July 2nd -4th, 2014 │ University of Bremen* │ Germany
Based on the success of the 1st, we proudly announce the 2nd Joint Int. Conference on System-integrated Intelligence: New Challenges for Product and Production Engineering.
This international event provides a forum for academia and industry to disseminate their latest innovations and practises. The focus is on integration of new, intelligent functionalities into materials, components and systems to enable future technologies with enhanced capabilities.
Development of new sensor materials and technologies, sensorial materials, intelligent products including cyber-physical systems (CPS), self-controlled processes for logistics and production engineering (“Industrie 4.0”) are within the scope of the conference. Fundamental research areas thus include functional materials research, materials
and production engineering, Microsystems technology, systems engineering and computer science.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Methods and algorithms: Agent-based systems, machine learning, biologically-inspired methods for optimization and planning
- Advanced autonomous objects and systems applications
- Self-optimization and autonomous control: Design, modeling and validation, reliability
- Human-Machine-Interaction (HMI): Visualization and transparency
- Enabling technologies: Sensorial materials, intelligent materials and structures, material-integrated sensing, data processing, communication and adaptivity
- Dr. Stefan Bosse, Working Group Robotics, University of Bremen
- Dr.-Ing. Roman Dumitrescu. Fraunhofer-Institut für Produktionstechnologie, Paderborn
- Florian Harjes, Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH, University of Bremen
- Dr.-Ing. Helge Henning, Inst. für Fertigungstechnik u. spanende Werkzeugmaschinen, Leibniz Universität Hannover
- Aleksandra Himstedt, LogDynamics – Bremen Research Cluster for Dynamics in Logistics, University of Bremen
- Peter Iwanek, Heinz Nixdorf Institut, University of Paderborn
- Dr.-Ing. Dirk Lehmhus, ISIS Sensorial Materials Scientific Centre, University of Bremen
- Mareen Vaßholz, Heinz Nixdorf Institut, University of Paderborn