17:00/19:00Ist VVTWG webinar “Requirements Validation” The Verification, Validation and test Working Group organizes a series of webinars to share and advance the knowledge and the application of the Systems Engineering in Italy. Agenda (duration 1.30 hs. <!--[if !supportLists]-->· <!--[endif]-->Introduction: requirements validation fundamentals: Incose resources and references sharing 10 mins. <!--[if !supportLists]-->· <!--[endif]-->“Simulation-Based Verification of Systems Requirements”, instructors: prof. Dr.Ing Alfredo Garro (University of Calabria), Italy, 30 mins + 10 mins discussion <!--[if !supportLists]-->· <!--[endif]-->Round robin 40 minutes (everyone) In order to participate to the meeting please connect with email@example.com See you soon, Alfredo, Carlo, Claudia, Luca e Sara 23 gen 2017 - 24 gen 2017
09:00/16:37WORKSHOP SCOPE AND CALL Today, the effective governance of any organisation - be it a government, a firm, a state-owned entity, or a charity - needs to be based on resilience, transparency, accountability, evidence of effectiveness. This need is stimulated by the all-encompassing public scrutiny of organisations, a trend that is continuously growing due to the advances in IT. This process has been described in terms of the emergence of technologies and practices of calculation in the context of governance. A common problem is that organisations frequently approach governance as a process of conforming strictly with rules and regulations instead of considering governance from a wider systemic perspective. In this workshop we call for both practical and theoretical research proposals for a better modeling of organizational systems as well of examples of successful application of model-based governance to any kind of organizational system. Link to workshop web page: http://bslab-symposium.net/BSLab-Sydic-2017/BSLAB-SYDIC-WS-Rome-2017.htm 28 gennaio 2017
08:55/10:55What is the international workshop?INCOSE's International Workshop is the event of the year for systems engineers to contribute to the state of the art. Unlike INCOSE's annual International Symposium and other conferences, there are no paper, panel or tutorial presentations. Instead, attendees spend 4 days working alongside fellow systems engineers who are there to make a difference. Systems Engineers at all levels and from all backgrounds are encouraged to engage in working sessions, and contribute their knowledge and experience to take the discipline forward.IW2017 facilitates working meetings for groups engaged in INCOSE's major projects and in international standards development, workshops to explore the Systems Engineering challenges in new sectors, opportunities for chapter leaders to meet and share best practice, support sessions to help you get the most out of INCOSE's shared working environment and a broad range of other technical meetings. Planned sessions will be published on the website as these become available.There are two kinds of working group sessions at the IW:Working sessions, where the focus is on improving and completing working group products. Working sessions are ideal for contributing with and learning from the real experts in the field. Attendees planning to attend Working sessions are encouraged to contact the relevant session leaders before the event to facilitate planning Outreach sessions, where the focus is on disseminating the current state of the art to Workshop attendees with no of little previous exposure to the working groups. Attending an Outreach session is also the ideal opportunity to influence the future direction of a working group and perhaps the entry point for deeper working group involvement.http://www.incose.org/IW2017/home/what-is-the-international-workshop 15 marzo 2017
17:00/19:00Third Chapter Meeting AISE 23 apr 2017 - 26 apr 2017
09:00/17:36Model-driven engineering approaches provide considerable advantages to software and systems engineering activities through the provision of consistent and coherent models at various abstraction levels. As these models are in a machine readable form, model-driven engineering approaches can also support the exploitation of computing capabilities for model reuse, code generation, model checking and test case generation, thus leading to a more productive modeling approach. Simulation engineering is the discipline that applies the principles of engineering and simulation science for designing and constructing simulation models, developing and maintaining their software implementations, and conducting simulation experiments. As simulations are basically software systems, they can similarly benefit from model-driven engineering approaches to support automatic code generation, enhance software quality, and reduce costs, development effort and time-to-market. At the same time, introducing simulation-based systems engineering as an extension of model-based systems engineering practices to also include simulation methods, offers the opportunity for a more comprehensive exploration of the design space by enabling systems engineers to predict system performance and behaviour, evaluate alternatives, run what-if scenarios or carry out sensitivity analysis. The Symposium on Model-driven Approaches for Simulation Engineering (Mod4Sim) brings together experts in model-based, model-driven software and systems engineering from embedded, cyber-physical and software-intensive systems domains with experts in simulation, with the objective to advance the state of the art in model-based simulation engineering and simulation-based systems engineering. The symposium is part of the SCS Spring Simulation (SpringSim) Multi-Conference 2017, held on April 23-26, 2017 at Virginia Beach, VA, USA.