Advanced Design Concepts and Practice Workshop      

Beijing, China, November 19-21, 2017

ADCP2014

ADCP2014  
The 4th International Workshop on Advanced Design Concepts and Practice

Stuttgart, Germany, 26th September 2014

http://adcp2012.com

Bringing advanced technology and tools to product design  

Chair
Professor Dieter Roller, University of Stuttgart
Co-Chairs
Professor Michel van Tooren, Delft University of Technology
Professor Ji Linhong, Tsinghua University

Academic Committee
Professor Ashok K. Goel, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Professor Chen Li, Tsinghua University, China
Professor Chen Liping, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
Professor Dieter Roller, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Professor Giorgio Colombo, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Professor Han Xu, Hunan University, China
Dr. Hou Yuemin, Tsinghua University, China
Professor Imre Horvath, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
Professor Ji Linhong, Tsinghua University, China
Professor John Gero, University of North Carolina, USA
Professor Michel van Tooren, University of South Carolina, USA
Professor Ming Xinguo, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China
Professor Panos Y. Papalambros, University of Michigan, USA
Professor Offer Shai, Tel-Aviv University, Isreal
Dr. Sean Hanna, University College London, UK
Dr. Stephen Daniels, Dublin City University, Ireland
Dr. Stephan Rudolph, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Professor Tetsuo Tomiyama, Cranfield University, UK
Dr. Zoltan Rusak, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands



Invited speakers  Introduction Program

Prof. Giorgio Colombo, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Lecture topic: KBE and simulations: from industrial applications to health-care

Prof. Imre Horváth, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
Lecture topic: On some theoretical issues of interaction with socialized and personalized cyber-physical systems

Prof. Robert Bjärnemo, Lund University, Sweden
Lecture topic: Application-oriented research on computed-based design analysis

Dr. Stephen Daniels, Dublin City University, Ireland
Lecture topic: Plasma Etching of Nanoscale Features

Dr. Zoltán Rusák, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands
Lecture topic: Towards embodied human-system interaction based on affordances of cyber-physical systems


Workshop Managers
 MS. Leila Zehtaban, Stuttgart University 
Dr. Hou Yuemin, Tsinghua University

1. Goal and Theme
The goal of the workshop is to bring advanced theories, methods, technology and tools to the design and simulation of complex equipments and products, with a focus on computational design and evaluation methods and tools. The special workshop session ADCP2014 at INFORMATIK 2014 offers an opportunity to present the latest results and provides forum for discussion of these advancements and further work.


3. Submission
Contributions to the workshop are invited in the form of full papers and position papers (two pages), on theories, methods, tools, software, hardware, industrial examples as well as project reports of related topics. Accepted full papers will be published as an LNI volume (which will be openly available on the Web. See  http://www.gi.de/fileadmin/redaktion/Autorenrichtlinien/guidelines.pdf) for author guidelines.

4. Acceptance of submission
The submitted contributions will be blindly reviewed by the Program Committee. Authors will be informed of acceptance and/or conditions for acceptance. Before the final acceptance, you will be asked to fill in a statement that at least one author will register and participate in the workshop.

5. Registration
Attendees at the workshop need to register at INFORMATIK 2014 - Big Data. Please go to the Registration page http://www.informatik2014.de.

6. Sponsors
Stuttgart University
Tsinghua University
National Natural Science Foundation of China
Ministry of Science and Technology of the People´s Republic of China

7. Organizing institutes:
University of Stuttgart
Tsinghua University

8. Important dates
Full paper submission due:  19 May, 15th June, 2014
Authors informed of results of paper reviews: 1 25th June, 2014
Accepted revised papers due:23June, 5th July, 2014
Position paper due: 25 June, 15th, July, 2014
Authors informed of results of position paper reviews: 30 June, 2014
Workshop: September 26, 2014

9. Contact
MS. Leila Zehtaban
Institute of Computer-aided Product Development Systems
University of Stuttgart
zehtaban@iris.uni-stuttgart.de

Dr.
Hou Yuemin
Institute of Design Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Department
Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, China
Tel: 8610-62773470
Hou Yuemin: contact

Program 

Friday 26th, September 2014        8.30am-17.00pm

Time

Topics

Speakers

8.30-8.40am

Welcome and workshop opening

Chair Prof. Dieter Roller

8.40-10.00am

Session 1

On some theoretical issues of interaction with socialized and personalized cyber-physical systems

Invited presentation
Prof. Imre Horváth

Towards embodied human-system interaction based on affordances of cyber-physical systems

Invited presentation
Dr. Zoltán Rusák

Algorithms For Computational Mechanism Synthesis and Analysis

Dr. Hou Yuemin

10.00-10.30am

Coffee Break

10.30-12.00am

Session 2

 

