CfP: Self-X and Autonomous Control in Mechatronics and Production

INDIN 2010 - Special Session
8th IEEE International Conference on Industrial Informatics
Call for Papers
Self-X and Autonomous Control in Mechatronics and Production
(July 13-16, 2010, Osaka, Japan)
Submission Deadline January 15, 2010
We apologize for cross postings!
The increasing of adoption of methods from computational intelligence,
biologically inspired computing,and optimization in engineering
discipline such as mechatronics
or production enables the development of a new class of autonomous
systems. These systems often posses abilities which are best describe
by the phrase
Self-X:Self-Optimization, Self-Coordination, Self-Healing, Self-Repair
and many more.
These properties have in common that they shift decision making from
humans to the technical systems. This shift has two possible benefits.
First, decision made during
the design of the system can be delayed until operation and thus the
system is able to react more flexible to different application
requirements. Second, the human effort
in managing such systems can be reduced and the corresponding systems
are more cost-efficient.This special session is dedicated to this new
type of Systems in the area of
mechatronic systems and production systems.
Applications of Self-X and Autonomous Control
* Robotics
* Production Systems
Supply Chain Management
Algorithms and Methods for Self-X and Autonomous Control
* Autonomous Planning and Scheduling
Agent-Based Systems, Multiagent-System, Holonic Control Systems
* Modelling uncertainty, Optimization and Planning under uncertainty
Multi-Objective and Multi-Criteria Optimization
* Machine Learning
Identification of noisy data
* Biologically inspired Methods: Ant-Based Optimization, Artificial
Immune Systems, etc.
Platform Technologies for Self-X and Autonomous Control
Reconfigurable Hardware
* System Software for Self-X and Autonomous Control
Distributed Control
* Flexible Resource Management in Embedded Systems
Self-Healing Embedded Systems
Design Methodologies
* Reference Processes for Product Design
Formal Verification
* System Validation
Design Methodologies for safe and reliable systems
* Solution Pattern for Self-X and Autonomous Control
Prospective participants are requested to electrically submit full
papers of their work
(6 pages) following the instructions available on the INDIN 2010
http //indin2010 ist osaka ac jp/inde html
Please submit your Full Paper until January 15, 2010 on
http://ieee ies org/submit/indin10/
January 15, 2010 Deadline for Special Session Papers
February 16, 2010 Acceptance Notification
April 20, 2010 Final papers for publication
July 13-16, 2010,8th IEEE International Conference on Industrial
Dangelmaier, Wilhelm Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Germany
De Jong, Steven Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Donoth, J=F6rg Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Germany
Frank, Ursula Beckhoff Automation, Germany
Freudenberg, Reinhard Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production
Engineering of RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Gans, Jan Erik Daimler AG, Germany
Gausemeier, J=FCrgen Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Germany
Hahn, Martin iXtronics GmbH, Germany
Hirsch, Martin Fraunhofer Institute for Software and Systems
Engineering ISST, Germany
Kaiser, Ingo Miele & Cie. KG, Germany
Kl=F6pper, Benjamin DAAD Researcher, National Institute of Informatics,
Low, Cheng Yee Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia
Mahajan, Kiran R. Toyota Motor Company, Belgium
Ober-Bl=F6baum, Sina University of Paderborn, Germany
Porrmann, Mario Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Germany
Rammig, Franz Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Cooperative Computing &
Communication Laboratory (C-LAB), Germany
Sachenbacher, Martin TU M=FCnchen, Germany
For further information about Self-X see
formatting link
contact the special session organizers:
Heinz Nixdorf
University of Paderborn,
Phone: +49 5251
Dr. Benjamin Kl=F6pper
DAAD Researcher
National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo,
Phone: +81 3-4212-2596
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