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Camargo-Pardo, Mauricio (1969- ...).

Overview
Works: 42 works in 48 publications in 3 languages and 171 library holdings
Genres: Field guides  Textbooks 
Roles: Publishing director, Thesis advisor, Opponent, Other, Author, Editor
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Most widely held works by Mauricio Camargo-Pardo
Ingénierie de l'innovation by Vincent Boly( Book )

2 editions published in 2016 in French and held by 74 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La 4e de couverture indique : "Le challenge que représente l'innovation est en perpétuelle évolution. Les entreprises mettent en place de nouvelles pratiques, les chercheurs proposent des théories originales et des méthodologies de management plus performantes, tandis que, de leur côté, les institutions restructurent leur dispositif d'accompagnement du développement économique. Cette nouvelle édition du livre Ingénierie de l'innovation a de ce fait été très largement remaniée et enrichie. L'ouvrage expose tout d'abord comment organiser une entreprise pour accroître sa capacité à innover en se fondant sur des techniques d'audit et d'évaluation très récentes. Il détaille l'open innovation et toutes les formes de partenariats possibles. Enfin, il aborde tout ce que doit savoir un chef de projet pour préparer, piloter et mener à bien ces projets si particuliers que sont les projets innovants. Adapté à l'innovation de produit, de procédé, de service et organisationnelle, ce livre permet également de mieux maîtriser les nouvelles normes européennes ISO et les guides de recommandations nationaux en matière de management de l'innovation. Depuis sa première parution, cette ouvrage est devenu une référence pour les chercheurs, les étudiants et les industriels car il offre un ensemble de méthodes et d'exemples permettant de bien comprendre les mécanismes de l'innovation et de se former aux méthodes de pilotage."
Mesurer l'innovation en entreprise : un levier essentiel pour la réussite des projets innovants( Book )

3 editions published in 2015 in French and held by 41 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La quatrième de couverture indique : "A l'issue de cette lecture, un dirigeant, un entrepreneur ou toute personne curieuse de mieux connaître les basiques mais aussi les nouvelles tendances en terme de méthodologie et d'outils pour supporter au mieux les processus d'innovation, trouvera ici un écho à cette recherche. Cet ouvrage est également destiné à tous les cadres d'entreprises qui souhaitent s'impliquer de manière plus professionnelle dans l'innovation. Les étudiants peuvent y trouver aussi des compléments à leur formation. L'innovation n'étant pas un concept figé, nous continuons à rester en veille pour faire évoluer nos recherches au regard des "innovations conceptuelles" qui peuvent apparaître au gré du temps."
Peces del Catatumbo by Germán Galvis( Book )

2 editions published in 1997 in Spanish and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Fundamentos de genética by Fernando Luis Oliver( Book )

1 edition published in 1977 in Spanish and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Estimation paramétrique des coûts des produits finis dans la filière textile-habillement by Mauricio Camargo-Pardo( Book )

2 editions published in 2004 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In supply chains with high degree of product diversity and renewal, there is very difficult to establish economical laws at the design stage, in order to accurately forecast product cost. Nevertheless at this early stage, product cost is defined by 70 to 80% but also, only scarce product information is available, related mainly to product aesthetical features or functionalities. In order to minimise the risk of product reject, it is important for designers to have a cost estimation tool, flexible and easy to adapt. We use the parametric approach in order to develop Cost Estimation Relationships (CER's). First, we define a general methodology and main concepts in order to develop CER's as regression and softcomputing techniques. In particular we developed a Simplified Hybrid Neuro-Fuzzy model, allowing better variables interpretation, mainly for complex systems. Also, we proposed a tool in order to develop a CER by using the described modelling techniques. The candidates CER's could be compared in terms of accuracy, robustness and relevance. This tool allows a maximum of information in order to choose the best CER. This approach has been tested on a particular case concerning the development of specific CER for a textile printing industry
The variome of pneumococcal virulence factors and regulators by Gustavo Gámez( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Production et modélisation de glycérol-esters comme plastifiants pour le PVC by Oscar Yesid Suárez Palacios( Book )

