Already a tradition...
In 2018 - after some succesful years in Munich, Paderborn, Denmark and Twente - we were proud to be hosted by the Technical University of Munich.
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5th International Spring School on Systems Engineering
2017 | UT Twente
In 2017, IS3E was guest at the University of Twente. Prof. Roman Dumitrescu from Fraunhofer IEM has opened the IS³E with a lecture about Model-Based Systems Engineering. In the following days the lecturers Prof. Udo Lindemann, Dr. Maarten Bonnema, Dr. Robin de Graaf and Dr. Mohammad Rajabali Nejad gave insights in important aspects of Systems Engineering – topics were Systems Architecture, Systems Thinking, Project Management as well as Complexity Management and Requirements Engineering.
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4rd International Spring School on Systems Engineering
2016 | Copenhagen | DTU
This year’s IS3E took place in Copenhagen where Prof. Udo Lindemann (Technical University of Munich), Dr. Maarten Bonnema (University of Twente), Dr. Roman Dumitrescu (Fraunhofer IEM) and Prof Josef. Oehmen (Technical University of Denmark) gave lectures about Model-Based Systems Engineering, Systems Thinking and Complexity Management. As guest lecturer, Prof. Roger Kasperson (Clark University) informed the participants about risk management within SE projects.
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3rd International Spring School on Systems Engineering
2015 | Paderborn
The lecturers of IS3E 2015 were Prof. Dr. Lindemann (Technical University of Munich), Dr. Roman Dumitrescu (Fraunhofer Project Group Mechatronic Systems Design) and Dr. Maarten Bonnema (University of Twente). Dr. Marvin Klein (Demcon) gave insights into industrial application of SE and Sven-Olaf Schulze (GfSE) presented the german chapter of INCOSE.
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2nd International Spring School on Systems Engineering
2014 | Munich
We went back to Munich for the second IS3E. The lecturers were Prof. Cloutier (Stevens Institute, USA), Prof. Paredis (Georgia Tech, USA), Dr. Maarten Bonnema (University Twente, Netherlands), Dr. Roman Dumitrescu (Fraunhofer Project Group Mechatronic Systems Design, Germany) and Dr. Maik Maurer (TU Munich, Germany). Industrial presentations came from Festo and Zeiss.
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1st INTERNATIONAL Spring School on Systems Engineering
2013 | Paderborn
The first International Spring School IS3E took place in Paderborn. Dr. Roman Dumitrescu (Fraunhofer Project Group Mechatronic Systems Design, Germany) joined the program as an organizer. In his lectures, he focusses on Model-Based Systems Engineering. Also, the number of participants was extended to 16.
Prof. Rob Cloutier from Stevens Institute (USA), Dr. Maarten Bonnema (University Twente, Netherlands) and Dr. Maik Maurer (TU Munich, Germany) gave further lectures on Systems Engineering and complexity management. From idustry side we had presentations inter alia from Sven Olaf Schulze (GfSE, german chapter of INCOSE).
3rd Spring School on Systems Engineering
2012 | Munich
The 3rd S3E took place in Munich. Academic lectures were given by Dr. Maik Maurer (TU Munich) and Prof. Ali Mostashari from Stevens Institute of Technology (USA). From industry side we had talks from Dr.-Ing. Ernst Fricke (BMW AG), Dieter Wiesner (Festo AG).
2nd Spring School on Systems Engineering
2011 | Munich
The 2nd Spring School on Systems Engineering was again hosted by Prof. Lindemann (TU Munich). The twelve participants got insights in Systems Engineering and especially in complexity management.
1st Spring School on Systems Engineering
2010 | Munich
Our 1st Spring School S3E took place in Munich. Originally there was no "international" in the title and the focus was mainly on german participants. The idea was - and still is - to bring PhD students researching on systems engineering together. The participants present their current work, lecturers give talks and feedback to the particpants and industrial representatives broaden the perspective towards the industrial application. But most important: The participants build up an international network of like-minded researchers they profit from for the rest of their academic work.