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Sessions plénières

Plenary session: « From linear economy short-term techno-centered to a long term interconnected ecology »

Guy A. Boy, Ph.D., is University Professor and Director of the Human- Centered Design Institute and Ph.D. & Master’s Programs at the Florida Institute of Technology, IPA Chief Scientist for Human-Centered Design at NASA Kennedy Space Center and a Senior Research Scientist at the Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition (IHMC). He is member of the Scientific Committee of the SESAR program (Single European Sky for Air Traffic Management Research). He was the Chair of the 2012 ISU (International Space University) SSP (Space Studies Program) FIT/NASA- KSC local organizing committee. He is Adjunct Professor at the École Polytechnique in Paris (Comasic Master). He was the President and Chief Scientist of the European Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Engineering (EURISCO). He co-founded EURISCO in 1992, and managed it since its creation to its closing in 2008. Engineer and cognitive scientist, he received his Doctorate in 1980 from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace (ISAE-SUPAERO: The French Aerospace Institute of Technology), his Professorship Habilitation (HDR) from Pierre and Marie Curie’s University (Paris VI), and his Full Professorship Qualifications in Computer Science and Psychology. Boy actively participated to the introduction of cognitive engineering in France and its development worldwide. He was the co-founder in 2004 of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Cognitique (ENSC), a cognitive engineering program at the University of Bordeaux. He is the editor the French handbook of cognitive engineering, and the Handbook of Human-Machine Interaction (Ashgate, UK) in 2011. His most recent book is Orchestrating Human-Centered Design (Springer, UK, 2013). Elected Fellow of the Air and Space Academy in 2006, he is a senior member of the ACM (Executive Vice-Chair of ACM-SIGCHI from 1995 to 1999) and INCOSE. 



Plenary session: « Ingénierie circulaire des grands systèmes socio-techniques : de la modélisation à la maîtrise de la complexité»

Dominique Luzeaux (Ecole Polytechnique 87, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Techniques Avancées 89, Doctorat de l’Université Paris XI 91, Habilitation à diriger les recherches 01) a exercé au sein du Ministère de la Défense des activités d’expertise et d’encadrement dans les domaines de la robotique, des systèmes d’observation et de renseignement, des systèmes d’information, de l’ingénierie système. Il a été directeur de l’armement terrestre de 2009 à 2013 et est actuellement directeur adjoint de la Direction Interarmées pour les réseaux d’infrastructure et les systèmes d’information.

Outre des activités d’encadrement de thèses, il a écrit une dizaine d’ouvrages en français et en anglais sur les nanotechnologies, les systèmes de systèmes et l’ingénierie système, et enseigne ces problématiques dans plusieurs écoles d’ingénieur et en formation continue.

Président de l’Association Française de l’Ingénierie Système de 2009 à 2013, il a reçu en 2006 le Prix Ingénieur Général Chanson pour ses travaux en robotique militaire.



Plenary session: « System of modelling & simulation capabilities to support the architecture convergence of a complex mechanical system: the aircraft »

Pascal Gendre : Engineering Degree from Ecole Polytechnique (82); PhD in fluid mechanics (CFD) at SupAéro (88) (followed by Post doctor in CFD, at CERFACS).

Jobs & accountabilities at AIRBUS which I joined end 2000:

- Head of Programmes & Simulators Engineering, Department of Engineering and Training Simulators.

- Aerodynamic Domain: coordinator of large European project dedicated to integrated CFD (from ONERA, DLR & ARA solutions).

- Architect - Integrator Centre of Competence: head of the Common Virtual Bird project dedicated to enhance Modelling & Simulation in all Engineering Centres.

- Strategy, Process, Method & Tool Centre of Competence:

  • Contribution to the Virtual Aircraft initiative
  • Project Leader in charge of developing the System of Multidisciplinary Trade-Off Capabilities due to enable A/C Architecture Convergence.

All in all this makes 24 years of experience in Modelling & Simulation, forming now a multidisciplinary knowledge and skill in this field. My core competence is more on the business side, identifying what engineering processes need to be efficiently supported and what capability to put in front of the need.





           Associated publishers : 
« Logistique & Management » (revue officielle de l’AIRL) - , for French articles,
« Supply Chain Forum: an International Journal » , for English articles.