Model-based system engineering at SECESA 2018

The space industry’s main forum for systems and concurrent engineering is taking place on September 26-28 in Glasgow, United Kingdom. This year, the conference converges model-based system engineering and the transition to digital.

Wednesday, October 26

SESION 1: DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION IN SPACE

Chair: Yolande Martinet (Airbus Defence & Space, France)

9:30       Introduction and Welcome Speech. Massimo Bandecchi, European Space Agency (ESA).

09:10     Introduction and Welcome Speech. Massimiliano Vasile, University of Strathclyde.

09:20     Introduction and Welcome Speech. Andrew Heyes, University of Strathclyde.

09:30     Impacts of the digital transformation on 0 / A / B1 phases, current status and perspectives. Gérald Garcia, Thales Alenia Space France.

09:50     Enabling concurrent engineering for complex system with innovative data ecosystem from feasibility to development and exploitation phases. Alain Huet, Ariane Group.

10:10     Toward a Digital Platform for Spacecraft Manufacturing. Philipp Matthias Schäfer, DLR German Aerospace Center Germany.

10:30     MARVL - Model Based Requirements Verification Lifecycle. Sam Gerené, RHEA Group.

11:05     KeyNote Speech. Reclaiming Your Inner Geek: Systems Engineering Lessons from Safety Culture and Computer Science. Steven Jenkins, Jet Propulsion Laboratory United States.

11:35     Revisit of requirement management in a model centric process for phases 0 / A / B1. Gérald Garcia, Thales Alenia Space France.

11:55     IDM Applications: a new paradigm to design parametric models in a collaborative environment Jean-luc Le Gal, CNES France.

12:15      Tale of Two Models: Using Concurrent Engineering and MBSE to Develop AeroCube 10. Rob Stevens, The Aerospace Corporation United States.

13:35     Integrated Mission Design using satsearch. Sam Gerené, RHEA Group.

13:55     A survey of Augmented Reality use in the Concurrent Design Facility. Robin Biesbroek, ESA

14:15     Multi-disciplinary Collaborative Simulation System for Launch Vehicle Design. Jinghua Liu, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics China.

 

SESION 2 – POSTER SESSION ELEVATOR PITCHES

Chair: Adina Cotuna (ESA)

 

SESSION 3 - DIGITAL ENGINEERING & MBSE: APPLICATIONS AND PLANS

Chair: Gérald Garcia (Thales Alenia Space)

15:25     Implementation Strategy of Model-Based Systems Engineering at JAXA. Matsuaki Kato, JAXA.

15:35     MBSE Best Practices for ESA Projects. Hans-Peter de Koning, ESA.

15:45     Data-driven Systems Engineering: Turning MBSE into Industrial Reality. Louise Lindblad, Valispace.

15:55     JAXA’s MBSE Methodology and its Application to an Astronomical Observation Mission. Nasa Yoshioka, JAXA.

16:05     MBSE for MSR - Introducing MBSE to Early Phase Mission Design for Mars Sample Return. Jakob Huesing, ESA.

 

WORLD CAFÈ - DIGITAL ENGINEERING & MBSE: APPLICATIONS AND PLANS

16:15 Round 1.

16:45 Round 2.

17:15 World Cafè Resume by Moderators.

17:45 Day 1 Conclusions.

19:00 Glasgow City Hall - Speech from Local Authorities & Welcome Reception

 

Thursday, October 27

SESSION 4 - INTERACTIVE DEMOS SESSION ELEVATOR PITCHES

Chair: Jakob Huesing (ESA)

09:00    

1. CDP4 – An industrial Open Source ECSS-E-TM10-25A Implementation. Sam Gerené, RHEA Group.

2. Next Generation Space Components Database for Real Time Concurrent Design. Zack Bodinger, Space-point.

3. Model Hub – MBSE Sharing platform. Alex Vorobiev, RHEA Group.

4.  System Manager (COSM 1.2) features and usage in railways and automotive sectors. Andrea Tosetto, Blue Engineering.

5. Concurrent design practices for enhanced security of space systems. Matteo Merialdo, RHEA Group.

6. Artificial Intelligence for Early Design of Space Missions in support of Concurrent Engineering sessions. Francesco Murdaca, University of Strathclyde.

7. CDP4 Additional Software Development: Matlab Application for Database Interactions. Nikita Veliev, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technique.

8. A prototype tool for the robust design optimization of space missions. Mariapia Marchi, Esteco Spa Italy.

9. Nexus: a design optimization and process integration solution. Luca Lanzi, iChrome Italy.

 

SESSION 5 - SYSTEMS & CONCURRENT ENGINEERING METHODOLOGY EVOLUTION & TRENDS

Chair: Takashi Ohtani (JAXA)

09:30     How do you go from a mission concept idea to a NASA selected mission? Formulating the Psyche Discovery Mission with JPL’s Concurrent Engineering Teams. Kelley Case, Jet Propulsion Laboratory United States

09:50     A Through-life, Integrated and Concurrent Engineering Methodology for the Responsive Development of Large and Complex Space Systems. Luciano Pollice. Sapienza University of Rome, Italy.

10:10     Knowledge-Based Information Extraction from Datasheets of Space Parts. Francesco Murdaca, University of Strathclyde.

 

SESSION 5 - SYSTEMS & CONCURRENT ENGINEERING METHODOLOGY EVOLUTION & TRENDS

Chair: Kelley Case (NASA - Jet Propulsion Laboratory)

11:05     Responsiveness: New value creation approach for Earth Observation mission and the introduction of a Japanese program as an implementation example. Seiko Shirasaka, JAXA.

11:25     Rapid, Comprehensive, Mission Architecting at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Alfred Nash Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology.

