Due to the Corona Virus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Conference was postponed. Check the note of the organizing committee
The Second South American Conference on Production Engineering and Operations Management (Second South American Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management - IEOM), scheduled to take place between April 14th and 16th, in São Paulo, has been delayed. The event will take place in August, between the 17th and the 19th. The deadline for submitting articles and competitions has been extended until the 01st of July.
The local organizing committee (IFSP and FACENS) obtained special payment rates for Brazilian institutions. The fees will be US $ 150 for students and US $ 225 for professionals. Registration by the official website of the event: http://ieomsociety.org/brazil2020/.
Both students in technical courses and those in higher and postgraduate courses at IFSP can participate. According to Professor Vitor Caldana, a professor at Câmpus Sorocaba and a member of the IEOM Global Council, he is the guiding professor who must submit the work and register, which also entitles him to participate competitions that happen at the event.
IEOM will have several lectures. check out here information about Keynote speakers already confirmed.
More about IEOM
The IEOM is a global conference that addresses current issues related to the areas of Engineering (mainly Production Engineering, in addition to others such as Civil Engineering and Electrical Engineering, for example); Informatics and Administration. It also includes other areas of knowledge such as Sustainability, Logistics, Health and Education (applied to engineering).
The IEOM São Paulo Conference aims to provide a platform for academics, researchers, scientists and professionals to exchange ideas and bridge the gap between the theory of Production Engineering and Operations Management and its application in solving the most current problems and challenges faced by organizations of the century XXI. IEOM is an opportunity for participants to expand their networking and promote collaboration and a joint effort to advance theory and practice, as well as to identify the main trends in Production Engineering and Operations Management.