One of our PhD students, Melanie Zimmer, recently had the opportunity to present some of the Intelligent Automation Centre’s and her work at the 17th edition of INDIN2019 held in Helsinki-Espoo, Finland. This year’s conference took place 22nd to 25th July and was hosted by Aalto University. Overall, the conference was well attended and received.
It offered a wide variety of activities: Covering 14 special sessions and three Industry Forum sessions across the three days of the conference, including an additional day on Monday with workshops and hands-on tutorials under the theme of Industrial Applications of Artificial Intelligence. In addition, a Women in Engineering workshop was held on Wednesday afternoon to promote the involvement of women in science, and on Thursday morning attendees had the opportunity to visit ABB in Helsinki or Konecranes in Hyvinkää.
More information about the conference and the Intelligent Automation Centre can be found here: