Connected Everything has funded an Early Career Researcher Placement Scheme and two schools for PhD students and Post Doctoral researchers.  A central ambition of the network is to foster a climate of inter-disciplinary cross-fertilisation and the development of digital manufacturing researchers’ skills.

Early Career Researcher Placement Scheme

Winter Workshop 2019

Hosted by Nottingham Trent University, the “Smart Industry Workshop – Recent Advances in Industrial Digitalisation, Robotics and Automation” event will take place on 09-11 January 2019.  A website supporting this event has been launched [http://smartindustry4.uk/] and details of how to apply for a place on the winter workshop will be circulated in the next few weeks.

Smart Industry Workshop Programme

Details of speakers’ topics and biographies can be found in the programme document, as well as a list of participants and delegate information.

Summer School 2017

The 2017 Summer School “The Machine Learning in Manufacturing Summer School: Addressing the Challenges of Industry 4.0”, which took place from 12-15 September 2017 at Warwick Manufacturing Group, University of Warwick, was a collaboration between Professor Darek Ceglarek from Warwick Manufacturing Group and Dr Rajesh Ransing from Swansea University. The Summer School was also kindly sponsored by Natural Computing Applications Forum (NCAF) and Neural Computing and Applications (NC&A) Journal.  Amongst the topics explored were Predictive Analytics and Data Visualisation in Manufacturing; Supply Chain Management and Connected Enterprise; Automated Inspection and Image Processing; and Human-Robot and Robot-Robot Interactions.