15-16 December 2022

CSD&M

An event organized by CESAM Community. 

DATE

15-16 December 2022

LOCATION

Paris

EDITION

13th

SPEAKERS

More than 40 speakers

13TH CSD&M PARIS

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 12 editions, CSD&M has become the conference of reference in the field of complex industrial systems architecture & engineering.

This 13th conference will especially covers the theme “Building a sustainable & resilient world thanks to a collaborative eco-system with virtual playgrounds”. 

“Dear Colleagues, Dear Guests,
The 13th edition of the international conference “Complex Systems Design & Management” will take place on December, 2022 in Paris. This event was created by the French Center of Excellence on Systems Architecture, Management, Economy & Strategy (CESAMES). CESAMES believes that mastering complexity can only be achieved with a strong and true cooperation between all key stakeholders (academic, industrial and governmental actors). We look very much forward to see you in December!”

Daniel Krob picture
Professor Daniel KROB
General Chair, Institute Professor (Ecole Polytechnique – FR), President of CESAMES and INCOSE Fellow
conference venue

The 13th edition of the CSD&M will take place in the auditorium of the Elysées Biarritz in Paris, right next to the Champs-Elysées !

PROGRAM

Program under construction – the order and schedule of the sessions may still vary until mid-September

9h00

Keynote (more information to come)

Contributed talks (20' each)

#1 theme: How to engage and perform a digital transformation within your eco-system

Paths and experience feedbacks on digital transformation initiatives withing an organization or with the eco-system

9h30

GIFAS-AFIS Crisee : Generic Collaborative Process Framework for simpler and efficient SE at extended entreprise level

Airbus - ArianeGroup | Christophe Ducamp, Gerald Pignie and Pierre de Chazelles

9h50

From UAF to SysML: Transitioning from System of Systems to Systems Architecture

Dassault Systèmes | Thomas Marchand and Aurelijus Morkevicius

10h10

An MBSE Implementation Process Framework Based on Multiple Modeling Capability Stages

China Helicopter Research and Development Institute | Yuqiang Guo, Shuhuan Sun, Hui Zhao and Jin Li

10h30

Europe's Rail Joint Undertaking: System Pillar

Europe's Rail Joint Undertaking | Ian Conlon

COFFEE BREAK

Contributed talks (20' each)

11h20

Systems Engineering Journey on ATLAS Program

AFIS - AFNeT Services | Pascal Hubert, Pierre Faure, Jean Brangé and Jean-Luc Garnier

11h40

Research on Advanced Avionics System Architecture Technology

China National Aeronautical Radio Electronics Research Institute | Jinyan Wang, Qing Zhou and Mingren She

12h00

On the use of Artificial Intelligence for Product-Service Systems

Thales | Hugo Guillermo Chalé Gongora, Juliette Mattioli and Pierre-Olivier Robic

12h20

Talk #8

LUNCH BREAK

14h00

Keynote (more information to come)

Contributed talks (20' each)

#2 theme: Modeling and Simulation Systems Engineering practices

Best practices for model-based techniques in a modeling and simulation (MODSIM) approach, to specify, analyze, design and verify systems

14h30

Industrial talk

Dassault Systemes

14h50

Towards Model-Based Functional Hazard Assessment (FHA) with UML

University of Toronto - Safran Landing Systems | Kimberly Lai, Thomas Robert, David Shindman and Alison Olechowski

15h10

Maritime stakeholder model-based decision-making for accelerated adoption of autonomous vessels by analyzing tradeoffs in R&D investment, manufacturing, and operational experience

The University of Tokyo - ClassNK - Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. - Massachusetts Institute of Technology | Takuya Nakashima, Tomohiro Sugimoto, Keisuke Kimura and Bryan Moser

15h30

Reverse Engineering of a CubeSat with MBSE

Airbus - Samares Engineering | Raphael Faudou, Julie De Sousa, Jean-Luc Marty and Marie-Hélène Deredempt

COFFEE BREAK & POSTER SESSION

Contributed talks (20' each)

16h50

The Need to Simultaneously Consider Modularization and Interface Design during Systems Architecting: an Exploration of their Joint Impact on System Performance and Cost

The George Washington University | Taylan Topcu and Zoe Szajnfarber

17h10

Enabling multidisciplinary-analysis of SysML models in a heterogeneous tool landscape using Parametric Analysis Models

Airbus Central R&T | Philipp Helle, Gerrit Schramm, Sergio Feo-Arenis and Sönke Klostermann

17h30

Spiral Approach for SE Research (SASER) - mating research to practice -

University of Twente | G.Maarten Bonnema, Marcus V. Pereira Pessoa and Kostas Nizamis

