The School of Systems and Enterprises hosts seminar series that feature a mix of researchers, faculty members and industry leaders from leading universities and institutions.
The Center for Complex Systems and Enterprises (CCSE) Seminar Series
The Center for Complex Systems and Enterprises (CCSE) Seminar Series runs throughout the academic year, profiling experts and industry leaders in complex systems and enterprises. CCSE focuses its research on four key domains – healthcare delivery, financial systems, sustainable energy and national security, and speakers discuss topics that enhance the understanding of complexity and create innovative approaches to managing complexity in these domains. Most seminars are also simulcast on the web via Blackboard Collaborate. CCSE Seminars are open to all Stevens' students, faculty, staff and invited guests.
Systems Leadership Series
The Systems Leadership Series is a series of interactive conversations with leading systems thinkers who explore and examine the nature and complexity of systems that modern society depends upon. The series is an unparalleled learning opportunity as prominent speakers come to share cutting-edge ideas, leadership styles and personal philosophies with our students and faculty members.
The SSE Seminar Series
The SSE Seminar Series features distinguished guests from industry, government and academia who discuss important issues and topics as they relate to systems engineering and technical leadership. The goal of the SSE Seminar Series is to provide a forum for interaction that supports the development of research that contributes to the theory, practice and teaching of systems engineering in complex enterprises. Past topics have included systems thinking and optimization techniques to the new product development process, model based systems engineering and interoperable simulation gaming. Most seminars are also simulcast on the web via Blackboard Collaborate. Each seminar is open to all Stevens' students, faculty, staff and invited guests.