MIT Architecture and Systems Engineering Online Program Webinar

FREE systems engineering webinar with MIT Program Faculty Director Dr. Bruce G. Cameron. - August 22, 2017

As the systems we create become increasingly complex, the strategies, tools, and processes we use to architect and design these systems continue to evolve. Systems engineers have gradually embraced Model-Based Systems Engineering, or MBSE, as a way to manage that complexity

To address this challenge, MIT, Boeing, and NASA partnered to create a 4-course online certificate program — Architecture and Systems Engineering: Models and Methods to Manage Complex Systems – aimed at engineering professionals.

We invite you to join our FREE webinar on Tuesday, August 22nd at 1:00 PM ET to learn from Dr. Bruce Cameron, Faculty Director of the Architecture and Systems Engineering program and Director of the System Architecture Lab at MIT, as he explains:

  • An overview of how this online program will help you and your organization acquire critical systems thinking skills.
  • What sort of content will be covered in the program?
  • What's the format and teaching design of the program?
  • What type of careers and fields is this program relevant for?
  • How to enroll into the upcoming September 11th run of the program and future offerings.
  • Tips on how to succeed in the program.

The webinar includes a live Q&A session to discuss and answer questions about the Architecture and Systems Engineering online program for professionals.

 

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Presenter

Faculty Director of the Architecture and Systems Engineering: Models and Methods to Manage Complex Systems online program, Director of the System Architecture Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Bruce Cameron is the Director of the System Architecture Lab at MIT and a co-founder of Technology Strategy Partners (TSP), a boutique consulting firm. His research interests at MIT include technology strategy, system architecture, and the management of product platforms. Dr. Cameron has directed research projects for BP, Sikorsky, Nokia, Caterpillar, NSTAR, AMGEN, Verizon, NASA, and ESA. Prior to MIT, Dr. Cameron worked as an engagement manager at a management consultancy and as a system engineer at MDA Space Systems, and has built hardware currently in orbit. Dr. Cameron received his undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto and graduate degrees from MIT.

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