17h50

Prerequisites for an MBSE adoption support approach

Airbus - ERPI - IAE Lyon School of Management | Léa Kozak, Frederique Mayer, Eric Bonjour, Jean-Pierre Micaelli and Arnaud Riviere

18h10

Kalman Filtering for SAR Satellite Yaw Steering

Aviation Industry of China (AVIC) - Airforce Engineering University | Yongfei Ding, Dinghai Xu, Yu Li, Zheng Fang, Tao Chen and Hengyang Zhang

18h30

End of day one

9h00

Keynote (more information to come)

Contributed talks (20' each)

#3 theme: Building sustainable, secured, evolutive and resilient systems

System architecting methods to adress new expected system perspectives such as security, sustainability, resiliency and scalability

9h30

Resilience Assessment of Industrial Processes within the Aircraft Industry

Fraunhofer EMI - Airbus / Central R&D, Virtual Product Engineering, 1RXV - INATECH, University of Freiburg | Kai Fischer, Andreas Mitschke, Oliver Klaproth, Arnd Schirrmann and Alexander Stolz

9h50

A Model-Based System Engineering approach for Multi-Disciplinary Analysis and Design Optimisation processes definition

IRT Saint Exupery - Airbus Operations - Capgemini- Expleo Group | Romaric Demachy, Mickael Guillen, Anne Gazaix, Vincent Ambert, Jean-Christophe Giret, Louis Jayez and Joël Brezillon

10h10

Systems Engineering Digital Thread – An end-to-end holistic approach from Mission to Physical

Dassault Systèmes | Gauthier Fanmuy, Arnaud Durantin and Pierre-Yves Boyer

10h30

Research on the Architecture of Military Helicopter Requirements Demonstration Based on System Engineering

China Helicopter Research and Development Institute | Benchao Lou, Qiang Sun and Fang Chen

COFFEE BREAK

Contributed talks (20' each)

11h20

Methods for Extracting Structured Data from Engineering Requirements using Natural Language Processing

Airbus - Massachusetts Institute of Technology | Johannes Norheim, Shao Lim, Alain Kerbrat and Eric Rebentisch

11h40

Theory and Practice on Architecture Design and Performance Evaluation of Civil Avionics System based on Model

China National Aeronautic Radio Electronics Research Institute | Haiyong Dong, Qingfan Gu and Hao Rong

12h00

Adaptative Workflows for Process Management

IMT, Mines-Ales - Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK) | Charbel Kady, Francois Trousset, Nicolas Daclin, Gregory Zacharewicz, Charles Yaacoub and Adib Akl

12h20

Knowledge management in consulting firms: a survey for designers

CentraleSupelec - Sibylone | Mohammadreza Mirafzal, Piyush Wadhera and Julie Stal-Le Cardinal

LUNCH BREAK

14h00

Keynote (more information to come)

14h30

Analysing the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) from an Organizational and Strategic Research Point of View

Universiteit Antwerpen - Engie | Geert Haerens

14h50

RAMI Toolbox: A Framework enabling Model-based Systems Engineering of complex Flexible Production Systems

Salzburg University of Applied Sciences - Siemens Technology - FH Salzburg - Otto-v.-Guericke University | Christoph Binder, Ambra Calà, Jan Vollmar, Boris Brankovic, Christian Neureiter and Arndt Lüder

15h10

Talk #11

COFFEE BREAK

Contributed talks (20' each)

#4 theme: Means and methods to integrate humans in virtual playgrounds

Integration of the human as a virtual twin into the system to better anticipate incresaing system complexity and autonomy

16h00

Exploring and setting up the methods to benefit from synergies between an agile project development and systems engineering

ArianeGroup | Arthur Schmitt and Bruno Ferard

16h20

An approach for exploring non-technical complexity in engineering design processes

University of Twente | Younjung Choi, Gisela Garza Morales, Marcus Pereira Pessoa and Maarten Bonnema

16h40

Implementing Systems Thinking for a Complex System via Experiential Learning

Purdue University - Air Company | Nicholas Steinke and C. Robert Kenley

17h00

Talk #15

17h20

End of day two

REGISTRATION FEES

 Early Bird fees until August 31
2-day access to the whole conference with lunches and cocktails.

CSD&M LOCATION

Élysées-Biarritz
24 Rue Quentin-Bauchart, 75008 Paris

Public transport:
– Line 1: George V station
– Line 9: Franklin D. Roosevelt station
– Line A: Charles de Gaulle – Étoile station

Public parking:
– Indigo Pierre Charron Champs-Élysées
– Interparking Berri Champs-Élysées