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The DSM Conference will be based on high quality contributions from practitioners in industry, tool developers, and researchers. Different sessions will be offered in alternating order to achieve a diversified exchange of ideas that cover diverse needs in the understanding of structural complexity management.

The conference incorporates peer-reviewed contributions from research, industry, and tool development. In a friendly atmosphere, these contributions can be discussed in plenary sessions, during presentations, or over a cup of coffee. 

Conference program

Thursday, August 29, 2013: Industry Day

  • Tutorials and industry case studies

Friday, August 30, 2013: Academic Day

  • DSM in large systems, multi-domain settings, integration problems and DSM theory

We would like to cordially invite you to participate in the discussions about current DSM applications and theory on these two days.