February 14, 2020
The 17th International Conference on Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation will be held on February 26-28, 2020 in Athens, GA. EETI faculty member, Dominik May, EETI faculty member serves as chair, and Joachim Walter, EETI Founder and Director, serves as program co-chair. UGA College of Engineering faculty member and recipient of an EETI research initiation grant, Kyle Johnsen, also serves as program co-chair.
The theme of the conference – “Cross Reality and Data Science in Engineering” – focuses on topics such as online engineering, cyber-physical systems and the Internet of Things, including remote engineering and virtual instrumentation. The conference will feature keynotes by international researchers and industry leaders from companies including UL, Siemens and Phoenix Contact. Keynote topics include Data Science and Big Data in Asia; Meaningful Learning with Technologies; and Big Data – The Data-Driven Approach to Education of the Future Workshops, tutorials and research presentations round out the conference agenda.
To learn more, see the current agenda, and register visit the REV2020 website.