2 editions published in 2011 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Phtalates are the most important plasticizers used in the polymer industry. However, their fossil origin and results of recent test have showed a potential negative effect on human health, have encouraged polymer industry to demand free phthalate plasticizers. At the same time, biodiesel industry produces a glut of glycerol, leading the scientific community to seek new applications for this substance. A methodology for the evaluation of new free-phthalate plasticizers for PVC applied to a new type of plasticizers, esters of glycerol, is proposed. This thesis presents an overview of the performance of eight esters derived from glycerol as new plasticizers for poly(vinyl chloride) - PVC and an outline of its compatibility with the polymer based in a method to predict the plasticization effect of glycerol esters, constructed with molecular modeling.Having several alternatives of new PVC-plasticizers, three multicriteria methods were used to construct models to select the best alternatives: multiattribute utility theory - MAUT, Measuring Attractiveness by a Categorical Based Evaluation Technique - Macbeth and Rough sets. With these methods the preferences of a group of experts was modeled.In order to establish the conditions in which this new type of plasticizers must be produced at industrial scale, a model of the process is presented. A parametric identification was done. Also, a multicriteria optimization, in Pareto's sense, was performed using an evolutionary algorithm. Besides, a decision aid tool based on two different functions to minimize costs and maximize productivity, respectively, was conducted with the technique Macbeth
Somatotroph pituitary adenoma with acromegaly and autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease: SSTR5 polymorphism and PKD1 mutation by Luis V Syro( )

1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Predicting Air Quality by Integrating a Mesoscopic Traffic Simulation Model and Simplified Air Pollutant Estimation Models by Adriana Simona Mihăiţă( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Methodological proposition to evaluate polymer recycling in open-source additive manufacturing contexts by Fabio Alberto Cruz Sanchez( )

1 edition published in 2016 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Since the beginning of the XXI century, we can recognize that several technical (r)evolutions have changed the way we conceived our world. New realities have appeared thanks to the information and communication technologies (e.g. Internet), peer-to-peer dynamics (e.g. open software/hardware, collaborative economy), new means of production (fablabs, hackerspaces), among others. One of the impacts of this technical ecosystem is the individual's empowerment that changes the relationship between consumer and producer. For instance, we observe an evolution of role passing from a passive consumer towards an active prosumer, where this latter considers not only economic aspects, but also social and environmental issues.This thesis is integrated in this global issue; indeed, throughout the manuscript we analyze about the impact of open-source (OS) Additive Manufacturing (AM) (also as known as open-source 3D printing or just 3D printing) in the light of the sustainability issues. The democratization of OS AM and the creation of spaces for co-creation (e.g. FabLabs) proved the interest for changes in the established roles. Therefore, we are interested in how this OS technology could develop sustainable waste management options through a polymer recycling process. In a first phase, we present the concept of additive manufacturing (AM) and its importance on sustainability issues. A systematic literature review related to the material recycling advances in the commercial and open-source (OS) AM is developed with a focus on thermoplastic polymer recycling.In a second phase, our aim is to validate open-source AM systems as a reliable manufacturing tool. We develop and test an experimental protocol in order to evaluate the dimensional performance using as case study a representative OS 3D printer: called FoldaRap. It was found that the International Standard Tolerance Grade of this machine is situated between IT14 and IT16. We conclude that the dimensional performance of this case study is comparable to the commercial AM systems, taking into account the important different in terms of machine cost. In a third phase, we center our attention on the recycling process and we propose a systematic methodology to evaluate the feasibility of the use of recycled thermoplastic polymer in OS 3D printers. A case study is developed with the evaluation of the recycling process using polylactid acid (PLA). The results allow us to conclude that the use of recycled PLA is technically feasible. Nevertheless, the degradation of the material is more important than in other traditional manufacturing systems (e.g. injection). Finally, we concludes and propose as perspectives, the study of a distributed recycling process for other type of polymers
Configuration optimale des systèmes d'énergie distribuée avec l'hydrogène comme vecteur d'énergie selon les critères de durabilité by Juan David Fonseca Gamboa( )

