systems engineer


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sys′tems engineer`


n.
an engineer who specializes in the design and implementation of production systems.
[1955–60]
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Schaeffer was presented with the Founders Award at INCOSE International Symposium, the organization's annual flagship event for systems engineers worldwide, July 18 to 21 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Sheard of the Software Productivity Consortium said it best: "The systems engineer is the 'owner of glue' among subsystems, the seeker of issues that fall in the cracks, the 'technical conscience' of the program.
The project engineer who is promoted into a systems engineer role probably also lacks any systems engineering expertise.
The awards were presented at INCOSE's International Symposium, the organization's annual flagship event for systems engineers worldwide, July 18 to 21 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Bailsman is a senior systems engineer at the Air Force Center for Systems Engineering, Air Force Institute of Technology.
This is the level at which the systems engineer and component design specialist(s) identify and resolve technical issues and select workable solutions that will not jeopardize the overall system design, capabilities, performance, or suitability.
ACAT I programs have forward-deployed systems engineering personnel reporting to the program managers but also matrix-managed by the chief systems engineer.
Schaeffer also noted that a lack of common understanding on how to define SE, and disagreement about what creates a good systems engineer, also create imbalances.

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