2011 Program

June 9-10, 2011

Many companies are aware of opportunities to improve systems development, system integration and complex project execution.

Conventional Systems Engineering from the military and aerospace domain, although perceived as useful, also tends to be seen as “heavy” in terms of process and artifacts. KSEE 2011 will showcase alternate, more agile approaches, including LEAN product development.

Greetings from the KSEE 2011 organization team: Frode Nilsson (FMC), Bjørn Victor Larsen (KDA), Ole Hoen (Volvo Aero), Even Evenbakken (Volvo) Kirsten Helle (FMC), Christopher Carlsen (FMC), and Gerrit Muller (HiBu) and Eton Williams (HiBu),

Thursday, 9 June, 2011

15:00 Reception desks opens
16:00 Opening
16:05 Gerrit Muller, PhD, HiBu, Setting the stage
16:20 Håkan Gustavsson, Scania, Is it Lean or just common sense?
17:00 Break
17:30 Einar Jørgensen, FMC, Globalizing System Engineering & Lean Principles
18:00 Odd Guldsten, Dresser Rand, Complex power systems for offshore oil &gas topside installation
18:30 Break
19:00 John Bjarne Bye, KDA, Lean Transformation
19:30 BBQ and Networking

Friday, 10 June, 2011

9:00 Opening
9:05 Jon Wade, Stevens Institute of Technology, Keynote Speach
9:45 Andreas Thorvaldsen, Volvo Aero, Manufacturing Systems Modeling
10:15 Break
10:45 Student Presentation 2011, Kristian Frøvold, Kongsberg Maritime
11:15 Gerrit Muller, HiBu, Less Heavy Systems Engineering, How Much is Appropiate?
11:50 Closing
12:00 Program End

Last day for sign up is Tuesday 7 June 12.00.