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INDUSTRY DIGITAL EVOLUTION

Beyond Transformation: Evolving the Digital Enterprise

In recent years, the industrial world, and in particular the manufacturing sector, has been affected by a digital transformation, capable of strongly influencing production processes and business dynamics. This transformation is called Industry 4.0.
Industry 4.0 contributes to a revolution in all sectors including the economic, academic, research, industrial and manufacturing ones. The implementation of Industry 4.0 requires a change in many technologies, namely automation, identification, IT communication, digital production, production process, management of production control, decision making, judgment, detection, and analysis. Industry Digital Evolution (IDE) is, therefore, a continuous process of corporate change supported by a highly innovative strategic and multidisciplinary vision focused on the combination of different organizational, technological and cultural variables, in order to make companies more competitive and resilient. The new edition of IDE 2020 "Beyond Transformation: Evolving the Digital Enterprise" Conference wants to take up the challenge of exploring the theme of corporate evolution by designing possible operational scenarios that guide companies along a coherent and effective path of continuous innovation and constant research. During its three days, qualified speakers from the academic and industrial world will exchange views and share their experiences with Digital Evolution. The four sessions of the school will allow covering a wide range of digital solutions already developed or about to be introduced in the industrial context, and which are the subject of research projects and studies by the academy.

School Tracks

Big Data
& Analytics

CHAIR: Prof. Ernesto Damiani

Università degli Studi di Milano




This track focuses on Big Data Novel Theories, Visualization Techniques, Large Data Stream Processing, Sensor Networks, Big Data Applications.

Cyber-physical
Systems

CHAIR: Prof. Andrea Bondavalli

Università degli Studi di Firenze




This track deals with Methods, Technologies and Case Studies about all Cyber-Physical Systems aspects, such as information exchange and control.

Life Cycle in
industry at large

CHAIR: Prof. Sergio Terzi

Politecnico di Milano




This track aims to bring together different approaches addressing works on technologies and models for managing data and information about LC across different sectors.

AI
for Value Creation

CHAIR: Prof. Pierpaolo Pontrandolfo

Politecnico di Bari




The aim of this track is to investigate how Artificial Intelligence can transform the industrial scenario and, in general, its relevant impacts on all enterprise sectors.

STEERING COMMITTEE

Angelo Corallo
Angelo Corallo is Associate Professor in the Department of Innovation Engineering – Università del Salento and is the responsible of CORELab. His research activities focus on the development of technologies, methodologies and organizational models for creating an integrated business environment.
Mariangela Lazoi is Researcher in the Department of Innovation Engineering – Università del Salento and leads the area “Industry” of CORELab, her research topics are product design, product lifecycle management and business process management.
Giulio Avanzini, full professor of Flight Mechanics at the University of Salento, deals with problems related to simulation and control of fixed-wing and rotating wing aircraft (including remotely piloted aircraft), as well as orbital dynamics and satellite distribution control.
Ernesto Damiani is full professor at Università degli Studi di Milano, where he leads the SESAR Lab, Director of the Centre on Cyber-Physical Systems and of the Information Security Research Center at the Khalifa University in Abu Dhabi, and the leader of the Big Data area at Etisalat British Telecom Innovation Center. He has done extensive research on design and deployment of secure systems and protocols.
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Paolo Ceravolo
Paolo Ceravolo is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer Science of the University of Milan. His research interests include Data Representation and Integration, Business Process Monitoring, Process Mining, Empirical Software Engineering, Social Interaction Metrics, Innovation Management, Technology Enhanced Learning.
Sergio Terzi is Associate Professor at Politecnico di Milano, School of Management, Manufacturing Group. He is one of the founders of the IFIP WG 5.1, as well as member of the IFIP WG 5.7 and of the IEEE TMS. He is Director of the national Observatory Industry 4.0 and Director of the Executive Program in Industry 4.0.
Monica Rossi is Assistant Professor at Politecnico di Milano in the Department of Management, Economics and industrial Engineering. Her main research interests are in the areas of product development, innovation and design engineering, Lean Product Development and life cycle thinking.
Full Professor of Computer Science at the University of Firenze. His research activity is focused on Dependability and Resilience of critical systems and infrastructures. In particular he has been working on safety, security, fault tolerance, evaluation of attributes such as reliability, availability and performability.
Giovanni Scarafile is an Associate Professor at the University of Pisa. He is a member of the Steering Committee of FISP (Fédération Internationale Des Sociétés De Philosophie).
Cosimo Distante
Within the CNR since 2001 his research activity is focused on the context of artificial intelligence: robot learning, image understanding and pattern recognition. He has been a contract professor in computer and communication engineering at the University of Salento.
Full professor of economic and management engineering aat the Polytechnic of Bari. Since 2009 he is collaborator of the InterNeg Research Centre, John Molson School of Business, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. Since 2016, he is director of the Inter-University Research Centre 'Industry 4.0', to which the four Apulian public universities belong.
Associate Professor of Economic and Management Engineering at the Polytechnic of Bari. She teaches Business Process Management and Economics and Business Organisation. She is the author of more than 80 scientific publications related to the fields of management and innovation of business processes and corporate sustainability.

Program

To be announced

Call for Papers

For this new third edition will be announced a Call for Papers on February.
It will be divided into four sessions, according to the four main themes of the conference.
The papers submitted will be evaluated by the scientific committee
and the best papers will be presented during the conference and published in a proceeding.

Guidelines and deadlines will soon be available

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