The 15th Global Congress on Manufacturing and Management

GCMM2020

and

The 3rd International Conference on Intelligent Systems in Production Engineering and Maintenance

ISPEM2020

24-27.11.2020, Liverpool John Moores University

Conference

About

With great pride and pleasure we would like to inform you that the third edition of ISPEM2020 will take place within the 15th Global Congress on Manufacturing and Management (GCMM2020) in Liverpool.

The combined conference is a great opportunity to meet researchers from around the world and to achieve global impact of the presented papers. ISPEM2020 and GCMM2020 create a unique chance to build international collaborations and expand research to new dimensions.

GCMM is a major biennial international conference for widespread dissemination of knowledge in manufacturing, management, engineering and technology. Recent events held in Australia (2018), China (2016), India (2014), New Zealand (2012) and Thailand (2010), were highly successful and attracted delegates from over 25 countries. GCMM 2020 is very special as for the first time this global congress will be held in Europe, in the UK, to share new attainments in research and industrial practice between academic scholars and industry practitioners.

The ISPEM conference was established as an interdisciplinary forum in the areas of intelligent systems, methods and techniques and their applications in production systems. The importance of these issues attracted both academic and industrial participants. The exchange of ideas and opinions on research efforts and industry needs related to intelligent systems in industrial applications was very fruitful. The primary concerns of the conference attendees were new solutions for innovative plants, research results and case studies taking into account advances in production and maintenance from the point of view of Industry 4.0.

Papers of high quality will be published in:

  • Springer, AISC (Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing) series (20 points)
  • Procedia Manufacturing, an international open access journal by Elsevier (40 points)
  • Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science (IF=1,359)
  • Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture (IF=1,752)
  • Journal of Physics: Conference Series (40 points, WoS)

Organized by:

Supported by:

Topics of ISPEM2020

  • Intelligent Methods in Management of Production
  • Intelligence Methods in Modelling and Design
  • Intelligence Methods in Robotics
  • Intelligence Methods in Production Planning and Scheduling
  • Intelligence Methods in Control and Supervision
  • Applications of Intelligent Methods and Systems in Production
  • Hybrid intelligence systems
  • Machine Learning
  • Fuzzy approaches
  • Data Maning

Special Sessions

Multi-faceted modelling of networks and processes

Scope

The session will involve topics associated with modern, advanced modelling of networks and processes. The use of new possibilities of the Spread Page notation for knowledge representation, such as Three-dimensional Representation, Time-varying Representation, Layered Representation, Scaled Detail Representation, Aspect-oriented Representation are to be discussed in terms to describe different aspects of modelling networks as well as production and business processes. The session purpose is to provide participants with an opportunity to present and discuss the new, innovative approaches to modeling. The focus will be on new possibilities for above mentioned knowledge representations, exploration of new areas of application, tools for publishing, reading, multi-faceted model transformation and converting into a classical, two-dimensional projection. The session organizers will provide an open forum for exchanging views and new achievements between invited specialists from different fields of science and engineering.

The topics are related to:

  • Computer aided modelling and design,
  • Knowledge management,
  • Process modelling,
  • Network modelling,
  • Methods of knowledge representations,
  • Knowledge representations in production systems,
  • Knowledge visualization methods.

Session chairman:

Robert Waszkowski, Military University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland, robert.waszkowski@wat.edu.pl

Co-Chairs:

Rafał Kasprzyk, Military University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland, rafal.kasprzyk@wat.edu.pl
Rafał Ładysz, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, United States of America

Contact information:

Email address: robert.waszkowski@wat.edu.pl
Postal address:
George Mason University, Department of Information Sciences and Technology, 4400 University Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030, Virginia, United States of America, +17039931000
Military University of Technology, Faculty of Cybernetics, ul. Gen. Witolda Urbanowicza 2, 00-908 Warszawa, Poland, phone: +48602682683

Companies Towards Technical and Organizational Challenges of Modern Industry

Scope

Changes in modern world are numerous challenges for companies both in technical and organizational areas. The aim of the session is to present analyze these challenges both theoretical concepts and practical implementations especially in the following areas: Digital Factory, simulations of materials, products, processes and production systems, Rapid Manufacturing and Virtual Prototyping, taking into account environmental issues in product lifecycle and Virtual and Augmented Reality in industrial trainings, data and systems integration.

