School of Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering

Staff

Professor Michael Henshaw BSc. (Hons), PhD, MBA, MRAeS, MINCOSE, MIEEE, MIEHF

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Professor of Systems Engineering

Head of the Systems Division

Michael Henshaw is Professor of Systems Engineering; he is head of the Systems Division and leads the Engineering Systems of Systems (EsoS) Research Group. His research focuses on integration and management of complex socio-technical systems, with a particular emphasis on the challenges of through-life management of systems and capabilities.

The main research topics studied include modelling of Systems of Systems (SoS), Systems Lifecycles, Network Enabled Capability (NEC), management of knowledge for through-life management (TLM), cyber-security, pilot training, C2, and autonomous robotic systems. Within all these areas there is a strong emphasis on the challenges of interoperability between systems and the importance of including humans and organisations as part of the systems.

Professor Henshaw graduated in applied physics, and his early research focused on laser-plasma interactions, using computational fluid dynamics to investigate various phenomena in applications such as X-ray lasers. He joined British Aerospace (later BAE Systems) as an aerodynamicist and worked for seventeen years in aeronautical engineering tackling problems associated with unsteady aerodynamics (computational and experimental) and, later, multi-disciplinary integration. He was appointed to a chair in Systems Engineering at Loughborough in 2006 to direct the large (£4M) multi-university, multi-disciplinary programme sponsored by EPSRC and BAE Systems, NECTISE, that ran from Nov 2005 – April 2009. He has an international reputation for his work in systems of systems.

Editorial board membership:

  • Associate Editor of the Aeronautical Journal
  • Member of Editorial Board of Guide to Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge (SEBoK)

Advisory Roles:

  • Member at Large of NATO RTO Systems Concepts and Integration (SCI) Panel and chairman of Working Session A (Capability Planning and Management Allocation)
  • EPSRC Peer College member since 1997
  • Member of Aerospace & Defence KTN Systems Engineering NTC
  • Representative on INCOSE UK Advisory Board (UKAB)
  • Co-Chair of IEEE SMC Technical Committee on Systems of Systems

Prize

  • NATO Scientific Achievement Award (team prize) 2014

View presentations by Prof. Henshaw

Keynote to 1st International Workshop on "Systems of Systems in Technology Foundations, Labex, Compiegne, France, 6 Sept. 2013

Systems of Systems Research Priority: Theory and Characterization this video may take some time to download, please be patient.

Open Architectures Interview with DefenceIQ

See Prof. Henshaw being interviewed by Robert Densmore, Editor of DefenceIQ, on the subject of open architectures in defence procurement (note that this page takes a few seconds to download). The report upon which this is based is located under the publications tab.

Education

1983 University of Hull : BSc (First Class Hons.) Applied Physics; Dept. prize top student
1989 University of Hull: PhD Applied Physics; Thesis: ‘Computer modelling of hydrodynamic instabilities in spherical laser accelerated targets’
1998 University of Lincolnshire & Humberside (part-time): Master of Business and Administration (Distinction) (Prize top student in each of the three years)

Employment

1986-1987 Research Assistant, Hull University, Applied Physics Dept.
1987-1989 Research Assistant, York University, Physics Dept.
1989-2006 Aerodynamics Engineer, BAE Systems (see industrial-based projects below)
2006 - Professor, Loughborough University


Professional Society Membership

The Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeSoc),
The International Council Of Systems Engineering (INCOSE).
The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
The Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (IEHF)

Advisory Roles

  • EPSRC Peer College – member since 1997
  • Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) 2008 – member of sub-panel 28 (Mechanical, Aeronautical and Manufacturing Engineering).
  • NATO RTO Systems Concepts and Integration Panel (SCI) – member at large in Aeronautical and Systems Engineering; Appointed Chairman of Working Session A (Capability Planning and Management Allocation) May 2012
  • National Defence Industry Council (NDIC) Working Group on Systems Engineering and Open Architectures - member 2008-2012
  • Systems Engineering National Technical Committee - member
  • INCOSE UK Advisory Board (UKAB) - Loughborough University Representative
  • IEEE SMC Technical Committee on Systems of Systems - Co-Chair
  • Academic Director and member of INCOSE UK Board 2010-2012
  • Romanian Research Assessment Exercise 2011 - International Expert
  • Steering Group member for revision of JSP912 and DefStan 00250 (Human Factors)

Editorial Boards

  • Associate Editor of the Aeronautical Journal
  • Member of Board of Associate Editors of IEEE Systems Journal 2011-2014
  • Associate Editor of Guide to Systems Engineering Body of Knowledge (SEBoK)
  • Responsible for Product Systems Engineering, Enterprise Systems Engineering, and Systems of Systems (SoS) in Part 4: Applications of Systems Engineering

Working Groups

  • INCOSE UK Capability Working Group - Chairman 2011-2014
  • NATO RTO SAS-085 C2 Agility and Requisite Maturity - member 2009-2012
  • SoSA Community Forum Open Systems Working Group - Chairman 2011
  • BKCASE (Body of Knowledge and Curriculum to Advance Systems Engineering) - Lead Author of SoS Knowlege Area 2011-2012

Conference chairman

  • Systems Engineering for Future Capability, Loughborough University, UK, 13-14 Feb. 2007
  • Realising Network Enabled Capability, Leeds, UK, 13-14 Oct. 2008
  • IEEE Systems of Systems Engineering Conference (programme co-chair), Loughborough 22-24 Jun. 2010.
  • IEEE Systems of Systems Engineering Conference (General Co-Chair), Genova, Italy, 16-19 Jul. 2012
  • NATO RTO: Architecture Assessment for NEC (SCI-254), Tallinn, Estonia, 13/14 May 2013

Conference Associations

Keynotes and Plenary Speeches

2014

  • Invited presentation: Why Systems Engineering is helpful for managing complex projects, at the seminar Realisierrung von komplexen wehrtechnischen systemen (Realisation of complex defence technology systems), held in Bildungszentrum der Buderswehr (Training Centre of the Bunderswehr), Manheim, Germany, 26/11/14-28/11/14.
  • Keynote: Systems of Systems Engineering - a Problem for Systems Engineers?, Inaugural Event: The Swiss Society of Systems Engineering Day (in collaboration with INCOSE Swiss Chapter and ETH LUSE), ETH, Zurich, 1st Sept. 2014.
  • Keynote: Research Challenges in SoSE, 9th IEEE Int. SoSE conference, Adelaide, Australia, 12 June 2014.

2013

2012

Best Papers

Henshaw, M., Kemp, D., Lister, P., Daw, A., Harding, A., Farncombe, A., and Touchin, M. (2011) Capability Engineering - An Analysis of Perspectives, INCOSE 21st Int. Symp., Denver, US, 20-23 June.

Henshaw M J D, ‘Current Status and the Future for Unsteady Flow Research,’ CEAS Aerospace Aerodynamics Research Conference, Cambridge 2002

Prizes

In 2014:part of team award for NATO CSO Scientific Achievement for work on C2 Agility

In 1999; awarded a prestigious BAE SYSTEMS Chairman’s silver award for innovation, for development of aeroelastics prediction technologies.

Major Programmes - Academic

NECTISE – Developed multi-disciplinary systems engineering programme: ‘Network Enabled Capability Through Innovative Systems Engineering’ (Nov 2005 – Apr 2009). Director from August 2006. Ten UK universities contributing to £4M integrated programme sponsored by EPSRC and BAE Systems. Programme included through-life systems management, systems architectures, control & monitoring, decision support, and scenario-based demonstration.

T-AREA-SoS - Led 2 year project in support of European Commission to develop a research agenda in systems of systems engineering (2011-2013). Agenda published in August 2013.

Selected Major Projects - Industry-based

From 1997, British Aerospace lead for unsteady aerodynamics research

JAST - International collaboration in the Joint Strike Fighter pre-selection phase; collaborative activity with McDonnell-Douglas on the transition from jet-borne to forward flight. The successful new approach also applied in the Harrier programme.

NATO Research Technology Organisation - Working group on CFD validation, RTO Task Group AVT-010 Secretary, Editorial group and contributor to the publication ‘Verification and Validation Data for Computational Unsteady Aerodynamics.’ (RTO-TR-26, AC/323(AVT)TP/19), October 2000.

UNSI - Led BAE SYSTEMS team in major European research programme. Framework IV, Unsteady Viscous Flow in the Context of Fluid-Structure Interaction programme, with a specific responsibility for the dynamic aeroelastic coupling part of the overall programme.

PUMA DARP - In 1999 set up a research partnership involving BAE SYSTEMS, Airbus, Rolls Royce, QinetiQ, and Bristol, Cambridge, Glasgow, Loughborough, Manchester, Surrey, and Sussex universities. Highly successful partnership placed first in the 2002 DTI-led assessment and awarded £1.7M funding for research into aeroelastics for VSTOL and Turbomachinery applications. Included enhanced technology transfer activities and was selected by the DTI as a case study for knowledge transfer.

Aeronautical Engineering Strategic Partnership - In 2002 developed and managed the BAE Systems Aeronautical Engineering Strategic Partnership with Cranfield University. Developed integrated research programme (FLAVIIR) with ten partner universities (£6.4M).

Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professor in Systems Engineering at Cranfield University (2005-2006)

 

Professor Henshaw's research covers the themes of Systems of Systems, interoperability, through life management, Network Enabled Capability (NEC), Autonomous systems, cyber security, system lifecycle.

