Paris - Cité Universitaire (France)

Conference program

Wednesday, December 4, 2013 – Industrial and Societal Challenges / Poster Workshop

The first day in the Amphitheater Adenauer is dedicated to the presentation of the societal & industrial contexts of complex systems engineering. It consists of a number of high-profile invited seminars that give to the participants a clear and synthetic vision of the domain and of its themes. A poster session blends then into as well as the conference cocktail in Salon Honnorat.

  • 09:00-09:30 - Opening of the conference

  • 12:45-14:00 - Lunch at Salon Honnorat

  • 14:00-17:30 - Industrial Challenges

    • 14:00-14:05 - Introduction by the session chairman

    • 14:05-14:40 - Urban Transportation: What Systemic Levers Can Improve the Rolling Stocks Performance in the Great Paris Area?, Emmanuel Teboul, SNCF - France

    • 14:40-15:15 - Border Security: the System of Systems perspective (EADS/CASSIDIAN return of experience), Pascal Pezzani, Cassidian – France

    • 15:15-15:50 - Naval Systems: The Virtual Ship (TBC), Alain Bovis, DCNS – France

    • 15:50-16:20 - Coffee break

    • 16:20-16:55 - Satellite Constellation: Iridium NEXT, a global satellites constellation based network for mobile communications, Isabelle Buret, Thales TAS – France

    • 16:55-17:30 - Panel on Optimization across Stakeholders / Specialties in Large Complex Systems - Facilitator: Pascal Foix, VP Systems, Thales - France

Thursday, December 5, 2013 - Towards a theory of systems / Systems Architecture & Engineering Tools Session

The second day of the conference in the Amphitheater Adenauer is devoted to systemic methodologies and fundamentals emerging from academic as well as industrial environments. It is centered on the fact that the architectural paradigm can help to think about complex systems in a unified way. The conference visit & dinner will end the day.

  • 12:40-14:00 Lunch at Salon Honnorat

  • 19:00-22:30 - Conference Visit & Dinner

    • 19:00 - 20:00 – Visit Musuem: two groups with guides depart at 19:00 and 19:10, or free visit with audio-guide

      Location: Musée des Arts décoratifs, 107 rue de Rivoli 75001 Paris

    • 20:00 - 22:30 – Dinner

      Location: Restaurant le Saut du Loup, 107 rue de Rivoli 75001 Paris. More details here

Friday, December 6, 2013 – Contributed Talks, Tutorials and Workshop

The third and last conference day is dedicated to 2 parallel contributed talks sessions as well as to 1 workshop and 3 tutorials. The contributed talks are open to every CSD&M participants who can choose each presentation they wish to attend. However, tutorials are chargeable options and the workshop is reserved to persons invited by Systematic Paris-Region. A farewell ceremony will end the conference and best papers awards will be announced at this moment by Daniel Krob, general chair of the CSD&M 2013.

  • 10:00-17:30 - Parallel sessions - "A la carte" Program: contributed talks, tutorials or workshop

  • Contributed Talks - 2 parallel sessions accessible to all the CSD&M participants

10:30-17:30 - Parallel Session 1 (Salon Gulbenkian)

  • Session 1.1 - System Analysis

    • 10:30-11:00 - The Multidimensional Hierarchically Integrated Framework for Modeling Complex Engineering Systems, Ahmad Alabdulkareem, Anas Alfaris, Vivek Sakhrani, Adnan Alsaati and Olivier de Weck (MIT – USA)

    • 11:00-11:30 – Simulation Methods in the Healthcare Systems, Andrey Khudyakov, Camille Jean, Marija Jankovic, Julie Le Cardinal and Jean-Claude Bocquet (Ecole Centrale Paris - France)

    • 11:30-12:00 - A method for managing uncertainty levels in design variables during complex product development, João Fernandes, Elsa Henriques and Arlindo Silva (Instituto Superior Técnico-Utl – Portugal)

    • 12:00-12:30 - Re-Using SysML System Architectures, Adreas Korff (Atego – France)

