Call for Presenters is open. Deadline June 1st 2014.
The SESE is organized by the Swiss, French and Spanish local chapters of INCOSE:
Professor Dr. Juan Llorens holds a position as Professor at the Informatics Department of the Carlos III University of Madrid – Spain (www.uc3m.es), as well as CTO in The Reuse Company (www.reusecompany.com).
He received his MS degree in Industrial Engineer from the ICAI Polytechnic School at the UPC University in Madrid in 1986, Spain, and his PhD in Industrial Engineering and robotics at the Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain in 1996. Since 2003 he is Professor at the Carlos III University of Madrid. His main subject is Knowledge Reuse, which he teaches in the Informatics studies at the University. Dr. Llorens is the leader of the KR Group (Knowledge Reuse Group) within the University. Since 2008, based on an agreement with his University, he shares his academic duties with a position of CTO in The Reuse Company (a brand of the spin-off organization named CISET) that commercializes systems engineering quality and reuse technology.
Since 1999 he is also in the board of CISET. His current research involves the study of knowledge technologies and system engineering techniques integration towards Software and Information quality measurement and Reuse. He is member of INCOSE’s (International Council on Systems Engineering, www.incose.org) Requirements Working Group.
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Gauthier FANMUY is a Systems Users Experience Director at Dassault Systemes (www.3ds.com/systems-engineering). He is in charge of a Systems Engineering tools portfolio.
He previously worked in a consulting company ADN where he created and developed a department on Systems Engineering consultancy and tools reselling. He has worked in the past years in the Automotive Industry at PSA Peugeot Citroen where he has deployed Requirement engineering and DOORS. He also worked in the Aeronautic Industry at Dassault-Aviation where he managed several projects such as integration of electro-optics sensors on military aircrafts, development of complex system functions and re-engineering of MMI in object oriented approaches.
He represents Dassault Systemes at AFIS (French association on Systems Engineering). He also serves as AFIS Deputy Technical Director and represents AFIS at AFNOR. He was previously chairman of Global processes Technical Committee of AFIS and also managed during 10 years of this organization the Requirements Engineering Working Group.
He represents Dassault Systemes at the Corporate Advisory Board of INCOSE (International Council On Systems Engineering). He is co-founder of the SPECIEF association for the promotion of Requirements Engineering in French and is porting within this association the overall IREB certification scheme in French speaking regions.
Stefan Aeschbacher is a consultant for Systems Engineering and Project Management in the transportation business.
He received his master degree in computer science in 2001 from the Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne Switzerland. After his studies, he started his own company and consulted various railway and bus operators with respect to their on-board systems. His main areas of work are customer information, transport control systems, e-ticketing and communication systems. Over the past years he has worked in most of the Systems Engineering subjects, from requirement engineering to integration. Notable projects in which he participated were, the creation of a new architecture for information systems in trains for the Swiss Federal Railway which has become a standard in Switzerland and the creation of a concept for a nation wide interaction free electronic ticketing system.
In 2011 he was part of the group that founded the Swiss INCOSE chapter, the Swiss Society of Systems Engineering (SSSE). As its Vice-President he helped developing the chapter in an active organization with frequent presentations and networking events. In 2013 he acquired his CSEP certification. He participates in the working group for moderate complex systems. His current principal area of interest in Systems Engineering is the application of agile methodologies to systems containing software and hardware.
Dr. Anabel Fraga is a Computer Engineering professional; she obtained her degree in the Simon Bolívar University. Previous to set aside in the academic work, she committed her efforts in the industry as UNIX Administrator (HP-UX, Digital Unix, and so forth), Application Administrator (SICAP, Comptel technology for Telecom companies), Windows Administrator, Project Management and Consultancy. She obtained the E-commerce and Networking Msc. in the Carlos III University of Madrid. She presented her PhD thesis in Computer Science in the Carlos III University of Madrid at the Knowledge Reuse Research Group. Her central areas of research are: Software Architecture, Information Engineering, Knowledge Management, ITIL/ISO20000 and Reuse; but she is also interested in ethics, innovative methods of learning for supporting new software architects and the improvement of the CS Curriculum. She is professor of Software/Systems engineering, Information/Knowledge Engineering and Programming in Carlos III University of Madrid. She is member of ACM CSTA, INCOSE and IASA, and she is one of the leaders of the IASA Chapter of Madrid.
Dr. Jose María Alvarez-Rodríguez holds a Ph.D. (2012) in e-Procurement, Linked Data and Semantics by the University of Oviedo, Spain. From 2005 to 2010 he worked at the R&D Department within CTIC Foundation. He has also participated in more than 15 competitive research projects and has published more than 40 publications and research works. He also held a position as part-time Assistant Professor from 2008 to 2012 at the Department of Computer Science within the University of Oviedo. He has been also rewarded with a HPC2-Europe Transnational Access Programme grant at SARA (Netherlands) and a Marie Curie Postdoc at SEERC (Greece) within the RELATE-ITN FP7 project.
Currently he is Visiting Professor within the Deparment of Computer Science at the Carlos III University of Madrid. In the meantime he is part of the research group "Knowledge Reuse" (at the same University) leaded by Prof. Dr. Juan Llorens.