July 10, 2021, Saturday, 5:00 – 6:40 pm – Room 1
Industry Solutions and Industry 4.0 – IV: Panel
Panel Title: “Human-centered manufacturing in Industry 4.0”
Dott. Ing. Luca Gualtieri
Industrial Engineering & Automation (IEA)
Smart Mini Factory Laboratory
Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
Faculty of Science and Technology
39100 Bozen, Bolzano (BZ), Italy
Luca Gualtieri is an Industrial Engineer specialized in manufacturing and logistics. He is also a certified Occupational Health and Safety Manager and Trainer, mainly focused on safety of machinery. He is working in the Smart Mini Factory lab as research fellow and doctoral candidate for the Industrial Engineering and Automation (IEA) group of the Faculty of Science and Technology, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano. He is responsible for research in the field of industrial collaborative robotics. In particular, he is focusing on human–machine interaction from the point of view of the operator’s occupational health and safety conditions, ergonomics, and shared workplace organization. He is involved in the EU project “SME 4.0—Industry 4.0 for SMEs” as well as industry projects on collaborative robotics and workplace design.
5:00 – 5:10 pm, Saturday, July 10 – Panel Speaker I
Prof. Sergio Salimbeni
Professor and Researcher
Universidad del Salvador
Title of the speech “Humans and work in the Digital Factory: Designing the work organization”
Sergio Salimbeni is an Electronic Engineer, with a MBA and PhD in Business Administration, and doctoral candidate for Industrial Engineering. He has more than 16 years as Professor and Researcher in Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences in the Faculty of Engineering and Management in the USAL, Argentina. His research focuses on Industry 4.0, both in the preparation of human resources and migration to digitalization in industries and services. He has more than 20 years working on Strategic Management, Quality Management, Business and Product Development, Project Management and Business Process Management.
5:10 – 5:20 pm, Saturday, July 10 – Panel Speaker II
Dr. Roberto A. Martins
Department of Industrial Engineering
Federal University of Sao Carlos
Sao Carlos, Brazil
Title of the speech “Performance Measurement Systems in Industry 4.0”
Dr. Roberto A. Martins is a Full Professor of the Department of Industrial Engineering at Federal University of Sao Carlos in Sao Carlos, Brazil. He earned his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering at the University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil, in 1999. He earned his M.S. in Industrial Engineering at the University of Sao Paulo, Sao Carlos, Brazil, in 1993. He received his B.S. in Industrial Engineering at the University of Sao Paulo, Sao Carlos, SP, Brazil, in 1990. Currently, he is Editor-in-Chief of leading Brazilian Industrial Engineering journals, Gestao & Producao. His research interests are supply chain performance measurement systems, performance measurement systems for sustainability, maturity models for performance measurement systems, and application of big data analytics in performance measurement systems for Industry 4.0.
5:20 – 5:30 pm, Saturday, July 10 – Panel Speaker III
Christina Schmidbauer, MSc
Human-Centered Cyber-Physical Production and Assembly Systems (HCCPPAS)
Institute of Management Science
Title of the speech “Democratization of Industrial Cobot Technology”
Christina Schmidbauer is a University Assistant in the field of Human-Centered Cyber-Physical Production and Assembly Systems (HCCPPAS) at the Institute of Management Science at TU Wien, Austria. As a phd candidate in the field of “Mechanical Engineering – Economics”, she works on “Adaptive Task Sharing between Collaborative Robots (cobots) and Humans in Manufacturing” within the doctoral college “Trust Robots”. She teaches cobot technology in the Pilot Factory for Industry 4.0 at TU Wien and works on digital learning content on that topic. In 2021, she leads the activity “DeCoTe – Democratizing Cobot Technology” within EIT Manufacturing (funded by the European Union). She holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc) in “Production and Management” and a Master of Science in Engineering (MSc) in “High Tech Manufacturing” and has several years of work experience in the automotive industry.
5:30 – 5:40 pm, Saturday, July 10 – Panel Speaker IV
Dr. Federico Fraboni
University of Bologna
Title of the speech “Human Factors and cognitive ergonomics in industrial HRC: challenges and opportunities”
Federico Fraboni holds a Ph.D. in Psychology at the University of Bologna and conducted extensive research on psychosocial characteristics related to Human Factors and human-technology interaction. He has a background in Work, Organisational, and Personnel Psychology. He participated in many European-funded research and innovation calls as well as collaborating with private companies in internally funded projects. He is currently a researcher in the Human Factors Risk and Safety research unit of the University of Bologna, focusing on human-technology interaction, human-robot collaboration, and safety in high-risk organizations. His main research interests are cognitive workload, technology acceptance, human-machine interfaces, and risky behaviours at work.
5:40 – 5:50 pm, Saturday, July 10
Panel Speaker V
5:50 – 6:45 pm, Saturday, July 10