Free MIT Architecture and Systems Engineering Webinar

Adapting to New Models in Systems Engineering: Insights and Reflections from General Electric and General Motors
November 3, 2017 - 12:00 PM ET

As the pace of innovation accelerates, engineers are tasked with designing, managing, and optimizing increasingly complex systems for the rapidly changing products of tomorrow. To address this challenge, MIT, Boeing, and NASA partnered to create a four-course online certificate program— Architecture and Systems Engineering: Models and Methods to Manage Complex Systems.

Leveraging industry case studies and the latest thinking from MIT, the program explores the newest practices in systems engineering, including how models can enhance system engineering functions and how systems engineering tasks can be augmented with quantitative analysis.

Ready to learn more?

We invite you to join a FREE webinar on Friday, November 3rd at 12:00 PM ET. Guest speakers from General Motors and General Electric speak with Faculty Director of the Architecture and Systems Engineering program Dr. Bruce Cameron on:

  • What are the architecture and systems engineering challenges faced by technology-driven organizations today?
  • How is model-based systems engineering viewed in large corporations?
  • How have GM and GE tackled big system engineering challenges?
  • What has been the feedback from GM and GE employees to date on their participation in the online program?

Register for free to hear the discussion plus take part in a live Q&A session with Dr. Bruce Cameron on the Architecture and Systems Engineering online program for professionals.

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Presenter

Bruce G. Cameron

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

Guest Speakers

Senior Strategist for Vehicle Systems Engineering General Motors

J. Robert Wirthlin 

Senior Strategist for Vehicle Systems Engineering General Motors

Martha Gardner

Ph.D., Global Quality Leader and Chief Scientist, General Electric Global Research

 

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