Current PhD students

  • Luminita Ciocoiu: Optimised Selection of Aircrew Training Media for Future Operations, jointly sponsored by EPSRC and BAE Systems (CASE Studentship)
  • Andrew Kinder: Systems of Systems Dynamic Modelling, supported by Lockheed Martin UK
  • Steve Hinsley: Maintaining System of Systems Fitness for Purpose in Dynamic Environments, sponsored by EPSRC and Thales UK (CASE Studentship)

Past Students

  • Knowledge Management for Through Life Management of Autonomous Systems (MPhil: Huazhong Fu)
  • Through Life Enterprise Knowledge Management, jointly sponsored by EPSRC and BAE Systems through the Systems Engineering Doctorate Centre (SEDC), (EngD: Huseyin Dogan )
  • Managing Knowledge for Through Life Capability, jointly sponsored by EPSRC and Dstl (CASE Studentship) (PhD: Sofia Ahlberg Pilfold)

Projects

T-AREA-SoS (Trans-Atlantic Research and Education Agenda in Systems of Systems) is a support action to develop research in SoS between the US and Europe. The project was funded by the EU under FP7 (€489K) to run from September 2011 until August 2013. The Strategic Research Agenda was published in August 2013.

C2 Agility and Requisite Maturity (SAS-085) is a Research Task Group with NATO RTO, Systems Analysis and Studies Panel. It is supported by nine NATO and PfP nations and will focus on understanding and validating agile Command and Control for agility in complex dynamic endeavours. Loughborough will support this task by bringing systems engineering and NEC expertise to the collaboration. Loughborough's participation is supported by EPSRC.

Integrated Governance, Risk and Compliance (iGRC) - Dynamic governance, risk and compliance management system for policies, standards and controls, sensor-fed including supply chain. Collaboration led by Infogov Ltd., with Nexor Ltd., HP Enterprise Services, Assuria Ltd., Birbeck College, and Cranfield University. Loughborough's work concerns supply chain vulnerabilities. The prroject is funded by the Technology Strategy Board and entitled: Integrated model for the management of the complexity, risk and resilience of secure information infrastructure. For advice about information protection and management, please visit the iGRC website, which describes a range of products and services developed by the iGRC Consortium.

Command Information Battle Management (CIBM) – consortium member of MoD funded programme.

Interoperability Management for Large Scale Enterprises is a programme to exploit research conducted under the NECTISE programme in the area of interoperability tools. It is conducted jointly with BAE Systems in the Systems Engineering Innovation Centre and is sponsored by EPSRC under the Knowledge Transfer Account RAIS scheme. Researcher Dr. Elena Irina Neaga.

Assessment of Open Architectures within Defence Procurement - Tiger Team of leading systems engineers from Atkins Ltd., BAE Systems Integrated Systems Technologies Ltd., General Dynamics UK Ltd., Lockheed Martin UK Integrated Systems & Solutions Ltd., QinetiQ Ltd., SELEX Comms. Ltd., SELEX Galileo LtD., SyntheSys Ltd., Thales UK Ltd., UKCeB, Niteworks, and UK MoD (DE&S), led by Prof. Henshaw of Loughborough University. Developed framework for assessment of systems architecture with emphasis on the benefits of open architectures and open systems. Assessment was applied to two exemplars, the Type 26 Frigate Combat System and the Generic Vehicle Architecture (GVA). Report was deleivered to the Systems of Systems Approach Community Forum as the output of Working Group 1 and is being exploited by MoD in the form of guidance and directives. The Assessment of Open Architectures within Defence Procurement can be obtained from the website.

Team Performance Tool – EngDoc research into development of tool for predicting team performance (supervised by Carys Siemieniuch). Student Murray Sinclair

Role of Modelling and Simulation in advancing NATO NEC: member of NATO RTO Task Group MSG-062. Participation sponsored by EPSRC. Product: Guide to Modelling & Simulation (M&S) for NATO Network-Enabled Capability (RTO-TR-MSG-062)

NECTISE (2005-2009): Network Enabled Capability Through Innovative Systems Engineering. £4M multi-disciplinary progamme across ten UK Universities, jointly sponsored by EPSRC and BAE Systems. Directed by Henshaw at Loughborough. Details of project can be found by following this link.

Service Support Solutions: Strategy & Transition (S4T) – collaborative project, jointly sponsored by EPSRC and BAE Systems, investigating the challenge of transition from Product to Product Service Systems (PSS). Researcher Dr. Maged Morcos.

Joint Enablers for the Realisation of Network Enabled Capability (JERNEC) - consortium member of MoD funded programme.

