Conference

March 26th to 27th, 2020
Workshops

March 24th to 25th, 2020
  • Workshop & special session proposals:
    October 31st, 2019 (ws-chair@i-esa.org)
  • Acceptance notification: November 20th, 2019
  • Workshop draft papers: January 15th, 2020
  • Workshop final papers: April 17th, 2020
  • Download Instructions
Extended versions of selected articles (of the conference) will be considered for possible publication in "Computers in Industry".

About I-ESA 2020

 

CONFERENCE March 26th to 27th 2020

The I-ESA conference connects the world's leading researchers and practitioners of enterprise interoperability and related domains, including interoperability aspects of enterprise systems and application. It joins new business models, smart services, IoT and Cloud technologies. All these current and future technologies cannot work smoothly without interoperability. I-ESA will be an outstanding opportunity to exchange experiences and business ideas between researchers, service providers, entrepreneurs and industrial stakeholders throw research papers. The Conference welcomes submissions of full papers in the scope of the conference. The maximum paper length is 10 pages. Accepted papers will be published in "Enterprise Interoperability IX (2020)". It will be indexed in Web of Science (WoS) in the "Conference Proceedings Citation Index- Science" which is inside the "Web of Science Core Collection", and in SCOPUS.

Industry 4.0, smart cities, Internet of Things, big data, digital transformation are the main paradigms and technologies of the ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE ERA. This ERA requires a foundation for seamless and secure communication called “interoperability”. Moreover, the cooperation between different organizations such as manufactures, service providers, government requires intelligent “Enterprise Interoperability” as well as applications and systems. I-ESA 2020 is a forum where industry and research worlds meet and share experience, ideas and challenges on all aspects of enterprise systems interoperability and Artificial intelligence.

Invited industrials:
AIRBUS, ALSTOM, ALTRAN, DAHER, TARMAC, ...

Workshops March 24th to 25th 2020

The Doctoral Symposium is an opportunity for students involved in the preparation of their PhD in any area of Interoperability for Enterprise Systems and Applications to interactively discuss their research issues and ideas with senior researchers and receive constructive feedback from members of the research community. PhD students will present their thesis topic, the work they have performed so far and the results that they have obtained. Besides scientific matters, students will also have the opportunity to seek advice on various aspects of completing their PhD and performing research.


Workshops list

  • A Future Vision of Flexible Configurable Manufacturing in a Digitised World
    • Proposed by: Bob Young, Andy West, Gash Bhullar, Frank-Walter Jaekel
    • Organisation and email of first proposer: University Loughborough (r.i.young@lboro.ac.uk)
  • Interoperability for Crisis Management: Increasing Organizational Resilience (ICRIM 2020)
    • Proposed by: Antonio De Nicola, Frederick Benaben
    • Organisation and email of first proposer: ENEA Research, Italy (antonio.denicola@enea.it)
  • Industrial Ontology Foundry (IOF) – achieving data interoperability
    • Proposed by: Dimitris Kiritsis, J Neil Otte
    • Organisation and email of first proposer: Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (dimitris.kiritsis@epfl.ch)
  • Challenges of enterprise interoperability in industry
  • Pathways towards a Modelling and Architecture Language for Interoperable Cyber-Physical Systems
    • Proposed by: Georg Weichart, Wided Guédria, Gash Bhullar, Hervé Panetto
    • Organisation and email of first proposer: Profactor Applied Manufacturing Research, Austria (georg.weichhart@profactor.at)
  • Interoperability in Chemical Engineering (IiCE 2020)
    • Proposed by: Martin Horsch et al.
    • Organisation and email of first proposer: STFC Daresbury Laboratory (martin.horsch@stfc.ac.uk)
  • Smarter interoperability with federation and artificial intelligence (SIFAI)
    • Proposed by: Marten van Sinderen, João Luiz Moreira
    • Organisation and email of first proposer: University of Twente (m.j.vansinderen@utwente.nl)
  • Zero Defects Manufacturing Platform
    • Proposed by: Raul Poler, Ricardo Goncalves
    • Organisation and email of first proposer: Universitat Politècnica de València (rpoler@cigip.upv.es)
  • Workshop on Digital Platform Ecosystems: From Interoperability to Federation (IFED 2020)
  • Interoperability for maintenance: Semantic model, terminology and ontology, Advances and Way forward for the maintenance of the future
    • Proposed by: Yves Keraron, Makris Sotiris, Karl Hribernik, Gregoris Mentzas, Hedi Karray
    • Organisation and email of first proposer: ISADEUS Consulting, Paris (yves.keraron@isadeus.fr)

