Systems Engineering Challenges in the Near Future with Dr. David Flanigan
Dr. David Flanigan, our incoming 2022 Chapter President, will discuss the coming year with the Chesapeake Chapter.
Dr. David Flanigan, Principal Professional Staff for The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and vice chair of the Johns Hopkins University Systems Engineering Program
Presentation: Over the last two years, the world has had to adapt to different work and life practices during the pandemic. As we continue to operate, a few perspectives are shared on systems engineering activities as we look at the coming year with an emphasis on the Chesapeake Chapter.
Speaker: Dr. David Flanigan has worked at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory for 21 years and supports multiple government sponsors in the early-stage systems engineering phases of development. In this position, he often works within an integrated product team structure with government, industry, and academia organizations to plan and execute analytical studies in support of advanced concepts and integrated acquisition strategies.
Dr. David Flanigan is a member of the Principal Professional Staff for The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and is the vice chair of the Johns Hopkins University Systems Engineering Program. He is an active practitioner and speaker within the Systems Engineering community.
Dr. Flanigan holds degrees B.S. in Physics, M.S. in Information Systems and Technology, M.S. in Systems Engineering and Ph.D. in Systems Engineering and Operations Research.
Door Prize for this month: Systems Engineering Principles and Practice, 3rd Edition By Kossiakoff, Biemer, Seymour, and Flanigan
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