ESI symposium 2019
THEME: Intelligence, the next challenge in system complexity?

Date: April 9, 2019

Venue: Auditorium TU/e Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven NL

ESI symposium 2019

KEYNOTE

Intelligence and Computation

Edward A. Lee, Professor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, EECS Department, University of California, Berkeley

"Fundamentally, the digital and algorithmic nature of software is a limitation not shared by the hardware of human brains and bodies, and it is quite possible that digital technology will evolve more in complementary rather than competitive ways."

KEYNOTE

Digitalization and AI in support of Value Based Care

Henk van Houten, CTO and Head of Research for Royal Philips

"Healthcare costs are exploding, medical staff are overburdened, and patients live longer with (multiple) chronic conditions. These are just a few of the many challenges healthcare systems across the globe are facing. Philips has adopted the quadruple aim as its yardstick for innovations which seek to alleviate these challenges. This approach ensures that we measure our innovation in terms

Digitalization is a key enabler for solutions addressing the quadruple aim. Adoption of (hybrid) Cloud platforms and the Internet of Things is unlocking data at an unprecedented scale."

Opening and welcome

Frans Beenker and Wouter Leibbrandt

S1 Digital Twinning

How can digital twinning drive design and engineering innovation?

  • How can digital twinning dive design and engineering innovation? Chair and introduction: Hans Duetz, Philips

  • From virtual prototype to digital twin Jacques Verriet, ESI (TNO) pdf

  • Model-Based Systems Engineering and Digital Twins: applications to design, manufacturing and service of systems: Louis Stroucken, Philips Innovation Services

ESI facilitator: Teun Hendriks

S2 Learning systems

How to exploit system data for operational excellence?

  • Unleashing the Power of Machine Learning for Operational Excellence: Opportunities and Challenges. Chair and introduction: Gregor Pavlin, Thales TRT

  • Here be Dragons; Charting the Engineering of Learning Systems: Michael Borth, ESI (TNO)

  • Computer assisted process management in the operating room: John van den Dobbelsteen, TU Delft

ESI facilitator: Bas Huijbrechts

S3 Architecting intelligent systems

Is a paradigm shift needed in architecting intelligent systems?

  • Architecting intelligent systems, introduction. Chair and introduction: Ronald Fabel, Océ Technologies

  • Architecting Intelligent Cyber Physical Systems Wouter Tabingh Suermondt, ESI (TNO)

  • Can AI create patent-worthy designs and novel system architectures? Mike Nicolai, Siemens Industry Software

ESI facilitator: Richard Doornbos

S4 Diagnostic reasoning

Model based reasoning to support diagnostics in complex systems

  • Chair and introduction: Hans Onvlee, ASML

  • Diagnosing timing bottlenecks in large-scale component-based software. Jeroen Voeten, ESI (TNO)

  • AI for Manufacturing: Ton van Velzen, IBM

ESI facilitator: Emile van Gerwen

S5 Acceptable AI

How to obtain trust in systems with AI components?

  • How to obtain trust in systems with AI components? Chair and introduction: Robert-Jan de Pauw, Philips

  • How to engineer trust into AI-based systems – an automotive perspective. Michael Siegel, Offis

  • Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence. Marc Steen, TNO

ESI facilitator: Michael Borth

S6 Future system engineers

What does future systems engineering look like? Will the rise of intelligent systems threaten or augment SE practices?

  • From systems engineering to solutions development. Chair and introduction: Arjen Klomp, Thermo Fisher Scientific

  • Systems Engineering in an evolving context. Ton Peijnenburg, VDL-ETG

  • Helix Goes International: Observations on Systems Engineering in the Netherlands. Nicole Hutchison, SERC

ESI facilitator: Joris van den Aker

Louis Stroucken
Keynote Henk van Houten