Academic Funding Held

Maintaining System of Systems Fitness for Purpose in Dynamic Environments,
Funding Source (EPSRC Graduate Scheme +) Thales UK (£24K),
PhD supervisor

T-AREA-SoS: 2011-2013
Funding Source: European Union FP7 - £355K (approx), €489K
Principal Investigator

Interoperability Management for Large Scale Enterprises: 2011
Funding Source: EPSRC - £17K
Principal Investigator

C2 Agility and requisite Maturity – Loughborough Participation in NATO Task Group SAS-085: 2010 - 2012
Funding Source: EPSRC - £32K
Principal Investigator

Integrated Governance, Risk and Compliance (iGRC): 2010 – 2013
Funding Source: TSB and Industry - £1.6M programme
Principal Investigator (£108K)

Managing Knowledge for Through Life Capability (PhD): 2009-2012
Funding Sources: EPSRC(DTA) and Dstl - £95K
Principal Investigator(PhD Supervisor)

Development of an Enterprise Knowledge Management System for TLCM (EngD): 2008-2012
Funding Source: EPSRC and BAE Systems – £112K
Principal Investigator (EngD Supervisor)

Role of Modelling & Simulation in Advancing NATO NEC – Loughborough Participation in MSG-062: 2007-2010
Funding Source: EPSRC - £17K
Principal Investigator

Support Service Solutions: Strategy and Transition (S4T): 2008-2009
Funding Source: EPSRC and BAE Systems - £2M programme
Co-Investigator (£114K)

Network Enabled Capability Through Innovative Systems Engineering (NECTISE): 2005-2009
Funding Sources: EPSRC and BAE Systems - £8.4M
Principal Investigator

Joint Enablers for the Realisation of NEC (JERNEC): 2008
Funding Source: UK MoD - £1.7K

Partnership in Unsteady Methods for Aerodynamics (PUMA): 2002-2007
Funding sources: EPSRC, MoD, DTI, Industry - £1.7M
Budget holder and Chairman of programme

ELP660 Systems Engineering Essentials for Engineers (MSc. and CPD)

Responsible Examiner

Aims:

To give graduates in engineering or other technical and business discipline a comprehensive awareness of Systems Engineering as defined in the International Council for Systems Engineering (INCOSE) competencies framework.
To provide students studying Systems Engineering at level 7 with a preliminary understanding of the systems approach upon which to build their in-depth Systems Engineering skills.

ELP460 and ELD060 Engineering & Managing Capability Module (MSc. and Part D)

Responsible Examiner

Aims:

To give students an understanding of capability provision and the systems of systems concepts that underpin it.
To give students an understanding of the challenges of capability management and the business transformation they imply.
Through case studies and group project work, to provide students with insight into the systems engineering through which suppliers and users provide and support capability.

ELB008 Aircraft Design (Part B)

Responsible Examiner

Aims:

To introduce students to the basic principles of fluid dynamics and aerodynamics as applicable to aircraft
To introduce students to theory of models and dimensional analysis as applied to aircraft design
To introduce students to the aeronautical considerations of aircraft design and performance

ELA007 Introduction to Systems Engineering for Projects (Part A)

Responsible Examiner

Aims:

Introduce students to the basic activities of systems engineering as a basis for their future undergraduate study in Systems Engineering, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, and Electronic and Computer Systems Engineering.
Provide students with knowledge of introductory-level Systems Engineering theory and techniques to support undergraduate project work.
Provide students with knowledge of the role of Systems Engineers within technical organisations.

ELA002 Project and Study Skills (Part A)

Responsible Examiner

Aims:

Introduce students to formal mechanisms of professional engineering development.
Equip students with the essential skills to carry out technical projects in an academic environment.
Consolidate basic Systems Engineering knowledge acquired in ELA007 through practical application to a project.

Individual Students Projects

(BEng) ELC025, (MEng) ELD030, (MSc) ELP065

2013/2014

Developing and Innovative Systems Tool - Sean Bing (MEng)
Decision Support for SoS Composition - Runjing Zhang (BEng - China Partnership)
Systems of Systems synergy through effective management of contributing single-system organisational units - Guy Schmidt (MEng), with BAE Systems
Definition of Maturity based measures to aid Systems Engineering through the design lifecycle - Matthew Dunham (MEng), with BAE Systems

2012/2013 Projects

Provisioning capability for the future market within a highly complex legacy system - Michael Singleton (MSc), with BAE Systems
Quantification of the Complexity of Mission Scenarios for Pilot Training - Oliver Neal (BEng)
Believable competition models to support introduction of open architectures in constrained markets - Chun Kwok Fong
Creation of Through-life Business Models by Template Integration - Mosope Komolafe (BEng), with Datamation Limited

2011/2012 Projects

Developing and Innovative Systems Tool - Ben Swarbrick (BEng), with Thales UK
Naval Vessels Capability Coverage Model - Miran Limbachia (MEng) with BAE Systems
Generating Innovative Systems Tool - Edward Burchell (MEng) with BAE Systems
Defninition of a Systems Design & Development Process - Brian Caldwell (MSc) with BAE Systems
Alternative Approach to Requirements Elicitation and Requirements Management Through Life - Leroy Osbourne (MSc) with BAE Systems

