Welcome to IMS 2025 in Koszalin, Poland

The main focus of the workshop is on methods, techniques, and approaches related to the integration of advanced technologies and artificial intelligence into manufacturing processes. The goal is to enhance efficiency, productivity, flexibility, adaptability, and decision-making in manufacturing operations. The workshop will allow researchers and practitioners to share their achievements, innovations, and insights on intelligent manufacturing systems. Participants can be involved in discussions covering models, approaches, formal solutions, case studies, and real-life implementations. Discussions may be focus on the integration of advanced technologies such as the Internet of Things, edge and cloud computing, machine and deep learning, robotics, automation, data analytics, and advanced manufacturing technologies into manufacturing systems. Consequently, the workshop will encompass the latest research and development in the field, including state-of-the-art technologies and methodologies related to automation, digitalization, and manufacturing. In this context, the workshop’s scope includes understanding, exploring, and discussing the latest trends, technologies, methodologies, and challenges in the field of Intelligent Manufacturing Systems. Additionally, it addresses the integration of the concept of Industry 4.0/5.0, aimed at developing a more sustainable, resilient, and human-centric industry.

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Chairs

Prof. GRZEGORZ BOCEWICZ
Chair, National Organizing Committee
KOSZalin university of technology, POLand
Prof. krzysztof Rokosz
Vice-chair, National Organizing Committee
koszalin university of technology, Poland

About Koszalin

Koszalin is located at the foot of Chełmska Mountain, on the Dzierżęcinka River, lakes: Jamno and Lubiatowo. The city is surrounded by beautiful and clean forests – a land of hiking and biking. The symbol of the city for half a century remains the Koszalin University of Technology, connected to business, culture, science and social affairs. That’s why the university offers more than many other Polish universities. To get from the center to the seaside town of Mielno, you only need to cover 14 kilometers. You can get there by walking along hiking trails or traveling by car, bicycle, railbus or passenger ship across the nearby Jamno Lake. Outside the tourist season, it takes 40 minutes to reach the seaside resorts of Kołobrzeg and Darłowo.

Koszalin is a city for living and activities, located by the sea, among lakes, forests and moraine mountains. Koszalin has a population of about 100,000.


Organizers

Koszalin University of Technology is an example of the combination of history, tradition, and modernity. The University was founded – as the Higher School of Engineering – in 1968. It has always been a technical university, but over the years it has also introduced more faculties into its educational offer: economic sciences, humanities and arts. For 55 years of its activity, the university has become crucial part of its surroundings, integrated into the local community by responding to the needs of local residents and university applicants. Moreover, Koszalin University of Technology cooperates with entities of all industries and fields of public life and supports the development of the city and the region.

Koszalin University of Technology is located on three campuses at: Kwiatkowskiego, Racławicka and Śniadeckich street. It takes only a few minutes to reach each campus by bus. Convenient public transport ensures easy communication between the campuses and the student housing area. The university has four student dormitories, where every room has internet access. These buildings create the student housing estate on Rejtana Street. The student housing estate is located near one of the campuses: on Śniadeckich Street.


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