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Day at a Glance Monday, July 10. Monday at a Glance 0700 - 0745Speakers/Session Chairs Breakfast - ChampionsGate 0700 - 1700Symposium Registration – Rotunda.

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1 Day at a Glance Monday, July 10

2 Monday at a Glance 0700 - 0745Speakers/Session Chairs Breakfast - ChampionsGate 0700 - 1700Symposium Registration – Rotunda 0700 - 1800Speaker Ready Room – Wentworth 0700 – 1900Cyber Café sponsored by Boeing – St. Andrew A 0800 – 1700INCOSE Meetings – See Business Meetings Section 0800 – 0945Opening Plenary Keynote: Russell Romanella, NASA JFK Space Center - National Ballroom 0945 - 1715 Two Full Day Optional Tutorials – Ticket Required 1000 - 1200SESSION 1: Technical Paper and Panel Tracks 1000 - 1700Academic Forum – ChampionsGate 1200 - 1300Lunch Sponsored by Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne – Foyer 1200 - 1300New Member Lunch Orientation – National Ballroom D 1300 – 1430SESSION 2: Technical Paper Tracks 1300 – 1700Two Half-Day Optional Fee Tutorials – Ticket Required 1530 – 1700SESSION 3: Technical Paper Tracks 1800 – 2030Ice Breaker Reception –Exhibit Hall

3 Monday's Keynote Russell Romanella Director, International Space Station/Payload Processing Directorate NASA John F. Kennedy Space Center

4 Monday's Academic Forum WELCOME (1000-1015) Muzaffar Shaikh, FLORIDA INSTITUTE of TECHNOLOGY INCOSE 2020 VISION FOR SE EDUCATION & RESEARCH (1015-1045) Andrew Sage GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY PANEL: INTEGRATION OF INDUSTRY AND ACADEMIA (1045-1145) Tom Wells HARRIS CORPORATION Samantha Brown LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY SYSTEMS THINKING IN SYSTEMS ENGINEERING, THE ROLE OF EXPERIENCE IN LEARNING (1145-1300) Heidi Davidz MIT, AEROSPACE CORPORATION PANEL: MIGRATING CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS INTO ACADEMIC PROGRAMS AND TIE IN TO INCOSE CERTIFICATION (1300-1430) Stanley Weiss STANFORD UNIVERSITY REPORTS: from INCOSE Academic Council and from CESUN (1445-1515) Dan Hastings MIT, Academic Council Chair PANEL: SYSTEMS OF SYSTEMS-WHAT IS THE RESEARCH AGENDA (1515-1645) Stephen Cook UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA Closing Remarks (1645-1700) Muzaffar Shaikh FLORIDA INSTITUTE of TECHNOLOGY

5 Monday's Panels TitleTimeRoom How are natural disaster events similar or dissimilar to terrorist attacks 1000-1155DUBLIN A Different Approaches to realizing net- centric solutions 1000-1125DUBLIN B

6 Monday's Tutorials* F01 - Complete Picture to Model Complex Systems: What, When, How, and Why Model Systems 0945-1715 – Melbourne A Mr. Jean-Philippe Lerat, SODIUS and Mr. Alain Faisandier, MAP système F02 - What You Will Need to Know About Chaos, Complexity, and Complex Adaptive Systems to do System Engineering Well Into the 21st Century 0945-1715 – Melbourne B Ms. Sarah Sheard, Third Millenium Systems, LLC H01 - Working the Tough Issues of Systems of Systems Planning, Estimating, and Execution 1300-1700 – Dublin A Dr. Barry Boehm and Ms. Jo Ann Lane, USC Center for Software Engineering H02 - Verifying Requirements 1300-1700 – Dublin B Mr. David Gelperin, ClearSpecs Enterprises *Available at an Additional Fee or with Passport Registration

7 Monday Business Meetings 1000-1200IS2008 Host Committee – Colonial B 1000-1700Intelligent Transportation & Transit WG – Oakmont B Commercial Steering Board – Olympic B 1100-1300Systems Science Enabler Group (SSEG) - Colonial A 1500-1700Verification & Validation WG – Augusta B 1500-1730Architecture WG – Olympic A 1600-1800Information Systems WG - Colonial A 1700-1800Net-Centric Operations – Oakmont A INCOSE Connect Administrator Workshop – Congressional B 1700-1830INCOSE Foundation – Invitation Only 1730-1830Department of Facilities WG - Olympic A 2000-2200Academic Council Working Dinner – Invitation Only

