June - December, 2021
Due to the COVID-19 pandemia the conference is converted in a hybrid event, offering participants the ability to present their work via physical attendance or virtually via teleconference.
So, a series of independent events are programmed in discrete time frames. The whole activity will be available at the site of the conference.
Welcome to "eRA 2021"
The Scope of the "eRA 2021" main and parallel scientific events is the International Synergy of Science and the Contribution of Innovative Technologies and Practices in Industry, Energy, Environment, Society, Economy, Tourism, Culture, Education as well as Health and Well-being in the era of the 4th Industrial Revolution, widely known as Industry 4.0.
The 14th international Scientific Conference "eRA 2021" is endorsed by the Postgraduate Programs "MSc. in Industrial Automation" and "MSc. in New Technologies for Shipping & Transport" as well as by Research Laboratories of the Industrial Design and Production Engineering Department of the University of West Attica.
See more for the "eRA-2021" Conference Committees.
All contributions should be of 6-12 pages length and submitted in English according to the provided template. For any specific enquiry please contact the Conference Secretariat.
Download and use the Paper Template in Microsoft Word format
After the completion of the works of the Conference, selected high quality papers will be invited to be reconsidered for publication in special issues of scientific journals and collective volumes.
Attendance Certicicates are Available upon Request
DATA MANAGEMENT AND EDUCATIONAL PARAMETERS OF INDUSTRY 4.0 [Proccedings of the Session Available Here]
Digital Storytelling as a Teaching Method
Lexical Data in Multilingual Context: Seeking Cognates through Syllabic Grouping
4th Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) and Curricula of Production Engineering and Management Departments in Greece
K. Karakiozis, D. Piromalis, E. Papageorgiou and E.C. Papakitsos
Parsing Reviews with Link Grammar - Use of R for Sentiment Analysis
G. Chorozoglou, N. Zacharis, G. Mikros and E.C. Papakitsos
Karl Jaspers and the Philosophy of Technology
Educational Dimensions of Industry 4.0: The Training of Career Counselors
I. Orfanos, D. Tseles, M. Papoutsidakis, D. Piromalis, O. Kalouri and E.C. Papakitsos
A Survey on Ontological Organization of Data in the Semantic Web
N.E. Samaridi, N.N. Karanikolas, M. Papoutsidakis and E.C. Papakitsos
DIGITISATION and NON-DESTRUCTIVE TECHNIQUES in CULTURE HERITAGE
3D Printing and its Applications in the Field of Cultural Heritage
A. Kantaros (PostDoc, UniWA)
3d Scanning in Archaeological monuments
T. Ganetsos (Professor, UniWA)
Artificial Intelligence used in Digital Preservation of Cultural Heritage
P. Stavroulakis (ICS/FORTH, Crete) - Invited Speaker
Python: An innovative, cutting-edge tool in Luminescence for Cultural Heritage purposes
E. Tsoutsoumanos (NCSR Demokritos), G.S. Polymeris, G. Kioselaki, K. Prevezanou, P. Konstantinidis, T. Karakasidis and G. Kitis
Pigments analysis of frescoes with spectroscopic non destructive techniques in the church Santa Maria Maggiore in Sovana, Italy
M. Katsantoni (PhD Student, UniWA)
Digitization of Coptic Heritage
A. Kontogianni (PhD Student, UniWA), T. Ganetsos, N. Zacharis, E.C. Papakitsos
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE and BLOCKCHAIN
Preprocessing and data selection in maritime predicting the speed of a vessel
Athanasios Arvanitidis, Kiriakos Alexiou, Efthimios Pariotis, Helen Leligou
Using Blockchain to fuel federated learning
Andrew Sort, Helen Leligou
Web Apps and Blockchain
George Xenos, Ioannis Christidis
Βlockchain and 5G
Michael Xevgenis, Dimitris Kogias, Helen Leligou
Βlockchain and Gaming
Ioannis Christidis, Helen Leligou
Mobile applications for collaborative management emergencies
Artificial intelligence for ship modeling
Kyriakos Alexiou, Efthimios Pariotis