Scope and objectives

The 4th European Workshop on Control Engineering for Industry (CEIND) organised by the State Higher Vocational School in Głogów (PWSZ in Głogów) will bring together academics working within the widely understood area of control engineering along with the students taking advantages of the mobility possibilities provided by the Erasmus+ project. In particular, one of the objectives is to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas in order to strengthen the collaboration between the Erasmus+ partners associated with the PWSZ in Głogów. Another objective of the workshop is to bridge the gap between the academia and the industry by providing a forum for a mutual exchange of knowledge related to the development in the area of control engineering oriented towards the industry. Apart from the renowned scientists, the students being engineers of the future Europe will also have a unique possibility to present their engineering achievements for both academics and the industry. They will show that the mobility actions, undertaken within the Erasmus+ project, strongly contribute to their development and the ability to work within a European team. The aim of the workshop is manifold:

– to provide an opportunity for the industry to exhibit its needs and priorities,

– to present the current developments and trends in the industry-oriented control engineering,

– to present the achievements of the students being engineers of the future Europe.

General Chair

Marcin Witczak

Organising Chairs

Anna Akielaszek-Witczak

Małgorzata Komorowska

Local Arrangements Chair

Izabella Cech



The main objective of the workshop is to provide a forum for oral presentations regarding the recent advances in the control engineering for industry, to present achievements of the young European engineers as well as to provide a forum for mu tual exchange of  ideas among the academia and the industry . However, in order to increase the recognition of the contributors, a book of abstract will be published. Each abstract has to be prepared according to the CEIND template (available at http://erasmus.pwsz.glogow.pl) and should be no longer than 2 pages. The abstracts, in a PDF format, should be sent to M.Witczak@pwsz.glogow.pl before the 10th of February 2015.

Important notice

The workshop is free of charge and the organisers will provide all the necessary facilities for presenting the contributions of the participants as well as the coffee breaks.


Exemplary abstract template



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