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Woodleas Sconyers

Name

[Sconyers, Woodleas]

Professional Preparation

    • 1968 PhD Texas Christian University (TCU)
    • 1967 MS Texas Christian University (TCU)
    • 1963 BA Texas Christian University (TCU)

Appointments

    • Jan 1995 to Jan 2000 Director of Engineering Department
      Lockheed Martin
    • Jan 1992 to Jan 2000 Director of Technology Development
      Lockheed Martin
    • Jan 1991 to Jan 1992 Chief Project Engineer
      Lockheed Martin
    • Jan 1989 to Jan 1991 Chief Project Engineer
      Lockheed Martin
    • Jan 1986 to Jan 1989 Manager
      Lockheed Martin
    • Jan 1984 to Jan 1986 Manager
      Lockheed Martin
    • Jan 1980 to Jan 1984 Chief Engineer
      Lockheed Martin
    • Jan 1979 to Jan 1980 Software Manager
      Lockheed Martin
    • Jan 1977 to Jan 1979 Senior Specialist
      Lockheed Martin
    • Jan 1976 to Jan 1977 Team Lead
      Lockheed Martin
    • Jan 1970 to Jan 1976 Team Lead
      Lockheed Martin
    • Jan 1968 to Jan 1970 Project Engineer
      Lockheed Martin

Publications

      Book 1994
      • Kellogg, David L., James O. Matous, Woody B. Sconyers, and Andrey Kostogryzov. Enterprise Excellence Through Agility. Cambridge University Press, 1994.
        {Book} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

Courses

      • IE 5353-001 SYSTEMS ENGINEERING II

        Description: A continuation of IE 5352. Topics include risk management, systems design and implementation, acquisition processes, assessment and control, earned value management, technical process management, and enabling products. Prerequisites: IE 5352.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus
      • IE 5352-001 SYSTEMS ENGINEERING I

        A study of systems engineering topics including technical planning and management, supply processes, requirements definition and analysis, functional analysis, and trade-off analysis. Prerequisite IE 5351.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • IE 5354-001 SYSTEMS ENGINEERING III
        A continuation of IE 5353. Topics include system verification, validation and transition to use, specialty engineering, improving SE processes, SE and relationships to international programs, object oriented systems engineering and configuration management. A comprehensive student project it required.

        Prerequisites: IE 5353.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus

Other Service Activities

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    • Dec  Air Force C-17 Digital Flight Control System Advisory Group
    • Dec  CSIS National Laboratories Study
    • Dec  Air Force Laboratories Technology Affordability Task Force
    • Dec  SAE Avionics Systems Integration Committee
    • Dec  DoD Laboratories Capability Assessment Study
    • Dec  Sandia Laboratory Long Term Planning Committee
    • Dec  AIAA_ASC/XR Technology Investment Planning Committee
    • Dec  IDA Future Product Development Process and Technology Study