 lug 2017 - 14 lug 2017 Towards the Unification of Systems Science and Systems Engineering

Towards the Unification of…


The International Society for the Systems Sciences proposes by this workshop the on-going efforts to improve the understanding of unifying concepts and paradigms are presented. http://isss.org/world/2017_ISSS_ViennaThe workshop will be presented in three Modules. Module 1 - Unification has been a clear goal of the College Publication Systems Series that involves a cooperative effort involving the BCSSS as well as Stevens Institute of Technology. Highlights of some of the unifying concepts and paradigms that have evolved in the series will be presented. Module 2 - An important unifying concept is the notion of the “systemist”. Characteristics of how a systemist deals with any situation, problem or opportunity are presented. The systemist approach is based on an innovative “Systems Tree” that identifies an epistemology, ontology and semantics of systems, as well as how to move from thinking to an effective value added action (axiology). In the workshop, highlights of this unifying innovative explanation of the role of the systemist is presented. Module 3 - The systemist approach to unification will be illustrated by presenting some of the highlights of a new volume in preparation for the Systems Series that addresses biological and medical systems. -Workshop Requirements- Target audience There are no special requirements as this workshop will be useful to professionals, faculty and students alike. It is expected that the participants will attend the entire workshop in order to obtain a well-rounded view of concepts, principles and multiple paradigms that will useful in their future activities. Size of the group From min 6 to max 40 people. A max of 40 people (5 groups of 8 people) if we do some practice during sessions (particularly session 2) Duration – Full day workshop 8 hours as followed 6 hours + 90’ break for lunch (who takes in charge the lunch? Each participant or the ISSS organization?) + 15’ break in the morning + 15’break in the afternoon Characteristics for the room for the workshop <!--[if !supportLists]-->§ <!--[endif]-->Capacity for 40 people <!--[if !supportLists]-->§ <!--[endif]-->Room flexibility to move the tables and the chairs as exercises may be run in 5 different small groups Tutorial Logistics Media VGA Projector (HDMI or VGA connectors) From 2 to 6 Flip-charts (1 for tutorial, 1 for each group- With 40 people, 5 groups of 8 people) 5 sets of markers (4 colours in each set: black, blue, red, green) A4 paper sheets (10 for each participant) We will bring 1 PC but we can use a PC already installed, if required. Formats .ppt, .pdf, .xls -Full Description- Module Topic Time Activity Type Presenter 1 Unifying concepts and paradigms that have evolved from the first 8 volumes of the Systems Series. This presentation will include, amongst others: -Systems Coupling Diagram -System of System Concepts -Thinking - Acting Paradigm -ISO/IEC/IEEE 15288 Concepts -Essence of Software and Systems Engineering -Purpose of Systems Architecting -Systems Thinking Procedure 2 hours Approximately 10-15 minutes per concept or paradigm Presentation of the concepts and paradigms Some brief practical exercises Harold “Bud” Lawson 2 The systems thinker in action -Storytelling to introduce Systems Thinking -How to recognize a Systems Thinker? -Proposal for an integrative, living framework (genesis of the Systems Tree (ST))? Examples/ practice /How to use it. -Perspective on future research to use the ST in the field of Systems Science. Perspectives for Semantics, Ontology, Epistemology, Axiology 2 hours (15’) (15’) (90’) (10’) Interactive session Balance between theory, examples and practice Exercises performed in small groups Brigitte Daniel Allegro 3 Health Disease and Systems Thinking -learning from Cancer, the need to be systemic -different perspectives, meaning and consequences of inflammation -understanding Sepsis with Systems Thinking -understanding Pre-eclampsia with Systems Thinking -architectural parallels between biological and engineered defence and security - systems thinking to address the frailty healthcare crisis 2 hours (20’) (20’) (20’) (20’) (20’) (20’) Gary Robert Smith -Workshop Learning Outcome(s)- After completing this workshop, participants: <!--[if !supportLists]-->§ <!--[endif]-->will be able to observe and to recognize the specific attitudes of systemist and will have the opportunity to practice Systems Thinking <!--[if !supportLists]-->§ <!