This is the Wiki site for the Systems Science Working Group (SSWG) of INCOSE. The SSWG is led by James Martin (martinqzx@gmail.com) with Duane Hybertson as co-leader (dhyberts@mitre.org). The purpose of the SSWG is to promote the advancement and understanding of Systems Science and its application of Systems Theories to SE.  We have the following objectives:
  • Encourage advancement of Systems Science principles and concepts as they apply to Systems Engineering.
  • Promote awareness of Systems Science as a foundation for Systems Engineering.
  • Highlight linkages between Systems Science theories and empirical practices of Systems Engineering.
The WG has about 100 members who have access to the Discussion List at syssciwg@googlegroups.com, which can be reached through the hyperlink on the lower left. If you wish to become a member of this WG, please send a request to systems-science@incose.org, or you can join directly from our discussion list page.

The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) is a not-for-profit membership organization founded in 1990. Our mission is to share, promote and advance the best of systems engineering from across the globe for the benefit of humanity and the planet.  This WG is a joint activity of INCOSE and the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS). See the joint agreement MOU here.

Here is our WG page on the INCOSE website.