On fast and effient Product Architecture Trades and Analysis Using Grph-based Design Language 

Invited presentation
Priv. Doz. Dr.ing Stephan Rudolph

First steps towards a mereo-operandi theory for a system feature-based architecting of cyber-physical systems

 Shahab Pourtalebi

Cooperative CAD System for Conceptual-Embodiment Design Phase of Product Design

Fariz M. Hasby

Optimizing patients’engagement by a cyber-physical rehabilitation system

Chong Li 

12.00-13.30pm

Lunch breack

13.30-15.00pm

Session 3

Plasma Etching of Nanoscale Features

Invited presentation
Dr. Stephen Daniels

Optimum function for minimum weight evaluation of structural joints

Dr. Laura Beinstein

Approach to Learning Production Rules for Grammar-Based Functional Design 

Julian Eichhof

Intelligent requirement analysis and detection for product development

Akram Chamakh

15.00-15.30pm

Coffee Break

15.30-16.50pm

Session 4

KBE and simulations from industrial applications to health-care

Invited Presentation
Prof. Giorgio Colombo

Process Modelling for Development and Production Control

Erik Engesser

The Pipeline from CAD to Virtual Reality in VISIONAIR Project

Stefano Gagliardo

16.50-17.00pm

Closing Remarks

Dr. Hou Yuemin


 

Introduction to Chairs
 


Professor Dieter Roller
Director of the Institute of Computer-aided Product Development
University of Stuttgart


Prof. Dr. Dieter Roller
 holds the position of director of the Institute of Computer-aided Product Development at the University of Stuttgart. He is full professor and chair of computer science fundamentals. Additionally he has been awarded the distinction as an honorary professor of the University of Kaiserslautern and also serves as member of the board of trustees of the Technische Akademie Esslingen.

He is chairman of several national and international working groups and former president of the ISATA forum, one of the world-wide largest technological associations, and also the leader of the experts group “Computer Graphics in Engineering - GRIB” of the German computer science society "Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V.". Furthermore he is organiser and chairman of symposia, congresses and workshops in the field of product development and automation. Professor Roller serves as reviewer for several scientific organisations as well as for the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Science and Research for project grants. He is also reviewer for well-known scientific journals and member of several national and international program committees.

As former research and development manager with world-wide responsibility for CAD-technology within an international computer company, he gathered a comprehensive industrial experience. He is the inventor of several patents and is well-known through numerous technical talks in countries all over the world, 71 published books and over 180 contributions to journals and proceedings books.

With his wealth of experience, he also serves as a technology consultant to various high-tech companies. 

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Professor Michel Van Tooren
Professor and Director Aerospace Studies, Mechanical Engineering Department
University of South Carolina, USA
Professor Michel van Tooren obtained his PhD at Delft University on Composite Fuselage Design in 1998. After positions as researcher and assistant professor at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, he became full professor Systems Integration Aircraft in 2002. In 2010 he accepted a job in industry as manager New Concept Development at Fokker Aerostructures BV. He combineed this with a part-time appointment as professor Systems Integration Aircraft at the section Flight Performance and Propulsion of the Delft University of Technology. In addition he is member of the scientific board of the NLR (Netherlands Aerospace Laboratories), member of the Technical Committee Multi-disciplinary Design and Optimization, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Prof. Michel van Tooren currently holds the position of professor of Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering and Computing of University of South Carolina, USA. Dr. Van Tooren's research interest include Design Automation, Knowledge Based Engineering, Alternative aircraft concepts, Composite aircraft fuselages, Aircraft Certification, Systems Engineering and Road vehicle aerodynamics.

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Professor Ji Linhong
Associate Dean of Mechanical Engineering Department 
Tsinghua University

Professor Ji Linhong obtained his Ph.D at Tokyo University and BSc and MSc at Tsinghua University. He is the associate Dean of the Department of Precision Department & Mechanology at Tsinghua University. His research focuses on simulation and dynamics of Equipment, technology.He has published more than 150 papers and holds more than 20 patents on rehabilitation robots and mechanical devices. The research topics include the complication of mechanical system and human-robot combined system and the design, through characteristic extraction, variables modeling, performance analysis, and design optimization, to fulfill function, performance, reliability realization on real target. Related projects: 1) “Hard X-Ray Modulation telescope HXMT” project; 2) “Kinetic Analysis and Experiment technologies of Complicated Spacecraft” project ; 3) “Design and Analysis of Car Load System” project;4) the “Analysis, Evaluation, and Optimization of KT-1PS Small Satellite” project. 5) “Multi-Subjects Design Theory and technique Research on Multi-Functional Mechanism of Satellite” project (Aerospace fund project). 

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