Virtual Expert Panel
Friday, 18th December 2020 | 12:00 – 13:30 (CET)
Virtual Expert Panel
We are delighted to announce our first virtual expert panel! Joining us on the panel are:
Systems Engineering and Management
MBSE and SysML
Systems and Design Thinking
Quality in Systems Engineering
During this 1.5 hour event, you will have the opportunity to:
Hear short talks by leading industry experts highlighting case studies of key engineering principles being successfully applied in industry.
Have quality 1:1 interaction with industry experts, and get answers to any and all questions you have on their topic.
Network with others in the Systems Engineering community.
Gain all the information you need to build your professional development requests for 2021.
Who Should Attend?
This panel event is for anyone who is:
Interested in Continued Professional Development in Systems Engineering.
Looking for Quality training packages (bespoke and off-the-shelf) accredited by EduQua.
Keen to join the Systems Engineering community in Switzerland and Europe.
Limited spaces available. Save your seat and register now for FREE.
About the Panelists
Co-Founder SE-Training GmbH
Mike is a Systems Engineering Manager, Consultant, Trainer and Coach with extensive experience in delivering complex systems and establishing Systems Engineering in the Defence, Space and Medical sectors.
- Head of Systems Engineering, Molecular Division, Roche Diagnostics
- Head of Systems Engineering, RUAG Space
- Systems Engineer for Thales Optronics, UK
Niels Malotaux is an independent Project Coach and expert in optimizing project performance. He has some 40 year experience in designing electronic and software systems, at Delft University, in the Dutch Army, at Philips Electronics and 20 years leading a systems design company.
Since 1998 he devotes his expertise to helping projects and organizations to deliver Quality On Time: delivering what the customer needs, when they need it, to enable customer success. To this effect, Niels developed an approach for effectively teaching Evolutionary Project Management (Evo) Methods, Requirements Engineering, Review and Inspection techniques, as well as Reliable Embedded Systems Design, and how to achieve Zero Defects.
However, his approach is particularly very pragmatically adapting to the circumstances. Since 2001, he taught and coached well over 400 projects in 40+ organizations in the Netherlands, Belgium, China, Germany, Ireland, India, Israel, Japan, Poland, Romania, Serbia, South Africa, the UK and the US, which led to a wealth of experience in which approaches work better and which work less well in practice.
Model based systems engineering expert with a solid academic and industrial experience in modelling languages, processes, developing and deploying methods for system modelling and customising its tools.
• Mohammad holds two master’s degrees in Electronics and Mechatronics, and the OMG Certified Systems Modelling Professional Certificate (OCSMP)
• Has the Bombardier Recognition of appointment as “Engineering Management, Processes, Methods and Tools” Expert
• Is a member of INCOSE and actively participating in its chapters GfSE, SWISSED and other activities (e.g. OMG, NOSE, AFIS, MODELS).
• Author or co-author of numerous publications and gave various presentations and talks at international conferences.
Since 2009 Patrick is Professor for Product Innovation in the study program “Industrial Engineering|Innovation” at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts(LUASA) School of Engineering and Architecture.
He studied Mechanical Engineering and got his doctorate in the field of innovation management at the BWI ETH Zurich. After that, he worked for Siemens in various positions. His research and teaching interest are in the field of agile product management, Design Thinking and Entrepreneurship and the combination of these approaches, for example Design Thinking, Systems Thinking and Data Analytics.
Together with Larry Leifer from Stanford University and Michael Lewrick from Swisscom, he is the Co-editor of the book “Das Design Thinking Playbook”
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