William Miller

William Miller

Chair of systems community future of systems engineering (FuSE) initiative, Former INCOSE technical director (2013-2014), 40+ years in practice and management of systems engineering

Executive Principal Analyst
Innovative Decisions, Inc.

February 23, 2021, 05:05 PM

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William Miller is chair of the systems community Future of Systems Engineering (FuSE) initiative and has more than forty years of experience in the conceptualization and engineering application of communications and information technologies, products, and services. He served in the AT&T Bell Telephone Laboratories as a member of technical staff, technical manager, technical director, chief systems engineer, and program manager in commercial and government programs. Applications areas include resource allocation, R&D priorities, strategic planning, requirements definition, system modeling, system design, system acquisition, system development, system integration, and system test. Mr. Miller is a systems engineering consultant to the US government and adjunct professor in the School of Systems and Enterprises, Stevens Institute of Technology, where he teaches graduate courses in systems engineering fundamentals, system architecture & design, and systems integration as well as a part-time researcher in the Systems Engineering Research Center (SERC). He is a 54-year life member of the IEEE and a 28-year senior member of INCOSE where he is the former technical director (2013-2014), recipient of the INCOSE founders award (2017), and currently is the editor-in-chief of INSIGHT practitioners’ magazine. He comes to systems engineering from the control systems and digital design areas with BS and MS in electrical engineering from the Pennsylvania State University and post-graduate coursework at Columbia University.

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