General Programme

Conference Program – TE 2020

  • The conference will be held from 1.07 to 10.07.
  • Synchronous (online) sessions will be organized between 12.00 and 17.00, Warsaw time.

Online sessions:


Wednesday July 1
12.00 – 12.20 (pm)Opening Ceremony 
12.20 – 13.20 (pm)Keynote 1Marcello Pellicciari, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy Transdisciplinary Research in Digital Twin and Industry 4.0
13.20 – 14.20 (pm)Keynote 2Dariusz Michalak, VP Solaris Bus&Coach SA, CAF Group, Poland City buses in the transformation era of public transit systems, e-mobility, IoT, customer driven products and services


Thursday July 2
12.00 – 13.00 (pm)Council Meeting
13.00 – 14.00 (pm)AGM
15.00 – 16.00 (pm)Keynote 3Michael Sobolewski, Air Force Research Laboratory, WPAFB, Ohio,
Polish Japanese Academy of IT, Warsaw, Poland Transdisciplinary Design – Process Expression and Actualization
16.00 – 17.00 (pm)Keynote 4Soundar Kumara, Penn State University, AI + ML + MANUFACTURING
The Power to Make Anything Anywhere Quickly


Friday July 3
12.00 – 13.00 (pm)Keynote 5Linda Newnes, University of Bath, UK CREATING A TRANSDISCIPLINARITY INDEX: THE ROUTE TO SELF-ASSESMENT
13.00 – 14.00 (pm)Keynote 6Włodzisław Duch, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland Artificial Intelligence and Neurocognitive Technologies for Human Augmentation
14.00 – 15.00 (pm)Closing Ceremony

JOIN Offline Sessions

Throughout the conference period 1-10.07 offline discussions of the submitted papers.

