On the use and abuse of Technology and its Management from the perspective of an academic at UCL specialising in Project Management, Systems Engineering and Space Science/Technology.

Thursday, June 28, 2007

SEM surveys

In the UCLse MSc in Systems Engineering Management, of which I am the course tutor, many of the students wish to gather current data about Systems Engineering practices as an integral part of their dissertation research. Here are links to their online surveys, and results where available. Your participation in these surveys is welcomed and valued.

Why should you participate in these surveys?
  1. You will help advance knowledge in systems engineering.
  2. The topics are interesting facets of engineering or scientific work. There will normally be a link to the summary results of the research or an opportunity to be contacted about the research topic in due course.
  3. Surveys should only take between 10 and 15 minutes of your time.

  • 29 June 07 : Lawrence Latif is looking at the use of tools and their selection processes. Please take the survey. [SURVEY CLOSED]

All UCLse surveys and research methods conform to relevant ethical practices, including anonymity and confidentiality, and associated data use is governed by the the (UK) Data Protection Act 1998. The use to which data will be put will be described in the introductory text of the survey.

This posting will be updated as more surveys become available. Thank you.

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