Session Organizers:

Intelligent systems, methods and techniques supporting sustainability of manufacturing processes

Scope

Intelligent systems, methods and techniques (ISMT) are present more and more often in manufacturing companies. They support manufacturing processes planning, realization, monitoring and reporting as well as they support decision making process. Many advantages that ISMT bring can be identified. In the same time many challenges for companies appear. ISMT influence on various aspects concerning manufacturing areas and company operations. It is interesting to research how intelligent systems, methods and techniques can influence sustainability of manufacturing companies. ISMT can influence economic aspects. To develop and implement new solutions the companies must invest in technologies that will bring financial benefits. New technologies can influence social aspects by creating new work positions or by eliminating old professions. They might also support workers in performing their job or they might require new or improved knowledge and skills. Moreover, new technologies might influence positively environmental aspects what can be noticed by companies and what might additionally influence positively on financial aspects, by decreasing for example costs of energy use.
The Special Session addresses the many issues connected with intelligent systems, methods and techniques that might support sustainability of manufacturing companies, manufacturing lines or even single workstations, or can support sustainable development of the entire supply chain.
The aim of the Special Session is to provide an international forum for the dissemination and exchange of scientific information on design and application of modern technologies that can be applied to support sustainable development with identification of benefits which these technologies can bring in all areas of sustainability: economic, social and sentimental.
Topics of interest concern application and influence on sustainability the intelligent systems, methods and techniques and include but are not limited to:
• Vertical system integration
• Horizontal system integration
• Cyber Physical Systems
• Simulations of manufacturing systems
• Computer aided systems in enterprises
• Virtual reality
• Digital twins
• Autonomous robots
• Human-robot collaboration
• Decision making process based on stream data in real time
• Big data
• E-learning
• Internet of Things
• Value chain management
• Machine Learning

Session Organizers:

• Dorota Stadnicka – Rzeszow University of Technology, dorota.stadnicka@prz.edu.pl
• Dario Antonelli – Politecnico di Torino, dario.antonelli@polito.it

Supply chain in the context of Industry 4.0

Scope

The fourth industrial revolution (so-called Industry 4.0) is characterized by extensive use of the Internet as well as computerization and robotization of all spheres of the economy. Today’s industry is changing at an unprecedented fast pace. Earlier industrial revolutions, i.e. fundamental changes in production and communication processes, were much slower than those we are observing today. Thus, Industry 4.0 creates many unprecedented opportunities for companies and supply chains. It is also a challenge resulting from the need to use advanced technologies. Technological progress is changing the logic of functioning of the sectors of the economy. Therefore, it affects every aspect of people’s lives. Smart factories are becoming its heart. The effective functioning of intelligent factories is, however, conditional on their proper cooperation with the environment. Nowadays it is accepted that integration with entities involved in creating value throughout the entire flow of goods is the most beneficial, and therefore not only the producers, but also the entire chain or supply network in which they operate should be analysed.

Topics of interest concern but are not limited to:

  • Supply Chain in Industry 4.0
  • Supply Chain 4.0
  • Logistics 4.0
  • Maintenance in Supply Chain
  • Smart Supply Chain
  • Sustainable Supply Chain
  • Flexible Supply Chain
  • Internet of Things in Supply Chain
  • Smart manufacturing and factory
  • Supply Chain Dynamics
  • Supply Chain Risk Management
  • Supply Chain resilience
  • Logistics Challenges in Industry 4.0

Session Organizers:

Katarzyna Grzybowska, Poznan University of Technology, Poland, mail: katarzyna.grzybowska@put.poznan.pl
Małgorzata Jasiulewicz-Kaczmarek, Poznan University of Technology, Poland mail: malgorzata.jasiulewicz-kaczmarek@put.poznan.pl
Agnieszka Stachowiak, Poznan University of Technology, Poland mail: agnieszka.stachowiak@put.poznan.pl

Data Intelligence in Production

Scope

Nowadays data and knowledge are central to modern and smart production. Due to current challenges in production organisation and management such as the need of the analysis of various forms of data in order to be useful for further development of a production company, it is necessary to take actions supporting the building, implementation and application of data-based models for data intelligence in production. The process of a fully automated acquiring data, information and expert knowledge, then formalising and transferring it into a useful form, as well as the evaluation and analysis of the gathered data will be covered in this session. In that context, the session provides an excellent forum for researchers and industrial practitioners to meet and share experiences, theoretical issues or application examples based on the latest trends in data and knowledge engineering, especially in modeling and implementing knowledge and data based systems for production enterprises and also in Digital Twin for a production process.

Authors are invited to submit full papers describing original research work associated with Data Intelligence in Production related problems in areas including, but not limited to:

  • Database Design and Modeling for Production,
  • Knowledge and Data Engineering Tools and Techniques,
  • Digital Twin for a Production,
  • Simulation of discrete manufacturing system,
  • Modelling of manufacturing processes,
  • Data, Information and Knowledge Management in Production,
  • Algorithms and Methods for Automated Data Acquisition,
  • Expert Knowledge Acquisition and Sharing,
  • Computational Intelligence Methods and Application,
  • Manufacturing Systems Capacity Balancing,
  • Intelligent web mining and applications,

Contributions containing of both: the theoretical and practical results obtained in this area are welcome.

Session Chairs:

The future of mining

Mining faces huge challenges. On the one hand, they are associated with climate change, limiting the impact on the environment and gaining social acceptance for their activities, and this cannot be achieved without greater transparency and openness. On the other hand, mining must modernize its operations by joining the revolution referred to as industry 4.0. Without innovation, development of new technologies and intelligent operation, it will be difficult to meet the growing demand for raw materials. The decreasing average grade of existing and discovered new deposits forces an increase in productivity and reduction of energy consumption. Mining must ensure full control of its operations and deal with a lack of capital, volatility of commodity prices, rising costs, lack of staff, limited water availability and numerous threats. It must reach places that were previously inaccessible: deeper, to the bottom of the oceans, under the ice, into space.

The session will cover technological advances in the areas of:

  • artificial intelligence. smart mines and mining innovations,
  • automation and simulation,
  • mining machinery diagnostics,
  • supply chain, quality tracking and  blockchain,
  • virtual and digital mines + big data mining,
  • short, long and intergenration optimisation,
  • CSR and social license to mining and sustainability
  • time, materials and energy savings and management + circular economy,
  • mining in oceans and space
  • water mining

Session Organizers:

Leszek Jurdziak, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, leszek.jurdziak@pwr.edu.pl
Ryszard Błażej, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, ryszrd.blazej@pwr.edu.pl
Katarzyna Pactwa, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, katarzyna.pactwa@pwr.edu.pl

Computer Adding in Production Engineering and Design

Contemporary managers in formulated strategies for their organizations have universally accepted quality management, which has already become an inseparable element of enterprise management. High quality of products is now something completely natural, and almost all the activities of competing enterprises are moving towards innovation, which allows reducing costs and creates new components of value offered to customers, which results in increased competitiveness of companies. Innovative modeling of processes resulting in the production of better market products requires the use of not only modern techniques and technologies, but also the use of appropriate methods and tools in the area of shaping and quality management.

