4th EAI International Conference on Management of Manufacturing Systems

MMS 2019

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The book presents the proceedings of the 4th EAI International Conference on Management of Manufacturing Systems (MMS 2019), which took place in Krynica Zdroj, Poland, on October 8-10, 2019. The conference covered Management of Manufacturing Systems with support for Industry 4.0, Logistics and Intelligent Manufacturing Systems and Applications, Cooperation management and its effective applications. Topics include RFID Applications, Economic Impacts in Logistics, ICT Support for Industry 4.0, Industrial and Smart Logistics, Intelligent Manufacturing Systems and Applications, and much more.


Lucia Knapčíková is Associate Professor at the Department of Industrial Engineering and Informatics at the Faculty of Manufacturing Technologies, TU Košice. In 2017 she completed her habilitation at the Faculty in the field "Manufacturing Technologies". Assoc.Prof. Dr. Knapčíková is author more than 130 scientific papers in Slovakia and abroad and 6 utility models. She participated in several international research projects, mainly in Germany. Most important project is H2020 "Less Than Wagon Load" in collaboration with Belgium, Germany, Netherland, Italy and Slovakia, where her position in the project is Faculty project manager.  She lectured at the universities in Germany, Czech Republic and Croatia. Her area of interest includes utilization of secondary raw materials, technologies of their processing and materials testing.

Michal Balog is head of Department of Industrial Engineering and Informatics at Faculty of Manufacturing Technologies with a seat in Prešov, TU Košice. His scientific and educational field is oriented on the green logistics, management, quality control and methods of production systems. He is the organizer of many domestic and international conferences, acts as tutor on PhD study programs and has participated in numerous slovak and international projects as team member and as the project head. Most important project is H2020 "Less Than Wagon Load", where he participated as a team member and in the year 2015 he finished project entitled "Promotion & Enhancement of Centre for Research on Transportation” with EU Structural Funds. He is author more than 100 publications in Slovakia and abroad. 

Dragan Peraković graduated with a Master’s from Faculty of Postal and Telecommunication Traffic, where he thesis was entitled “Possibilities of implementing mobile internet in intelligent transport systems”. In 2005, he achieved a Ph. D. in a field of technical sciences, field of Technological Systems in Traffic and Transport by defending the doctoral dissertation entitled “Information distribution model for users of traffic system” at the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences, University of Zagreb.

Marke Perisa has been employed as an assistant at the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences since 2005. He participates in undergraduate, graduate and undergraduate teaching in the field of information and communication traffic in the Department of Information and Communication Traffic. In 2013 defended Ph.D. dissertation named “Dynamic guiding and routing of disabled and visually impaired persons in traffic” at the University of Zagreb.

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Einband Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum 04.03.2021
Herausgeber Lucia Knapcikova, Michal Balog, Dragan Perakovic, Marko Perisa
Verlag Springer
Seitenzahl 309
Maße 23.5/15.5/1.7 cm
Gewicht 504 g
Auflage 1st ed. 2020
Reihe EAI/Springer Innovations in Communication and Computing
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-3-030-34274-6

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