2010/2011 Projects

Advanced Typhoon Avionics Systems Design Process - Chris Hodson (MSc) with BAE Systems
2008/2009 Projects
Measurement of Interoperability in Support of Capability Assessment using Enterprise Architecture Frameworks - Chris Hopkinson (BEng) with BAE Systems

External Examiner

PhD/EngD

One or more examinations at:

University of York
University of Bath
University of Strathclyde
University of Cambridge
University of Cape Town, S.A.
University of Queensland, Australia
University of Leicester
MEng/BEng
Queen's University Belfast, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, MEng/BEng in Aerospace Engineering

External Examiner 2014 -

MSc.
Cranfield University, Dept. of Informatics and Systems Engineering, MSc. in Systems Engineering for Defence

External Examiner 2014 -

University of York, Computer Science Dept. MSc. Gas Turbine Control

External Examiner 2008-2011

Subject Adviser

Subject Adviser to British University in Egypt, Electrical and Communications Engineering Dept.

Selected Publications

Philip S. E. Farrell, Claudia Baisini, Micheline Bélanger, Michael Henshaw, William Mitchell, Arne Norlander, SAS-085 C2 Agility Model Validation Using Case Studies, 18th ICCRTS, Alexandria, VA, USA, 19-21 June 2013.

Siemieniuch, CE, SINCLAIR, M, HENSHAW M, (2013) Socio-technical aspects of the control of SoS, IEEE SYSTEMS JOURNAL, Special Issue on cooperative and competitive distributed decision making for complex dynamic systems, pp.1-24.

Siemieniuch, CE, Sinclair, MA, De Henshaw, MJC (2013) The need to understand systems of systems, Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors 2013, pp.211-218.

Dogan, H., Ncube, C., Lim, S.L., Henshaw, M.J.D., Siemieniuch, C.E., Sinclair, M.A., Barot, V., Henson, S., Jamshidi, M. and DeLaurentis, D., 2013. Economic and Societal Significance of the Systems of Systems Research Agenda. In: IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (IEEE SMC) 13-16 October 2013 Manchester, UK.

Henshaw, M.J.D., Siemieniuch, C.E., Sinclair, M.A., Henson, S., Barot, V., Jamshidi, M., DeLaurentis, D., Lim, S.L. and Dogan, H., 2013. Systems of Systems Engineering: A Research Imperative. In: IEEE International Conference on System Science and Engineering (ICSSE) 4-6 July 2013 Budapest, Hungary.

Barot, V., Henshaw, M., Siemieniuch, C. and Dogan, H., 2013. Design of a web-based thesaurus for systems of systems engineering. Proc. IEEE 8th Int. Conf. SoSE, Maui, Hawaii, US, pp 7-12. 2-6 June 2013.

Dogan, H., Barot, V., Henshaw, M. and Siemieniuch, C., 2013. Formalisation and mapping of terminologies for systems of systems engineering thesaurus. Proc. IEEE 8th Int. Conf. SoSE, Maui, Hawaii, US, pp 46-51. 2-6 June 2013.

Henson, S.A., Henshaw, M.J.D., Barot, V., Siemieniuch, C.E., Sinclair, M.A., Jamshidi, M., Dogan, H., Lim, S.L., Ncube, C. and DeLaurentis, D., 2013. Towards a systems of systems engineering EU strategic research agenda. Proc. IEEE 8th Int. Conf. SoSE, Maui, Hawaii, US, pp 99-104. 2-6 June 2013.

Henshaw, M.J. de C.; Siemieniuch, C.E.; Sinclair, M.A., Technical and Engineering Governance in the Context of Systems of Systems, Paper 9, NATO SCI Symposium Architecture Assessment for NEC, (STO-MP-SCI-254) Tallinn, Estonia, 13/14 May 2013

M.A. Sinclair, C.E. Siemieniuch, R.A. Haslam, M.J.d.C. Henshaw, L. Evans, The development of a tool to predict team performance, Applied Ergonomics, Volume 43, Issue 1, January 2012, Pages 176-183

Invited Presentation: Henshaw, M.J.D., Open Architecture Benefits: How Can You Be Sure You Get Them?, Interoperable Open Architecture Conf., DefenceIQ, London, 29-31 Oct. 2012.

Invited presentation: Michael Henshaw: Managing the Systems Lifecycle: Systems Engineering Competencies and Approaches, MEGS III Annual Conf., 18-19 September 2012, University of Birmingham “Systems thinking in energy”

Ciocoiu, L., Henshaw, M.J.deC., Hubbard, E-M. (2012) A systems-of-systems approach to the development of flexible, cost-effective training environments, ieee 7th Int. Conf. SoSE, Genova, Italy, 16-19 Jul.

Henshaw, M.J.d., IT/OT Integration – Real Time Opportunities and Risks in Systems of Systems, The Safety-Critical Systems Club Seminar: SoS Safety - Safety in Systems of Systems, London, 21 June, 2012

Kinder, A., Barot, V., Henshaw, M., and Siemieniuch, C. (2012) System of Systems: "Defining the System of Interest", ieee 7th Int. Conf. SoSE, Genova, Italy, 16-19 Jul.

