IX IFAC Conference on Manufacturing Modeling, Management, and Control

Berlin School of Economics and Law is inviting to the 9th IFAC/IFIP/IFORS/IISE/INFORMS Conference

Manufacturing Modelling, Management and Control MIM 2019!

MIM 2019 Mission: Connect Control, Industrial Engineering, OR and Data Science for better management decision-support systems in digital, resilient and sustainable manufacturing and supply chains in the era of Industry 4.0

The central theme of the 9th IFAC/IFIP/IFORS/IISE/INFORMS Conference on Manufacturing Modelling, Management and Control MIM 2019 will be

Digital, Resilient and Sustainable Manufacturing 4.0

Digitalization, resilience, and sustainability shape current and future trends in manufacturing modelling, management, and control. The aim of MIM 2019 is to bring together researchers and practitioners in industrial engineering, manufacturing systems, operations research, supply chain management, and business informatics to present and discuss emerging topics in modern manufacturing modeling, management, and control. MIM’2019 will follow a rich tradition of previous IFAC conferences and symposia in Manufacturing and Logistics held in Germany. MIM’2019 will focus in particular on the most innovative methods proposed in the last few years in the context of digitalization, risk management, and resilience in production and logistics systems in the 21st century.

The conference will cover all topics related to design, implementation and operation of modern manufacturing systems in digitalization era, including (but not limited to) the following:

  • Analytics, optimization and machine learning in manufacturing and supply chains
  • Control of manufacturing processes
  • Digital supply chain
  • Data-driven applications in manufacturing
  • Design and reconfiguration of manufacturing systems
  • Facility planning and materials handling
  • Industry 4.0
  • Digital manufacturing networks and smart operations
  • Artificial intelligence applications to manufacturing
  • Inventory control, production planning and scheduling
  • Risk management, resilience and flexibility
  • Logistics, supply chains and networks
  • Supply network dynamics and control
  • Control theory applications to production systems and supply chains
  • Operations and supply chain simulation
  • Sustainable manufacturing
  • Business analytics for manufacturing systems
  • Market responsive supply chains
  • Enterprise modelling, integration and networking
  • Information, systems, control and interoperability
  • Information management for the Net-Enterprise
  • Modeling, simulation, control and monitoring of manufacturing processes
  • Robotics in manufacturing
  • Intelligent manufacturing systems
  • Intelligent transportation
  • Service oriented architecture for production management and control
  • Knowledge management in production
  • Fostering innovation in manufacturing
  • Monitoring, diagnosis and maintenance of manufacturing systems
  • Complex adaptive systems and emergent synthesis in manufacturing
  • Web-enabled manufacturing control and wireless automation
  • Design for reusability
  • Maintainability, reliability, safety and dependability of production systems
  • Quality management
  • Virtual reality
  • Sensor networks, ubiquitous computing, active identifiers, wireless communication in manufacturing
  • Distributed systems and multi-agents technologies
  • Discrete event systems in manufacturing
  • Simulation technologies
  • Operations research
  • Probabilistic models in industrial plant control
  • Industrial and applied mathematics for production

More information is here: https://blog.hwr-berlin.de/mim2019/