  • 12:30-14:00: lunch at Salon Honnorat

  • Session 1.2 - MBSE

    • 14:00-14:30 - Handling Complexity in System of Systems Projects - Lessons Learned from MBSE Efforts in Border Security Projects, Emrah Asan (EADS Deutschland GmbH - Germany), Oliver Albrecht (BMW - Germany) and Semih Bilgen (Middle East Technical University - Turkey)

    • 14:30-15:00 - Capturing variability in Model Based Systems Engineering, Cosmin Dumitrescu (Université Paris I - France), Patrick Tessier (CEA - France), Camille Salinesi (CRI-Université Paris I - France), Sebastien Gerard (CEA-List - France), Alain Dauron (Renault - France) and Raul Mazo (Université Paris I - France)

    • 15:00-15:30 - Application of an MBSE approach for the integration of multidisciplinary design processes, Nicolas Albarello (EADS Innovation Works - France) and Hongman Kim (Phoenix Integration - USA)

    • 15:30-16:00 – Coffee Break
  • Session 1.3 – MBSE

    • 16:00-16:30 - A Hybrid Event-B Study of Lane Centering, Richard Banach (University of Manchester – UK) and Michael Butler (University of Southhampton – UK)

    • 16:30-17:00 - A Visual Logic for the Description of Highway Traffic Scenarios, Stephanie Kemper and Christoph Etzien (OFFIS, Institut für Informatik - Germany)

    • 17:00-17:30 - Early Stage Verification and Validation of Cyber-Physical Systems through Requirements Driven Probabilistic Certificate of Correctness Metric, David Fox (Dassault Systemes Americas Corp. - USA), Alex van der Velden (Dassault Systemes Americas Corp. - USA) and Jeff Haan (Dassualt Systemes Americas Corp. - USA)

10:30 – 17:30 - Parallel Session 2 (Salon David-Weill)

  • 12:30-14:00: lunch at Salon Honnorat

  • Session 2.2 - Green System Engineering

    • 14:00-14:30 - A Virtual Web Net to eco-manage food packaging waste, Clara Ceppa and Gian Paolo Marino (Politecnico di Torino - Italy)

    • 14:30-15:00 - An engineering systems model for the quantitative analysis of the energy-water nexus, William Naggaga Lubega and Amro. M. Farid (Masdar Institute of Science and Technology – United Arab Emirates)

    • 15:00-15:30 - Water saving in a complex industrial system - Evaluation of the sustainability of options with System Dynamics, Katharina Tarnacki, Thomas Melin and Sabina Jeschke (RWTH Aachen University – Germany)

  • 15:30-16:00 – Coffee Break
  • Tutorials – 3 tutorials from 10:30 to 17:30 in different salons of the conference site, only for persons who registered

  • Tutorial 1 (Salon Branet)

    • Using the INCOSE SE Handbook to Engineer Complex Systems: David Walden, CEO, Sysnovation - USA

  • Tutorial 2 (Salon Nathan)

    • How to Run an Efficient and Effective Requirements Review: Paul Davies, Systems Design Engineer, Network Rail, UK. Formerly Head of Systems Engineering Research, Thales UK - Great-Britain

  • Tutorial 3 (Salon Preyer)

    • Design Structure Matrix (DSM) Methods and Applications: Tyson Browning, professor, Neeley School of Business, TCU - USA

      More details here

Systems Engineering Workshop (only for persons invited by Systematic Paris-Region)

    • 10:00-13:30 – Presentation of the AGeSYS Project by Systematic Paris-Region

      Location: Maison du Cambodge in the CIUP Campus
  • 17:30-18:00 – End of the Conference

    • 17:30-17:50 - Best Papers Awards and Farewell Ceremony

      Location: Amphitheater Adenauer

    • 17:50-18:30 - CSDM 2013 Farewell Cocktail

      Location: Salon "La Terrasse" (below Amphi-Adenauer on the ground floor)