8 Monday's Presentations (1 of 4) TimeRoomTitlePresenterCompany 1000- 1025NATIONAL A START Analysis for ESAS Capability Needs Prioritization William Lincoln Jet Propulsion Laboratory 1000- 1025NATIONAL BA Requirements Guide for All (REGAL) Jeremy Dick INTEGRATE Systems Engineering 1000- 1025NATIONAL C Quantifying the Benefit of Introducing Systems Engineering Processes - Myth or Reality? Erwin KnippelBMW Group 1000- 1025NATIONAL D Using the Knowledge Pyramid to Characterize Systems James Martin The Aerospace Corporation 1030- 1055NATIONAL A Defining the Trade Space for CAIV Optimization Using a Cost Model Derived from Linear Regression of NASA Project Data Joseph Krupa Westinghouse Savannah River Company 1030- 1055NATIONAL B Enhancing SE Deployment in Large Organisations by Proactively Managing Service Quality of SE Training and Support Services Mario KossmannAIRBUS UK 1030- 1055NATIONAL C Context Based Measurement of Requirements Instability Mark BiddleSAIC 1030- 1055NATIONAL DAn Approach to Simulation Effectiveness Duarte GoncalvesCSIR

9 Monday's Presentations (2 of 4) TimeRoomTitlePresenterCompany 1100- 1125 NATIONAL APart Count and Design of Robust SystemsDaniel FreyMIT 1100- 1125 NATIONAL B Role of Flow-Down Approach and Orthogonal Arrays in System Design and Testing Rajesh JugulumMIT 1100- 1125 NATIONAL C On the Alignment between System Architectures and Organizational Structures Tom StrandbergSyntell AB 1100- 1125 NATIONAL D Cross Cutting Concerns and Ergonomic Profiling Using UML/SysML Matthew Hause Artisan Software Tools 1130- 1155 NATIONAL A Joint Cognitive Systems: Considering the User and Technology as One System Brian McKennaManTech - CSEC 1130- 1155 NATIONAL B How Do We Win This Game When the Rules Keep Changing? A Case for the Increased Application of Design for Six Sigma in Systems Engineering Neal MackertichRaytheon Company 1130- 1155 NATIONAL D Introducing Structured Information Handling in Automotive EE Development Diana Malvius "Royal Institute of Technology, KTH"

10 Monday's Presentations (3 of 4) TimeRoomTitlePresenterCompany 1330-1355NATIONAL A "Feelings and Physics: Emotional, Psychological, and Other Soft Human Requirements, by Model- Based Systems Engineering" William Schindel "ICTT, Inc. and System Sciences, LLC" 1330-1355NATIONAL BTest Time Reduction by Optimal Test SequencingRoel Boumen Technische Universiteit Eindhoven 1330-1355NATIONAL C A Practical Program of Research to Measure Systems Engineering Return on Investment (SE- ROI)Eric Honour"Honourcode, Inc." 1330-1355NATIONAL D Evolution of a Standard - EIA-632 From 1994 to 2006Rich HarwellSYSTEM Perspectives 1400-1425NATIONAL A Designing Systems for Adaptability by Means of Architecture OptionsAvner EngelIsrael Aircraft Industry 1400-1425NATIONAL B Integration and Test Strategies for Semiconductor Manufacturing EquipmentIvo de JongASML 1400-1425NATIONAL C Towards a Work Breakdown Structure for Net Centric System of Systems Engineering and ManagementGan WangBAE Systems 1400-1425NATIONAL D A Proposed Paper Template for Improving the Quality of Practitioner Written Papers at Conferences and SymposiaJoseph Kasser Systems Engineering and Evaluation Centre 1430-1455NATIONAL B Directed Energy Weapon System Architecture to Meet Network Centric Operations Requirements Phyllis MarbachThe Boeing Company 1430-1455NATIONAL C Implementing Three Levels of Risk Management-- Risk Management Challenges x 3Thomas Holzer National Geospatial- Intelligence Agency

11 Monday's Presentations (4 of 4) TimeRoomTitlePresenterCompany 1530-1555NATIONAL A COCOMO-SCORM Interactive Courseware Project Cost ModelingRoger SmithSPARTA Inc. 1530-1555NATIONAL B Corporate Social Responsibility(CSR)-the System Perspective & the Systems Engineering Role Avigdor Zonnenshain RAFAEL 1530-1555NATIONAL C "Network Centric Operation Implementations in Several Domains, a Literature Survey"Charles AdlerThe Boeing Company 1530-1555NATIONAL D Technology and Obsolescence Sustainment for Integrated SystemsTom HeraldLockheed Martin 1600-1625NATIONAL A Human Performance Modeling for Enterprise TransformationGavan LinternGeneral Dynamics-AIS 1600-1625NATIONAL B Cost as an Independent Variable Balancing Peformance with AffordabilityEd Casey Raytheon Missile Systems 1600-1625NATIONAL C "How Should We Use the Term ""System of Systems"" and Why Should We Care?"Daniel CocksLockheed Martin - MS2 1600-1625NATIONAL D Capability Engineering for Strategic Decision MakingMichel Lizotte Defence R&D Canada - Valcartier 1630-1655NATIONAL A Strategy For the Composition and Development of the Authoritative System Representation (ASR)Robert ClaytonBooz Allen Hamilton 1630-1655NATIONAL C A Dynamic Modeling Approach Enhancing Classic Scenario Generation Techniques (aero/defense?)Stephan Eelman Technical University of Munich 1630-1655NATIONAL D Systems Engineering Net-Centric Solutions: An Analysis of Different PerspectivesDuncan KempUK Ministry of Defence


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