This week I had a little trip to the UK INCOSE ASEC in Leeds. Actually, I found it quite interesting. There were a few sparks of interest, some enlightening conversations, and the dinner was a scream (the main reason for going, I think).
INCOSE is the International Council on Systems Engineering, a not-for-profit membership organization and professional society in the field of Systems engineering. INCOSE has about 17000 members.
The Annual Systems Engineering Conference (ASEC) is INCOSE UK's flagship event that brings together a wide range of professionals from a variety of backgrounds, with the common interest of building upon their Systems Engineering knowledge and sharing ideas with their peers. I didn't present this time, but it was fun and great to meet up with a few people I've not seen in a while.
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Thursday, 21 November 2019
@ the INCOSE's Annual Systems Engineering Conference (ASEC) in Leeds, UK this week
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