Call: 2nd Workshop on Key Enabling Technologies for Digital Factories – at CAiSE 2020

Call for Papers

2nd International Workshop on
Key Enabling Technologies for Digital Factories

in conjunction with
CAiSE 2020, 32nd International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering
June 8-12, 2020
Grenoble, France

Paper submission deadline: March 1st, 2020, 11:59 pm Hawaii Time


The manufacturing industry is entering a new digital era in which ICT technologies and collaboration applications will be integrated with traditional manufacturing practices and processes to increase flexibility and sustainability in manufacturing, mass customization, increase automation, better quality and improve productivity.

This workshop seeks at providing the opportunity for inspiration and cross-fertilization for the research groups working on technological solutions for digital factories and smart manufacturing. We welcome innovative papers from academic and industrial researchers covering a wide range of topics of interests in the computer science and computer engineering fields.

The first KET4DF workshop at CAISE 19 was a success with over 20 submitted papers, 10 presentations and many participating international experts from industry and academia. We hope you will be interested in contributing to the continued relevance of the KET4DF series of workshops at this year’s conference.


The topics include but are not limited to:

  • Digital Platform Interoperability for Digital Factories
  • Internet-of-things for Smart Manufacturing
  • Digital Factories and End-to-end supply chains
  • Model-based development in Digital Factories
  • M2M interaction
  • Information Systems for Sustainable Value Networks
  • Information Systems Engineering for Additive Manufacturing
  • Manufacturing Enterprise Architecture Engineering
  • Big Data Technologies and Analytics for Smart Manufacturing
  • Cloud, Fog, Edge Computing and other programming techniques in Manufacturing Systems
  • Data Mining, Machine Learning and AI in Smart Manufacturing
  • Data-driven decision making in Industry 4.0
  • Real-time Computing in Smart Manufacturing Environments
  • Proactive and Autonomous Computing in Digital Factories
  • Intelligent Cyber-Physical Systems and Digital Twins
  • Context-aware and Adaptive Systems in Smart Manufacturing and Digital Factories
  • Digital Security, Privacy and Liability
  • Business Process Modelling, Analysis and Engineering
  • Business Impact of Information Systems for Industry 4.0
  • Advanced user interfaces for Industry 4.0
  • Virtual and augmented reality for smart manufacturing


Paper submission:
March 1st, 2020

Acceptance notification:
March 31st, 2019

June 9th, 2019


Federica Mandreoli
Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy

Giacomo Cabri
Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy

Gregoris Mentzas
National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Karl Hribernik
Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH (BIBA), Germany



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