I-ESA 2020 Topics Go to submission

This edition of I-ESA has the subtitle “Interoperability in the era of Artificial Intelligence“. Establishing efficient and relevant collaborations requires management of interoperability in a dynamic, evolving production network: a relevant and efficient collaboration of organizations requires continual adaptation to remain in line with potentially changing objectives, potentially evolving resources, unexpected events, etc. This specific aspect of interoperability will be the keystone of I-ESA 2020.

Furthermore, the topics of I-ESA 2020 are aligned with the vision presented in the framework program Horizon 2020 regarding interoperability: Enterprise interoperability and Innovation, Interoperability strategies for Digital and Sensing Enterprise, System Interoperability in Internet of everything ; Collaborative manufacturing and logistics.

I-ESA 2020 welcomes papers addressing the topics listed below, but this list is not exclusive: all papers relevant to enterprise interoperability and related topics will be considered in the review process.

Main Tracks

  • Architectures and Frameworks for Enterprise Interoperability
    • Chair: David Chen (FR)
  • Future Internet Architecture and Enterprise Systems
    • Chair: Ernesto Exposito (FR)
  • Enterprise Interoperability Science Base
    • Chair: Ricardo Goncalves (PT)
  • Manufacturing Enterprise Interoperability
    • Chair: Farouk Belkadi (FR)
  • Standards for Enterprise Interoperability
    • Chair: Martin Zelm (DE)
  • Enterprise Modelling for Enterprise Interoperability
    • Chair: Gregory Zacharewicz (FR)
  • Collaborative Supply Networks for Enterprise Interoperability
    • Chair: Raul Poler (ES)
  • Semantics and Artificial intelligence for Enterprise Interoperability
    • Chair: Nejib Moalla (FR)
  • Sustainability of Enterprise Interoperability
    • Chair: Carlos Agostinho (PT)
  • Industrial Implementation of Enterprise Interoperability
    • Chair: Thomas Knothe (DE)
  • Reference Ontologies for Manufacturing
    • Chair: Emilio Sanfilippo (FR)
  • Platforms for Enterprise Interoperability
    • Chair: Arne Berre (NO)
  • Services Innovation for Enterprise Interoperability
    • Chair: Frederick Benaben (FR)
  • Big Data and the Enterprise Interoperability
    • Chair: Rubén de Juan
  • Interoperability for industry 4.0
    • Chair: Bernard Grabot (FR)

I-ESA 2020 COMMITTEES

 

