CSD&M 2012 : 3rd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMPLEX SYSTEMS DESIGN & MANAGEMENT
Call For Papers
CALL FOR PAPERS # 1
The management of large-scale complex industrial systems has a considerable
strategic importance for an important number of enterprises (most notably
in Europe and North America). This spawned the relatively new academic
field of "system architecture & engineering", producing a body of research
that allows engineers to manage the increasing complexity of the technical
systems they design. By its very nature, this field is at the interface
between industry and academia, and requires its practitioners to be well
versed in industrial application-related as well as theoretical knowledge.
The ambition of the CSDM conference is to be the meeting point for the
industrial and academic environments working in the design and management
of complex industrial systems.
• Optional abstract pre-submission deadline: April 6, 2012
• Submission deadline: April 20, 2012
• Acceptance notice for industrial contribution: June 15, 2012
• Acceptance notice for academic contribution: June 29, 2012
• Final version submission deadline: August 31, 2012
• Conference: December 12-14, 2012
• "Best papers" awards: December 14, 2012
SUBMISSION PROCEDURE AND BEST PAPERS AWARDS
As the CSDM conference is both industrial and academic, there will be two
different submission procedures according to the type of submitted
contributions: industrial submissions and scientific submissions.
Selected papers will be presented by their authors either on the format
of a 30 minutes talk or as a poster during a special session.
The program committee is pleased to inform you of the following awards
for the best CSDM 2011 papers in 2 categories: 1 prize of 2.000€ for
the best academic or industrial paper and 1 prize of 1.000€ for the best
For more details, see http://www.csdm2012.csdm.fr/-Submission-.html.
•Industrial domains: Transport constructors & operators, Defense &
security, Electronics & robotics, Energy & environment, Health & welfare
services, Media & communications, Software & e-services.
•Scientific and technical topics: Systems fundamentals, Systems modelling,
Systems architecture, Systems engineering, Industrial projects, Systems
metrics, Systems quality, Systemic tools.
•Systems types: Embedded systems, Transportation systems, Software systems,
Information systems, Systems of systems, Artificial eco-systems.
More information can be found on the conference website: