Provisional Program

*This is a provisional program that is subject to change

Please note: one (x1) hr of CPD will be awarded per hour of conference sessions

Monday 29 April
7:30 am – 9:00 am Registration open
Room QT Ballroom 2 QT Ballroom 3 Studio 2&3 TBC TBC
9:00 am – 10:30 am Tutorial A
The Beginner’s Guide to Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) (David Long, Vitech)
Tutorial B
Cyber Security Fundamentals (Mr Robert (Bill) Bunton
Nova Systems)PresentationSETE 2019 – Slide Pack
Tutorial C
Smarter, Faster and More Flexible Ways to Build Networks (John Risson
Telstra)0900 Tutorial Smarter Faster and More Flexible Ways to Build Networks
Tutorial G The Use of Advanced Model-Based Systems Engineering Techniques in the Design of New Generation Armoured Fighting Vehicle Systems (Mark Eggler
Eggler Technology Training)
10:30 am – 11:00 am Morning Tea
11:00 am – 12:30 pm Tutorial A
The Beginner’s Guide to Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) (David Long, Vitech)
Tutorial B
Cyber Security Fundamentals (Mr Robert (Bill) Bunton
Nova Systems)
Tutorial C
Smarter, Faster and More Flexible Ways to Build Networks (John Risson
Telstra)
Tutorial G The Use of Advanced Model-Based Systems Engineering Techniques in the Design of New Generation Armoured Fighting Vehicle Systems (Mark Eggler
Eggler Technology Training)
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm Lunch
1:00 pm – 1:30 pm Knowledge Exam
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm Tutorial D
Effective Communication and Analysis in the Age of MBSE  (David Long, Vitech)
Tutorial E
An Introduction to Systems Thinking, Modelling and Simulation (Jawahar Bhalla
CAE Australia)
Tutorial F
Introduction to complexity measurement: managing complexity by measuring it (Dr Mahmoud Efatmaneshnik
UNSW  Canberra)1330 Comeplxity-measure-tutorial
Tutorial G The Use of Advanced Model-Based Systems Engineering Techniques in the Design of New Generation Armoured Fighting Vehicle Systems (Mark Eggler
Eggler Technology Training)
Knowledge Exam
3:00 pm – 3:30 pm Afternoon Tea
3:30 pm – 4:00 pm Tutorial D
Effective Communication and Analysis in the Age of MBSE  (David Long, Vitech)
Tutorial E
An Introduction to Systems Thinking, Modelling and Simulation (Jawahar Bhalla
CAE Australia)
Tutorial F
Introduction to complexity measurement: managing complexity by measuring it (Dr Mahmoud Efatmaneshnik
UNSW  Canberra)
Tutorial G The Use of Advanced Model-Based Systems Engineering Techniques in the Design of New Generation Armoured Fighting Vehicle Systems (Mark Eggler
Eggler Technology Training)
Knowledge Exam
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm Tutorial D
Effective Communication and Analysis in the Age of MBSE  (David Long, Vitech)
Tutorial E
An Introduction to Systems Thinking, Modelling and Simulation (Jawahar Bhalla
CAE Australia)
Tutorial F
Introduction to complexity measurement: managing complexity by measuring it (Dr Mahmoud Efatmaneshnik
UNSW  Canberra)
Tutorial G The Use of Advanced Model-Based Systems Engineering Techniques in the Design of New Generation Armoured Fighting Vehicle Systems (Mark Eggler
Eggler Technology Training)
5:30pm – 6:30pm Welcome Reception – QT Ballroom 1 

 

Tuesday 30 April
7:00 am – 6:00 pm Registration open 
7:30 am – 7:00 pm  Exhibition Open  – QT Ballroom 1
8:30 am – 8:55 am Welcome and Plenary – QT Ballroom 3
8:55 am – 9:25 am Plenary Session – Keynote presentation 1 – AVM Meredith – QT Ballroom 3 0855 AVM Meredith Presentation
9:25 am – 10:15 am Plenary Session – SESA TD Corner and SEP Pantomime – Charles Homes & Jawahar Bhalla – QT Ballroom 3 0925 SEP-Pantomime 20190423
10:15 am – 10:45 am Morning Tea and Exhibition – QT Ballroom 1
Rooms QT Ballroom 2 QT Ballroom 3 Studio 2 and 3
System Thinking, Modelling & Simulation

