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31. May 2016.
Conference: Challenges and Opportunities for Advanced-industrialization of Serbia / Horizon 2020/2030 – INDUSTRY 4. 0.0
31th May – 3rd June, 2016, Belgrade, SERBIA. Belgrade University Mechanical Engineering Faculty
Panelists:Invited experts and representatives from USA, EU, Far East and Serbia.
Common themes / main topics:
- Manufacturuing world-wide - Challenges and Oppotunities
- International/national initiativies for manufacturing improvement
- Strategies for manufacturing on global/national level
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Reserach and education for manufacturing
- What we can to do ?
- Roadmap for AM in Serbia – Industry 4. 0. 0 / Serbia Model.
Draft Agenda of Conference:
Day 1:Lecturing and learning from the best in the world. Take global lessons. Hong-Kong is an example of launching advanced manufacturing (they did a workshop like this and are now acting upon recommendations from that Conference).
Day 2:SWOT analysis in the morning. Report writing in the afternoon (no need for everyone to be involved - this can be done by a few people, with strong knowledge of local environment). It would be good to have at least one government official in this. Someone who buys into what we are trying to do, believes in and understands the importance of HIGH TECH ADVANCED manufacturing
Day 3:Presenting to government officials (hopefully 30-60 minutes with the prime minister).
Participants/Panelists:Invited experts and representatives from USA, EU, Far East and Serbia.
Main topic: Advanced Manufacturing Research, Practices and Opportunities in Serbia – Horizon 2020/2030 – INDUSTRY 4. 0. 0
Objective: White paper on main topic !
The main objective of this Conference will be gather leading experts on advanced manufacturing from leading universities and companies around the world in order to learn useful lessons, as well as identify key strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) for the development of innovative, modern manufacturing industries in Serbia.
The invitees will include policy makers, company managers, as well as representatives of industrial associations and academia from the US, Europe and Asia.
The main outcome of the conference will be a white paper by the conference organizers and willing contributing conference participants in which lessons learnt will be compiled, findings of the SWOT analysis will be summarized, and a tentative, but clear roadmap for advancement of manufacturing in Serbia in the next several decades will be offered.