Dorothy Benveniste, Education Director
INCOSE - Los Angeles Chapter


Saturday, September 17th 2022
From 9:00am to 1:00pm PDT

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Casey Medina
Casey Medina


Advanced Concepts in SysML

Presenter: Casey Medina, CSEP, OCSMP, Founder Studio SE 

When:  Saturday, September 17, 2022, 9:00am - 1:00pm Pacific Daylight Time

Cost:  Registration closes on Thursday, September 15, 2022.
$35  Non-Members, CAB Associates
$25  Active INCOSE Members

Virtual Venue: Zoom instructions are included in your confirmation email message. Additional information will be provided by Studio SE via  email to registered attendees.  Do not share your registration with others. 
We do not plan to record the event.

Questions:  Dorothy Benveniste,

Abstract:  In this four-hour, hands-on, tutorial, we will explore some intermediate and advanced uses of the SysML language using Cameo Systems Modeler. We will learn to:
    1.   deploy opaque expressions
    2.   trigger events using Sequence Diagrams
    3.   use Simulation Toolkit to evaluate system behavior

Before the workshop Studio SE will email a link for you to download Cameo Systems Modeler to the computer you will use for this workshop.  Educational licenses for the day of the workshop are included. You must download and install Cameo on your computer by Friday evening, September 16th. Installation support from Studio SE will be available upon request (see their email).

This is an advanced tutorial, previous Cameo/SysML experience is recommended.

Presenter Casey Medina, CSEP, OCSMP - Casey is an experienced instructor and dynamic speaker. He owns Studio SE, a company dedicated to providing exemplary training and coaching in Systems Engineering, MBSE, and general product development disciplines. Casey and his staff work across industries to ensure companies have the skills they need to be successful in our contemporary, digital engineering, environment. 
      His training programs are pragmatic and successfully transform individuals into effective practitioners. Casey and his staff have trained countless individuals to best practices in requirements engineering, MBSE methods, system architecture, risk management, human factors and usability, and verification and validation.
      Casey holds numerous patents in medical device development and has several patents pending approval.  He is a frequently invited speaker and lecturer by professional societies and universities.  He is an instructor for Caltech’s CTME and has lectured at the University of Denver, University of Colorado, and has worked with researchers at Dublin City University.