Click on the title of a committe to expand the corresponding members' list
  • HONORARY COMMITTEE
    Co-chair: Jean-Paul Bourrières, FR
    Co-chair: Ricardo Gonçalves, PO
  • INTERNATIONAL STEERING COMMITTEE
    Chair: Yves Ducq, INTEROP-VLab
    Vice-chair: Bernard Archimède, INP-ENIT
    Members:
    • Ricardo Goncalves, Portuguese Pole
    • Raul Poler, Interval pole
    • Guy Doumeingts, INTEROP-VLab
    • Sophie-Agnes Fensterbank, INTEROP-VLab
  • PROGRAMME COMMITTEE CHAIRS
    Chair: Bob Young, Loughborough University
    Vice-chair: Hedi Karray, INP-ENIT
  • CONFERENCE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
    Chair: Bernard Archimède, INP-ENIT
    Vice-chair: Raymond Houé Ngouna, INP-ENIT
    Vice-chair: Hedi Karray, INP-ENIT
  • WORKSHOPS COMMITTEE
    Chair: Martin Zelm, INTEROP-VLab
    Vice-chair: Guy Doumeingts, INTEROP-Vlab
    Vice-chair: Raymond Houé Ngouna, INP-ENIT
  • Doctoral Symposium COMMITTEE
    Co-chair: Néjib Moalla, University of Lyon2
    Vice-chair: Gregory Zacharewicz, IMT Mines Alès
  • International Programme Committee Members
    Achim Karduck, Furtwangen University, DE
    Alain Bernard, Centrale Nantes, FR
    Americo B. Cunha, University of Western Ontario, CA
    Andreas Opdahl, University of Bergen, NO
    Andrew West, Loughborough University, UK
    Anne Marie Barthe-Delanoe, INP-ENSIACET, FR
    Angel Ortiz, Univ. Politécnica Valencia, ES
    Antonio De Nicola, ENEA, IT
    Arne Berre, SINTEF, NO
    Arturo Molina, Monterrey Inst. of Technology, MX
    Axel Hahn, University of Oldenburg, DE
    Bernard Archimède, Ecole Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Tarbes, FR
    Bernard Grabot, Ecole Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Tarbes, FR
    Bruno Vallespir, University of Bordeaux, FR
    Boonserm Kulvatunyou, NIST, USA
    Carlos Agostinho, UNINOVA, PT
    Chantal Reynaud, LRI, FR
    Chihab Hanachi, Univ. Toulouse 1, FR
    Christophe Merlo, Estia, FR
    Claudia Diamantini, Universita Politechnica Delle Marche, IT
    Colin Piddington, TANet, UK
    David Chen, University of Bordeaux, FR
    Dimitris Kiritsis, EPFL, CH
    Elyes Lamine, ISIS, FR
    Emilio Sanfilippo, Université de Tours, FR
    Ernesto Exposito, UPPA, FR
    Farouk Belkadi, Ecole Centrale de Nantes FR
    Frank-Walter Jäkel, Fraunhofer IPK, DE
    Frederick Benaben, Ecoles des Mines d’Albi, FR
    Georg Weichhart, PROFACTOR, AT
    Gregory Zacharewicz, Ecole des mines d’Ales, FR
    João Pedro Mendonça, Universidade do Minho, PT
    Jörg Reiff-Stephan,Technical University Wildau, DE
    Hervé Panetto, Université de Nancy, FR
    Hervé Pingaud, ISIS, FR
    Klaus-Dieter Thoben, Bremen Univ. BIBA, DE
    Mamadou Traoré, University of Bordeaux, FR
    Martin Wollschlaeger, TU Dresden, DE
    Martin Zelm, Interop-Vlab, BE
    Muhammad Ali Memon, University of Sindh, Jamshore, PK
    Nada Matta, Université de Technologie de Troyes, FR
    Nejib Moalla, Université de Lyon2, FR
    Nicolas Daclin, Ecoles de Mines d’Ales, UK
    Raul Poler, Univer. Politècnica Valencia, ES
    Ricardo Goncalves, Uninova, PT
    Rubén de Juan, ITI, ES
    Raymond Houé Ngouna, Ecole Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Tarbes, FR
    Sergio Gusmeroli, Politecnico di Milano, IT
    Thomas Knothe, Fraunhofer IPK, DE
    Vincent Chapurlat, Ecoles de Mines d’Ales, FR
    Yacine Ouzrout, University of Lyon 2, FR
    Yves Ducq, University of Bordeaux, FR

I-ESA 2020 PROGRAMME

  •  
    8:00 - 8:30, On site registration
    8:30 - 9:00, Grand Amphi

    Opening and welcoming

    9:00 - 10:00, Grand Amphi

    Keynote Speaker 1

    Speaker: Pr. Dimitris Kiritsis
    CT for sustainable manufacturing at EPFL, Switzerland

    10:00 - 10:30, Coffee break
    10:30 - 12:30, Conference Sessions

    IOT & CPS Interoperability
    Track

    Interoperability & Processes
    Track

    Semantics driven Interoperability
    Track

    Modeling for Interoperability
    Track

    12:30 - 13:30, Lunch
    13:30 - 15:30, Workshops

    Workshop 1.1:
    A Future Vision of Flexible Configurable Manufacturing in a Digitalised World


     

     

    Workshop 2.1:
    Smarter Interoperability with Federation and Artificial Intelligence


     

     

    Workshop 3.1:
    Interoperability for Crisis Management: Increasing Organizational Resilience


     

     

    Workshop 4.1:
    Interoperability for Maintenance: Semantic Model, Terminology and Ontology, Advances and Way forward for the Maintenance of the Future