1 edition published in 2020 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This work focuses on the conceptual design of distributed energy systems considering the sustainability dimensions. The design problem is addressed by means of an optimization-based strategy that enables to integrate different energy vectors and multiple technological units as possible solutions. The modeling approach considers the time-varying operation of the energy conversion units along with the seasonal behavior of the storage system. Meanwhile, the multi-objective optimization problem simultaneously addresses economic, environmental, and social aspects for the design of the energy system. Total annualized cost, levelized cost of energy, CO2 emissions, water consumption, grid dependence, and inherent safety are the selected indicators to evaluate the sustainability dimensions. Two case studies are analyzed to illustrate the proposed framework. The first case study is in France and corresponds to a grid-connected energy system conceived to satisfy the electricity and hydrogen needs of a neighborhood of 1500 inhabitants. The second case study is an isolated energy system located in a remote region in the Colombian Amazon. In such a case, the objective is to design a self-sufficient energy system with the capacity for supplying electricity and methane to a community of 4200 inhabitants. Initially, the impact of the sustainability indicators on the optimal design of the energy systems is investigated through single-objective optimizations. Besides, the time-varying operating conditions and the seasonal behavior of the energy storage units are also analyzed. Subsequently, different multi-objective optimization problems are addressed considering different combinations of the sustainability indicators. In such a way, the compromise among the objective functions is identified, and the obtained Pareto solutions are explored for elucidating the changes in the design and operating conditions throughout the non-dominated solutions. Broadly, these results constitute a valuable information about the relationships between the sustainability dimensions in terms of design and operation variables. Accordingly, the proposed approach represents a useful tool for decision-makers to make informed decisions from early stages in the energy system design
Supporting SMEs' IP capabilities: Impact study of INPI pre-diagnosis through the use of the AIDA approach( )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: This article aims to evaluate the impact of a regional SME IP support programme in France led by the INPI (National Institute of IP) and the Lorraine regional government. The panel includes 150 regional SMEs. The data were collected through the use of the AIDA approach and a data analysis was carried out, including principal components analysis (PCA) and a hierarchical ascending classification (HAC). The data analysis shows that the INPI pre-diagnosis allowed enterprises to progress in their IP-management. The knowledge of IP and its issues increase very significantly and appear to influence the IP-related management of the companies studied
Valorisation en circuit court de déchets thermoplastiques pour la conception par impression 3D de structures composites by Pavlo Javier Alejandro Santander Tapia( )

1 edition published in 2020 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The management of plastic waste is a major problem that has yet to be resolved with a view to a more sustainable development of human activities. Among the possible solutions, recycling is an interesting way to recycle non-renewable materials. After decades of centralized recycling, there is now a growing interest in approaches based on distributed recycling. Taking advantage of the democratization of open-source 3D printing technologies (OS), we propose to revalorize locally the plastics that can be used by these technologies. This distributed recycling can be considered as a kind of "intelligent network", composed of small coordinated recycling units, which provide recycled plastic filaments to the 3D printing community. The technical feasibility of this plastic recycling approach has been proven in the literature. However, its feasibility from a supply chain and logistics perspective has yet to be demonstrated. In order to address this issue, this research thesis seeks to provide answers to the following research question: Under what conditions is it possible to deploy a sustainable network of local and distributed plastics recycling using open-source 3D printing technologies? Taking into account the above, this research work aims to propose a framework for the analysis and evaluation, from a sustainability perspective, of the distributed plastic recycling approach for 3D printing. The proposed evaluation framework combines optimization and system dynamics in the evaluation of the sustainability of the recycling approach. The application of the evaluation framework to a specific case study of a university seeking to implement a distributed recycling demonstrator to recover 3D printing waste from middle and high schools in northeastern France illustrated the feasibility from a sustainability perspective
D'un « diagnostic partagé » à « l'action partagée » : comment le mode projet Living Lab peut alimenter le processus d'aide à la décision du « faire la ville » en intégrant les citoyens pour une ville intelligente by Giang Tran Thi Hoang( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In the current era, Smart City projects have to deal with big social, ecological and technological challenges such as digitalization, pollution, democratic aspirations, need to be safe, etc. The higher involvement of multi-stakeholders (such as citizens, users, engineers, researchers, elected representatives, etc.) in the different phases of the projects, is one strategy enabling a variety of perspectives to be considered and thus develop a shared vision of the city. Paradoxically, the dynamic and multiple nature of stakeholders appears to be a source of complications and uncertainty in the decision-making process. Getting a consensus, which means legitimizing a group decision-making process, is often difficult to reach because the different expectations, needs and behaviours. The main hypothesis of the present research is that the consensus process could be facilitated by human and automatic tools through identifying conflicting points and following their evolution after several rounds of discussion. This study will propose a general methodology for two kinds of decision-making process supporting the negotiation between stakeholders within a Living Lab environment, an automatic control system that substitutes the facilitator's actions and a process supervised by human facilitator. First, a methodology based on a multi-agent system is developed for automatic reaching consensus in large scale group of making decisions without facilitators and direct interaction. Then, a second methodology combining a human facilitator and ICT-based supporting tool. A proposition of multi-criteria and multi-stakeholders methodology supporting consensus reaching processes is used as decision support system tool in Smart City projects under Living Lab environment. Both Living Lab decision-making methodologies, the automatic and the supervised process, were developed, executed and validated in concrete case studies. Throughout using both methods, we can compare how different between the theoretical model and a process of experimenting decision-making tools in the real-life. The results of data analysis from experimentation provide suggestions to improve decision-making process of stakeholders with diverse objective and background in Smart City projects
Evaluacion genotoxica de los plaguicidas cipermetrina y diazinon en tilapia roja (Oreochromis sp) by Beatriz Henao( )

