4th Industrial Revolution Technologies

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One Day Event for the 4th Industrial Revolution Technologies

The CRETE Project Welcomes Society 4.0 

According to the World Bank, about 150 million people will lose their jobs by 2022, while 300 million newcomers will not be able to find one. 65% of BSc graduates are looking for a job occupation that does not exist anymore

Today European employers are looking for digital skills from seven to ten applicants. One to three applicants process no digital qualifications at all. In 2030 with the integration of robots into daily life activities, 800 jobs will cease to exist; corresponds to 1/5 of the current worldwide global work power

It is said that that Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) will cease the low qualification jobs. Robots will replace workers in Industries like microelectronics, metal industry, energy industry, transportation, and storageRobots are more efficient, work without any breaks, do not strike, have no gender issues. Already robots offer services up to 45% of office-related activities and take care of our elderly population. The University of Oxford predicts that 47% of the job occupations will be automated. People will lose their occupations but new vacancies that correspond to different qualifications will appear. Humans and Machines will be interfaced and the IoT era is with us already. Robots will operate all these low-risk functions that used to take time and demand high expertise.

The 1st Industrial Revolution was introduced with the invention of the steam engine that resulted in the automation of agricultural production. The electricity & applications welcomed the 2nd Industrial revolution, whereas electronics and informatics announced the start of the 3rd Industrial Revolution. The 4th Industrial revolution is based on digitalization, algorithms, IoT, and Big Data processing while unifies all the technologies e.g. robotics, artificial intelligence, genetics, molecular biology, nanotechnology, 3D printing, making the distinction of real and virtual worlds non-distinguishable

The 1st and the 2nd Industrial Revolutions elevate humans beyond theirs muscular limits. The 3rd and the 4th Industrial Revolutions took off the higher of humans' capabilities like creativity, capability to handle huge amounts of data. The new inventions are those that have completely changed the terrain of modern job occupancies

The 4th Industrial Revolution has transformed the way we intercept our privacy, our daily life, the advancement of technology and property. The new technology should be handled towards the human life's advancement and not jeopardized it

During this event, which will take place on the 27th of September and organized by the CRETE Project, the Hellenic Mediterranean University (Department of Electronic Engineering and International Relations Office), and the ATHENA European University, experts will briefly (within 15 minutes) present key technologies linked with the 4th Industrial Revolution. The technologies and the educational policies linked with the ...next day (actually the current day) will be:

  • The impact of Robotics on Education
  • Functional Materials towards wearable electronics
  • Internet of things (IoT) and applications
  • The impact of 5G Communications
  • 3D Printing Technologies and Applications
  • Drone towards an autonomous flying
  • The Quantum Computing
  • Artificial Intelligence Era: new jobs and new industrial
  • Educational Robotics
  • Virtual & Augmented Reality in Education
  • Big Data Applications
  • Industrial Processing in Societies 4.0
  • The Smart City Principle
  • Soft Skills for Human 4.0
  • New Pedagogies towards Education 4.0
  • The University of Future

Organizers of the School

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Dr. Konstantinos Petridis

Academic Coordinator of the CRETE Project

Department of Electronic Engineering & International Relations Office

Hellenic Mediterranean University, Greece

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Critical Skills for Electronic Engineers of 2020

An Erasmus KA2, Strategic Partnerships Project

Our Lecturers

Their affiliation and their talks are presented below

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Dr. Konstantinos Petridis

Associate Professor,  Department of Electronic Engineering, Hellenic Mediterranean University, Greece 

The Foundations of the 4th Industrial Revolution & the CRETE Project

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Mr. Spyros Kiriazis, EU Project Coordinator

Altus LSA - Greece

The Drones Era

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Dr. Emmanuel Maravelakis

Department of Electronic Engineering, Hellenic Mediterranean University  - Greece

Face to Face with the Past: A 3D printing story

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Dr. Afif Siddiki

Associate Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Yeditepe University, Istanbul - Turkey

The Quantum Computing Era

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Dr. Periklis Chatzimisios

Professor, Department of Information and Electronic
Engineering, International Hellenic University, Greece and University of New Mexico,
USA

5G Communications for Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) and Autonomous Driving

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Dr. Lefteris Doitsidis

Assistant Professor, School of Production Engineering & Management, Technical University of Crete - Greece

Educational Robotics

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Ms. Evangelia Tzifa 

Head of Networks in Greece, Cyprus & Malta, Ericsson, Greece

The 5G Communications Potentials

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Dr. Bruno Cunha

Professor, Informatics Engineering Department of the Institute of Engineering (ISEP), Institute Polytechnic of Porto - Portugal

A Brief Tour in the World of Artificial Intelligence

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Mr. Jonathan Westlake

Lecturer, Business School, University of Staffordshire - UK

The IoT Principles & Applications

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 Mr. Bert Pauwels 

Researcher in control engineering, AP HOGESCHOOL ANTWERPEN - Belgium

From Industrial IoT to Education 4.0

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Mr Emil Rosenlund Hoeg

Department of Architecture, Design & Media Technology, Aalborg University - Denmark

Virtual Rehabilitation: Virtual Reality and interactive digital game technology as a clinical tool

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Mr. Dirk Van Merode

Lecturer, AP HOGESCHOOL ANTWERPEN - Belgium

The Smart City Concept

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Mr. Juan Vila

Specialist in open government, digital transformation, and data management for the public and private sector, EVM Consulting - Spain

The World of Data Science

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Dr. Katerina Zourou

Director of W2L, W2L Consulting - Greece

The Open Science Principle

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Dr. Evangelia Triantafyllou

Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture, Design & Media Technology, Aalborg University - Denmark 

Modern Pedagogies for the University of Future: The Flipped Classroom Approach 

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Ms Yolanda Fernández Barea

Project Management for public and private organizations, EVM Consulting - Spain

Soft Skills for Human 4.0

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Dr. Mário Rui Domingues Ferreira da Cruz

Associate Professor, Politecnico do Porto, Escuola Superior de Educacao

The University of Future: The ATHENA European University

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Mr. Manolis Lourakis

Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Electronic Engineering, Hellenic Meditteranean University- Greece

Modern Pedagogies for the University of the Future: the concept of the Scrum Pedagogy 

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Dr. Nuno Escudeiro

Dr. Nuno Escudeiro 

Professor, Informatics Engineering Department of the Institute of Engineering (ISEP), Institute Polytechnic of Porto - Portugal

The University of the Future: The ATHENA European University

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Moderators

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Dr. Konstantinos Petridis

International Relations Office, HMU - Greece

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The ATHENA European University

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Critical Skills for Electronic Engineers of 2020

An Erasmus Plus Strategic Partnership Project

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HMU International Relations Office

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The webinar will be streamed through Zoom. An invitation will be sent to all the registered participants. For any information please contact Dr. Konstantinos Petridis ([email protected])