DET 2006 Conference will be held at Hotel do Mar, in Sesimbra.
Digital Enterprise Technology (DET) can be defined as "the collection of systems and methods for the digital modelling of
the global product development and realization process, in the context of lifecycle management." The principal aim of DET’06 is to provide an international forum and workshop for the exchange
of scientific knowledge and industrial and educational experience regarding the integration of the various aspects of DET. DET’06 will also facilitate the exploration of future and evolving
standards for the application of DET technologies for the international research community.
Papers are welcome in any of the following broad technical categories:
Distributed co-design; Design knowledge management and representation, Integration of design with manufacturing
modelling and planning (modelling of design features and manufacturing process interaction, including tolerance analysis); Use of simulation early in the product realization process; Product
Process knowledge management and representation; Tolerance data representation and standards; Distributed
co-development and optimization of process models and plans; Process planning optimization within a distributed planning environment; Simulation of manufacturing processes
New computer technology for enhanced factory modelling; Re-configurable equipment, factory cells and new systems
architectures; Optimization techniques for factory design, Control techniques for autonomous and intelligent manufacturing
In-situ metrology, facility scanning and reverse engineering; Advanced sensing; Evolving standards for
measurement representation in a distributed environment; Tolerance analysis and synthesis
Advances in product data management; Enterprise resource planning; Evolving standards for enterprise modelling;
Dynamic supply network design and management; E-business and supply chain logistics
Integration of DET in engineering curricula; DET for business innovation; Experiences in Industry/university collaboration with
|Abstracts due: |
|March 31, 2006
|Full paper due: |
|June 2, 2006
|Author notification: |
|June 20, 2006
|Camera-ready due: |
|June 30, 2006
|Early registration: |
|June 30, 2006
||August 21, 2006
Acceptance of papers is based on the full paper, however prospective authors should submit a short abstract in advance
in order to check if the proposed topic fits within the scope of the Conference.
The maximum number of pages allowed per paper is up to 10 for keynote papers and up to 8 for the other papers.
Paper format (PDF) | Paper format (Word)
Leading DET academics and industrial practitioners will present keynote papers in the scientific areas. All
papers will be circulated in advance of the meeting. During each session the keynotes will be used as a platform for discussion and paper authors will make a short presentation and position
statement. In each session adequate time will be allowed for discussion of papers and summary of important issues.