Topics of interest concern but are not limited to:

  • Computer aiding of design process
  • Computer aided process planning
  • Computer aided scheduling process
  • Engineering analysis and simulation of manufacturing processes
  • Computer application for quality analysis
  • Computer application for safety analysis

Session Organizers:

Chairman: Aleksander Gwiazda, Silesian University of Technology, Poland, mail: aleksander.gwiazda@polsl.pl
Secretary: Małgorzata Olender, Silesian University of Technology, Poland, mail: malgorzata.olender@polsl.pl

Call for Special Sessions

Researchers who would like to organise one or more Special Sessions on topics falling within the scope of the conference ISPEM2020 are invited to submit a proposal for consideration. This should include:

  • The title of the session
  • Organizers name and affiliaton
  • A paragraph describing the theme of the session
  • Contact details for the Chair(s)
  • A short-form CV for the proposed Invited Session Chair(s)

Committee of ISPEM2020

Patrons

Edward Chlebus, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Tomasz Nowakowski, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)

Chaires

Anna Burduk, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Andre DL Batako, Liverpool John Moores University (England)
Joanna Helman, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Maria Rosienkiewicz, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)

Program Committee (click to see more)

Ali Aidy, National Defence University of Malaysia (Malaysia)
Akimov Oleg, National Technical University (Ukraine)
Ambroziak Andrzej, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Antonelli Dario – Politecnico di Torino (Italy)
Antosz Katarzyna, Rzeszow University of Technology (Poland)
Awasthi Anjali, Concordia University (Canada)
Avila Paulo, Polytechnic Institute of Porto (Portugal)
Banaszak Zbigniew, Koszalin University of Technology (Poland)
Baraldi Piero, Politecnico di Milano (Italy),
Barni Andrea Francesco, University of Applied Sciences of Southern (Switzerland)
Basl Josef, University of West Bochemia (Czech Republic)
Berenguer Christophe, Grenoble Institute of Technology (France)
Bernard Alain, Ecole Centrale de Nantes (France)
Bożejko Wojciech, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Bracke Stefan, University of Wuppertal (Germany)
Bučinskas Vytautas, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (Lithuania)
Burduk Anna, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Bureika Gintautas, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (Lithuania)
Buscher Udo, Technical University of Dresden (Germany)
Cambal Milos, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (Slovakia)
Capaldo Guido, University of Naples Federico II (Italy)
Cariow Aleksandr , West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin (Poland)
Chlebus Edward, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Chlebus Tomasz, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Cholewa Mariusz, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Chromjaková Felicita, Tomas Bata University in Zlín (Czech Republic)
Ćwikła Grzegorz, Silesian University of Technology (Poland)
Davidrajuh Reggie, University of Stavanger (Norway)
Demichela Micaela, Politecnico de Torino (Italy)
Despotis Dimitris, University of Piraeus (Greece)
Deuse Jochen, Technical University of Dortmund (Germany)
Diakun Jacek, Poznan University of Technology (Poland)
Donatelli Gustavo, Federal University of Santa Catarina (Brazil)
Dossou Paul-Eric, ICAM University (France)
Dostatni Ewa, Poznan University of Technology (Poland)
Drevetskyi Volodymyr, National University of Water and Environmental Engineering (Ukraine)
Duda Jan, Cracow University of Technology (Poland)
Dulina Ľuboslav, University of Zilina (Slovakia)
Dybała Bogdan, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Edl Milan, University of West Bohemia (Czech Republic)
Ferreira Luis, University of Porto (Portugal)
Filipenko Oleksandr, Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics (Ukraine)
Fomichov Serhii, National Technical University of Ukraine (Ukraine)
Fridgeirsson Thordur Vikingur, Reykjavik University (Iceland)
Fumagalli Luca, Politecnico di Milano (Italy)
Furch Jan, University of Defence (Czech Republic)
Furman Joanna, Silesian University of Technology (Poland)
Gawlik Józef, Cracow University of Technology (Poland)
Gierulski Wacław, Kielce University of Technology (Poland)
Ładysz Rafał, George Mason University (USA)
Gola Arkadiusz, Lublin University of Technology (Poland)
Górski Filip, Poznan University of Technology (Poland)
Grabowik Cezary, Silesian University of Technology (Poland)
Grajewski Damian, Poznan University of Technology (Poland)
Grall Antoine, University of Technology of Troyes (France)
Gregor Milan, University of Žilina (Slovakia)
Greenwood Allen G., Mississippi State University (USA)
Grozav Sorin, Technical University of Cluj Napoca (Romania)
Grzybowska Katarzyna, Poznan University of Technology (Poland)
