Date

12-13 December 2017

Location

Parc Floral Paris (France)

Edition

8th

Speakers

More than 20 Speakers

8th CSD&M Paris / Towards smarter and more autonomous systems

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 7 editions, CSD&M has become the conference of reference in the field of complex industrial systems architecture & engineering. This 8th conference will especially covers the theme “Towards smarter and more autonomous systems”

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Daniel KROB (CESAMES, Ecole Polytechnique), François Stephan (IRT SystemX), Alexandre Chapoutot (ENSTA Paristech) and Alain Roussel (AFIS)

Opening of CSD&M Paris 2017

The first day of CSD&M Paris 2017 is opened with the welcoming words of the General Chair, the Organizing Committee Chair and the Program Committee Co-chairs.

“A la carte” Program

Choose between 6 different talks. You can choose 2 among 6 talks proposed on the "Parallel Session 1", "Parallel Session 2" and "Workshop Partners".

Sucess Stories Presentations

  • 14:00 - 14:15 : DASSAULT SYSTEMES “Systems Engineering as a competitive strategy”, Eliane Fourgeau
  • 14:15 - 14:30 : NO MAGIC MBSE adoption challenges and best practices, Olivier Casse

“A la carte” Program

Choose between 3 different talks. You can choose 1 among 3 talks proposed on the "Parallel Session 1", "Parallel Session 2" and "Workshop Partners".

Poster Session & Conference Cocktail

The poster session is composed of 5-10 posters selected by the conference Program Committee following the call for papers. They consists of research studies or business cases presenting interesting

An Applied Knowledge Framework to Study Complex Systems

 Abstract: The complexity of knowledge production on complex systems is well-known, but there still lacks knowledge framework that would both account for a certain structure of knowledge production at an

MBSE Driven IoT for Smarter Cities

 Abstract: The future of the Internet of Things (IoT) success, including technology advancements and revenue generating potential across the business spectrum, is dependent on the application of robust Systems Engineering

A systems engineering approach to ship design

 Abstract: In the recent years, ships have experienced an unprecedented growth in complexity prompted by automation, embedded software and increasingly stringent regulation and customer expectations. Systems Engineering approaches have been
Stéphane Guignard

“Integrating MBSE and PLM by Aras”

 Abstract: While MBSE methodologies are critical to management of today’s system complexities at the system architecture level, it is the integration of MBSE with PLM that allows the benefits

“A la carte” Program

Choose between 8 different contributed talks. You can choose 4 among 8 talks proposed on the "Parallel Session 1"and "Parallel Session 2".

Paul Eremenko – Chief Technology Officer, Airbus

Paul is Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Airbus, where he leads the research and technology (R&T) and innovation activities across the company globally and is responsible for technology development

Marko Erman – Chief Technology Officer, Thales Group

Marko Erman graduated from Ecole Polytechnique, Paris and from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications. Marko was Chief Technical Officer & Vice President Strategy, Optronics, and Director of the Optical
Daniel Krob

Conclusion & Farewell Cocktail

Enjoy the farewell cocktail and chill out & share the last conference moments with other participants, organizers and partners!

Definition and verification of functional safety concepts for the definition of safe logical architectures

 Abstract: Evolving customer expectations, particularly growing concerns for safety, and the development of autonomous vehicles imply the development of many interconnected functions. To meet the expectations of system performances and

Formation in networks of mobile robots

 Abstract: This work addresses the formation problem of networks of mobile robots with evasion of collisions based on complex systems theory. In particular, formation of five differential mobile robots

Hidden Structures: Using Graph Theory to Explore Complex System of Systems Architectures

 Abstract: The increasing interconnectivity of complex engineered system of systems (SoS) leads to difficulties ensuring systems architectures are of sufficient quality (availability, maintainability, reliability, etc.). Typically reductionist approaches are used

Managing an Industrial Software Rearchitecting Project With Source Code Labelling

 Abstract: Legacy software systems are valuable assets for organisations. From time to time, renewing legacy software system architecture becomes necessary in order to offer them a new future. Rearchitecting

Systems Engineering approach for EPR NM Nuclear Power Plant Basic Design project

 Abstract: EDF and AREVA NP have launched in 2015 the Basic Design of a new Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) called EPR NM, a generation 3 NPP, evolution of EPR,

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Registration Fees / Choose your 2-day pass

Please note that a reduction is automatically applied if you register as a group:

  • -10% from 2 to 4 participants
  • -15% from 5 participants

 

If you need 2 different types of Pass, please click on the “REGISTER” button. Then, enter the participant information and click on the appropriate button to choose another type of Pass.

Student

250

(includes lunches and cocktails)

250.00 Register

Academic

750

(includes lunches and cocktails)

750.00 Register

Industrial

995

(includes lunches and cocktails)

995.00 Register

CSD&M Location

La Chesnaie du Roy – Bois de Vincennes, 104 Route de la Pyramide – 75012 Paris

By Car – 5 minutes from the peripheral, exit «Porte de Vincennes» (500 free car parking spaces in front of the conference site)
Subway Line 1 – Station «Château de Vincennes»
RER A – Station «Vincennes»
Autobus Line 112 – Station «Stade Léo Lagrange»
Airports – 30 minutes from the Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle & Orly airports

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