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Keynote Speakers

 

The MBSE2024 workshop is excited to announce our keynote speakers, who are prominent figures in the field of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE). With diverse backgrounds and expertise, they will share valuable insights and perspectives on the latest developments and challenges in MBSE. Their presentations promise to be informative and engaging, offering attendees valuable takeaways to enhance their understanding and practice of MBSE.

 

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Mr. Joseph Duncan - Member of Executive Board, OHB System AG

"Title of the talk to be confirmed

 

Joseph is a member of OHB System board, responsible for Engineering & AIT. He holds 18 years of experience at OHB System in the fields of system engineering, telecommunications and avionics. He studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Technology, Sydney

Keywords: 

AIT, Functional Engineering, Avionics, Electronics, Instruments, System Engineering, Telecommunications

 

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Prof. Dr. Bernhard Rumpe - Head of the Department for Software Engineering, RWTH Aachen University + Center of Systems Engineering

"Working Title: The Next Big Thing in MBSE"

 

Bernhard works on Model-based development of software and systems (MBSWE, MBSE), generative, analytical and synthesis techniques, and model-driven digitalisation of system development.​

​​Keywords: 

Models, MBSE, UML, SysML V2, Variability, MontiCore, DSL, Modelling Languages, Software Engineering, Agility

 

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Ms. Christina Jetzschmann - eXpert for Vehicle Mission & Control – Robotic Control (Airbus Fellow) and Engineering Manager in Chief Engineering – Future Projects, Airbus Defence & Space

"Digital Mockups – Quo Vadis?"​

 

Christina is working as a system engineer in future projects. She gained extensive knowledge in Mission Analysis, plant design for GNC, creation of digital mockups and system simulations for space applications. Christina is trying to build the bridge between digital model based engineering and model based system engineering.

Keywords: 

Digital Mock-up, Digital Twin, Robotics, Physical Modelling, Model-based design, Simulation, Testing, Multiphysical Modelling, Mission Analysis