--[endif]-->will be aware of potential gaps between intended action and effective acts <!--[if !supportLists]-->§ <!--[endif]-->will be familiar with useful unifying concepts and paradigms including a proposal of an integrative systemist approach using the “Systems Tree”. <!--[if !supportLists]-->§ <!--[endif]-->be introduced to the application of the systemist approach in biological and medical systems -Workshop Instructor(s) Bio(s)- Brigitte Daniel Allegro Senior Expert Adviser in Systems Thinking and Dependability - Design & Art teacherIndependent consultant and author (art books and systems thinking books) and also… grandmother Brigitte built her experience on dependability concerns, systems engineering (SE) and systems thinking in nuclear industry (EDF) and aeronautics (Airbus). She introduced at Airbus design office systems engineering and the value of human experience in the early 1990's. She has designed and managed for 10 years an in house training course on aeronautical system design to promote the human capital of the organisations. She deployed SE for supporting new Airbus development programs as well as organizational transformation projects. She focused on managerial approaches able to synchronize silo organizations while piloting transversal activities. Today, she takes advantage of her own experience in energy and transportation to coach System Architect Engineers and to promote systems thinking in academic and industrial fields. In 2012 she has written for AFIS (INCOSE French Chapter) an “Introduction to Systems Thinking”. On that occasion, she developed a conceptual model of Systems Thinker attitudes with underpinning systems concepts which form a consistent basis for her Systems Thinking courses. She has been practising this conceptual model for five years. Translating into French the first book of Harold ‘Bud’ Lawson “A journey through the Systems Landscape” (“Parcours au pays des Systèmes) developed a specific awareness about concepts representations in different cultures. Being engineer and textile artist, she is interested in the relationships between creative thinking and systems thinking as well as artistic design and industrial design. She contributes to the INCOSE Systems Science WG as well as the INCOSE Healthcare WG. She enjoys textile art, dance, music, cultures and family life Harold “Bud” Lawson is the coordinating editor of the College Publications Systems Series. He has been active in the computing and systems arena since 1958 and has broad international experience in private and public organizations as well as academic environments. Bud contributed to several pioneering efforts in hardware, software and computer-based system technologies. He has held professorial appointments at several universities in the USA, Europe and the Far East. He is a Fellow of the ACM, IEEE and INCOSE. He was head of the Swedish Delegation to ISO/IEC JTC1 SC7 WG7 (1996-2004) and the elected architect of the ISO/IEC 15288 standard. In 2000, he received the prestigious IEEE Computer Pioneer Charles Babbage medal award for his 1964 invention of the pointer variable concept for programming languages. In 2016 he was recognized as an INCOSE Systems Engineering Pioneer for his life long contributions to the unification of Software and Systems Engineering. Harold “Bud” Lawson is an independent consultant operating his own company Lawson Konsult AB and is, as well, a consulting partner of Syntell AB, Stockholm. Gary Robert Smith is a senior expert systems engineer at Airbus Defence and Space. He is currently their lead systems architect for engineering processes across the division and has had a number of senior systems engineering roles in systems of systems integration programmes. In 2004, “just for fun”, he undertook the Open University course S807 Molecules in Medicine and as a direct result of the course published “Cancer, Inflammation and the AT1 and AT2 receptors in the BMC Journal of Inflammation. This was featured in the UK national press, “Open University Student publishes new theory of inflammation”. The paper has over 100 citations, including one in Nature Review Oncology. His more recent paper “Angiotensin and Systems Thinking: Wrapping your mind around the big picture” describes a mental model for understanding disease. He is an INCOSE ESEP, an active contributor to the INCOSE/ISSS systems science working group and the healthcare working group where he participates as the outreach director for the EMEA region and is an INCOSE Healthcare Ambassador
09 lug 2017 - 14 lug 2017 20th World Congress of the International Federation of Automatic Control

