• Journée du 28 janvier à l’Université de technologie de Troyes,

    Journée prospective

    Organisée par l’Institut Charles Delaunay et l’Institut Services et Industrie du Futur de Troyes dans le cadre du GDR MACS et avec le soutien et la contribution

    De l’AFAV, de l’AFIS, du GIS S.Mart, de l’association SAGIP, du réseau EcoSD, et avec la participation de l’INRIA et du CNRS



    Le Mardi 28 janvier 2020 à l’Université de technologie de Troyes, amphi N101

    Tuesday the 28th of january 2020, Université de technologie de Troyes, amphi N101

    Il n’y a pas de frais d’inscription / There is no inscription fees.

    Pour plus d’information sur les possibilités de logement et l’accès à l’Université de Technologie de Troyes, les renseignements sont disponibles sur le site du workshop PUBLIER qui a lieu au même endroit à partir du lendemain https://publier2020.sciencesconf.org/

    For further information on accommodations and access to Université de Technologie de Troyes, information is available on the website for PUBLIER workshop which takes place in the same place, the following days https://publier2020.sciencesconf.org/

    Intervenants / Speakers

    Prof. A. Bernard, 60, graduated in 82, PhD in 89, was associate-Professor, from 90 to 96 in Centrale Paris. From Sept.
    96 to Oct. 01, he was Professor in CRAN, Nancy I, in the “Integrated Design and Manufacturing” team. Since 0ct. 01,
    he has been Professor at Centrale Nantes and Dean for Research from 07 to 12. He is researcher in LS2N laboratory
    (UMR CNRS 6004) leading the “Systems Engineering –Products-Processes-Performances” team. His research topics
    are KM, PLM, information system modeling, interoperability, enterprise modeling, systems performance assessment,
    virtual engineering, and additive manufacturing. He supervised more than 30 PhD students. He published more than
    150 papers in refereed international journals and books. He is vice-President of AFPR (French Association on Rapid
    prototyping and Additive Manufacturing) since 1993, vice-chairman of WG5.1 of IFIP (Global Product Development
    for the whole product lifecycle) and fellow member of CIRP, also Chairman of the CIRP Collaborative Working Group
    on Additive Manufacturing that involves the ten Scientific and technical Committees of CIRP. In 2018, he has been
    elected Fellow member of the French National Academy of Technologies.
    Amaresh Chakrabarti is a Senior Professor and current Chairman for Centre for Product Design & Manufacturing, Indian
    Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore. He has a PhD (Engineering Design, Univ. of Cambridge, UK) and he led for 10 years the
    Design Synthesis group at EPSRC CoE Engineering Design Centre at Univ. of Cambridge. His interests are in synthesis,
    creativity, sustainability, and informatics. He published 14 6ooks, over 300 peer-reviewed articles, and has 11 patents
    granted/pending. He co-authored DRM, a methodology used widely as framework for design research. He was on Advisory
    Board and Board of Management of the Design Society; member of the CII Design Council India; He founded IDeASLab –
    India’s first Design Observatory, and India’s first Smart factory Lab. He is the current Editor-in-Chief for AI EDAM Journal
    (Cambridge Univ. Press) and serves editorial board for several other journals.
    Reid Lifset’s research and teaching focus on industrial ecology, the study of the environmental consequences of
    production and consumption. He is a resident fellow in industrial ecology and editor-in-chief of the Journal of
    Industrial Ecology, an international peer-reviewed bi-monthly headquartered at, and owned by Yale University and
    published by Wiley-Blackwell. In addition, he is associate director of the Industrial Environmental Management
    Program. Reid Lifset’s research focuses on the application of industrial ecology to novel problems and research areas
    and the evolution of extended producer responsibility (EPR). He is also currently investigating the global life cycle of
    metals and the environmental implications of a shift to bio-based materials and fuels. He serves on the Science
    Advisory Board of the U.S. EPA and is a member of the governing council of the International Society for Industrial
    Ecology (ISIE) and the editorial advisory board for the Springer book series on Eco-efficiency in Industry & Science.
    Although Chris McMahon is retired from full-time work, he has visiting roles at the Engineering Design and Product
    Development section of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark as a Guest
    Professor, and at the University of Bristol as a Senior Research Fellow and Associate Teacher. In his early career as an
    engineer, he worked in the railway industry and with a consulting engineering company specializing in IC engines. He
    teaches and researches in engineering design and design informatics. He is interested in many aspects of design and
    computing, in particular how computer aids can assist design in the organization and management of the information
    used in design, and in design for a sustainable future. He is expert in design education, design research and computer-
    aided design, serving on several editorial boards and as President of the Design Society from 2011 to 2013.

    9h30-10h – café d’accueil / welcome
    10h-12h30 – 30 minutes de présentation par intervenants / 30 minutes of presentation by speakers
    12h30-13h30 – buffet dinatoire / lunch
    13h30-16h30 – Table ronde – réactions des intervenants sur les présentations du matin, animée Par Nadège Troussier ; puis échange avec la salle / Debate – first, among the speakers moderated by Nadège Troussier ; afterwards, debate with all participants
    16h30 – 17h – Synthèse et clôture / Synthesis and closure
    17h – 17h30 – Goûter avant le départ / Break before departures