Sponsored by SYSTRA Scott Lister

Test and Evaluation  Sponsored by NOVA Systems Major Programs & Complex Systems
10:45 am – 11:10am A Systems Thinking Approach For Organisational Excellence within Australian Defence Organisations (ADO) using Lean Six Sigma Methodology. (Ltcol Sandeep Jadhav, ADF Army)

1044 Session Sponsor SSL Overview 20190430

SETE and Vocational Training (Bill Bunton, Nova Systems)

1045 Bill Bunton SETE and Vocational Training_Draft 26 Apr 19

Development of reusable requirements for use across the Sydney Metro program (David Orr, Sydney Metro)

1045 SETE 2019 Presentation 190418 Resusable Requirements D Orr

11:10 am – 11:35 am A Rail Case Study: Engaging Design Teams in Requirements Management Using Effective Requirements Management Tools (Lauren Thompson, Aurecon)

1110 Lauren Thompson LT SETE Pres 2019

Slamming loads of ships – Experimental approaches. (Dr Ahmed Swidan, UNSW Canberra at ADFA)

1110 SETE_2019_SWIDAN

Requirements Management of the Auckland City Rail Link (CRL) Project (Steve Dennehy, City Rail Link Limited CRLL)

1110 DennehyRequirements Management of the Auckland City Rail Link

11:35 am – 12:00 am What the heck do you do? Helping Infrastructure understand Systems Engineering and Safety Assurance (Lee Eldridge)

1135 Lee Eldridge Speaker slide Lee Eldridge

 Improving Vibration Test Methods and Profile Selection for Land Vehicle Payloads (Mark Warren, Department of Defence and Dr Keith Joiner, University of New South Wales)

1135 SETE Presentation – Mark Warren and Keith Joiner Final#1

An Overview of the Integrated Platform Performance Modelling Approach used to Support the Future Submarine Program (Karl Slater, Defence Science and Technology)

1135 SETE 19 IPSM Overview – K Slater

12:00 pm – 12:25 pm Towards a Low Cost High Reliability Railway (Steven Boldeman, Aurecon)

1200 Towards a High Reliability, Low Cost Railway

Modelling Uncertainty in Reliability Growth Planning for Continuous-Use Systems (Paul Nation, Department of Defence)

1200 Paper No. 75 – NATION(1) – Modelling Uncertainty in Reliability Growth Planning for Continuous-Use Systems

 You can lead a stakeholder to water, but you can’t make them drink: Guidance on how to relieve major pain points of Systems Engineering Practitioners (James Scotter, Public Transport Victoria)

1200 James_Scotter_SETE19_FINAL

12:30 pm – 1:30 pm Lunch and Exhibition – QT Ballroom 1
1:00-1:30pm SEP Muster – Studio 2 &3
Rooms QT Ballroom 2 QT Ballroom 3 Studio 2 and 3
System Thinking, Modelling & Simulation

Sponsored by SYSTRA Scott Lister

Test and Evaluation  Sponsored by NOVA Systems Major Programs & Complex Systems

 

1:30 pm – 1:55 pm Introduction into Vitech GENESYS (Daniel Spencer, Spencer Tech)

 

Panel Session
The benefits of a robust Australian T&E capability to support and deliver systems assurance in a complex, systems of systems environment in 2020 and beyond. (Bill Bunton, Nova Systems)  ***panel forum1330 Land Test and Evaluation Systems Engineering Test and Evaluation Conference 2019
Development of an Integrity Measure for Large Scale Complex Systems (Dr William Scott, University of Wollongong)

1330 SETE William Scott 2019

 

2:00 pm – 2:25 pm Advanced Analytic techniques in Vitech GENESYS (Daniel Spencer, Spencer Tech) Panel Session
The benefits of a robust Australian T&E capability to support and deliver systems assurance in a complex, systems of systems environment in 2020 and beyond. (Bill Bunton, Nova Systems)  ***panel forum
Bespoke versus Open Architectures: The impact on cyber-resilience for mission-critical platforms (Geoff Brennan, UNSW Canberra)