Session: 1«Transdisciplinary Engineering»
8John P.T. Mo and Ronald C. Beckett. Transdisciplinary System of Systems Development in the Trend to X4.0
13Jana Sajdakova, Linda Newnes, Emily Carey and Vimal Dhokia. Mapping the competencies of Design Engineers against the Jantsch hierarchical system
14Nataliya Mogles, Emily Carey, Susan Lattanzio, Alex Kharlamov, Glenn Parry, Linda Newnes and Ben Hicks. Classifying Disciplinarity of TE Engineering Academic Literature
15Emily Carey, James Gopsill and Linda Newnes. Text Analysis of Disciplinary Research Papers
77Linda Newnes, Susan Lattanzio and Emily Carey. TRansdisciplinary ENgineering Design (TREND): Towards a Transdisciplinary Engineering Index
78Mark Goudswaard, Ben Hicks and Linda Newnes. An appraisal and classification of the transdisciplinarity of existing design tools
107Mark Wever, Nel Wognum, Munir Shah, Mostafa Sharifi and Marlon M. Reis. Transdisciplinary approach to hyper-transparency
Session: 2«Transdisciplinary Engineering Education»
6Susan Lattanzio, Linda Newnes, Glenn Parry, Jana Sajdakova and Richard Burke. Towards a practical approach for TE education: A case study of the University of Bath
48Jéssica Mendes Jorge, Alexandre Crepory Abbott Oliveira and Andréa Cristina Santos. Analyzing How University is Preparing Engineering Students for Industry 4.0
84Michele Marcos de Oliveira, Bernardo Reisdorfer-Leite, Marcelo Rudek and Osiris Canciglieri Junior. Evaluation of the effectiveness of open innovation and acceleration programs on research and development performed by universities
Session: 3«Industry 4.0, Methods and Tools»
22Jaqueline Iaksch, Ederson Carvalhar Fernandes and Milton Borsato. Digitalization and Big Data in Smart Farming – Bibliometric and Systemic Analysis
26Roberta Ferrari de Sá, Anderson Szejka and Osiris Canciglieri Junior. Information traceability for an automatic nonconformities identification based on Industry 4.0 paradigm: preliminary study
28Nicolai Beisheim, Markus Linde, Markus Kiesel and Tobias Ott. Using AutomationML and graph-based design languages for automatic generation of digital twins of cyber-physical systems
39Tainá da Rocha, Anderson Szejka and Osiris Canciglieri Junior. A Preliminary Discussion of the ACATECH 4.0 and AHP to mesure Enterprise Maturity Level Index
50Rodolpho Cuenca, Fernando Deschamps, Pablo Deivid Valle, Rodrigo Tokars and Victor Warnecke. Systematic literature review of the usage of Internet of Things on industrial logistics
57Jerzy Pokojski, Lech Knap and Michal Trojgo. Concept of Design Activity Supporting Tool in the Design and Development Process of CPS
68Alexandre Helmann, Fernando Deschamps and Eduardo De Freitas Rocha Loures. Reference architectures for industry 4.0: systematic literature review
Session: 4«Human-centred Design»
1Fabio Grandi, Margherita Peruzzini, Roberto Raffaeli and Marcello Pellicciari. Transdisciplinary Assessment Matrix to design Human-Machine Interaction
2Fabio Grandi, Margherita Peruzzini, Claudia Campanella and Marcello Pellicciari. Application of innovative tools to design ergonomic control dashboards
47Larissa De Oliveira Matia Leite, Alexandre Minoru Sasaki, Rosimeire Sedrez Bitencourt, Maria Lucia Miyake Okumura and Osiris Canciglieri Junior. Humanization and macroergonomics: an analysis in the billing sector of a Brazilian Hospital
59Ian Hudson Moggio, Maria Lucia Miyake Okumura, Osiris Canciglieri Junior and Geane Aparecida Poteriko da Silva. Socio-technical system analysis for identification of the informational requirements of prosthetic device users for upper limb
64Gang Shen. Automatic Radiographic Bone Age Assessment Using Deep Joint Learning with Attention Modules
70Zuzanna Łąpieś, Przemysław Siemiński, Jarosław Mańkowski, Jakub Lipnicki, Łukasz Żrodowski, Piotr Żach, Michał Fotek and Łukasz Gołębiewski. The concept of using digital materials and additive manufacturing to produce innovative orthopedic corsets – design, research and FEM analysis
75Fan Li, Danni Chang, Yisi Liu, Jian Cui, Chun-Hsien Chen, Olga Sourina, Shanshan Feng and Ning Huang. Evaluation of Humanoid Robot Design based on Global Eye-tracking Metrics
87Cees Bil, Greg Hanlon, David Chipperfield and Michael Cheesman. Transdisciplinary Design Aspects of an Air Mobile Stroke Unit
Session: 5«Methods and Tools for Design and Production»
12Caimao Tan, Junliang He and Yuancai Wang. Integrated Optimization of Berth Allocation and Quay Crane Assignment under Uncertainties
17Shuichi Fukuda. From Control to Coordination: Mahalanobis Distance-Pattern Approach to Strategic Desicion Making
18Carl-Johan Jonsson, Roland Stolt and Fredrik Elgh. Stamping dies for sheet metal forming: Current state and future research directions
33Chun-Ting Wu, Nan-Jun Hong, Amy Trappey and Charles Trappey. VR-enabled Chatbot System Supporting Transformer Mass-customization Services
38Yini Chen, Zuhua Jiang and Baihe Li. A hybrid heuristic optimization approach for green flatcar transportation scheduling in shipbuilding
40José Maurício Mottin De Andrade, Athon Francisco Curi Staben De Moura Leite, Matheus Beltrame Canciglieri, Eduardo De Freitas Rocha Loures, Osiris Canciglieri Junior and Anderson Luis Szejka. A Multi-Criteria Approach for FMEA in Product Development in Industry 4.0
46José Roberto Lobo, Anderson Szejka, Eduardo Rocha Loures and Osiris Canciglieri Junior. Application of MCDM to determine uncertainties and impacts among the main agents involved in the earlier stages of the PDP
55Zuoxu Wang, Xinyu Li, Chun-Hsien Chen and Li Pheng Khoo. A context-aware approach for smart PSS solution evaluation
56Mohammad Arjomandi Rad, Roland Stolt and Fredrik Elgh. System properties to address the butterfly effects in product realization
