Eirik Hole

Senior Lecturer

School: School of Systems and Enterprises

Building: ABS

Room: 225

Phone: (201) 216-8308

Fax: (201) 216-5541

Email: ehole@stevens.edu

Education
  • MS (1995) University of Stuttgart (Aerospace Engineering)
Research

The role of architectures and architectural information in product and system developmentExperiential learning of SE principles through games and simulation

General Information

Eirik Hole came to Stevens from HOOD Consulting in Munich, Germany where he was implementing Systems Engineering and Requirement Management methodology and tools, mainly in the automotive industry. Before that he was a Systems Engineer in the aerospace and defense industry as well as a pre-sales consultant in the introduction and application of Systems Engineering tools. Professor Hole received an MSc Aerospace Engineering from the University of Stuttgart, Germany.

Experience

2002-2003 HOOD GmbH, Munich, Germany, Senior Consultant - Requirements Management and Engineering

2000-2002 SDRC/UGS/Siemens PLM Solutions, Munich, Germany, Pre/Post Sales Consultant Systems Engineering Tools and Methodologies

1999-2000 DaimlerChrylser Aerospace MTU, Munich, Germany, Systems Engineer – Engine Monitoring and Diagnostics

1996-1999 Kongsberg Defense & Aerospace, Kongsberg, Norway, Systems Engineer – Anti-Ship Missile Systems

Institutional Service
  • EM & ISE Undergraduate Curriculum Committee Member
  • EM & ISE Undergraduate Curriculum Committee Member
  • SSE Graduate Academic Awards Committee Member
  • ESE Division Faculty Committee Member
Professional Service
  • FOOD-X an SSOV incubator Mentor/coach
Consulting Service

2009-2018 Lutron Electronics Co., Inc, Consulting Support to implement a Systems Engineering and Architecture Culture at Lutron

Professional Societies
  • INCOSE – International Council on Systems Engineering Member
Selected Publications
Conference Proceeding
  1. Ardis, M.; Carmen, C. L.; DeLorme, M.; Hole, E. (2014). Using a Marketplace to Form Multidisciplinary Systems Engineering Capstone Project Teams, . Proceedings of the 121st ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition 2014. ASEE 2014.
  2. Brady, J.; Hole, E. (2014). Integrating Design Thinking Strategies into the Front End of the Traditional Systems Engineering Approach. CESUN 2014 Conference.
  3. Hole, E. (2005). Architecture as a framework for effective and efficient product development in a dynamic business environment. Hoboken, NJ: Conference on Systems Engineering Research, 2005.
    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/228754570_Architectures_as_a_Framework_for_Effective_and_Efficient_Product_Development_in_a_Dynamic_Business_Environment.
Instructional Material
  1. Hole, E. (2009). The Concept of Reference Architectures. Systems Engineering (1 ed., vol. 13, pp. 14-27). Hoboken NJ: Wiely.
    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/sys.20129.
Journal Article
  1. Hole, E.; Verma, D.; Jain, R.; Vitale, V.; Popick, P. (2005). Development of the ibm.com interactive solution marketplace (ISM): A systems engineering case study. Systems Engineering (1 ed., vol. 8, pp. 78-92). Hoboken NJ: Wiley Periodicals, Inc..
    https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/sys.20022.
Report
  1. Blackburn, M.; Verma, D.; Dillon-Merrill, R.; Blake, R.; Bone, M.; Chell, B.; Dove, R.; Dzielski, J.; Grogan, P.; Hoffenson, S.; Hole, E.; Jones, R.; Kruse, B.; Pochiraju, K.; Snyder, C.; Cloutier, R.; Grosse, I.; Hagedorn, T. (2018). Transforming Systems Engineering through Model-Centric Engineering (SERC-2017-TR-111 ed.). SERC.
Courses

Master Level (on Campus and/or Corporate):
SYS 625 Fundamentals of Systems Engineering
SYS 650 Systems Architecture and Design
SYS 671 Conception of Cyber-Physical Systems
SYS 674 Sustainment of Cyber-Physical Systems

Undergraduate:
EM 385 Innovative System Design
EM/ISE 423 Senior Design I
EM/ISE 424 Senior Design II
EM 585 Introduction to Systems Architecture & Design