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CESAM Community regularly organizes events. Our next event will be the Complex Systems Design & Management (CSD&M) conference in December 2022.
CSD&M Paris 2022
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 6 editions, CSD&M has become the conference of reference in the field of complex industrial systems architecture & engineering. This 7th conference will especially covers the theme “Challenges & Opportunities of Systems Engineering in a Changing World”.
09:00-09:30 – Opening of the Conference
09:30-12:20 – VIP Speakers presentations
11:00-11:20 – Coffee break
12:20-12:50 – Plenary Success Stories Presentations
12:50-14:00 – Break Lunch Buffet
14:00-14:45 – Plenary Success Stories Presentations
14:50-17:10 – Contributed Talks14:50-17:10 – Parallel session 1
15:20-15:40- Coffee break
14:50-17:10 – Parallel session 2
15:20-15:40- Coffee break
14:50-17:10 – Workshop Partners
17:10-19:00 – Poster Workshop & Conference Cocktail1. “An integrated approach for Sytem Driven Product Development (SDPD) by means of development of a mechatronic systems in an industrial context” – Prof. Dr. Salehi Vahid and Burseg Lukas (EDMS – Germany)2. “Performance Analysis of SDL Systems” – Mihal Brumbulli and Emmanuel Gaudin (PragmaDev – France)3. “Prerequisites for the Modeling and Analysis of a Product Development Process Using Network Theory” – Abdo Chahin, Kristin Paetzold (Universität der Bundeswehr München – Germany), Julian Hoffmeister and Vahid Salehi (University of Applied Sciences Munich – Germany)4. “Challenges of Agile Development: A Cause–and–Effect Analysis” – Tobias Sebastian Schmidt and Kristin Paetzold (University of the Federal Armed Forces Munich – Germany)5. “MBSE & MBSA with Capella and Safety Architect tools” – Marc Sango, Frédérique Vallée, Anne–Catherine ViÉ (ALL4TEC – France), Jean–Luc Voirin (Thales Mission Systems – France), Xavier Leroux (Thales Global Services – France) and Véronique Normand (Thales Research and Technology –France)6. “A Synthetic Analytical Model for the Evaluation of Supply Chain Performance” – Cy Lam (Hiroshima University – Japan) and K Tai (Nanyang Technological University – Singapore)7. “Direct democracy as the keystone of a smart city governance as a complex system?” – Claude Rochet (CERGAM – France)8. “Fast and extensive model based project plan building in nuclear industry” – Christian Marie, Gilles Beuzelin (AREVA – France), Samuel Boutin and Eric Nicole (Knowledge Inside – France)9. “Batteries For Buildings (B4B) A «System of Systems» development return on experience” – Yann Chazal (RENAULT – France), Do–Hieu Trinh, Eric Portales (Bouygues Energies Services – France) and Philippe Toussaint (Knowledge Inside – France)10. “A governance framework for complex geographically bounded industrial business networks” – Larissa Statsenko and Vernon Ireland (University of Adelaide – Australia)11. “Exploring Early Stage Cost–Estimation Methods Using Off–the–Shelf Tools: A Case Study” – Haifeng Zhu, Greg Ojard (UTC Research Center – USA), Eileen Arnold (UTC Aerospace Systems – USA), Narek Shougarian, Kaushik Sinha and Oliver de Weck (MIT – USA)12. “Towards a Design–to–Value approach in early design stages” – Sonia Ben Hamida, Alain Huet (Airbus Defense & Space – FR), Marija Jankovic, Jean–Claude Bocquet (CentraleSuepelec – FR) and Martine Callot (Airbus Group Innovation)13. “Categorizing Technical Change in a System: Resolving some of the Shortcomings in Henderson & Clarck’s (1990) Framework” – Mohammadreza Arasti (Sharif University of Technology – Iran) and Mahdi Khaleghi (University of Tehran – Iran)
09:00-10:00 – VIP Speakers presentations
10:05-12:55 – Contributed Talks10:05-12:55 – Parallel session 1
11:05-11:25 – Coffee break
10:05-12:55 – Parallel session 2
10:05-11:05 – Workshop Partners
12:55-14:10 – Break Lunch Buffet
14:10-14:40 – Plenary Success Stories Presentations
14:40-17:10 – VIP Speakers presentations
15:40-16:00 – Coffee break
17:10-18:00 – Farewell Cock
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 21 members (mixed of experts from academic, industrial and governmental 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.
Prof. Daniel KROB, CESAMES, France.