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CADCAM Robotics and Factories of the Future Conference 2014

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START DATE 22 July 2014
START TIME 09:00am
LOCATION

Room CG76, College Building, Hendon campus

END DATE 24 July 2014
END TIME 04:30pm

27th CADCAM Robotics and Factories of the Future Conference

Since its conception in 1984, 25 different international institutions have hosted the CARs&FoF Conference. For the 27th conference this year it returns to London to be hosted by Middlesex University for the second time in July 2014.

Organised by ISPE Conferences in conjunction with Middlesex University, the conference will see researchers, engineers and scientists from around the world converge on a common platform to explore a range of subjects affecting CAD/CAM, robotics and automation and advanced manufacturing technologies.

For the full conference programme and to register please visit: www.mdx.ac.uk/carsfof 


Keynote speakers: 

"On Knowledge-based Enterprising Strategy for Lean Product Development"
Dr Brian Prasad
Knowledge Architect and LPD, Control Systems Division, Parker Aerospace, USA.
Tuesday 22 July 2014, 9.30am, CG76.

"What is Visual Analytics and how different disciplines make use of it?"
Prof William Wong, Professor of Human-Computer Interaction, School of Science and Technology,
Middlesex University, UK.
Tuesday 22 July 2014, 2.00pm, CG76.

"The Bionic Learning Network of Festo – Production of the future inspired by nature"
Dr Nina Gaissert
Corporate Bionic Research, Festo AG & Co. KG, Germany.
Wednesday 23 July 2014, 12.00pm, CG76.

"From Industrialization to Re-industrialization and Factory of the Future"
Prof Janusz Szpytko, Safety and Reliability, Transport Technology and Telematics, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland.
Thursday 24 July 2014, 9.30am, CG76.

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If members of Middlesex University staff would like to join the keynote sessions, they are very welcome to attend without registering. All sessions take place in CG76.

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