Complexity & Design Workshop at ECCS13
"Many complex systems are man-made. In the sense of Herbert Simon they are artificial systems, and DESIGNED. Design is an essential part of the science of complex systems."
“To survive and prosper in a complex economic environment businesses and the public sector must develop ADAPTIVE and RESILIENT capabilities. Since these capabilities are properties of complex systems, it follows that we have to design complexity into business and social processes”.
Bjorn Madsen, LEGO, Denmark Professor Daniel Krob, Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France
Professor Mike Batty, University College London, UK Professor Doyne Farmer, University of Oxford, UK
08:45 Registration & Coffee
09:00 Motivation and welcome to Complexity and Design (Chair Jeff Johnson)
09:15 George Rzevski: Seven Criteria of Complexity and Organisational Design
09:45 Petr Skobelev: Complexity Science and Design of Adaptive Project Management Systems
10:15 Claudia Eckert: Visions for Complexity and Design
10:45 Sylvie Ochelli: Anticipation in Planning and Policy
11:00 Coffee in the room
11:30 Jeff Johnson: Policy Design: a new domain in design research
11:45 Doyne Farmer: Complexity and Design
12:00 Mike Batty: Complexity, Environment and Planning
12:15 Bjorn Madsen: Complexity Science and Design of Adaptive Supply Chains
12:45 Daniel Krob, Elements of Systems Architecture
13:15 Discussion: the future of complexity, design, management and innovation.
World Trade Centre - Room S11
Complex Systems Design & Management (CSD&M) 2013
Complex Systems Design & Management (CSD&M) 2013 is an international academic-industrial conference dedicated to all academic researchers and industrial actors working on complex industrial systems engineering.
The meeting takes place on December 4-6 in Paris