20th World Congress of the…


IFAC 2017 World Congress, Toulouse, France The 20th World Congress of the International Federation of Automatic Control, 9-14 July 2017Open invited track: Title : Open issues and Trends for Model Based Systems -and System of Systems- Engineering IFAC Technical Committee for evaluation: TC 5.2 "Manufacturing Modelling for Management and Control" Track proposed by: Eric Bonjour (Université de Lorraine), Vincent Chapurlat (Ecole des Mines d’Alès), Carlo Leardi (Tetra Pak Packaging Solutions S.p.A.), Alfredo Garro (University of Calabria, Italy), Frédérique Mayer (Université de Lorraine), Jean-Claude Roussel (Airbus Group Innovation, INCOSE Director for Europe, Middle East and Africa Sector) Scientific and industrial support: AFIS / INCOSE-EMEA Abstract. Systems Engineering (SE) is an engineering discipline whose responsibility is creating and executing an interdisciplinary process to ensure that the customer and stakeholder's needs are satisfied in a high quality, trustworthy, cost efficient and schedule compliant manner throughout a system's entire life cycle (INCOSE 2015). Key characteristics of Systems Engineering processes are that they are collaborative, iterative, model-based. These processes may concern (or be adapted to) the design of systems with various levels of complexity including Systems of Systems (SoS). It is then called SoSE. SE and SoSE processes, methods and tools are either overlapped or interfaced with other domains such as project management or dependability. A current trend in SE is to develop Model-Based approaches representing and highlighting how requested stakeholders’ expectations and requested systems’ values are taken into consideration, by means of operational, functional, logical, physical… “views”. Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) enables designers to define and to manipulate various kinds of system models e.g. for analyzing system architecture or simulating the system behavior with interrelated models in order to verify that the requirements are met (INCOSE 2007). The aim of this open invited track is to gather international state-of-the-art research results and case studies, and to explore new Systems Engineering and System of Systems Engineering directions and emerging trends. We invite authors to submit high quality contributions describing significant, original, and unpublished results. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to: - Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), Model-Based System of Systems Engineering (MBSoSE) - Requirements authoring and Verification: passing from Stakeholders’ requirements to System requirements in MBSE or MBSoSE context - From Stakeholders’ expected values to Systems Values: how to evaluate? - Architecting Systems to Address Multiple Stakeholder Values - Model-Based Safety Assessment for SE - Non Functional properties in Architecting and Design processes: issues on native Resilient, Robust, Interoperable, Safe and Maintainable Systems - Product lines engineering (product family design) based on SE principles - Early verification and early validation considering Value notion
15 luglio 2017 IS2017 - Adelaide

IS2017 - Adelaide


The INCOSE symposium has a rich history that dates back to 1990, and has continued uninterrupted every year to the present.INCOSE’s Annual International Symposium is the largest worldwide annual gathering of people who do systems engineering for four days of presentations, case studies, workshops, tutorials and panel discussions. The program attracts an international mix of professionals at all levels, and includes practitioners in government and industry, as well as educators and researchers. The benefits of attending the Symposium include the opportunity to share ideas, network, build competency, pursue certification, contribute to the advancement of the profession through collaboration on tools, processes and methodologies, learn about new offerings in training and education, and forge new partnerships.INCOSE offers a variety of options for sponsoring and exhibiting at IS2017. Your presence as a sponsor for this event will identify your organisation as a supporter of and leader in the profession of systems engineering.http://www.incose.org/symp2017/home/what-is-the-international-symposium
19 set 2017 - 21 set 2017 INCOSE EMEA Biennial Workshop

INCOSE EMEA Biennial Workshop


La seconda edizione dell’INCOSE EMEA Biennial Workshop approda quest’anno a Mannheim, Germania, tra il 19 ed il 21 Settembre 2017, a cura del Capitolo Tedesco di INCOSE. Si tratta di un evento che raccoglie i lavori congiunti di quasi tutti i Working Groups INCOSE, affiancandosi all’annuale International Workshop, che si svolge sempre in territorio Statunitense. La versione EMEA è stata lanciata con successo nel 2015 in Francia, e vede una intensa partecipazione attiva di tutti i Chapter del Settore EMEA, incluso ovviamente il Chapter Italia, grazie al contributo di Carlo Leardi che presiederà i lavori del Working Group “Integration, Verification and Validation”. Le iscrizioni al Workshop sono aperte, tutte le informazioni sono disponibili sul sito: www.incose.org/EMEAWS2017



12 giugno 2017
Richiesta di Supporto alla III Edizione del Master in SE “FORTEMARE”. E' appena stato pubblicato, a cura di Regione Liguria, l'invito a presentare… Continua a leggere

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05 aprile 2017
Esito del Terzo AISE Chapter Meeting. Il Consiglio Direttivo di AISE ringrazia tutti i partecipanti al terzo Chapter Meeting che si è svolto lo scorso Venerdì… Continua a leggere

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Terza edizione del Chapter Meeting AISE

16 marzo 2017
Terza edizione del Chapter Meeting AISE. ll Consiglio Direttivo di AISE è lieto di informare che proseguono nel 2017 le edizioni dei Chapter Meeting, i… Continua a leggere

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27 giugno 2017


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