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Chapter Overview 15 February 2007 North Star Chapter 1 2007 Program Theme System Engineering Practices in Industry Emphasis - Systems Engineering Interaction with Other Disciplines
Chapter Overview 15 February 2007 North Star Chapter 2 Tonights Agenda 6:15 PMRegistration, Networking & Pizza 6:45 PMChapter Meeting– Elliot Abrons 6:55 PMWelcome/introduction to Goodrich and Speaker- Dr. James Siekkinen, Goodrich Dir. of Sensor Development 7:05 PMPrinciples of operation and practical applications of spintronics technology – Dr. Daniel Baker, NVE 7:55 PMBreak 8:00 PMQuestions 8:30 PMAdjourn
Chapter Overview 15 February 2007 North Star Chapter 3 Meeting Calendar A note on attendance National Events Chapter Organization Chapter Communication Chapter Meeting
Chapter Overview 15 February 2007 North Star Chapter 4 25 January - Eaton Corporations Hydraulics Operations and the current landscape in system engineering Eaton Hydraulics 15 February - Spintronics and GMR - NVE at Goodrich 15 March - Research Management in High Tech Companies University of Minnesota 12 April - Risk Management - General Dynamics 10 May - Review/Dry Run of INCOSE Symposium Papers University of St Thomas 24-28 June – INCOSE Symposium – San Diego, California 2007 Meeting Calendar
Chapter Overview 15 February 2007 North Star Chapter 5 Why sign in? 1. For the past several years we have had the chapter incentive program to encourage attendance at our meetings. We will continue offering an incentive. 2. For guests or members attending for the first time, this also insures your notification by email of all subsequent events IF YOU WRITE SO WE CAN READ IT!! Attendance SO - BE SURE AND SIGN THE ATTENDANCE LIST!
Chapter Overview 15 February 2007 North Star Chapter 6 2007 National Events Details online @http://www.incose.org March 14 - 16, 2007 Conference on Systems Engineering Research (Stevens Institute, Hoboken) March 23 - 29, 2007 Asia-Pacific Systems Engineering Conference 2007 (Singapore) June 24 - 28, 2007 INCOSE International Symposium (San Diego) October 17 - 19, 2007 15th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (New Delhi)
Chapter Overview 15 February 2007 North Star Chapter 7 2007 Organization Membership ElliotAbrons Membership ElliotAbrons Head - Tech Leadership Team Eileen Arnold Region 1 Director Neill Radke Contacts for Technical Activities President Secretary KrisBlanshan Treasurer Hugh Perry Dir. Industry Keith President Elect Eileen Arnold Past President John Palmer Dir./ NeillRadke Board of Directors President Elliot Abrons Secretary Peter Lucking Treasurer Ed Anderson Dir. Industry John Palmer President Elect Doug Dasgupta Past President Bob Hunter Dir. Acad/Govt Neill Radke Board of Directors SE Applications Eileen Arnold Education and Research Neill Radke Management Joint with PMI Modeling and Tools Paul Maggitti Processes Improvement Eileen Arnold Risk Management John Palmer Standards Bob Hunter SE Initiatives Eileen Arnold Membership ElliotAbrons Membership ElliotAbrons Membership Peter Lucking Communication -open- Communication -open- Communication Eileen Arnold
Chapter Overview 15 February 2007 North Star Chapter 8 Communication North Star Chapter Web Site hosted on INCOSE server: www.incose.org/northstar North Star Newsletter – The Integrator
Chapter Overview 15 February 2007 North Star Chapter Introduction to Goodrich and Dr. Baker Principles of operation and practical applications of spintronics technology and GMR Dr. Daniel Baker, President and CEO of NVE Corporation
Chapter Overview 15 February 2007 North Star Chapter The Speaker Dr. Daniel Baker has been a director and the President and Chief Executive Officer of NVE since January 2001. From 1993 until joining NVE he was President and CEO of Printware, Inc., now known as Printware LLC, which manufactures and markets high-speed imaging systems. Dr. Baker has nearly 30 years of experience in high-tech industry, including executive positions with Minntech Corporation and Percom Data Corporation. Dr. Baker has Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in biomedical engineering from the University of Minnesota, an M.B.A. from the University of Minnesota, and a B.S. in biomedical engineering from Case Western Reserve University.
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