    15:30 - 16:00, Coffee break
    16:00 - 17:30, Workshops

    Workshop 1.2:
    A Future Vision of Flexible Configurable Manufacturing in a Digitalised World


     

     

    Workshop 2.2:
    Smarter Interoperability with Federation and Artificial Intelligence


     

     

    Workshop 3.2:
    Interoperability for Crisis Management: Increasing Organizational Resilience


     

     

    Workshop 4.2:
    Interoperability for Maintenance: Semantic Model, Terminology and Ontology, Advances and Way forward for the Maintenance of the Future

    18:00 - 19:30, Welcoming Cocktail
  •  
    8:00 - 8:30, On site registration
    9:00 - 10:00, Grand Amphi

    Keynote Speaker 2

    Speaker: Pr. Fernando Mas
    CTO at Comlux Aviation

    10:00 - 10:30, Coffee break
    10:30 - 12:30, Conference Sessions

    IOT & CPS Interoperability
    Track

     

     

     

    Interoperability & Processes
    Track

     

     

     

    Semantics driven Interoperability
    Track

     

     

     

    Workshop 8:
    Pathway towards a Modeling and Architecture Language for Interoperable Cyber-Physical Systems

    12:30 - 13:30, Lunch
    13:30 - 15:30, Workshops

    Workshop 5.1:
    Industrial Ontology Foundry (IOF) - Achieving Data Interoperability

    Workshop 6.1:
    Zero Defect Platform


    Workshop 7.1:
    Digital Plaform Ecosystems: From Interoperability to Federation

    Workshop 9.1:
    Challenges of Enterprise Interoperability in Industry

    15:30 - 16:00, Coffee break
    16:00 - 17:30, Workshops

    Workshop 5.2:
    Industrial Ontology Foundry (IOF) - Achieving Data Interoperability

    Workshop 6.2:
    Zero Defect Platform


    Workshop 7.2:
    Digital Plaform Ecosystems: From Interoperability to Federation

    Workshop 9.2:
    Challenges of Enterprise Interoperability in Industry

  •  
    8:00 - 8:30, On site registration
    8:30 - 9:00, Grand Amphi

    Open Session (MHK)
    Interoperability ans SMART Systems (GD)

    9:00 - 10:00, Grand Amphi

    Keynote Speaker 3

    Speaker: European Commission Representative European strategy in the framework of the "Horizon Europe"

    10:00 - 10:30, Coffee break
    10:30 - 12:30,

    DIH4CPS (Digital Innovation Hub for Cyber Physical System)

    12:30 - 13:30, Lunch
    13:30 - 15:30,

    Presentation of European Projects in the Health Area

    15:30 - 16:00, Coffee break
    16:00 - 17:00,

    Panel Discussion

    17:00 - 19:30, Massey Museum visit
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    8:30 - 12:30, Industrial visits
    12:30 - 13:30, Lunch / Cocktail
    13:30 - 17:00, Social Events

IESA-2020 Speakers

Fernando Mas
CTO (Chief Technology Officer) at Comlux Aviation in Indianapolis, USA
Dimitris Kiritsis
Professor of ICT for Sustainable Manufacturing at EPFL, Switzerland

Registration Fees

Extra fee for each guest to the Gala dinner: 120.00 €
Fee for Special event during the 3rd day + Gala dinner: : 160.00 €

Students participants

Early registration

10th February

380.00€

Regular registration

5th March

450.00€

Regular participants

Early registration

10th February

480.00€

Regular registration

5th March

600.00€

Special event day 3
non authors

Early registration

10th February

95.00€

Regular registration

5th March

95.00€

Accomodation in Tarbes

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Zone Bastillac

1 km

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2 km

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Place de Verdun

2 km

Hôtel Henri IV ***

Av. Bertrand Barère

3 km

Le NexHotel ***

2 Avenue des Forges

5 km

1ere classe **

Zone Bastillac

1 km

La Croix Blanche **  

Rue Despourins

1.5 km

Hotel Amys **

86, route de Lourdes

2 km

Kyriad **

Route de Lourdes

2 km

Hôtel Ibis budget **  

Bld Kennedy

3 km

Accessibility to Tarbes

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The airport also offers seasonal charter flights to and from the largest European cities.

 

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