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ERIK JONSSON SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
NAVEEN JINDAL SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
The University of Texas at Dallas

SYSM 6301: Systems Engineering Architecture and Design

SYSM 6301: Systems Engineering
Architecture and Design –

Introductions
ALIXANDRÉ R. MINDEN
JANUARY 15, 2015
Copyright © 2015, LCMI Engineering, PLLC, All Rights Reserved

Copyright © 2015, LCMI Engineering, PLLC, All Rights Reserved

Today’s Agenda







Introductions
Course Overview
Assignments Overview
(Intro to) What is Systems Engineering?
Introduction to Roles and Functions Of SE
Conceptual understanding of the SE lifecycle process.

ERIK JONSSON SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE Spring 2015
NAVEEN JINDAL SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
01/15/2015
The University of Texas at Dallas

SYSM 6301, Introduction

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Who is Alix Minden?
Contact Info and Licensing

• Contact Info






Alix.Minden@UTDallas.edu
(Alt) Alix.Minden@LCMI.com
Phone: (469) 278-5264
Office: ECSN 3.924
Skype: AMinden

• Licenses
– Registered Professional Engineer (P.E.), Texas
– Project Management Professional (PMP), PMI
ERIK JONSSON SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE Spring 2015
NAVEEN JINDAL SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
01/15/2015
The University of Texas at Dallas

SYSM 6301, Introduction

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Copyright © 2015, LCMI Engineering, PLLC, All Rights Reserved

Who is Alix Minden?
Education







BS in Electrical Engineering, Tri-State University
Certificate in Spacecraft Design, Stanford University
MS in Engineering Management, SMU
MS in Systems Engineering, SMU
MS in Management, SMU
PhD in Systems Engineering, SMU, Expected 8/2015

ERIK JONSSON SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE Spring 2015
NAVEEN JINDAL SCHOOL OF…...

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