The 27th EG-ICE International Workshop will bring together in Berlin, Germany international experts working on the interface between advanced computing and modern engineering challenges. Many engineering tasks require open-world resolution of challenges such as supporting multi-actor collaboration, coping with approximate models, providing effective engineer-computer interaction, search in multi-dimensional solution spaces, accommodating uncertainty, including specialist domain knowledge, performing sensor-data interpretation and dealing with incomplete knowledge. While results from computer science provide much initial support for resolution, adaptation is unavoidable and most importantly, feedback from addressing engineering challenges drives fundamental computer-science research. Competence and knowledge transfer goes both ways.
The workshop is intended to be a small-scale and single-track event focusing on defining strategic aspects of the interaction of computing with engineering challenges. Also, current proposals for supporting engineering challenges according to these aspects will be evaluated and compared. As in previous workshops, the promotion, dissemination and exchange of knowledge and ideas will be supported through long discussion periods within each session.
The European Group for Intelligent Computing in Engineering (EG-ICE) was established in 1993 to promote research on the interface between computing and engineering challenges. The primary goals of the group are to promote engineering informatics research across Europe by encouraging and improving contacts between researchers, fostering research collaboration and enhancing awareness of the latest developments. The group maintains active contact with similar groups in countries outside Europe and encourages membership by non-Europeans. Moreover, the group has a further aim to increase the awareness of industry of advanced engineering informatics.
We invite papers presenting new approaches, methodologies, and findings relating to computing in engineering, including but not limited to the following application areas:
- Computer-enhanced engineering design
- Building performance analysis
- Enhancing sustainability and resilience
- Geometric and parametric modelling
- Visualization and simulations
- Design and decision support systems
Building information modelling
Semantic modelling in the AECO industry
Ontology modelling and reasoning
Code compliance checking
Design space exploration
- Generative design
Strategic aspects - opportunities and risks
- Computational design
- Data-driven design and engineering
Virtual, augmented, and mixed reality
- Visualization and simulation environments
- Quantum computing
Sensor data interpretation
Infrastructure monitoring and management
Building control systems
Information for Authors
Authors are invited to submit extended abstracts in PDF format through the EasyChair online submission system. The deadline to submit abstracts is December 1st, 2019. Please make sure you use the author template (*.docx).
Journal Special Issues
A selection of the best conference papers will be invited to extend their work and submit it to a special issue of the journal Advanced Engineering Informatics.
Best Paper Award
The EG-ICE Best Paper Award recognizes excellence in a paper presented at the 27th International Workshop on Intelligent Computing in Engineering.
|Abstracts Submission Deadlines||December 1st, 2019|
|Acceptance of abstracts||January 1st, 2020|
|Full Paper Submission||March 1st, 2020|
|Paper Acceptance||April 15th, 2020|
|Final Paper Submission||May 15th, 2020|
|Early Bird Registration stops on||April 22nd, 2020|
|Workshop dates||July 1st– 3rd, 2020|
We are looking forward to seeing you at eg-ice 2020 in Berlin!
Timo Hartmann, Lucian Ungureanu, Valentina Aleksic