10th Edition
Systems Engineeringthrough the ages

Mastering complex engineered systems is a fundamental strategic challenge. Complex Systems Design & Management (CSD&M) conference is a widely open meeting event dedicated to academic researchers, industrial and governmental actors who are interested in complex industrial systems engineering. The event is not limited to the existing specialists of the subject!

The 2-day conference allows since 2010 to discover and share about theories, methods and tools that have been developed to allow to manage the increasing complexity of the technical systems you must design and implement.

Thanks to its past 9 editions, CSD&M has become the conference of reference in the field of complex industrial systems architecture & engineering.

40+
Speakers

Program

Plenary session

  • Alain Tropis, SVP Digital Design Manufacturing & Services, Airbus
  • Olivier De Weck, Professor of Aeronautics, Astronautics and Engineering Systems, MIT

– Coffee break and partners booth visits 

  • Michael Webber, Chief Science and Technology Officer, Engie

– Lunch break and partners booth visits

Contributed Talks
Parallel session 1

  • Jonathan Holt, Rolls-Royce,  “Gas Turbine Design at Rolls-Royce – Exploring the Limitations of a Systems Engineering Approach”
  • Sébastien Frischbier, VWD Group,  “Managing the Complexity of Processing Financial Data at Scale – an Experience Report”
  • Anne Collin, MIT,  “A Multiobjective Systems Architecture Model for Sensor Selection in Autonomous Vehicle Navigation”
  • Christoph Binder & Boris Brankovic, University of Allied Sciences Salzburg,  “Towards a Cross-Domain Modeling Approach in System-of-Systems Architectures”

Parallel session 2

  • Tatiana Prosvirnova, CentraleSupélec “Synchronization of system architecture, multi-physics and safety models”
  • Steffen Blume, ETH Zurich,  “Dynamic disruption simulation in largescale urban rail transit systems”
  • Philipp Helle, Airbus,  “Smart component modeling for complex system development”
  • Jean-Patrick Brunet, IRT SystemX,  “Simulation architecture definition for complex systems design: A tooled methodology”

Parallel session 3

  • Sanjiv Sharma, Airbus “Managing Margins under Uncertainties”
  • Alan Martin Redmond, Pôle SCS “Implementing Organizational Cybernetics for the Next Generation of Digital Business Models”
  • Mahmoud Efatmaneshnik, UNSW-Canberra “Identifying Focal Points in IT Project Governance using a Synthetic and Systems Thinking Approach”
  • Mo Mansouri, Stevens Institute of Technology “School Shootings in the U.S. – Where to Begin”

– Coffee break and partners booth visits 

Parallel session 1

  • Ariel Sirat, Director, IRT AESE Saint Exupery
  • Franck Davoine, CNRS researcher, Heudiasyc, UTC Compiègne, Labex MS2T
  • Dr. Michael Jastram, Senior Solutions Architect, Jama Software,  “Lightweight Requirements Modeling as an alternative to full-scale MBSE”

Parallel session 2

  • Alain Poincheval, President, TechnipFMC,  “System Engineering to deliver first FLNG”
  • Jan Andreas, CEO, Anleg GmBH
  • Thierry Forsans, Digiref Project, TOTAL E&P

Parallel session 3

  • Guillaume Farny, Directeur, ATEC ITS FRANCE
  • Serge Salat, President, Urban Morphology and Comp
  • Gauthier Fanmuy, Systems Engineering Role Portfolio Director, Dassault Systèmes,  “Paris 2024 Olympics Games Smart Athlete Transportation System”

Plenary session

  • Marc Peyrichon, Responsible for leading System Engineering, Naval Group
  • Antoine Rauzy, Associate professor, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

– Coffee break and partners booth visits 

  • Alexandre Corjon, Alliance Global Vice President Engineering Electrics/Electronics and System, RenaultNissan

– Lunch break and partners booth visits

Contributed Talks
Parallel session 1

  • Mo Mansouri, Stevens Institute of Technology, “An Analysis of Bike Share Systems in Urban Areas”
  • Tchoya Florence Koné, PSA, “Safety demonstration of Autonomous vehicles: a review and future research questions”
  • David Pedersen, Solution Architect, Bizcon, “How Stockholm Traffic (SLL) have used EA and resource architecture to plan new train lines”

Parallel session 2

  • Emmanuel Gaudin & Mihal Brumbulli, Pragmadev,  “Verification of BPMN models”
  • Patrick Esteve & Willy Platzer, Thales,  “MAESTRIA: A New Tool to Support Collaborative Building and Sharing of an IVVQ Strategy”