Gwiazda Aleksander, Silesian University of Technology (Poland)
Gyula Mester, Óbuda University (Hungary)
Hamrol Adam, Poznan University of Technology (Poland)
Helman Joanna, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Jasiulewicz-Kaczmarek Małgorzata, Poznan University of Technology (Poland)
Jodejko-Pietruczuk Anna, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Jurdziak Leszek, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Jurko Jozef, Technical University of Kosice (Slovakia)
Kacprzyk Janusz, Polish Academy of Sciences (Poland)
Kalinowski Krzysztof, Silesian University of Technology (Poland)
Kantola Jussi, University of Vaasa (Finland)
Kasprzyk Rafał, Military University of Technology (Poland)
Kawałek Anna, Czestochowa University of Technology (Poland)
Kaźmierczak Jan, Silesian University of Technology (Poland)
Kłos Sławomir, University of Zielona Góra (Poland)
Knapiński Marcin, Czestochowa University of Technology (Poland)
Knosala Ryszard, Opole University of Technology (Poland)
Korytkowski Przemysław, West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin (Poland)
Kozłowski Edward, Lublin University of Technology (Poland)
Krause-Jüttler Grit, Technische Universität Dresden (Germany)
Krenczyk Damian, Silesian University of Technology (Poland)
Kristal Mark, Volgograd State Technical University (Rosja)
Król Robert, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Krykavskyi Yevhen, Lviv Technical University (Ukraine)
Kuczmaszewski Józef, Lublin University of Technology (Poland)
Kuric Ivan, University of Zilina (Słowacja)
Kurzynowski Tomasz, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Legutko Stanisław, Poznan University of Technology (Poland)
Lewandowski Jerzy, Lodz University of Technology (Poland)
Lis Teresa, Silesian University of Technology (Poland)
Loska Andrzej, Silesian University of Technology (Poland)
Łebkowski Piotr, AGH University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Machado José, University of Minho (Portugal)
Majstorovic Vidosav, University of Belgrade (Serbia)
Malec Małgorzata, Instytut Techniki Górniczej KOMAG (Poland)
Matuszek Józef, University of Bielsko-Biala (Poland)
Michalak Dariusz, Solaris Bus & Coach S.A. (Poland)
Mikler Jerzy, KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden)
Milazzo Maria Francesca, University of Messina (Italy)
Milecki Andrzej, Poznan University of Technology (Poland)
Modrak Vladimir, Technical University of Košice (Slovakia)
Nazarko Joanicjusz, Bialystok University of Technology (Poland)
Noel Frederic, Grenoble Institute of Technology (France)
Nowacki Krzysztof, Silesian University of Technology (Poland)
Nowakowski Tomasz, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Pandilov Zoran, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University (Republic of Macedonia)
Patalas-Maliszewska Justyna, University of Zielona Góra (Poland)
Pasichnyk Vitalii, National Technical University of Ukraine (Ukraine)
Pasquier Frederique, ICAM University, (France)
Pawlewski Paweł, Poznan University of Technology (Poland)
Peres Francois, University of Toulouse (France)
Perez Pereales David, Universidad Polytechnica de Valencia (Spain)
Plinta Dariusz, University of Bielsko-Biala (Poland)
Putnik Goran D., University of Minho (Portugal)
Reiner Jacek, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Rojek Izabela, Kazimierz Wielki University (Poland)
Rosienkiewicz Maria, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Roumpos Christos, Technical University of Crete (Greece)
Safonyk Andrii, National University of Water and Environmental Engineering (Ukraine)
Saniuk Anna, University of Zielona Góra (Poland)
Saniuk Sebastian, University of Zielona Góra (Poland)
Santarek Krzysztof, Warsaw University of Technology (Poland)
Sęp Jarosław, Rzeszow University of Technology (Poland)
Simon Silvio, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg (Germany)
Skoczypiec Sebastian, Cracow University of Technology (Poland)
Skołud Bożena, Silesian University of Technology (Poland)
Stadnicka Dorota, Rzeszow University of Technology (Poland)
Świć Antoni, Lublin University of Technology (Poland)
Terzi Sergio, Politecnico di Milano (Italy)
Tormos Bernardo, Universitat Politècnica de Valencia (Spain)
Trebuna Peter, Technical University of Kosice (Slovakia)
Tubis Agnieszka, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Tuokko Reijo, Tampere University of Technology (Finland)
Turmanidze Raul, Georgian Technical University (Georgia)
Ucal Sari Irem, Istanbul Technical University (Turkey)
Ungureanu Nicolae, Technical University of Cluj Napoca (Romania)
Valis David, Brno University of Defence, (Czech Republic)
Więcek Dorota, University of Bielsko-Biala (Poland)
Wirkus Marek, Gdańsk University of Technology (Poland)
Wyczółkowski Ryszard, Silesian University of Technology (Poland)
Xiao-Guang Yue, Wuhan University (China)
Xie Min, City University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
Zio Enrico, Ecole Centrale Paris LGI-Supelec (France)

