We are pleased to announce that the 10th International Conference on Engineering, Project, and Production Management (EPPM2019) will be held in Berlin, Germany on September 2-4, 2019.
The conference comprises of three events, i.e. EPPM-Industry, EPPM-Conference, and EPPM-Academy. This is the forum for researchers, engineers, managers, students, and practitioners to present and discuss current and emerging research issues, problems, questions, findings, and new developments.
15 February 2019
22 February 2019
14 April 2019
15 May 2019
30 May 2019
30 May 2019
30 June 2019
|Dr. Masahiro Nakamura
President and CEO of Lexer, Japan
Topic: The role of simulation in industry 4.0 transition
Prof. Dr. Timo Hartmann
|Prof. Dr. Abdul Samad (Sami) Kazi
Senior Principal Scientist, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd
Topic: Smart Cities & Intelligent Buildings - From today’s Challenges to tomorrow’s Opportunities
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology, Thammasat University, Thailand
Clemson University, USA
Chair : Dr. Chawalit Jeenanunta
School of Management Technology (MT)
Head of Logistics and Supply Chain Systems Engineering Research Unit and
Centre for Demonstration and Technology Transfer of Industry 4.0 (LogEn i4.0)
Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology (SIIT)
Thammasat University, Thailand
Topic: Application of Simulation to Teach Lean Automation Concept
1. Laptop with Internet Explorer version 7 – 11 and Install Microsoft Silverlight
2. Internet access
For those who are interested in joining the workshop are requested to register in order to send participants user name and password to access GD.findi.
The objective of this workshop is to introduce the concept of designing lean Automation using the production simulation on Cloud, GD.findi, by Lexer Research Inc. We will build simple automation model and work on the simulation result to interactively navigate detailed simulation record data using production cockpit and output visualizer, Material Flow Chart. Participants will learn how to design the initial work in process and machine cycle time that could improve the efficiency of the production line. Moreover, participants could get hand on with the teaching material that they could also adopt for teaching an introduction simulation class for a semester long. At the end of the workshop, the advance concept on optimization and scheduling on cloud utilizing the API to interface with GD.findi Massively Parallel Simulation Computing (PVDO) will also introduced.
Name: David Chua, National University of Singapore