SDM 2015 : Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2015
Call For Papers
Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2015
12th - 14th April 2015 Seville, Spain
----New Invited Sessions have been added! Please see here:
The Sustainable Design and Manufacturing 2015 (SDM15) conference will encompass both theoretical and applied research in a series of topic areas applicable to sustainable design and manufacturing. SDM15 consists of keynote talks, invited sessions and workshops. It will
also provide excellent opportunities for networking. A full peer reviewed set of conference proceedings will be produced while selected publications may be identified for inclusion in appropriate special issues of international journals.
The conference will focus on these key areas:
TRACK 1: Sustainable Products & Processes
Eco-design and eco-innovation, closed-loop design, design for environment/sustainability, environmentally conscious manufacturing processes and products, energy, resource management and efficiency, sustainable manufacturing processes, re-manufacturing, recycling and design for assembly/disassembly.
TRACK 2: Sustainable Manufacturing Systems and Enterprises
Product life cycle management, end-of-life strategies, energy management & efficiency improvement of manufacturing systems, predictive maintenance & service for sustainable manufacturing, green supply chains, green logistics, sustainable business models, sustainable
factory, societal impact of manufacturing systems, policy aspects of sustainable manufacturing.
TRACK 3: Decision Support Tools for Sustainability
Life cycle assessment of manufacturing processes & products, intelligent decision support for sustainable manufacturing, virtual & collaborative environments for sustainability, user/consumer behavioural models, information management/product life cycle management, prognostics, intelligent decision support for sustainable manufacturing including expert systems, knowledge-based systems, knowledge discovery & data mining, knowledge representation & management, pervasive sensing, context-aware systems, mobile computing & systems,
machine learning, virtual reality, intelligent information management.
Application areas may include; design, manufacturing, assembly, industrial control, inspection, monitoring & planning, modelling and simulation, fault diagnosis, environmental monitoring, production planning & control, logistics & supply chain management, factory automation, robotics, automotive, aerospace & medical manufacturing, human factors, economics, etc.
Professor Paul Maropoulos
Head of LIMA, Editor of Journal of Engineering Manufacture
University of Bath, UK
Title of Talk: Design Verification in the Context of the Light Controlled Factory
Prof. Jorge Posada
VICOMTECH IK4 Research Centre
San Sebastian / Donostia, Spain
Title of Talk: Industry 4.0 and industrial internet influence in Sustainable Design and Manufacturing
Prof. Takashi Maeno
Dean, Graduate School of System Design and Management
Keio University, Japan
Title of Talk: Sustainable Design of Products and Services for Human Well-being
Prof. Dr. I. S. Jawahir
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and Director, Institute for Sustainable Manufacturing (ISM)
University of Kentucky, USA
Title of Talk: Metrics-based Sustainability Evaluation for Improved Product/Process Design, Innovation and Sustainable Value Creation
INVITED SESSIONS AND WORKSHOPS
An invited session consists of a presentation session of 6 to 12 or more papers on a specific conference topic, organised as half or full day mini-conference. We invite senior scientists who have a special interest in a specific conference topic to take responsibility for an invited session, gathering papers from a range of research expertise around the world. If you would like to arrange an Invited Session please contact Prof. Rossi Setchi at Setchi@cardiff.ac.uk and include: firstname.lastname@example.org as a CC.
Here is a list added so far:
IS01: Sustainable Business Models and Value Networks
IS02: Sustainability of Additive Manufacturing
IS03: Energy efficient manufacturing systems
IS04: Design Verification in the Context of the Light Controlled Factory
IS05: Knowledge networking via social media for sustainable supply chains
IS06: Sustainable Supply Chains
IS07: Redistributed Manufacturing for a Sustainable Circular Economy
Few Spanish cities can boast as much history, interesting monuments and charming places as Seville, the Andalusian city crossed by the river Guadalquivir. The importance of the city and the passage of various civilizations over the centuries have left a rich legacy. The historic district is a wonderful area to visit. Stroll through its streets brimming with charm and history. Visit the Plaza de España, La Giralda, the Alcazar, the Torre del Oro, the Triana neighbourhood and the bullring, among others. If we combine the character of its
people, good weather and rich cuisine, Seville becomes a wonderful and must-visit city.
Dates and Deadlines
Submission of papers: 15 December 2014 - DEADLINE EXTENDED
Notification of acceptance: 1 February 2015
Final paper to be uploaded by: 1 March 2015
Proposal for Invited Sessions/Workshops: As soon as possible
Session/Workshop Chair sets submission deadlines
Final paper to be received by: 1 March 2015
General Conference Co-Chairs
Ignacio Eguia Salinas, University of Seville, Spain
Rossi Setchi, Cardiff University, UK
Robert J. Howlett, Bournemouth University, UK
Jesus Racero, University of Seville, Spain
Chair of the Organising Committee
Jose Carlos Molina, University of Seville, Spain
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