Organizing Committee (click to see more)

Będza Tomasz, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Chlebus Tomasz, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Kochańska Joanna, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Krenczyk Damian, Silesian University of Technology (Poland)
Krot Kamil, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Krowicki Paweł, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Łapczyńska Dagmara, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Musiał Kamil, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Rusińska Małgorzata, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Werbińska Sylwia, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)
Woźna Anna, Wrocław University of Science and Technology (Poland)

Information

Important dates

Last date for Abstract Submission:   15/03/2020
Notice of Abstract Acceptance:           31/03/2020
Last Date for Manuscript Submission: 15/05/2020
Notice of Manuscript Acceptance: 30/06/2020
Final Submission of Revised Papers: 31/07/2020

Registration fees

Standard Registration
450 GBP
Early Registration
400 GBP
Student Registration
390 GBP
Accompanying Person
200 GBP

Authors can submit 2nd  paper at extra  fee of £100 but must register in full and present the work.

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Submission

1. Abstract Submission

  • For each abstract submitted, one thematic area that best describe the contents of the contribution must be specified. The Scientific Committee reserves the right to assign thematic categories as necessary.
  • All abstracts will be subjected to peer-review, coordinated by the Technical Committee.
  • Original work that has not been published or accepted for presentation elsewhere is preferred.
  • The criteria for evaluating abstracts include but are not limited to the following:
  • Clarity of abstract
  • Alignment with the Conference theme/s
  • Relevance to practice

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Abstract Submission Guidelines (click to see more)

Abstract Submission Guidelines

  • Abstract should not exceed 250 words.
  • The title should be brief and clearly indicate the contents of the abstract.
  • Use standard abbreviations and symbols. Keep abbreviations to a minimum and define each one when it is used for the first time. Do not include any figures or tables in abstracts, and do not submit attachments, slides, or any reference materials with the abstracts.
  • Please write the abstract with a word-processing program, check spelling and grammar, proofread carefully, copy and paste it into the form. Choose appropriate thematic areas and topics from the list provided. Abstracts cannot be modified (in their authorship, title and contents) after the deadline for abstract submission.
  • Things to consider including when writing the abstract:
  • Statement of the purpose of the presentation
  • Brief mention of the Methodology
  • Summary of the results obtained
  • Brief reflection on theoretical, methodological, and ethical implications.
  • Keywords (Maximum 6)

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Notification of Outcome

  • The authors will be notified regarding the abstract acceptance by June10th 2020. Authors of the accepted abstracts will be invited to submit a full paper using the full paper template by July 31st 2020. This paper will be blind reviewed. Authors of accepted papers will be invited to present their paper at the conference – as either an oral or poster presentation. Please note that the Technical Committee reserves the right to change submissions for oral presentations to posters, rather than refusing abstracts, depending on the number, theme, and quality of submissions.