Dogan, H., Henshaw, M.J.deC., and Johnson, J. (2012) An incremental hybridisation of heterogeneous case studies to develop an ontology for capability engineering, INCOSE Int. Symp. Rome, Italy, 9-12 Jul.

Ahlberg Pilfold, Sofia & Henshaw, Michael (2012) Capability Management - contrasting views between MoD and a major private service provider at Shrivenham Systems Engineering symposium, 15-16 Feb. Presentation only.

Dogan, H., Henshaw, M.J.de C., Henshaw, and Ragsdell, G. (2011) The risk of information management without knowledge management: a case study, J. Information & Knowledge Mgmt, 10(4), pp. 393-408.

Henshaw, Michael, J. de C., Morcos, Maged, S., Siemieniuch, Carys, & Sinclair, Murray, A. (2011) Identification of Induced Complexity in Product Service System Enterprises, J. Enterprise Transformation, 1(4), pp 269-289.

Simmons, Nigel and Henshaw, Michael (2011) The Systems Engineering and Integration Group's work on the UK MoD's "Systems of Systems Approach" and the Open Systems Approach for the Type 26 Global Combat Ship, Interoperable Open Architecture Conference, DefenceIQ, London, 27-28 Oct. Joint Presentation with SEIG, MoD; presentation only.

Dogan, H., Ahlberg Pilfold, S., & Henshaw, M.J.d. (2011) The role of Human Factors in addressing Systems of Systems complexity, IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (IEEE SMC) 2011, Anchorage, Alaska, USA, October 2011.

Henshaw, M. (ed.) ...et al. (2011) Assessment of open architectures within defence procurement issue 1: systems of systems approach community forum working group 1 - open systems and architectures. London: Crown owned copyright. To download this open architectures report locate the pdf at the bottom of the page.

Urwin, E.N., Gunton, D.J., Reay Atkinson, S., and Henshaw, M.J.d. (2011) Through-Life NEC Scenario Development, IEEE Systems Journal, 5(3), pp 342-351.

Henshaw, M., Kemp, D., Lister, P., Daw, A., Harding, A., Farncombe, A., and Touchin, M. (2011) Capability Engineering - An Analysis of Perspectives, INCOSE 21st Int. Symp., Denver, US, 20-23 June. awarded Best Paper. abstract

Neaga, E.I. and Henshaw, M., (2011) A Stakeholder-Based Analysis of the Benefits of Network Enabled Capability, Defense & Security Analysis, 27(2), pp 119-134.

Henshaw, M., Kemp, D., Harding, P., and Lister, P., (2010) Capability Working Group Perspectives Analysis Sub-group presentation with accompanying White Paper on Capability Engineering, INCOSE UK Annual Systems Engineering Conference, Chipping Norton, Oxon, UK, 8-10 Nov.

Henshaw, M.J.de C., Siemieniuch, C.E. and Sinclair, M.A. (2010) Aiding designers, operators & regulators to deal with legal & ethical considerations in the design & use of lethal autonomous systems, Int. Conf. on Emerging Security Technologies (EST2010) 6th-8th Sept., Univ. of Kent, UK.

Neaga, E.I. and Henshaw, M.J.de C. (2010) Modeling the linkage between systems interoperabiilty and security engineering, 5th IEEE Int. Conf. on Systems of Systems Engineering (SoSE2010), June, Loughborough, UK.

Ahlberg Pilfold, S. and Henshaw, M. (2010) Managing Capability knowledge across the extended enterprise, 5th IEEE Int. Conf. on Systems of Systems Engineering (SoSE2010), June, Loughborough, UK.

Urwin, E.N., Venters, C.C., Russell, D.J., Liu, L., Luo, Z., Webster, D.E., Henshaw, M. and Xu, J. (2010) Scenario-based Design and Evaluation for Capability, 5th IEEE Int. Conf. on Systems of Systems Engineering (SoSE2010), June, Loughborough, UK.

Sinclair, M.A., Siemieniuch, C.E., Haslam, R.A., Henshaw, M.J.d.C. and Evans, L. (2010) PEAT - a tool to predict team performance in systems, 5th IEEE Int. Conf. on Systems of Systems Engineering (SoSE2010), June, Loughborough, UK.

Dogan, H. and Henshaw, M. (2010) A conceptual approach to support through-life business transformation in an aerospace and defene context, 5th IEEE Int. Conf. on Systems of Systems Engineering (SoSE2010), June, Loughborough, UK.

Henshaw, M.J.d. (2010) Who owns the knowledge in TLCM? Invited presentation at the Military Aviation Repair and Maintenance Conference, 25-26 May 2010, Le Meridien, Piccadilly, London, UK.

