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ACSOS 2020
Mon 17 - Fri 21 August 2020
Wed 19 Aug 2020 16:45 - 17:05 at Presentation Room C - PhD Symposium Session A Chair(s): Barry Porter, Phyllis Nelson

Modern production systems are facing rapidly changing requirements due to personalized products, smaller lot sizes, and shorter time to market. Bio-inspired processes, especially self-organization, provide inspiration on how to achieve the required flexibility. Self-organizing systems achieve flexibility by autonomously monitoring themself and their environment and adapting to changes observed. Therefore approaches promising self-organization have received great attention in the research community. Despite the promising characteristics of self-organizing production systems, uptake in the industry is small. This paper presents unrealistic task and capability descriptions as an impediment for further adoption and identifies areas of contribution. Further, we outline a research agenda and methodology to address the problem. Finally, the expected results are discussed.

Wed 19 Aug
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16:45 - 17:45: PhD Symposium Session ADoctoral Symposium at Presentation Room C
Chair(s): Barry PorterLancaster University, Phyllis NelsonCalifornia State Polytechnic University Pomona
16:45 - 17:05
Doctoral symposium paper
Doctoral Symposium
Martin NeumayerUniversit├Ąt Augsburg
17:05 - 17:25
Doctoral symposium paper
Doctoral Symposium
17:25 - 17:45
Doctoral symposium paper
Doctoral Symposium
Richard NordsiekXITASO GmbH IT & Software Solutions