Our world runs on increasingly complex systems. Engineers face a critical challenge in designing, managing, and optimizing these systems for the rapidly changing products of tomorrow.
Many of the world’s top companies are exploring the opportunities—and challenges—of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE). In this interactive and engaging webinar, MIT's Dr. Bruce G. Cameron will explore the scope and functions of MBSE.
Dr. Cameron is the Faculty Director of the Architecture & Systems Engineering: Models and Methods to Manage Complex Systems online certificate program and will briefly address:
By attending the live webinar, you will also be able to participate in the Q&A following the presentation. Register for this special free virtual event by filling out the form above. You'll receive a confirmation e-mail with further details about the webinar.
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.