Systems Engineering

(ISSN 1520-6858)


The Journal of the International Council on Systems Engineering

Aims and Scope

The journal Systems Engineering aims to publish manuscripts on topics related to the discipline of Systems Engineering. The journal welcomes original submissions on the conceptualization, design, implementation, operation, sustainment, and recycling, reuse, and retirement of technologically enabled systems that satisfy stakeholder needs throughout the lifecycle. This includes products and services in the private sector, as well as defense and public infrastructures and socio-technical systems whose precise boundaries are often challenging to define. Systems engineers consider, among others, defining stakeholder needs and customer requirements, trading off alternatives, focusing design team creativity, developing system architecture and design, managing the system complexity over time, establishing and maintaining quality, cost, schedule, risk, and opportunity under uncertainty, manufacturing and realization, understanding performance and safety during operations, training and support, as well as recycling and disposal at the end of life. The topics systems engineers consider provides a focus for the scope of Systems Engineering including encouraging contributions studying fundamental systems science to further define the underpinnings of the discipline, the design and operation of systems and systems-of-systems; the application of systems engineering to enterprises and complex socio-technical systems; the identification, selection and development of systems engineers; as well as the operation and evolution of systems and systems-of-systems over their entire lifecycle.


systems engineers, systems programmers, computer system developers


Systems Engineering, Systems Management, Processes, Systems, Systems Integration, System Architecture, System Modeling, Integrated Process and Product Development, System Simulation, System Life Cycle, journal, online journal, Wiley Online Library

A note about keywords: Manuscripts should include three to seven keywords. Some of these keywords can be selected from a dropdown list within the manuscript submission system. Authors can add their own key words, as desired. It is important to match the use of key words throughout the paper title, abstract, and key word list. For more information, please see our instructions for writing and organizing your paper with respect to key words.

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  • inżynieria lądowa
  • geodezja i transport
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