The 8th ICIEA-EU 2021

For COVID-19, considering the safety and health of all participants, the ICIEA-EU, 8th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Applications (Europe), was held via online, January 08-11, 2020 successfully. Accepted papers were published in ACM (ISBN: 978-1-4503-8992-1). (Online) Successfully indexed by EI Compendex and SCOPUS.


Enjoy The Conference

The IEEE Fellow, Prof. Rajiv Sabherwal from University of Arkansas, USA delivered keynote speech Information Technology and COVID-19: Some Observations and Empirical Findings, Prof. Luiz Moutinho from University of Suffolk, UK delivery the keynote speech TecHuman: from Heterogeneous / Autonimic / Surface / Cognitive / Quantum Computing... to Industry 4.0, HE 2.0, Virtusphere, Robotic telepresence, Augmented Humanity and the Human Algorithm, Prof. Roel Leus from KU Leuven, Belgium delivered keynote speech Getting Your Paper Published - A Personal Perspective for the Field of Operations Research.

Prof. Dimitri Lefebvre from University Le HAVRE, France delivered invite speech Privacy and Security in Cyber-physical Systems with Discrete Event Systems and Assoc. Prof. Adrian E. Coronado Mondragon from Royal Holloway University of London, UK delivered invite speech Managing the Process of Digitalisation in Food Supply Chains: A Conceptual Approach in the Fisheries Sector.

Then participants joined several sessions and disscussed the recent research around topics Information Technology and Management Science, Modern Manufacturing and Industrial Technology, Information Economy and Development, Machine Learning and Industrial Engineering etc. For every session, one best oral presenter was selected by chairman. They are Walter Moreno from Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas, Peru, Vittoria Biagi from University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy; Zhanynek Suleiman from Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan; Barbara Eliza P. Vallespin from Mapua University, Philippines and Mathias Laile, from Technical University of Munich, Germany. Congratulations to them.