ABOUT ICIE 2022
The emergence of innovative technologies and new business models based on innovation, cooperation networks, and the enhancement of endogenous resources, are assumed to be a strong contribution to the development of competitive economies all around the world.
CALL FOR PAPERS
ICIE’2022 will be the 2nd edition of this conference in the successful series of conferences on Innovation in Engineering.
This edition of the conference is organized at School of Engineering of University of Minho, by MEtRICs and Algoritmi Research Centres.
CALL FOR SPECIAL SESSIONS
ICIE’2022 conference is glad to receive proposals for Special Sessions.
Submissions should be made, by e-mail, through the General Conference Chair until November 30th, 2021.
Don't miss this unique opportunity!
Special Sessions Submission deadline is November 30th, 2021. Papers Submission deadline is January 15th, 2022
INNOVATION IN ENGINEERING
This event offers a great opportunity to bring together professors, researchers, and scholars around the globe, having a great platform to deliver the latest innovative research result and the most recent development and trends in engineering and applied sciences field.
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Major Conference sections
Research and innovation strategies for smart specialisation (RIS3) adopted by the EU countries and regions in the 2014-2020 programming period introduced a new paradigm for advancing national and regional competitiveness: priority-setting and targeted investments in distinctive research and innovation regional strengths and areas of regional comparative advantage can move a country or region up in international value chains and boost structural economic change. This new vision for innovation and technology-driven regional growth requires vast efforts at several levels, from specific investments to modernise the EU industry and shift away from low value-added industrial products, to new forms of research and innovation governance and new models of education and competence-building in the current and next generations of workforce. All that comes in the context of new challenges and transformations of the Industry 4.0 era, marked by dynamic production and adoption of new technologies (e.g. AI, digital technologies, big data, IoT) and technological diversification, by ever growing competition in the new technology domains, and a continuous strive to provide adequate policies and financing for the development of technology, as well as of human capital. What is the impact of these challenges on universities – will Industry 4.0 impact be concentrated primarily at the level of engineering and computer science departments or will pervade broadly into the university structure, activities and institutional procedures? How can SMEs benefit more from the enormous economic potential of Industry 4.0? How do government agencies and society respond to these dynamics? This talk will review some of these challenges and will focus mainly on the impact of Industry 4.0 on the university agenda. Some specific changes that need to be implemented in relation with their business partners and society at large will be highlighted, pointing out ow Smart Specialisation can help in that effort.
This talk discusses the concept of cyber-physical engineering (CPE) for the study and design of automation systems in the presence of strong interdependencies between the physical and computational processes that do not allow to effectively model systems within classic paradigms of control engineering or computer science. The principle of cyber-physical engineering, discussed in this talk, assumes the use of languages and means of interdisciplinary modelling at all stages of design, analysis and operation of systems. This leads us to the concept of cyber-physical component (CPC) as an artefact used in both engineering and verification.
Getting to know Horizon Europe to boost research and innovation for Industry and digital