Contributions for the Workshop are sought on all the possible aspects in which digitalization could be a supporting tool to environmental engineering (in relation to the fields of interest of the CEEES Technical Advisory Boards, i.e. Reliability and EES, Mechanical Environment, Climatic and Environmental Pollution Effects).
The topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Digital twin;
- Modelling in environmental engineering
- Environmental testing modelling and execution
- Stress/strength approach
- Hydrogen problems in transportation
- Test issues for batteries
- Solar radiation, Weathering and corrosion
- Pollution effects
- Measurement data processing and accuracy assessment
- Issues in standardization
Those interested are kindly required to send a short abstract (max 1 page, including title, authors, organization, National organization, objectives and results of the work as well as figures) to Giulio D’Emilia, Department of Industrial and information Engineering and Economics, University of L’Aquila, L’Aquila (ITALY), email@example.com, by 31st August, 2022.
Wednesday, 5th October 2022
9.00 – 11.00
Technical Advisory Boards
TAB Reliability and Environmental Stress Screening, R&ESS
TAB Chairperson David Delaux, ASTE
TAB Mechanical Environment, ME
TAB Chairperson DaveRichards, SOE
TAB Climatic and Air Pollution Effects, C&AP
TAB Chairperson Thomas Reichert, GUS
11.15 – 13.15
Chaired by Thomas Reichert, CEEES Presiden
13.15 – 14.45
14.45 – 17.45
Technical Tour to the labs of Polytechnic University of Marche
Dinner at Seeport Hotel
(open to all registered participants and accompanying persons)
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International Workshop on Digitalization in Environmental Testing
Thursday, 6th October 2022
9.00 – 9.15
Greetings from CEEES President & AIVELA President
9.15 – 10.35
“Digitalization in Measurements for Environmental Engineering“
Prof. Giulio D’Emilia, A.I.VE.LA., University of L’Aquila, Italy
“Process control of composite materials components with NDT: contribution of advanced data processing“
Prof. Antonella Gaspari, A.I.VE.LA., Politecnico di Bari, Italy
“New LiDAR generation” (title to be confirmed)
Dr. Thomas Illing, Valeo, Germany
“Reliability risks assessed with Bayesian Networks” (title to be confirmed)
Dr Marco Bonato, ASTE, Valeo, France
10.35 – 11.00
11.00 – 12.00
“On the concept and history of digital twin“
Dr Markku Juntunen, KOTEL, Eertech, Finland
““Digital Twin”, the product-based twin of a reliable and sustainable PV module – in the interplay of service life and resource efficiency“
Dr Elisabeth Klimm, ek-reliability, GUS, Germany
“Digitalization in environmental simulation: Overview of current topics and possibilities from a manufacturer’s point of view. Practical examples and approaches to simplify the work on and with climate chambers“
Dr Christian Schöner, Weiss Technik, GUS, Germany
12.00 – 12.45
Open Discussion and concluding remarks
Click HERE to download the detailed Workshop Programme
Participation fee – in person:
Participation fee – online:
€ 120 **
Dinner at SeePort Hotel:
Dinner at SeePort Hotel for accompanying persons:
* the fee includes the coffee breaks, the lunch and participation in the CEEES Meeting and the Workshop and membership to AIVELA for 2022-2023
** the fee includes participation in the CEEES Meeting and the Workshop and membership to AIVELA for 2022-2023
Click here to download the Registration Form
Payment must be made by bank transfer to the credit of:
c/o Dipartimento di Ingegneria Industriale e Scienze Matematiche
via Brecce Bianche, 60131 Ancona
Bank: UNICREDIT- Agenzia di Via Bruno Buozzi 14, Ancona
IBAN: IT 90 G 02008 02627 000005926544
BIC SWIFT: UNCRITM1Q18
Below is a list of hotels in Ancona town centre:
Participants can make their reservations directly by contacting the hotels.
