Thursday, November 19, 2015

[DMANET] 7th International Conference on Engineering, Project, and Production Management (EPPM2016)

We are pleased to announce that the *7th International Conference on
Engineering, Project, and Production Management (EPPM2016)* will be
organized by the Faculty of Management, *Bialystok University of
Technology (Poland) on September 21-23, 2016.*

The primary objective of the Conference*is to provide forums for
scientists, engineers, managers, students, and practitioners to present
and discuss current and emerging research issues, questions, problems,
findings and new developments in engineering management, project
management and production management, with particular attention to the
construction, transportation, logistics, automobile and manufacturing
sectors. It is a unique opportunity for interdisciplinary research and
industrial networking at local and international levels. Conference
themes include:

* Industrial Engineering
* Project and Process Management
* Operational Management and Decision Support Systems
* Logistics and Supply Chain Management
* Quality Management
* Sustainable technologies
* Service Science and Engineering
* Technology Management

Previous EPPM conferences were held in Taiwan, Singapore, United
Kingdom, Thailand, South Africa and Australia. The EPPM2016 conference
is hosted by the Faculty of Management, *Bialystok University of
Technology* in cooperation with the *Association of Engineering,
Project, and Production Management*, the *Polish Academy of Sciences'
Committee on Production Engineering* and the *International Society for
Manufacturing, Service and Management Engineering.
For more information, please visit the conference website:

Many thanks,

*Dr Kassim Gidado*

/Built Environment and Civil Engineering/

/School of Environment & Technology/

/College of Life, Health and Physical Sciences/

/University of Brighton/


/Cockcroft Building, Lewes Road/

/Brighton BN2 4GJ/

/United Kingdom/


/Tel: +44 (0)1273 64 2394/

/Fax: +44 (0)1273 64 2285/

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