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Conference program

Wednesday, November 12, 2014 – Industrial and Societal Challenges / Poster Workshop

The first day in the Salle La Rochefoucauld (underground of the conference site) is dedicated to the presentation of the societal & industrial contexts of complex systems engineering. It consists of a number of high-profile seminars who will give a clear and synthetic vision of the domain around the main theme of this 5th edition: Systems Modeling, Simuling and Decision Aid . A poster workshop blends into the conference cocktail at the 2nd floor of the conference site.

  • 09:00-09:30 - Opening of the conference

    • 09:00-09:05 - Welcoming by the conference general chair Daniel Krob, CESAMES & Ecole Polytechnique and by the Organizing Committee Chair Frédéric Boulanger, Supélec - France

    • 09:05-09:10 - Welcoming by the Program Committee co-chairs Gérard Morel, Université de Lorraine and Jean-Claude Roussel, Airbus Group Innovations - France

    • 09:10-09:20 – Hervé Biausser, director, CentraleSupélec - France

    • 09:20-09:30 – Alexandre Corjon, alliance global VP engineering, Renault - France

  • 09:30-12:35 – Grand Challenges - Society

Thursday, November 13, 2014 – Towards a theory of systems / Systems Architecture & Engineering Tools Session

The second day of the conference is devoted, around the main theme of this 5th edition: Systems Modeling, Simuling and Decision Aid , to systemic methodologies and fundamentals emerging from academic as well as industrial environments. It is centered on the fact that the architectural paradigm can help to think about complex systems in a unified way. The conference visit & dinner will end the day.

  • 12:30-14:00 Lunch at Salons Président-Delage-Club (2nd floor - 1er étage)

  • 14:00-18:10- Methodological state of the art / Tools Session Part 2

  • 19:30-23:00 - Conference Visit & Dinner at The Atelier Renault : 53 Avenue des Champs-Elysées – 75008 Paris

    • 19:30 - First departure of visit

    • 19:50 - Second departure of visit

    • 20:10 - Third departure of visit

    • 20:30 - Dinner at the restaurant on 2nd floor (where there are carry-coats beside tables)

    • 23:00 - End of the evening

Friday, November 14, 2014 – Contributed Talks in 2 parallel sessions (for all CSD&M Participants) and Tutorials or IBM Workshops (only for registered participants)

The third and last conference day is dedicated to 2 parallel contributed talks sessions as well as 2 IBM workshops and 2 tutorials. The contributed talks are opened to all CSD&M participants but tutorials and IBM workshops need extra registration and payment. A farewell ceremony will end the conference and best papers awards will be announced at this moment by Daniel Krob, general chair of the CSD&M 2014.

  • 9:00-10:00 - Systems Modeling, Simuling and Decision Aid, IRT SystemX - France (Location: Salle La Rochefoucauld)

    • 09:00-10:00 – Presentation and Questions & Responses

    • 10:00-10:30 - Coffee break and Taking place in Salons for Session or Tutorial

  • 10:00-17:00 - Parallel sessions - "A la carte" Program: Contributed Talks, IBM Workshops and Tutorials

Contributed Talks - 2 parallel sessions opened to all the CSD&M participants

10:30-17:30 - Parallel Session 1 (Location: Salon Club)

10:30-17:30 - Parallel Session 2 (Location : Salon Président-Delage)

10:30-17:00 - IBM Workshops – MOBILEng / SoSAE (be confirmed according to the final number of participants. Special offer: registration to one workshop gives right to participate both. location: Salle La Rochefoucauld)

  • 10:30-13:30: MOBILEng, details to click here
  • 14:00-17:00: SoSAE, details to click here

10:30-17:30 - Tutorials (only for persons who registered)

  • Tutorial 1 (Location: Salon Berthollet)

    • Using the INCOSE SE Handbook to Engineer Complex Systems: David Walden, ESEP, Sysnovation, LLC - USA

  • Tutorial 2 (Location: Salon Laplace)

    • Building a Foundation for Continual System Engineering and Self-improvement in Complex Systems: Kirstie Bellman, Chris Landauer and Phyllis Nelson, PhD Topcy House Consulting and California State Polytechnic University – USA

17:30-18:00 – End of the Conference

  • 17:30-17:50 - Best Papers Awards and Farewell Ceremony (location: Salle La Rochefoucauld)

  • 17:50-18:30 – Farewell Cocktail (location: Hall La Rochefoucauld)