Five years ago, Erik Herzog and I had the idea for a special conference tour in northern Europe. The Nordic Systems Engineering Tour was and is still a great success. Organized by the local chapters of INCOSE in Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, and Poland it is an event from and for the systems engineering community to share knowledge and to make long lasting contacts with other system engineers. The important dates - Mark your calendars: The Call for Presenters ends at Feb...

NoSE 2016 successfully finished in Warsaw today. The 4th Nordic Systems Engineering Tour was again a great event. The tour speakers started in Helsinki at Monday, headed then to Stockholm at Tuesday, Copenhagen Wednesday (in collaboration with the Systems Engineering Spring School), Hamburg at Thursday and finally Warsaw. Each location was enriched by talks of local speakers. I had the pleasure to be a local speaker at two locations: Hamburg and Warsaw. If you were not at any of the events, you...

As co-founder and a member of the organizing committee I am proud to announce another NoSE tour: For the fourth time the Nordic Systems Engineering Tour will be on tour from May 23rd to 27th. The tour is a one-day conference with four different venues. Tour speakers will present at all venues, local speakers only at a local event. Tour speakers have the opportunity to give a talk in four different countries to a large audience. The tour starts in Helsinki (23rd), then Stockholm (24th), Copenhagen (25th), and...

End of this week is the deadline for the Call for Presenters for the 3rd Nordic Systems Engineering Tour. Share your knowledge and join the tour. The NoSE Tour is a non-commercial community event organized by four local chapters of INCOSE. It is a 1-day conference traveling from Hamburg to Copenhagen via Stockholm to Helsinki. Find more information about the tour on the official website: www.nordic-systems-engineering-tour.com. Reports from the last tours NoSE 2013 and NoSE 2014. See you, Tim ...

What a great week! Summer, Fun, Great Cities and Systems Engineering. The 2nd Nordic Systems Engineering Tour from Hamburg via Copenhagen and Stockholm to Helsinki has just finished. Four tour speakers who did the whole tour and several local speaker gave great performances and shared their knowledge and experience with nearly 200 participants. And vice versa during the discussions participants gave an insight to their knowledge and experience. I've learned a lot! The NoSE Tour is a non-commercial event organized by four...

The Program is online, the registration is open – we are looking forward to see you in Hamburg, Copenhagen, Stockholm or Helsinki. Register here! The 2nd Nordic Systems Engineering Tour 2014 starts May 20th in Hamburg and ends May 23rd in Helsinki. At each venue we provide a one-day conference with great speakers and time for networking. It is not a commercial event. It’s organized by four local chapters of INCOSE and our objective is to strengthen systems engineering and the...

Last year we did the first Nordic Systems Engineering Tour. It was a fantastic success. We had great presentations, discussions and of course fun! Behind the scenes it was a collaboration between the German and the Swedish chapters of INCOSE and the Danish systems engineering community. See also my blog post about the tour: NoSE 2013 - A Report from the Tour. We do a new tour this year. The Nordic Systems Engineering Tour 2014 starts in Hamburg at May, 20th,...

From April 15th to April 17th I did the first Nordic Systems Engineering Tour. I’ve initiated the tour together with Erik Herzog from Saab in Sweden. NoSE is a 1-day conference event in Hamburg, Copenhagen, and Stockholm in 3 days. The purpose of the events is to promote Systems Engineering and also to strengthen the links between the German and the Swedish chapters of INCOSE and to support the Danish systems engineering community. It was great fun and very experiencing....

I proudly present the Nordic Systems Engineering Tour - a one-day conference event at three different locations in three days. From Hamburg via Copenhagen to Stockholm. Together with Erik Herzog I had the idea to boost systems engineering in northern Germany, Denmark, and Sweden. Why these countries? The answer is easy: Erik lives in Sweden and I in the north of Germany. Denmark is located in between. Of course that's not the only reason. The purpose of the events is also to...