As an aspiring systems engineer with a mechatronics background, I am passionate about engineering collaboration. I have experienced first hand the drawbacks of unsuccessful collaboration among various disciplines in my previous jobs and I am focusing my PhD research towards comprehensive study of complexity in systems design and how it can be not just technical, but related to the process, the people and the tools.
# Design # Knowledge # Large Set # Literature Review # Process Model # System Design # Testing
Engineering & Materials Science
# Systems Analysis
I am conducting research on engineering collaboration using systems engineering approaches. For that I am doing focusing on the study of complexity in the context of systems design. By following systems engineering best practices, within my research I define the various viewpoints of the complexity problem (i.e. technical, social, process and tools). With a good problem definition it my research then defines complexity drivers and their effects, i.e. complexity challenges. Having a solid basis and terminology, will then be the foundation of my proposal of an engineering collaboration solution.
Morales, G. A. G. , Pereira Pessoa, M. V. , Groll, M. W. , & Maarten Bonnema, G. (2019). A literature survey of multiple discipline integration keywords, based on a process, model, and knowledge classification. In SysCon 2019 - 13th Annual IEEE International Systems Conference, Proceedings  IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/SYSCON.2019.8836927
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