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Luzeaux Dominique

         

Dominique Luzeaux

Dominique Luzeaux graduated from École Polytechnique (1987) and École Nationale Supérieure des Techniques Avancées (1989) as an armament engineer. His first position was a research engineer in theoretical computer science and robotics. He defended his PhD thesis at the University of Paris XI (1991), and was a visiting research scientist at the University of California at Berkeley (1991-1992).

Back to France within the Research and Technology Directorate of the DGA, he occupied various positions successively as an expert, a manager, head of department and technical director, in the fields of robotics, optoelectronics and observation systems.

As Director of the Modeling & Simulation Office (2002-2004), he was in charge of the R&T programs in modeling and simulation, as well as in system engineering methods and tools. He was the French representative within NATO/RTO and WEAG technical panels on Modeling & Simulation.

As Director of the Technical Center for Information Systems (2004-2007) he was in charge of the reorganization of the technical and human resources dedicated to the information infrastructure (local and global networks, associated services, workstations, information systems) of the DGA. 2008- 2009, he was appointed Deputy Director for C4ISR systems. From 2009 to 2013, as Director for Land Systems acquisition, he was responsible for the technical and financial execution (yearly payment over 1 billion euros) of the military programs for land systems.

Since December 2013 he is the deputy director of the Defense Information Systems Agency at the Ministry of Defense level.

Besides, he defended in 2001 his Professor thesis, has directed a dozen of PhD students in robotics and computer science, and has published over seventy articles in conferences and international journals.

He teaches robotics, theoretical computer science, system engineering, at graduate level in various universities and engineering schools. He has written several books in French and in English:

  • À la conquête du nanomonde : nanotechnologies et microsystèmes, (coauthor T. Puig), March 2007, Éditions du Félin;
  • Systèmes de systèmes : concepts et illustrations pratiques, (coauthor J.-R. Ruault), June 2008, Editions Lavoisier Hermes Science;
  • Ingénierie des systèmes de systèmes : méthodes et outils, (coauthor J.-R. Ruault), June 2008, Editions Lavoisier Hermes Science;
  • Systems of systems: concepts, illustrations, standards and methods, (coauthor J.-R. Ruault), February 2010, Wiley;
  • Simulation et modélisation des systèmes de systèmes : vers la maîtrise de la complexité, (coauthor P. Cantot), November 2009, Editions Lavoisier Hermes Science;
  • Simulation and modeling of systems of system, (coauthor P. Cantot), May 2011, Wiley;
  • Maîtrise de l’ingénierie des systèmes complexes et des systèmes de systèmes, (coauthor J.-R. Ruault, J.-L. Wippler), May 2011, Editions Lavoisier Hermes Science;
  • Complex systems and system-of-systems engineering, (coauthor J.-R. Ruault, J.-L. Wippler), November 2011, Wiley;
  • 100 questions pour comprendre et agir : l’ingénierie des systèmes, (coauthor J.-R. Ruault), April 2013, Editions AFNOR.

He is currently working on other books on system engineering, as well as a book on philosophy and mathematics, to be published by Editions Lavoisier Hermes. He was Chairman of the French chapter of INCOSE (International Council on Systems Engineering) from 2009 to 2013.

He is Knight of the French Légion d’Honneur and Officer of the French Order of Merit.

He attended the 42nd National Session of the French College for Armament Studies (IHEDN).

He received the “Ingénieur Général Chanson” Award in 2006 for his work on autonomous unmanned ground vehicles.