60Bo Song, Kefan Shang, Junliang He, Wei Yan and Tianjiao Zhang. Impact Assessment of Food Safety News Using Stacking Ensemble Learning
80Josip Stjepandic. Automated Generation of a Digital Twin of a Manufacturing System by Using Scan and Convolutional Neural Networks
81Łukasz Gołębiewski, Piotr Żach, Jarosław Mańkowski and Michał Fotek. Analysis of phenomena in safety systems made of hyper-elastic materials – selected issues
104Bogumił Chiliński and Anna Mackojc. A coupled thermomechanical model of a crank mechanism
Session: 6«Product and Process Development»
3Jingchen Cong, Pai Zheng and Chun-Hsien Chen. Design Entropy Theory: A Novel Transdisciplinary Design Methodology for Smart PSS Development
29Nicolai Beisheim, Markus Linde, Markus Kiesel and Tobias Ott. Evaluation and development of digital collaboration techniques for interdisciplinary collaboration
82Krzysztof Mateja and Wojciech Skarka. Towards energetic autonomy of UAV
86Georg Rock, Christian Bettinger, Sara Allabar and Michael Müllen. scone – A Requirements Management Tool for the Specification and Variability-based Analysis of Product Lines
88Cees Bil and Eleanor Colbeck. Multi-Disciplinary Optimisation Framework for Dual-Mode Launch Vehicle Concepts
91Josip Stjepandic and Sebastian Stobrawa. Improvement of Factory Planning by Automated Generation of a Digital Twin
93Krzysztof Twardoch and Patryk Borkowski. Development and construction of LED lamp power supply cover based on the design concept for injection molding
95Wojciech Skarka and Nikodem Ciomperlik. Morphic arrangement of high flexibility and aspect ratio wing
102Mei Liu, Yu Wang and Wei Yan. Vulnerability Analysis of Road Networks based on hierarchical models
Session: 7«Knowledge and Data Modelling»
4Vinícius da Silva Ramalho, Rômulo Francisco Lepinsk Lopes, Ricardo Luhm Silva and Marcelo Rudek. Customized Synthetic Dataset for Deep Learning Noise Filtering for TOF Navigation Applications
23Cristine Ferraz, Eduardo Rocha Loures and Fernando Deschamps. BIM Maturity Models Evaluated by Design Principles
27Ramon Martinez Pereira, Anderson Szejka and Osiris Canciglieri Junior. A Discussion on Current Issues for Semantic Interoperability in an Integrated Manufacturing System
30Alexandre Crepory Abbott Oliveira, Jéssica Mendes Jorge, Andrea Cristina Santos and Geraldo Pereira Rocha Filho. Neural network with specialized knowledge for forecasting intermittent demand
35An-Shiang Li, Amy J.C. Trappey and Charles V. Trappey. Intelligent Identification of Trademark Case Precedents Using Semantic Ontology
51Hang Yu, Junliang He and Caimao Tan. Optimization of loading clusters for uncertain loading sequence
52Mitja Varl, Joze Duhovnik and Joze Tavcar. Customized Product Development Supported by Integrated Information
54Wim Verhagen and Thijs Oudkerk. Use of textual elements to improve reliability prediction for aircraft component behavior
58Shamnath Thajudeen, Martin Lennartsson, Fredrik Elgh and Per Johan Persson. Parametric modelling of steel connectors in a glulam based post and beam building system – Towards a flexible product platform approach
69Jerzy Pokojski, Jarosław Pruszyński, Konrad Oleksiński and Maciej Mazik. Knowledge based assisting tools – real life inspirations
79Josip Stjepandic. An Approach for Agile Engineering Change Management within Global Product Development
99Carina Fresemann, Fabian Wilking, Benjamin Schleich, Rainer Stark and Sandro Wartzack. Gaps and Challenges Using MBSE
101Essam Shehab, Arshyn Meiirbekov and Shoaib Sarfraz. Challenges in Cost Modelling of Recycling Carbon Fiber Composites
105Egon Ostrosi and Sylvain Sagot. Modularity and Configuration Applied to Product Integrating the IoT Technology
108Egon Ostrosi, Josip Stjepandic and Zarko Tomasic. Robust CAD Modelling: Concepts and Principles for Industrial Applications
Session: 8«Business Process and Supply Chain Management»
10John Bang Mathiasen and Henning de Haas. In the era of digitalising Shop Floor Management: in blissful ignorance of superfluous work
20Gianfranco Muncinelli, Edson Pinheiro de Lima, Sergio E. Gouvea Da Costa, Fernando Deschamps and José Marcelo A. P. Cestari. Components of the Preliminary Conceptual Model for Process Capability in LGPD Context
24Henning de Haas and John Bang Mathiasen. Practice-based Learning as lever for successfully adapting Supply Chain 4.0 technology: foreground people.
25世娟 崔 and 玫洁 李. Will enterprise ownership affect the performance of foreign direct investment? Based on the Perspective of Institutional Logic
31Ruan Rithelle De Faria Franco Chagas, Paulo Henrique Modesti and Milton Borsato. Bibliometric and Systemic Analysis of Production Planning Optimization
62Yuki Matsuda and Kenji Tanaka. Delivery demand peak leveling based on customer’s acceptance capability analysis
76Rashitah Rahmat, Effendi Mohamad, Teruaki Ito, Rosidah Jaafar, Nor Akramin Mohamad and Adi Saptari. A Revamp of the Internal Quality Auditing Process
Session: 9«Sustainability»
16Olivia Kaldas, Lamia Shihata and Jens Kiefer. A framework for enterprise level sustainability assessment of manufacturing organizations
49Mateusz Bednarski, Maciej Gis and Marcin K. Wojs. Global transport challenges in reducing harmful emissions: selected examples for polish part of Trans-European road network (TERN)
85Egon Ostrosi, Jean-Bernard Bluntzer and Josip Stjepandić. A CAD Material Skeleton – based Approach for Sustainable Design
90Georg Rock, Lucas Küntzer, Marcel Schwarzenbarth, Jonas Reetz, Sascha Reinshagen, Daniel Siladjev and Damir Zinn. evoDash – a software development platform for the student-driven vehicle development project proTRon EVOLUTION


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