Call for paper
The overall scope for the conference is Knowledge-Intensive Product Realisation in Co-operation for Future Sustainable Competitiveness. SPS2020 invite authors to submit original scientific work or descriptions of industrial applications focused on the following topics:
A. Resource- efficient production
B. Flexible production
C. Virtual production development
D. Humans in the production system
E. Circular production systems and maintenance
F. Integrated product and production development
G. Advanced and optimized components, materials and manufacturing
H. Digitalization for smart products and services
I. Renewal and organizing for sustainable innovation
J. Responsive and efficient operations and supply chains
K. Linking research and education
September 15 25
Extended deadline for abstract and workshop submission
Authors are also welcome to submit original scientific work or descriptions of industrial applications to special sessions that will be organised. There are eight special sessions:
S1. Special session: Education and Teaching in Product Realization for the Future
S2. Special session: Manufacturing Testbeds and Innovation Hubs
S3. Special session: Development of Changeable and Reconfigurable Production
S4. Special session: Supply Chain Relocation
S5. Special session: Collaborative Research Approaches in Practice
S6. Special session: Smart Production System Design and Implementation
S7. Special session: Additive Manufacturing in the Production System
S8. Special session: Management of Manufacturing Digitalization
During the conference there will be two workshops with invited speakers:
WS1. Workshop: Best practice in co-production of education and research
WS2. Workshop: Experiences from the Production2030-doctoral course in International production
We also welcome workshops arranged by others. Submit a description (400-600 words) of your planned workshop for evaluation.
Please select workshop as topic for the submission.
Authors from academia, industry, and research institutes are invited to submit abstracts of 400-600 words. The abstract should give an outline of the final paper, indicating the paper’s merits and relevance to the symposium scope, a brief account of the results and the conclusions.
When you submit your abstract, please indicate topic or special session.
The final paper should be 6-10 pages long. The required language is English, and all submissions are made electronically.
All submitted abstracts and all full papers will be subject to peer-review by the scientific committee.
For paper acceptance, at least one unique author per paper need to be registered by the early registration deadline.
Template(s) for full paper
Instructions to be added (no template for abstract/workshop proposal).
Submission of abstract and workshop proposal is OPEN.
Prepare your abstract or workshop proposal according to the instructions above and submit by the SPS2020 Conference Management System (EasyChair), click to access.