1 edition published in 2005 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Evaluación de la citotoxicidad de nuevos análogos de estirilquinolinas en células leucemoides Jurkat by Andres Felipe Soto Lopez( )

in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Outils d'élaboration de stratégie de recyclage basée sur la gestion des connaissances : application au domaine du génie des procédés by Philippe Chazara( )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

In this work, a study is realised about the creation of a new methodology allowing the generation and the assessment of new waste recovery processes. Three elements are proposed for that. The first one is the creation of a modelling framework permitting a structured and homogeneous representation of each recovery process and the criteria used to asses them. The second one is a system and a tool generating new recovery processes from others known. Finally, the last element is another tool to model, to estimate and to asses the generated processes. The creation of a modelling framework tries to create some categories of elements allowing the structuring of unit operations under different levels of description. Three levels have been identified. In the higher level, the Generic operation which describes global structure of operations. The second one is Generic treatment which is an intermediate level between the two others. It proposes here too categories of operations but more detailed than the higher level. The last one is the Unit operation. A second framework has been created. It is more conceptual and it has two components : blocs and systems. These frameworks are used with a set of selected indicators. In a desire of integrating our work in a sustainable development approach, an indicator has been chosen for each of its components: economical, environmental and social. In our study, the social impact is limited to the number of created jobs. To estimate this indicator, we proposed a new method based on economical values of a company. The tool for the generation of new waste recovery processes used the methodology of case-based reasoning CBR which is based on the knowledge management. Some difficult points are treated here to adapt the CBR to our problem. The structuring of knowledge and generally the source case generation is realised by a system based on connections between data and the use of inference mechanisms. The development of a new method for the similarity measure is designed with the introduction of common definition concept which allows linking states, simply put description of objects, to other states under different levels of conceptualizations and abstractions. This point permits creating many levels of description. Finally, recovery process is decomposed from a main problem to some sub-problems. This decomposition is a part of the adaptation mechanism of the selected source case. The realisation of this system is under logic programming with Prolog. This last one permits the use of rules allowing inferences and the backtracking system allowing the exploration to the different possible solution. The modelling and assessment of recovery processes are done by a tool programmed in Python. It uses the meta-programming to dynamically create model of operations or systems. Constraint rules define the behaviour of these models allowing controlling the flux circulating in each one. In the evaluation step, a parser is used to convert theses rules into a homogeneous system of constraint programming. This system can be solved by the use of solvers with an interface developed for that and added to the tool. Therefore, it is possible for the user to add solvers but also to add plug-ins. This plug-ins can make the assessment of the activity allowing to have different kinds of evaluation for the same criteria. Three plug-ins are developed, one for each selected criterion. These two methods are tested to permit the evaluation of the proposed model and to check the behaviour of them and their limits . For these tests, a case-base on waste has been created Finally, for the modelling and assessment tool, a study case about the recovery process of used tyres in new raw material is done
Gestion des connaissances lors d'un processus collaboratif de créativité by Alex Gabriel( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This research work aims to propose a creative support system according to a multi-agent architecture in order to manage the knowledge needed and produced during a creative workshop. This work contributes to the scientific research with regard to various aspects. Beforehand designing any system, a review of the current creative supports systems is carried out in order to determine their limits concerning the creative process and collaboration mode. To fix these limits, a knowledge engineering approach is adopted. It implies that creativity is considered as a collaborative and organizational process in order to infere its activities, but also competences and knowledge required to realize these activities. This information permits to better assist individuals in their activities. Based on this organizational modeling of a creative workshop, the organization of computational agents that would contribute to manage knowledge is deduced. Based on the same modeling, creative workshop ontology is created in order to provide a representation of the environment and shared knowledge to agents. Multi-agent architecture for creative support system permits to explore new knowledge processing approach notably for idea evaluation. An idea evaluation methodology based on multi-criteria analysis methods is suggested. In addition to this methodology, automatic idea processing based on naturel language processing is experimented in order to assist evaluators. The meaning of this research work is in the generalization of emergent creative practices as open innovation and creative workshops in organizations and companies
Nueva era en microbiologia molecular diagnostica by Mauricio Camargo( )

1 edition published in 1998 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

PCR para deteccion del virus de la anemia infecciosa equina en sangre total de animales infectados naturalmente en Colombia by Esperanza Trujillo Bravo( )

1 edition published in 2001 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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Camargo, Mauricio

Camargo-Pardo, Mauricio 1969-..

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