Dr. Stamatis Karnouskos
After presenting the scientific and technical background behind Industrial Systems-of-CyberPhysical Systems (ICPS), their relationship to other frameworks like Systems‐of‐Systems Engineering, Industry 4.0, Industrial Internet‐of‐Things (IIoT), and associated technology standardization/normalization initiatives (such as e.g. DIN SPEC 91345 RAMI4.0), this Plenary Talk offers an overview of major requirements to educating, teaching, training people (workers with or without decision-making responsibilities in an Industry 4.0 system, as well as students, technicians and engineers) for learning, living and working with Systems-of-ICPS in a digitalized eco-system.
The audience/participants of the Talk will get a deep view about:
- Which is the minimal necessary pre-existing Know-How for trainees, students and teachers/lecturers in order to educate for learning, living and work (engineering, operating, interacting with ISoCPS?
- What and How to learn ISoCPS? (Recommendations for graduated and post-graduate students, as well as for industrialists)
- What and How to educate and teach ISoCPS? (Recommendations for trainees, educators, teachers, etc.). Lessons learned from own experience educating ICPS at Master Degree level.
- Which should be the essential and unavoidable body of knowledge for building an educational curriculum for learning ISoCPS (presentation and discussion of an exemplary curriculum for achieving a Master of Sciences in Industrial Informatics with Specialization in Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems)?
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Armando Walter Colombo joined the Department of Electrotechnical and Industrial Informatics at the University of Applied Sciences Emden-Leer, Germany, became Full Professor in August 2010 and Director of the Institute for Industrial Informatics, Automation and Robotics (I2AR) in 2012. Prof. Colombo worked also during 17 years (2001-2018) as Manager Director for Collaborative Innovation Projects and also as Edison Level 2 Group Senior Expert at Schneider Electric, Industrial Business Unit.
Prof. Colombo received the BSc. on Electronics Engineering from the National Technological University of Mendoza, Argentina, in 1990, the MSc. on Control System Engineering from the National University of San Juan, Argentina, in 1994, and the Doctor degree in Engineering from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany, in 1998. From 1999 to 2000 was Adjunct Professor in the Group of Robotic Systems and CIM, Faculty of Technical Sciences, New University of Lisbon, Portugal. During the last 15 years he has also been working as Invited Professor at the University of Loughborough and University of Warwick (UK), University of Tampere (Finland), ITMO University (Russia), Universidad Tecnologica Nacional (UTN) (Argentina), BUAP (Mexico)
Prof. Colombo has extensive experience in managing multi-cultural research teams in multi-regional projects. He has participated in leading positions in many international research and innovation projects related to the area of Industrial Informatics. His research interests are in the fields of industrial cyber-physical systems, industrial digitalization and system-of-systems engineering, Internet-of-Services, Industry 4.0-compliant solutions.
He is member of the IEEE IES Administrative Committee (AdCom), member of the Fellow Committees of the IEEE IES, IEEE SMS and IEEE CS, and IES representative by the IEEE Systems Council. He is co-founder of three IEEE IES Technical Committees (i) on Industrial Agents, (ii) on Industrial Informatics and (iii) on Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems.
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