The 77th CEEES Meeting and the Workshop on Digitalization in Environmental Engineering will be held at the premises of the c Lab at the Faculty of Engineering of Ancona.
The full address of the Faculty is:
via Brecce Bianche
tel. 071 2204708 (carer)
HOW TO REACH THE FACULTY
# 46 bus leaving from Piazza Cavour (in the town centre) and stopping right in front of the main gates of the Faculty. The bus runs every 10/15 mins and the journey takes about 10 mins.
– # 1/4 bus from the town centre to the Faculty terminal in Tavernelle.
Bus # 1/4 runs every 7 mins and the journey takes about 20 mins. The bus stops at Piazza Cavour, Piazza Kennedy (near the Muse theatre), Porta Pia (below SeePort Hotel and NH Hotel) and Ancona Railway station.
Bus tickets can be bought through the app mycicero (http://www.mycicero.eu/) or from newsagents. Some buses sell tickets onboard.
HOW TO REACH c Lab
Once you reach the Faculty main gates, walk past the fountain and continue along the main road for about 300 metres. c Lab is on the corner of the third building on the right.
Ancona is situated in the centre of Italy, in the Marche Region, on a beautiful harbour facing the Adriatic Sea, 210 km northeast of Rome and 200 km southeast of Bologna.
It’s Greek name, Ankon, means elbow. The town, in fact, stands on a promontory that has the shape of an elbow, offering spectacular sunrises and sunsets over the sea.
TRAVELLING TO ANCONA
Ancona can be easily reached
by plane: “Aeroporto Internazionale di Ancona” (10 Km from Ancona town centre)
by train: direct connections from Milan – Rome- Bologna
by car: Motorway A14 Bologna – Taranto: Ancona Nord and Ancona Sud exits
Click here for more information about the town:
Vincisgrassi, a variant of the classic lasagna, is a typical Sunday lunch dish. Legend has it that in 1799 a chef from Ancona cooked this dish for General Windisch-Graetz, from which the name “Vincisgrassi” derives.
The ingredients for this delicious recipe are: fresh egg pasta, meat sauce, parmesan cheese and béchamel.
Moscioli are a particular type of wild mussel that can be found only in Portonovo bay and only in very small quantities. Their taste is so special that they are recognised and protected by Slow Food. They can be cooked in different ways and used in different recipes, however real moscioli lovers like them raw with just a squirt of lemon juice.
This is without doubt the “historic” wine of the district. Mentions of it date back to Pliny (AD 23/24 – 79).
Structured and composed, Rosso Conero is a wine with an intense ruby colour, the jewel in the crown of local winegrowing. It is mainly suitable for meat-based dishes, which bring out the austere flavour and moderate tannins. If aged for at least two years, it becomes Rosso Conero Superiore, which is softer on the palate, with a strong fruity component.
Made from Verdicchio grape variety, Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi is a DOC wine produced in the provinces of Macerata and Ancona. Thanks to the particular quality of the soil, the good exposure and the cool sea breezes, this wine offers a complex aromatic profile. Structured, full-bodied, elegant, it has a straw-yellow colour with evident greenish reflections. Verdicchio is ideal for pasta dishes, risotto and fish-based dishes.
The Confederation of European Environmental Engineering Societies – CEEES is a forum for international co-operation and information exchange regarding the resistance and integrity of products and systems against environmental influences. It was created as a co-operative body for the leading European societies in this field. Its stakeholders are particularly active in procedures related to ensuring the resistance and integrity of products and systems against environmental influences. CEEES technical advisory boards encompass mechanical and transportation stresses, stress screening, reliability and the effects of climate and pollution on equipment and structures.
The aims and objectives of CEEES include:
The advancement of science and technology related to the field of environmental.
The exchange of information and experience.
Arranging international symposia and workshops.
Participation in establishing standardization and best practices.
Encouraging members to support each other.
Achieving recognition of Environmental Engineering and Environmental Engineers.
LOCAL ORGANISING SECRETARIAT
For information about the event, contact:
Università Politecnica delle Marche