Fu, H. and Henshaw, M.J.d. (2010) Classification of levels of autonomy for human-assistive robots, Workshop on Human Adaptive Mechatronics (HAM), Loughborough.

Dogan, H. and Henshaw, M.J.d. (2010) Transition from 'soft' systems to an enterprise knowledge Management architecture, Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors 2010, CRC Press, ed. Martin Anderson, ISBN 978-0-203-84529-5, pp 144-152.

Urwin, E.N., Ahlberg Pilfold, K.S. and Henshaw, M.J.d. (2010) Through life capability management: benefits and behaviours, Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors 2010, CRC Press, ed. Martin Anderson, ISBN 978-0-203-84529-5, pp 153-162

Sinclair, M.A., Siemieniuch, C.E., Henshaw, M.J.d., Haslam, R.A. and Evans, L. (2010) Development of a tool to predict organised team performance in process execution, Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors 2010, CRC Press, ed. Martin Anderson, ISBN 978-0-203-84529-5, pp 212-219

Sinclair, M.A., Siemieniuch, C.E., Henshaw, M.J.dC., Haslam, R.A. and Evans, L. (2010) Predicting the performance of teams in systems, 8th Conf. on Sys. Eng. Research, March 2010, Hoboken, NJ, USA.

Henshaw, M.J.d. and Urwin, E.N., ''Demonstrating Through-Life and NEC Requirements for Defence Systems'', Decision Support Methodologies for Acquisition of Military Equipment, SAS-080, NATO, October 2009, ISBN 978-92-837-0101-9 (To download this paper, click on title, then select SAS-080 RTO-MO-SAS-080 from list, then select Paper 11 from list)

Urwin, E. and Henshaw, M. (2009) Managing Innovation: A Multidisciplinary Scenario Development Approach, in Advances in Production Management Systems, 19-23 Sept. Bordeaux, France, IFIP AICT, Springer.

Henshaw, M.J.d. (2009) Chapter 2 - Modelling & Simulation Using Systems Architectures in Support of Through-life Management for NNEC, in Guide to Modelling & Simulation (M&S) for NATO Network-Enabled Capability (“M&S for NNEC”) , RTO-TR-MSG-062 AC/323(MSG-062)TP/286, ISBN Reference ISBN 978-92-837-0095-1, pp. 8-11, available at: http://www.rta.nato.int/Pubs/rdp.asp?RDP=RTO-TR-MSG-062

Presentation: Henshaw M.J.d., “NECTISE – Demonstration of Systems Research Contributions to Capability Management”, Dstl Systems Skills Symposium 20/21 May 2009, Available at:http://www.dstl.gov.uk/systemsskills/presentations/2009/04.pdf.

Sinclair, M.A., Henshaw, M.J.D., Haslam, R.A., Siemieniuch, C.E., Evans, J.L., and Molloy, E.M. (2009) Governance, Agility and Wisdom in the Capability Paradigm, in Contemporary Ergonomics 2009, ed. Philip D. Bust, Taylor and Francis.

Henshaw, M.J.d., Gunton, D.J. and Urwin, E.N., ''Collaborative, academic-industry research approach for advancing Systems Engineering'', 7th CSER Proceedings, Loughborough, Leics, April 2009.

Morcos, M. and Henshaw, M.J.d. (2009) A Soft Systems Methodology for Transforming Organisations to Product-Service (Application in Defence and Construction Industry), 7th CSER Proceedings, Loughborough, Leics, April 09.

Neaga, E.I., Henshaw, M.J.d. and Yue, Y., ''The Influence of the Concept of Capability-based Management on the Development of the Systems Engineering Discipline'', 7th CSER Proceedings, Loughborough, Leics, April 2009

Morcos, M. and Henshaw, M.J.d. (2009) A Systems Approach for Balancing Internal Company Capability and External Client Demand for Integrated Product-Service Solutions'', Proceedings of the 5th IEEE International Conference on Service Operations, Logistics and Informatics (SOLI 2009), Chicago, USA.

Yue, Y. and Henshaw, M.J.d., ''An Holistic View of UK Military Capability Development'', Defence & Security Analysis, 25(1), March 2009, pp 53-67, ISSN 1475 1798.

Neaga, E.I. and Henshaw, M.J.d. (2008) NEC Themes: A Conceptual Analysis and Applied Principles, Realising NEC Conference, Leeds, UK, Oct. 08.