1400 SETE19 – BRENNAN – Cyber Resilience, Open v Bespoke architectures

2:30 pm – 2:55 pm Enhancement of FMEA Risk Assessment with SysML (Dr William Scott, University of Wollongong

1430 SETE 2019 William Scott

Panel Session
The benefits of a robust Australian T&E capability to support and deliver systems assurance in a complex, systems of systems environment in 2020 and beyond. (Bill Bunton, Nova Systems)  ***panel forum
Nuclear Propulsion Roadmap for Australia – A Systems Engineering Approach (Captain RAN (retired) Christopher Skinner, Australian Journal of Multidisciplinary Engineering)

1430 NEW SETE 2019 paper 66 SKINNER Nuclear Propulsion Roadmap for Australia – a Syss Engg Approach v110

3:00 pm – 3:30 pm Afternoon Tea and Exhibition – QT Ballroom 1
Rooms QT Ballroom 2 QT Ballroom 3 Studio 2 and 3
System Thinking, Modelling & Simulation

Sponsored by SYSTRA Scott Lister

Emerging and Enabling Technologies

Sponsored by NOVA Systems

Major Programs & Complex Systems
3:30 pm – 3:55 pm A New Systems Engineering Competency Model for the Australian Department of Defence (Dr Peter Beven, Queensland University of Technology)

1530 SETE presentation_Beven_22.4.19

 Supply Chain Outsourcing Decision Support Using Design Structure Matrix Based Hierarchical Clustering (Dr Li Qiao, UNSW Canberra)

1530 2019-04-30_SETE2019_LiQiao

Establishing a Combat System Reference Architecture (David Culpin, Raytheon Australia)

1530 Speaker slides CULPIN (003)

4:00 pm – 4:25 pm Beyond Competencies: Preparing our Graduate Systems Engineers in the Australian Context (Dr Chris Browne, ANU)

1600 SETE_GMB

Ratcatchers, Regulators, and Zealots – A Hitchhiker’s Guide to Cyber T&E (Associate Professor Dr Simon Reay Atkinson, University of New South Wales

1600 Ratcatchers, Regulators, and Zealots – A Hitchhiker’s Guide to Cyber TandE

Description and Application of an MBSE Reference Architecture for Major Telecommunications Services (Daniel Spencer, Spencer Tech)
4:30 pm – 4:55 pm A CASE for Standardising SE Certification (Ray Hentzschel, Systems Engineer)

1630 A CASE for Stanardising SE Certification

Second order cybernetics to boost productivity (Prof. Vernon Ireland, Chongqing University)

1630 Second order cybernetics 30a April 2019

Developing Systems Thinking for Major Rail Upgrade Programs in NSW (Transport for NSW)

 

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm SESA General Meeting
Mark Eggler, SESA Sec/Treasurer, Davina Mansfield, EA Learned Society Adviser and Bill Parkins, SESA President. Also attending: current and incoming committee members.
All SESA Members welcome.
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Pre-Dinner networking – QT Ballroom 1
7:00 pm – 11:00 pm Gala Dinner –  QT Ballroom 2&3 combined 

 

Wednesday 1 May
7:30 am – 5:00 pm Registration open 
7:30 am – 3:00 pm Exhibition open – QT Ballroom 1
8:30 am – 8:35 am Welcome and Plenary – QT Ballroom 3
8:35 am – 10:00 am Plenary Session – Cyber Security Panel – Efatmaneshnik, Dr Mahmoud, Michael McGarity, Emmet Eckman, Elena Sitnikova
UNSW – Canberra – QT Ballroom 3 0835 ESitnikova 2019 SETE panel session

0835 McGarity – Secure Systems Engineering Introduction

10:00 am – 10:30 am Morning Tea and Exhibition – QT Ballroom 1
Rooms QT Ballroom 2 QT Ballroom 3 Studio 2 & 3
System Thinking, Modelling & Simulation

Sponsored by NOVA Systems

Syetems Thinking, Modelling & Simulation Major Programs & Complex Systems

Sponsored by SYSTRA Scott Lister

10:30 am – 10:55 am Plying the Art of the Possible – Soldier Combat System MBSE Case Study (Brad Spencer, Nova Systems)