Terms and Conditions

  • Presenting authors must register by October 15th 2020.
  • Failure to register may result in the paper being removed from the Conference program.
  • The acceptance of abstracts by the Technical Committee does not imply any financial assistance or fee deduction.
  • The Conference organisers reserve the right to allocate accepted papers into sessions as they see fit in accordance with the overall program objectives.
  • The decision of the Conference organisers is final.

2. Paper Submission

Venue

Conference place

Liverpool is a maritime city where the River Mersey meets the Irish Sea. A key trade and migration port from the 18th to the early 20th centuries, it is the home of great Football founded in 1892, the hometown of The Beatles. Ferries cruise the waterfront, where the iconic mercantile buildings known as the “Three Graces” – Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building and Port of Liverpool Building – stand on the Pier Head, where the venue of GCMM2020 is located. Liverpool European capital of culture 2028 is only 2.5 hours from London, 45 min from Manchester and 3.5 hours from Edinburgh.

Founded in 1207, Liverpool is today a cosmopolitan city in the North West of England, with an estimated population of 489,000. In 1889, it became a county borough and its growth as a major port contributed to the Industrial Revolution. Liverpool port handledinternational cargo, freight, and raw materials from around the world including the trans-Atlantic slave trade. In the 19th century, Liverpool was a major transit point for the Irish and English emigrating to North America. Famous trans-ocean liners such as the Cunard and White Star Line, RMS Titanic, the RMS Lusitania, RMS Queen Mary, and RMS Olympic were registered in Liverpool.

Liverpoolis home of arts, music, (the Beatles one of the greatest band in history), football (Liverpool FC, Everton) Musicians having roots and links to Liverpool have recorded 56 No. 1 singles, the only city in the world to hold this record. Outside London, Liverpool is the only city in the UK with high number of art galleries, national museums, and listed buildings. The annual Grand National horse race in Aintree Racecourse attracts people from all over the word. Recently voted as European capital of culture (2028), today Liverpool attracts tourists from around the world for its culture and architecture.

The conference will take place at the Liverpool Crown Plaza Hotel.

Conference address:
Crowne Plaza Hotel
St Nicholas Place
Pier Head
Liverpool
L3 1QW

Travel to Liverpool

Choose your means of transportation

Liverpool John Lennon Airport is only seven miles from the city centre and Manchester Airport is just a 45 minute drive.
Liverpool is easily accessible by train from all major cities in the UK, the journey from London will take just over two hours. There are connections from both Manchester Airport and Liverpool John Lennon Airport.Once in Liverpool, the Merseyrail train network has good links to other parts of the city region.
Liverpool city region is well connected to the UK motorway network. From the M6 take the M62, M58 or M56 to reach the city centre.

Useful travel websites
Traveline Journey Planner
National Express
National Rail Enquiries
Liverpool John Lennon Airport
Merseytravel
Merseyrail

Accommodation

If you are looking for accommodation, Visit Liverpool has a searchable database, which contains many places to stay to suit all budgets and needs. (Please note, we are not responsible for the content of external sites).

The following hotels/hostels are all within walking distance of the conference venue.

Adagio Aparthotel
Bridgestreet Global Hospitality (serviced apartments)
Days Inn
Dolby Hotel
Hard Day’s Night Hotel
Holiday Inn (City Centre)
Jurys Inn
Malmaison
Marriott Hotel (City Centre)
Mercure Atlantic Tower Hotel
Premier Inn (Albert Dock, Moorfields, Liverpool One)
The Shankly Hotel
Sir Thomas Hotel
YHA Liverpool

Contact

Prof. Anna Burduk
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Wroclaw University of Science and Technology
Tel. +48 604 857 516
anna.burduk@pwr.edu.pl
ispem@pwr.edu.pl