Henshaw, M.J.d., Badcock, K.J., Vio, G.A., Allen, C.B., Chamberlain, J., Kaynes, I., Dimitriadis, G., Cooper, J.E., Woodgate, M.A., Rampurawala, A.M., Jones, D., Fenwick, C., Gaitonde, A.L, Taylor, N.V., Amor, D.S., Eccles, T.A. et. al. (2007) Non-linear Aeroelastic Prediction for Aircraft Applications, Progress in Aerospace Sciences, 43(4-6), pp 65-137, ISSN: 0376-0421., DOI: 10.1016/j.paerosci.2007.05.002

Taylor, N.V., Jones, D.P., Giatonde, A.L., Allen, C.B., Badcock, K.J., Woodgate, M.A., Rampurawala, A.M., Cooper, J.E., Vio, G.A. and Henshaw, M.J.d. (2006) Aeroelastic Simulation Through Linear and Non-linear Analysis: a Summary of Flutter Predication in the PUMA DARP, The Aeronautical Journal, 110(1107), pp 333-350.

Woodgate, M.A., Badcock, K.J., Rampurawala, A.M., Richard, B.E., Nardini, D. and Henshaw, M.J.d. (2005) Aeroelastic calculations for the Hawk aircraft using the Euler equations, AIAA Journal of Aircraft, 42(4), pp 1005-1012.

Girodroux-Lavigne, P., Grisval, J.P., Guillemot, S., Henshaw, M.J.d., Karlsson, A., Selmin, V., Smith, J., Teupootahiti, E. and Winzell, B. (2003) Comparison of Static and Dynamic Fluid-structure Interaction Solutions in the Case of a Highly Flexible Modern Transport Aircraft Wing, Aerospace Science and Technology, 7(2), pp 121-133, ISSN: 1270-9638., DOI: 10.1016/S1270-9638(02)00007-X

Henshaw, M.J.d., Smith, J., Girodroux-Lavigne, P., Grisval, J-P., Guillemot, S., Teupootahiti, E., Karlsson, A., Winzell, B. and Selmin, V. (2003) Ch. III-9 MDO Wing: Common Dynamic Test Case, in Progress in Computational Flow-Structure Interaction, Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design Vol 81, ed. Haase, Selmin and Winzell, Springer.

Henshaw, M.J.d. and Smith, J. (2003) Ch II-7. Dynamic Aeroelastic Coupling - Flutter'', in Progress in Computational Flow-Structure Interaction, Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design Vol 81, ed. Haase, Selmin and Winzell, Springer.

Henshaw, M.J.d. (2003) Current Status and the Future for Unsteady Flow Research (presented as part of 'best from Europe' session), AIAA, 41st Aerospace Sciences Conference, Reno, Jan. 03.

Henshaw, M.J.d. (2002) Current status and the future for unsteady flow research,CEAS Aerospace Aerodynamics Research Conference, Cambridge, UK.

Henshaw, M.J.d. (2002) An overview of the industrial requirements for modelling and simulating unsteady separate flows, IUTAM symposium on Unsteady Separated Flows, IMFT, Toulouse, France, April 02.

Henshaw, M.J.d. (2001) Application of Computational Unsteady Aerodynamics at BAE SYSTEMS, European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering, ECCOMAS, Swansea, Wales, UK, Sept. 01.

Goura, G.S.L., Badcock, K.J., Smith, J. and Henshaw, M.J.d. (2001) Analysis of load transfer methods for dynamic aeroelastic simulation, International Forum on Aeroelasticity and Structural Dynamics, IFASD 2001, Madrid, June 01, pp 39-49, ISBN 84-931375-4-5.

Girodroux-Lavigne, P, Grisval, J.P., Guillemot, S., Henshaw, M.J.d., Karlsson, A., Selmin, V., Smith, J., Teupootahiti, E. and Winzell, B. (2001) Comparative study of advanced fluid-structure interaction methods in the case of a highly flexible wing (results from the UNSI program), International Forum on Aeroelasticity and Structural Dynamics IFASD 2001, Madrid, Spain, June 01, 1-15, ISBN 84-931375-4-5.

Henshaw, M.J.d. and Guillemot, S. (2000) F-5 CFD Results, ch. 4 in Verification and Validation Data for Computational Unsteady Aerodynamics, RTO Technical Report 26 (RTO-TR-26, AC/323(AVT)TP/19).

Henshaw, M.J.d. (2000) M219 Cavity Case, ch. 20 in Verification and Validation Data for Computational Unsteady Aerodynamics, RTO Technical Report 26 (RTO-TR-26, AC/323(AVT)TP/19).

Henshaw, M.J.d., Bennett, R.M., Guillemot, S., Geurts, E., Pagano, A., Ruiz-Calavera, L.P. and Woodgate, M. (1999) CFD Calculations for the NLR F-5 data - validation of CFD technologies for aeroelastic applications using on AVT WG-003 data set, IFASD: CAES/AIAA/ICASE/NASA Langley International Forum on Aeroelasticity and Structural Dynamics, Williamsburg, VA USA.

Henshaw, M.J.d., McKeirnon, D. and Mairs, C. (1998) Flutter prediction for complex configurations, AGARD-R-822, AGARD SMP Forum: Numerical Unsteady Aerodynamic and Aeroelastic Simulation, Aalborg, Denmark, March 1998.