Fifth biennial European Systems Engineering Conference - Edinburgh, 18-20 September

July 20, 2006

Brussels, 19 Jul 2006

The fifth biennial European Systems Engineering Conference will take place in Edinburgh, UK between 18 and 20 September.

Sub-titled, 'Adding value in inter-disciplinary and multi-cultural environments', the conference will focus on the effectiveness of interdisciplinary and multicultural collaboration. Systems engineering is a means to deal with increasingly complex and dynamic environments, particularly the integration of diverse technologies and disciplines to create breakthrough products and dependable systems, and a way to promote more and more effective collaboration in international multi-cultural enterprises and projects.

This conference will explore how Systems engineering can be achieved more easily, and identify potential pitfalls. The event will provide networking opportunities systems engineering experts, as well as papers and tutorials in the latest research in this area.

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