The event will be focused on Industry 4.0, digital transformation, and engineering asset management.
Congress Chair Professor Brett Kirk, Dean of School of Science, Engineering & Technology, RMIT Vietnam said that: “Engineering Asset Management is a field that enables business decisions to be based on engineering data through the use of technology. Industry 4.0 (4IR), SMART systems and digital transformation emerged from the global field of Engineering Asset Management.
“The World Congress on Engineering Asset Management will bring together academic, policy and industry expertise from diverse economies, geographies, public and private industry sectors to proffer discourse on how to exploit 4IR technologies to sustainably manage engineered assets in a manner consistent with Society 5.0 ideals.
“This is a combined industry and academic event to exchange knowledge and expertise with an aim to bringing impact to our community and supporting the massive growth of Vietnam’s industrial economy,” he added.
The activities, annual meetings, and events of WCEAM provide opportunity for educators, policy makers, practitioners, researchers, and trainers to engage in intellectual discourse on the development and advancement of the body of knowledge and practice of managing engineered assets.
It is expected to welcome over 250 participants from all around the world to meet and share state-of-the art knowledge in research and application of advanced management frameworks, analytical tools, and technologies for engineering asset management in sectors which include energy, oil and gas, water, transport, construction, manufacturing, agriculture, defence, health and community infrastructure – across every industry sector you can imagine.
Selected top quality Research and Industrial-case papers that are peer-reviewed, accepted, and presented at 17th WCEAM 2023, will be published in the Springer e-book “Proceedings of the 17th World Congress on Engineering Asset Management”.
The Springer e-book series is indexed by Scopus and is also currently being assessed for inclusion in EI Compendex. Past proceedings are also available on the Springerlink web site.
The abstract submission deadline is 7 April 2023. Submit your work soon to have a chance to submit the full paper by 24 May 2023.
For more information, visit the event’s website here.