European Group for
Intelligent Computing in Engineering
Faculty of Physics, Astronomy
and Applied Computer Science
sponsored by the KNOW (Leading National Research Centre) Program
About the conference
Towards new generation smart built environment, the EG-ICE 2016 Kraków workshop will bring together international experts working in the relevant area. The workshop is intended to be a single-track, high-quality and small-scale event focusing on exchange of knowledge and ideas through intensive discussion. The workshop is particularly dedicated to the inter-disciplinary research activities between computer science and engineering domain.
The field of computing in engineering is traditionally limited to cover only analysis tasks, such as the determination of physical behaviour of structures. With the increasing complexity in engineering problem, the demands for smart data storage and process analysis for design, construction and management, is exponentially growing. Today’s computing in engineering is increasingly implementing intelligent methods of modelling, simulation, reasoning and optimization to achieve the target of better supporting design, fabrication, construction and management of new generation smart built environment.
We invite papers presenting new approaches, methodologies and findings in the field of computing in engineering, including, but not limited to the following application areas. The extension of the selected conference papers will be considered to be included in a special issue of Advanced Engineering Informatics (Impact Factor 2015: 1.627, 5-Year Impact Factor: 2.100).
- Resilient building & infrastructure
- Building performance simulation
- Environmental assessment
- Sustainable design and construction
- Built Environment Modelling
Monitoring, Diagnostics, and Control
- Real time monitoring
- Data mining
- Active control & fault detection
- Smart building and infrastructure
Optimization and Decision Making
- Design space exploration
- Distributed/parallel optimization algorithms
- Optimization oriented design
- Optimization and control
- Dependency modelling
Operation and Management
- Life cycle cost and management
- Discrete-event simulation
- Traffic simulation
- Process modeling
- Virtual Manufacturing and supply chain management
BIM, Ontologies, Advanced Reasoning
- Parametric design & modeling
- Design collaboration
- Semantic modeling
- Ontological reasoning
- Spatial reasoning
- Graph algorithms
- Code compliance checking
- Machine learning
- Cloud and high performance computing
- Distributed computing
- Virtual and augmented reality
- Image processing
- Mobile computing
- Big data analysis
The 2016 EG-ICE conference is organized at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Poland. The Jagiellonian University was founded in 1364 and is the oldest university in Poland and one of the oldest in Europe. It offers education and research in areas ranging from humanities to sciences both pure and applied as well as in medicine (Collegium Medicum). The conference will be held at the Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Computer Science in the new building (finished in 2014 for the university's 650 anniversary).
Kraków is Poland's old capital and is situated in the south of Poland. It combines both historical architecture and modern infrastructure. It is well connected with the rest of Poland (train, buses) as well as with all the major cities in Europe (Balice Airport located just 10 km to the west of the city).
Looking forward to seeing you here in Kraków for the 2016 EG-ICE Workshop!