History of The 2nd IEIM 2021

The IEIM, The 4th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Industrial Management, was held via online, January 12-14, 2022 successfully, for COVID-19, considering the safety and health of all participants. We wish to express our sincere appreciation to all the individuals who have contributed to IEIM in various ways. Special thanks are extended to our colleagues in the program committee for their thorough review of all the submissions, which is vital to the success of the conference, and also to the members in the organizing committee who had devoted their time and efforts in planning, promoting, organizing and helping the conference. Accepted papers were published in ACM (ISBN: 978-1-4503-9569-4). (Online)

Enjoy The Conference

This year, more than 70 participants from 12 countries joined and shared the latest researches. From Business Transformation and Industrial Automation to Business Management and Economics, from Lean Production and Management to Lean Manufacturing Technology and Application, from Applications of Machine Learning in Industrial Engineering to Supply Chain Collaboration and Management.

This conference program is highlighted by Speakers: Prof. Luiz Moutinho, University of Suffolk, UK; The Marketing School, Portugal; University of South Pacific, Fiji; Prof. Rajiv Sabherwal, University of Arkansas, USA; Prof. Dimitri Lefebvre, University Le HAVRE, France; Prof. Henning Hinderer, Pforzheim University, Germany; Assoc. Prof. Adrian E. Coronado Mondragon, Royal Holloway University of London, UK. They will deliver their speeches and share the latest research with the participants.

Prof. S. Sofianopoulou, University of Piraeus, Greece delivered the opening remarks and welcomed all attendees.

Prof. Luiz Moutinho from University of Suffolk, UK; The Marketing School, Portugal; University of South Pacific, Fiji delivered keynote speech.
Title: Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning & Robot Paradise

Prof. Dimitri Lefebvre from University Le HAVRE, France delivered keynote speech.
Title: From Observation to Inference: A Discrete Event Systems Perspective

Prof. Rajiv Sabherwal from University of Arkansas, USA (IEEE Fellow) delivered keynote speech.
Title: Strategic Information Technology Alignment as Congruence and Capability: Performance Implications under Varying Industry Environments

Prof. Henning Hinderer from Pforzheim University, Germany delivered invite speech.
Title: Understanding the Correlations of Business and Product Ecosystems

Assoc. Prof. Adrian E. C. Mondragon from Royal Holloway University of London, UK delivered invite speech.
Title: Investigating the Advantages of Sharding in the Adoption of Blockchain Technology in High-tech Manufacturing

One Best presenter was chosen from each session. Congratulations to winners Youngjun Jang from Korea University, South Korea, Sanabel Alnourani from Alfaisal University, Saudi Arabia, Mauricio Alonso Chuman Bobadilla from University of Lima, Peru, Xiaoqi Nong from University of Surrey, UK, Serena Strazzullo from University of Naples Federico II, Italy, Hashem Abusannuga from Karabuk Universit, Turkey, Eugene Khmelnitsky from Tel Aviv University, Israel, and Adrián López-Osorio from University of Lima, Peru.