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INCOSE New England fall Workshop @UConn

Date:         Thursday, October 17th, 2019
Time:         8:00am – 6:00pm
Place:        

University of Connecticut

Innovation Partnership Building
159 Discovery Drive Storrs, CT 

Parking:   Free parking on north and south sides of building.
Cost:        $40 per person per day

8:00 – 8:45    Check-In and Continental Breakfast

 

8:45 – 9:00    Welcome

  • Dean Kazem Kazerounian, School of Engineering, UConn 

  • Dr. Pamir Alpay, Innovation Partnership Building, UConn

  • Dr. Amy Thompson, President INCOSE New England


9:00 – 9:30    Systems Engineering at the University of Connecticut

  • Dr. George Bollas, Director UConn UTC Institute for Advanced Systems Engineering


9:30 – 9:40    Break

 

9:40 – 11:00  Panel Session A: Defining the Safety Problem & Context for CPS

 

  • Stephen Nichols. Otis, Cyber Physical Systems-of-Systems & Connected Elevators

  • Dr. Beth Wilson, WPI, Teaching Design for Safety to Next Generation Systems Engineers

 

11:00 – 11:10    Break


11:10 – 12:30    Panel Session B – Solutions & Methods for Achieving Critical Safety Levels in CPS

 

  • Dr. Krishna Pattipati, UConn, Multi-functional Graphical Models for System Health Management 

  • Dr. Matt Stuber, UConn, Robust Simulation of Dynamic Safety-Critical Systems

  • Dr. Liang Tang, Pratt & Whitney, Extending Gas Path Analysis to Full Flight Data for Engine Health Monitoring

 
12:30 – 1:30    Social: Lunch
Undergraduate SE Senior Design and Research Projects


1:30 – 5:00    MBSE and Safety Analysis Workshop: Dr. Bruce Powel Douglass


This workshop focuses on the use of safety analysis in the context of model-based systems engineering to identify and quantify the safety concerns of systems development. A short introduction to basic safety concepts is followed by a more length introduction for Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) with examples of its use. A simple 6-step workflow is introduced for the development of a system safety analysis. Additional topics include cut set analysis, determining safety integrity level, and calculation of hazard likelihood. The workshop is approximately 2 hours of lecture interspersed with approximately 90 minutes of hands on exercises. Attendees are encouraged to bring their laptop and MBSE modeling tools to create models. Rhapsody users can download the free Dependability Profile from the author’s website https://www.bruce-douglass.com/safety-analysis-and-design. Prerequisites: knowledge of SE and MBSE practices and any MBSE tool. For those interested in integrating safety design and assessments in systems models. 3 PDUs offered for ASEP, CSEP, ESEP certification.


5:00 – 6:00    Dinner and Graduate Student Research Poster Session


Date:         Friday, October 18th
Time:         8:30am – 4:30pm
Place:        

University of Connecticut

Innovation Partnership Building
159 Discovery Drive Storrs, CT

Parking:   Free Parking on north and south sides of building

Cost:        $40 per person per day

Choose Workshop A or B that run in parallel.

8:30 – 9:00    Check-In and Continental Breakfast
        
9:00 – 4:30    Workshop A:  Systems Simulation and Analysis with SysML and Cameo Simulation Toolkit, Safety and Reliability Analyzer Plug-In. Dr. Saulius Pavalkis, No Magic
 

This tutorial provides a foundation on how to create precise models that can be executed using Cameo Simulation Toolkit plugin. The tutorial is very practical – it is driven by a sequence of hands-on assignments based on an educational case study model, which explains a composite system structural semantics and demonstrates how to build behavioral models (state machines, activities) and execute them. Attendees will also learn how executing models can help to better understand and communicate models, debug complex behavioral models, create functional system prototypes, verify requirements, and perform various kinds of engineering analysis. This tutorial is well balanced covering major capabilities enabling participants to execute models for any system in the future. Cameo Systems Modeler will be installed on laboratory computers in the classroom. Prerequisites: knowledge of SE and MBSE practices and experience using Cameo Systems Modeler tool. 6 PDUs offered for ASEP, CSEP, ESEP certification.

9:00 – 4:30    Workshop B: Introduction to SysML and Cameo Systems Modeler. Randy Skelding, Pratt & Whitney
    
This tutorial provides an overview of basic SysML diagramming concepts, highlighting notation and mechanics of modeling techniques. An introduction to modeling systems in Cameo Systems Modeler is provided with an example for a simple system – a diver’s flashlight. This course is great for beginners who have knowledge of systems engineering principles and practices, but want to learn how to implement them using the Cameo Systems Modeler MBSE tool and the SysML modeling language. 6 PDUs offered for ASEP, CSEP, ESEP certification.


Lunch and Refreshments Provided
 

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