3rd Indo-German Conference on Sustainability in Engineering
Enhancing Future Skills and Entrepreneurship
16th and 17th September 2019, BITS Pilani, Pilani Campus, India
Conference chairs: Prof. Kuldip Singh Sangwan (BITS, Pilani, India) and Prof. Christoph Herrmann (TU Braunschweig, Germany)
Call for abtracts due: 28 April 2019 Call for papers due: 16 June 2019 Call for papers extension: 30 June 2019
more info on paper submission: click here
We are happy to announce that we will be celebrating ten years of successful cooperation during our 3rd Indo-German Conference on 16th and 17th September in Pilani, India.
During this conference academia, industry and students are invited to discuss about current research on the themes: engineering, entrepreneurship and education. For detailed information on the themes and subthemes, please refer to the table below.
Selected contributions will be published within a scopus-listed proceedings book (publishing group: Springer Nature) and is part of this series .
The abstract submission form you can find here.
More info on paper submission can be found here.
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Themes and substhemes
|Subthemes||Sustainability in engineering||Business model and entrepreneurship||Sustainable engineering education|
|Energy and material efficiency||Entrepreneurial opportunities assessment||Innovative engineering education formats|
|Life Cycle Engineering||Entrepreneurial finance||Learning factories|
|Role of IoT in engineering||Entrepreneurial Education||Learning approaches in engineering education|
|Measuring sustainability performance||Startup ecosystem||Innovative pedagogy for engineering education|
|Cyber physical production systems||Entrepreneur and Intellectual Property Right (IPR)||Experiential learning environment|
|Industry 4.0||Techno-entrepreneurship in IT, healthcare , food processing, etc.||Employability skills/competence|
| Lean manufacturing ||Synergy between research and education|
|Greening the supply chain|
|Circular economy and sustainability|
Impressions from 2017 conference