October 10-12, 2021
Council of Engineering Systems Universities
Welcome to CESUN 2021
The University of Virginia, Virginia State University, and the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistics Systems (CCALS) will host the Eighth International Engineering Systems Symposium (CESUN 2021) October 10-12, 2021. The symposium will be held in person in Charlottesville, Virginia. There will be a virtual option for keynotes, technical sessions, and the panel session for those who cannot travel.
May 10, 2021 | Call for Contributions
August 2, 2021 | Submission Deadline
Innovations in Complex Sociotechnical Systems
and International Collaborations
Complex Sociotechnical Systems o Engineering Systems and Education o Health Care Systems Engineering o Humans in Engineering Systems o International Innovation and Enterprise Systems o Methodological Advances in Systems Engineering and Science o Resilient Infrastructure Systems and Smart Cities o Trust and Security of Advanced Logistics Systems
CESUN 2021 Organizing Team
Executive Chair: Majid Shafiee-Jood (UVA)
Executive Co-chair: Joi Williams (VSU)
General Chairs: James H. Lambert (UVA) and Dawit Haile (VSU)
Technical Committee: Negin Alemazkoor, University of Virginia; Zach Collier, Radford University; Diana Franco Duran, University of Virginia; Amro M. Farid, Dartmouth; Devin Harris, University of Virginia; Babak Heydari, Northeastern University; Mashor Housh, University of Haifa; Lindsay Ivey-Burden, University of Virginia; Venkat Lakshmi, University of Virginia; Igor Linkov, US Army Corps of Engineers; Garrick Louis, University of Virginia; Mark Manasco, CCALS; Cody Pennetti, University of Virginia; Thomas Polmateer, University of Virginia & CCALS; William Scherer, University of Virginia; Brian Smith, University of Virginia; Zoe Szajnfarber, George Washington University
Student Committee: Collyn Clark, Davis Loose, DeAndre Johnson, Emma Graham, Logan Grant, Melanie Cadelis, Negin Moghadasi, Rayshaun Wheeler, Timothy Eddy
CESUN 2021 is partially sponsored by the U.S. National Science Foundation through the Grant “Assessing International Collaboration Opportunities for Science and Technology Innovation: Methods and Approaches” (Award #1848669).