Modelling and Management of Engineering Processes
Engineering processes are the "glue" that hold the activities within product development and design together. Engineering processes structure these tasks appropriately and ensure the correct and timely use of the appropriate approaches & procedures, methods, data, and tools in order to improve the design process, improve products and services, and properly document product development, processes and the products themselves. It is the aim of this group to contribute to a smart and smooth definition, application, and navigation of Engineering Processes within the scope described above.
Strategies, approaches, methods, and tools for modelling of, building up, for optimising of, and for managing dynamically engineering processes will be investigated within this SIG.
Within the next meetings of the SIG it is planned to discuss and improve the research agenda and MMEP research roadmap. We want to identify topics which are currently not adressed.
All members are encouraged to engage in this process and to shape this SIG.
Dr.-Ing. Kilian Gericke; University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg (chair)
Prof. Dr. Claudia M. Eckert, Open University, UK (chair)
Prof. P. John Clarkson, University of Cambridge, UK
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h.c. Sándor Vajna, Otto-von-Guericke-Universitaet Magdeburg, Germany
Dr.-Ing. Peter Heisig, Univeristy of Leeds, UK
Prof. Felician Campean, University of Bradford, UK
Dr. Ola Isaksson, Chalmers University of Technology, GKN Aerospace Engine Systems, Sweden
Dr. David Wynn, Bombardier Aerospace, Canada
Australia, Belarus, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Israel, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, USA
Mode of operation
Goals for the near future
- enlarge our literature data-base providing an overview about most relevant literature in our area (using Mendeley)
- create an overview ("blackboard") about ongoing research projects in our SIG, and active researchers
- platform for exchange of MSc and PhD-students between members
- publish review papers
- Active exchange between industrial and academic members
- LinkedIn discussion group "MMEP"
- MMEP Workshops and conferences
Deliverables and benefits for our members:
- networking (personal meetings, internships, etc.)
- overview about ongoing research projects in our area
- visibility of your work in the right context
- focussed feedback on your work
- joint publications
- joint research proposals
- web-seminars presenting research highlights from the Design Society's main conferences
- exchange between industry and academia
Type of events
- workshops at ICED and DESIGN Conference
- MMEP conferences
Type of publications
MMEP conference proceedings
- MMEP 2010; Heisig, P., Clarkson, P.J., and Vajna, S., eds., 2010. Modelling and Management of Engineering Processes. London: Springer. ISBN 978-1-84996-199-8
- MMEP 2012: Heisig P., Clarkson J. , eds., 2014. Modeling and Management of Engineering Processes - Concepts, Tools and Case studies. Technical report, Cambridge: University of Cambridge. ISBN 978-0-9564691-3-7
- MMEP 2013; Schabacker M., Gericke K., Szelig N., Vajna S., eds. 2014, Modelling and Management of Engineering Processes: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference 2013. Berlin: Springer. ISBN 3662440083
Whitepaper "Research Roadmap MMEP 2020"
- DS 72: Modelling and Management of Engineering Processes - Concepts, Tools and Case Studies
- Editor: Heisig, Peter; Clarkson, John
- MMEP research topics identified during SIG workshop, Cambridge 9/2013
- MMEP SIG research project portfolio
- Editor: Kilian Gericke
- Challenges and Future Fields of Research for Modelling and Management of Engineering Processes
- Peter Heisig, John Clarkson, Jens Hemphälä, Carl Wadell, Margareta Norell Bergendahl, Julia Roelofsen, Matthias Kreimeyer, Udo Lindemann (40)