1030 SETE2019 978-1-925627-31-2 Plying The Art of the Possible – Soldier Combat System MBSE Case Study

Systems Engineering Outside the Square: Linking Competencies of Project Participants to Systems Engineering Activities (Helen Williams, TfNSW, Trent Dennis, TFNSW and Bill Parkins, SESA President)

1030 SETE 2019 presentation SE Outside the Square 30 April

Quality of Complex Project Management (Prof. Vernon Ireland, Chongqing University)

1030 Quality of Complex Project Management 22 April 2019

10:55 am – 11:20am session cancelled Model-based approach to improve design and operation of databases (Dr Chris Janczura, Cae Australia)

1100 Chris Janczura SETE2019

A Light Practice of Mission Engineering for Joint Force Capability Realization Management (Dr Pin Chen, Dstg, Department of Defence)

1100 Dr Pin Chen Light Practice of Mission Engineering SETE 2019 Chen (1)

11:20 am – 11:45 am Systems Modelling of Defence Force Development (Dr Donald Lowe, Australian Department of Defence)

1130 LoweUnewisse SETE 2019 A systems modelling approach – Presentation

Model-driven Development of Systems Engineering Decision Support System for transport projects (Pakei Li-TfNSW, Alex Deng (SNC-Lavalin Consulting), Dr Mahmoud Efatmaneshnik, UNSW – Canberra, Bill Parkins-SESA)

1130 SETE 2019 Lifecycle Artefacts Presentation_AD Update

Digital Systems: The Transformative Nexus of Systems Thinking and Asset Management Practice (Malaeka Nadeem and Mark Smith, Transport for NSW)

1130 Mark Smith and Malaeka Nadeem Asset Mgt and Systems Thinking

11:45 am – 12:10 pm Design Assurance based upon Goal Validation – How to Assure Designs without following the V (Scott Simmonds, Bae Systems)

1155 GoalValidation-V0.5

Applying systems thinking to understand the challenges of Interoperability in an integrated Live Virtual & Constructive defence training context (Jawahar Bhalla, CAE Australia)

1155 SETE 2019-05-01 – Applying Systems Thinking to Understand the Challanges of Interoperability in a LVC Context (Final 01-05-19)

session cancelled
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm Lunch and Exhibition – QT Ballroom 1
12:45pm – 1:30pm CAR Refresher Training (by invitation only – Charles Homes) Studio rooms 2&3
Rooms QT Ballroom 2 QT Ballroom 3 Studio 2 & 3
System Thinking, Modelling & Simulation

Sponsored by NOVA Systems

System Thinking, Modelling & Simulation Major Programs & Complex Systems

Sponsored by SYSTRA Scott Lister

1:30 pm – 1:55 pm Panel Session
Evolution and adaption of the future workforce including the Systems Engineer . (Helen Williams, Fiona Love, David Long, Emmet (Rusty) Eckman III) ***panel forum
The use of Bayesian Networks in Quantifying Evidence used to aid the Assurance Process (Scott Simmonds, Bae Systems)

1330 Bayesian Assurance-v0.4

Panel Session
Tackling the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and the Role of Systems Engineering (Dr Richard Hodge, Brooke Global)  ***panel forum

1330 Panel_UNSDG_HodgeIreland_v2-1

2:00 pm – 2:25 pm Panel Session
Evolution and adaption of the future workforce including the Systems Engineer . (Helen Williams, Fiona Love, David Long, Emmet (Rusty) Eckman III) ***panel forum
Modelling Continuous-Use System Reliability Growth Using Disparate Source Data (Paul Nation, Department of Defence)

1400 Paper No. 76 – NATION(2) – Modelling Continuous-Use System Reliability Growth Utilising Disparate Source Data

2:30 pm – 3:00 pm Afternoon Tea and Exhibition – QT Ballroom 1
3:00 pm – 3:30 pm Plenary Session – Keynote Presentation – Mrs Aude Vignelles, Executive Director, Australian Space Agency – QT Ballroom 3 1500 Aude_SETE2019_Australian Space Agency
3:30 pm – 4:00 pm Plenary and Conference Closing Remarks – QT Ballroom 3