11:45     The challenges of designing space systems in the context of System-of-Systems Application. Benoit Pigneur, University College London, United Kingdom

12:05     Multi-stakeholder Negotiation Space Exploration: A Concurrent design methodology to effectively guiding group decision making to balanced preliminary design solution. Loris Franchi, Politecnico Di Torino, Italy.

 

SESSION 5 - SYSTEMS & CONCURRENT ENGINEERING METHODOLOGY EVOLUTION & TRENDS

Chair: Massimo Bandecchi (ESA)

13:45     Towards a Conceptual Data Model for Fault Detection, Isolation and Recovery in Virtual Satellite. Sascha Müller, German Aerospace Center Germany.

14:05     D-CDF: Adapting ESA's Concurrent Design Facility for use in the Defence Sector. James White, Defence Innovation Greenhouse.

14:25     Launching Concurrent Design into the superyacht world. Michel Wit, Feadship.

15:40     Low cost space mission trends and approaches in early design phases. Giorgio Cifani, ESA

16:00     Costing at the Speed of Light: How Your Concurrent Engineering Design Team Can Bootstrap Your Organizations Programmatic Capabilities. Jairus Hihn, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology.

 

INTERACTIVE DEMOS / POSTER SESSION / TOOLS EXHIBITION (PARALLEL)

16:20     CDP4 – An industrial Open Source ECSS-E-TM10-25A Implementation. Sam Gerené, RHEA Group. 16:40    Next Generation Space Components Database for Real Time Concurrent Design. Zack Bodinger,

Space-point.

17:00     The Strathclyde Space Systems Database: A New Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment Tool for the Design of Next Generation Green Space Systems. Andrew Wilson, University of Strathclyde.

17:20     Model Hub – MBSE Sharing platform. Alex Vorobiev, RHEA Group.

 

INTERACTIVE DEMOS (Room 4)

16:20     Artificial Intelligence for Early Design of Space Missions in support of Concurrent Engineering sessions. Francesco Murdaca, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom.

16:40     A prototype tool for the robust design optimisation of space missions. Mariapia Marchi, Esteco Spa Italy.

17:00     CDP4 Additional Software Development: Matlab Application for Database Interactions. Nikita Veliev, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technique Russian Federation.

17:20     Collaborative System Manager (COSM 1.2) features and usage in railways and automotive sectors. Andrea Tosetto, Blue Engineering Italy.

 

INTERACTIVE DEMOS (CDF Room)

16:20     Concurrent design practices for enhanced security of space systems. Matteo Merialdo, RHEA Group.

17:05     Nexus: a design optimisation and process integration solution. Luca Lanzi, iChrome Italy

 

16:20 - 18:00 POSTER SESSION / TOOLS EXHIBITION (Foyer)

18:00     Transfer to Aperitif and Gala Dinner

Sponsored by RHEA Group

 

 

Friday, October 28

SESSION 6 - CONCURRENT ENGINEERING - ACADEMIC PERSPECTIVES

Chair: Javier Cubas (Universidad Politécnica De Madrid, Spain)

09:00     CDF as a tool for space engineering master’s student collaboration and concurrent design learning. Juan Bermejo, Instituto Ignacio da Riva (IDR/UPM) Spain.

09:20     The Spanish contribution to the 1st ESA Concurrent Engineering Challenge: design of the Moon Explorer and Observer of Water-ice (MEOW) mission. Javier Cubas Universidad Politécnica De Madrid, Spain.

09:40     Overview and Results of the Inaugural ESA Concurrent Engineering Workshop Dedicated to CubeSats and the Subsequent Applications and Implementation for a University CubeSat Design Project. Lucas Brewster, Carleton University Canada.

10:00     ESA Academy ‘s Concurrent Engineering Workshops. Johan Vennekens, Telespazio Vega UK on behalf of ESA.

10:20     Introducing the Australian National Concurrent Design Facility – UNSW Canberra’s end-to-end mission design tool. Jan-Christian Meyer, UNSW Canberra Australia.

 

SESSION 7 - CONCURRENT ENGINEERING - STATUS & PLANS

Chair: Carlos Corral van Damme (ESA)

10:55     Review on Concurrent Design practice in the space sector. Dominik Knoll, Skoltech

11:15     You work with me the way you talk to me – Team dynamics and team building exercise. Adina Cotuna, ESA.

11:35     The devil is in the details: lessons learned from operations for Phase 0 studies. Xavier Collaud, ESA.

11:55     Considerations and first steps towards the implementation of Concurrent Engineering in later project phases. Antonio Martelo Gómez German, Aerospace Center (DLR) Germany.

13:25     KeyNote Speech. From Design by Analysis to Design by Robust Optimisation and Beyond. Massimiliano Vasile, University of Strathclyde United Kingdom.

 

SESSION 8 – FUTURE TRENDS IN ENGINEERING DESIGN

Chair: Annalisa Riccardi (University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom)

13:55     Improved Collaborative Optimization for Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Problems. Edmondo Minisci, University of Strathclyde.

14:15     A Microservice-Based Multi-Cluster Computation Platform for Space Mission Design. Huang Xinxing, Beihang University China.

14:35     Robust Design Optimisation of Dynamical Space Systems. Gianluca Filippi, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom.

14:55     Phased mission system reliability with imprecise mission timing. Daniel Krpelik, Durham University, United Kingdom.

15:15     Sensitivity Analysis Tool for Complex Space Missions Using Machine Learning. Yuzhu Zhang, National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences.

 

14:00     Round Table - Teaching Concurrent Engineering at Universities

ROUND TABLE CONCLUSIONS

Chair: Diego Escorial (ESA)

 

15:35     Round Table - Teaching Concurrent Engineering at Universities.

15:45     Wrap-Up & Conference Conclusions.

16:15     End of SECESA 2018.

 

 

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