CSD&M Asia 2018

December 6th - 7th
3rd Asia-Pacific Conference
SMART TRANSPORTATION
LUI Pao Chuen 雷普权教授 picture
Professor Pao Chuen LUI
Dear All,

It is my pleasure to welcome you again to the third edition of CSD&M Asia, to be held at the National University of Singapore next December 2018. The ambition of the conference is to be THE meeting in Asia to develop systems architecture as an academic discipline and industry practice. This year, the theme of CSDM Asia is “SMART TRANSPORTATION”.

Technology has made sharing of information free. This enables the connection between producers of goods and services and consumers with reduction in costs of transaction. The costs of physical movement of people and goods have also gone down significantly over the last two decades. Networks in the cyber world and in the physical world have become ubiquitous and in real-time. The networking between professionals in industry, government and academia has become more compelling each year.

Our conference will not only provide the opportunity of sharing of knowledge and insights about transportation in the air, land and sea but also networking of professionals from different communities. Please join us to keep developing and to help promoting this emerging and exciting field of systems architecture.”

General Co-Chair of the Conference CSD&M Asia 2018, Adviser, National Research Foundation, Prime Minister’s Office - Singapore
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Professor Daniel Krob
Dear Colleagues, Dear Guests,

The second edition of the international conference “Complex Systems Design & Management Asia” (CSD&M Asia) took place with great success in February 2016 at the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). This event was created by the French Center of Excellence on Systems Architecture, Management, Economy & Strategy (CESAMES) which already organized the now well established CSD&M conference in Europe for more than 8 years.

The core principles that lead to the success of these conferences are also put at the heart of CSD&M Asia, seeking a balance between academia, government and industry partners. Indeed, we believe that mastering complexity can only be achieved with a strong and true cooperation between all key stakeholders.

We are therefore happy to renew this collaboration with Singapore, a leading country in the world of complex systems architecture & engineering. Thanks in particular to Professor Pao Chuen LUI and all our collaborating partners. We look very much forward to the participation of the Asia-Pacific systems community to this upcoming third edition of CSD&M Asia.”

General Co-Chair of the Conference CSD&M Asia 2018, Institute Professor (Ecole Polytechnique - FR), President of CESAMES and INCOSE Fellow

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The presentations

Modelling Safe and Secure Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems

by Giedre Sabaliauskaite, Jin Cui, Lin Shen Liew and Fengjun ZhouSingapore University of Technology and Design

Modeling Operations of a Custom Hiring Center Using Agent Based Modeling and Discrete Event Simulation

by Yatin Jayawant & Nikhil JoshiJohn Deere India Pvt Ltd.

A Net-based Formal Framework for Causal Loop Diagrams

by Guillermina Cledou & Shin NakajimaHASLab INESCTEC & University of Minho, Portugal - National Institute of Informatics, Japan

Modelling the Efficacy of Assurance Strategies for Better Integration, Interoperability and Information Assurance in Family-of-System-of-Systems Portfolios

by Keith Joiner, Mahmoud Efatmaneshnik, Malcom Tutty & Kate MillerUNSW-Canberra - UNSW-Canberra@ADFA - Royal Australian Air Force - Department of Defence, Australia

Journey Estimation with Smartcard Data for Land Use Planning

by Alvin Chua & Songyu WangUrban Redevelopment Authority, Singapore

Detection of Teamwork Behavior as Meaningful Exploration of Tradespace during Project Design

by Puay Siang Tan & Bryan MoserMIT, US

Leveraging Data Analytics in Systems Engineering – Towards A Quantum Leap in Railway Reliability

by Thaddeus Tsang, Joyce Hong, Mun Yih Wong and Kum Fatt HoLTA, Singapore

SMACOF Hierarchical Clustering to Manage Complex Design Problems with the Design Structure Matrix

by Li Qiao & Mahmoud EfatmaneshnikUniversity of New South Wales,Canberra, Australia
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Applications of contiguous area cartograms

by GASTNER MichaelAssistant Professor for Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics, Yale-NUS College (US, Singapore)
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Keynote

by LIEW Mun LeongChairman, Changi Airport Group (Singapore)

System Engineering of Mega Projects in Singapore

by LUI Pao ChuenAdvisor, National Research Foundation, Prime Minister’s Office (Singapore)
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How to take advantage of complexity?

by MORVAN MichelPresident, IRT SystemX (France)
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Systems Thinking in Public Transportation

by NGIEN Hoon PingPresident, Land Transport Authority (Singapore)
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Beyond the Shinkansen System - A Challenge of Japan to Realize Innovative Transportation Infrastructure

by OHKAMI YoshiakiExecutive Advisor for Institute of System Design and Management, Keio University (Japan)
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Keynote

by Ravinder SinghPresident, Electronics, ST Engineering (Singapore)
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Keynote

by TAN Peng YamChief Executive, DSTA (Singapore)
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