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Press and Media

Below are the Press releases related to the UK Chapter and the whole of INCOSE.

INCOSE UK's Licensed Member Status
INCOSE UK is now licensed by the Engineering Council to assess candidates for inclusion on the national of professional engineers and technicians as Chartered Engineer (CEng), Incorporated Engineering (IEng) or Engineering Technician (EngTech).
Annual Systems Engineering Conference (ASEC) 2020
INCOSE UK are pleased to announce that the Annual Systems Engineering Conference (ASEC) 2020 will be held at Heythrop Park Resort, Oxfordshire on Tuesday 17th and 18th November 2020.
INCOSE UK launches new technical guide - Introduction to Systems Architecting
INCOSE UK is pleased to announce the release of its latest technical guide, “Introduction to System Architecting”.
A New Addition to the Dont Panic Series
INCOSE UK are pleased to announce the release of the latest book in the Don’t Panic Series: “Don’t Panic – The Absolute Beginners Guide to Managing Interfaces.”
INCOSE UK Council Appointments
INCOSE UK announced in both the 76th edition of ePreview and at the INCOSE UK Annual General Meeting (AGM) , that the positions of Technical Director and Finance Directors were unopposed.
ASEC 2019 Registration Now Open
Delegates can now register for the Annual Systems Engineering Conference 2019 (ASEC 2019)
INCOSE UKs Annual Systems Engineering Conference 2019
INCOSE UK is celebrating 25 years, as the home for Systems Engineering in the United Kingdom and so has decided to host its Annual Systems Engineering Conference at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds on 19 and 20 November 2019.
INCOSE UK release branded copy of 'Think Engineer' in celebration of the 2018 'Year of Engineering'
INCOSE UK, in collaboration with 8 corporate UKAB partners, has published a special ‘Year of Engineering’ edition of the children’s book ‘Think Engineer’, a publication aimed at Key Stage 2 pupils (ages 7-11) and their parents and educators to raise the awareness of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and in particular engineering.
INCOSE UK Launches a new Interest Group looking at Energy Systems
UK energy systems face some particular challenges as we embrace decarbonisation and seek to integrate a stream of innovations into effective solutions for the future. This new Interest Group aims to come together to share knowledge and promote whole systems thinking in the energy sector, thus helping to address the challenges ahead.
INCOSE UK Professional Affiliates Staus
INCOSE UK Ltd had its third Professional Affiliate Status review by the Engineering Council earlier this summer. A review is conducted by the Engineering Council every five years to ensure that Professional Affiliates are complying with the high standards laid down by the Engineering Council.
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