Parallel session 3

  • Jérôme Javelle, Vice-President Methods & Tools, Airbus
  • Khalid Kouiss, R&D Engineer, Faurecia
  • Nicolas Cottereau, Country Manager & Sigmetrix channel Manager, Maplesoft, “An Excel-based Systems-Engineering Tool for Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration across the Enterprise”

– Coffee break and partners booth visits 

Thematic tracks

Parallel session 1

  • Marco Ferrogalini, Vice President – Head of Modelling and Simulations (MBSE), Airbus
  • Philippe Duluc, CTO Big Data & Security, Atos,  “Modeling, Simulation and Visualization for quantum computing : Atos Quantum”
  • François Sillion, Director, Uber

Parallel session 2

  • Oussama Cherif, Innovation Director, Fives Group, “Industry 4.0: new challenges and opportunities of smart industry. Fives’ point of view”
  • Jean-Marc Chatelanaz, VP Full Track & Trace, Renault
  • Paul Labrogère, CEO, IRT SystemX, “Artificial Intelligence for Augmented Engineering : an hybrid approach”

Parallel session 3

  • Jakob Axelsson, Professor and Senior Research Leader Systems-ofSystems, RISE SICS,  “Trustworthiness in Cyber-Physical Systems-of-Systems (SoS)”
  • André Ayoun, System Engineering expert, ArianeGroup,  “Ariane 6 Exploitation Data Management in Extended Enterprise Context”
  • Michael Pfenning, Senior Product Manager for Systems Engineering, Aras,  “Enterprise IT Architecture for Modeling Systems of Systems”
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posters

Collaborative Decision-Making Challenges in the Dutch Railway System

Nina Jakubeit, University of Twente

Understanding Stakeholder Interactions Impacting Human Spaceflight Funding Levels

Brian Gardner, Stevens Institute of Technology

Model-Based Specification for System Development with Suppliers

Phanikrishna Thota, Airbus

Applications of Systems Thinking for Scooter Sharing Transportation System

Christina Caches, Protiviti

COMMITTEES

The CSD&M Conference is chaired by one keynote Chairman and is also based on the involvment of many Committee Members that you can discover more precisely below.

  • The Organizing Committee is in charge of defining the agenda/program of the conference, identifying Keynote Speakers and has to ensure the functioning of the event (sponsoring, communication…)
  • The Program Committee consists of about 20 members (mixed of experts from academic and industrial institutions) of high international visibility. Their expertise spectrum covers all the conference topics. This committee is in charge of assessing submitted papers and of selecting the ones that will be presented during the contributed talks session or during the poster workshop.

General Chair
Prof. Daniel KROB, CESAMES, France

Chair:
Alan Guegan, Sirehna, France

Members:

  • Emmanuel Arbaretier, Apsys, France
  • Jean-François Bigey, MEGA International, France
  • Philippe Bourguignon, Engie, France
  • Philippe Bouteyre, TechnipFMC, France
  • François Coallier, Ecole de Technologie Supérieure, France
  • Eric Duceau, Airbus, France
  • Gauthier Fanmuy, Dassault Systèmes, France
  • Pascal Foix, Thales, France
  • Jean-Luc Garnier, Thales, France
  • Philippe Gicquel, AFIS, France
  • Omar Hammami, ENSTA ParisTech, France
  • Fabien Mangeant, Renault, France
  • Luca Palladino, Safran, France
  • Alain Roussel, AFIS, France
  • Richard Schomberg, EDF, France
  • Anne Sigogne, AFIS, France
  • Amaury Soubeyran, Airbus, France
  • Pierre Thory, Sextant, France
  • Jean-Claude Tucoulou, AFIS, France

Academic Members:

Chair:
Guy André Boy, Estia, CentraleSupélec & INCOSE, France

Members:

  • Jutta Abulawi, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
  • Alain Bernard, Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France
  • Eric Bonjour, ENSGSI, France
  • Michel-Alexandre Cardin, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
  • Donna Rhodes, MIT, USA
  • Antoine Rauzy, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, France
  • Paul Schreinemakers, EMEA INCOSE, Netherlands
  • Rob Vingerhoeds, ISAE-SUPAERO, France
  • Bernard Yannou, CentraleSupélec, France

Industrial Members:

Chair:
Vincent Vion, PSA, France

Members:

  • Christophe Alix, Thales, France
  • Alain Dauron, Renault, France
  • Pierre de Chazelles, Airbus, France
  • Bernardo Delicado, MBDA, Spain
  • Jérémy Dick, Costain Group, United Kingdom
  • Nicolas Gueit, Safran Aircraft Engines, France
  • Olivier Hayat, PSA, France
  • Jonathan Holt, Rolls Royce, United Kingdom
  • Lawrence Toby, Jaguar Land Rover, United Kingdom