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EurOMA 2016 Conference - Alliance Research Presented

last modified Jun 29, 2016 02:46 PM
The Alliance presented its research at the 23rd EurOMA conference.

The 23rd EurOMA conference took place at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) from the 17th to the 22nd of June 2016. Several papers were presented at the conference including: 

 

 

 

 

2016EuromaKatharina i) Katharina Greve, who presented her work on 'Facilitating co-creation in living labs:The JOSEPHS study';
2016EuromaHan ii) Xia Han, who presented on 'Service in the Platform Context: A Review of the State of the Art';
2016EuromaChara iii) Chara Makri on 'Critical incidents in complex service contracts: Safety Challenges and Means of Prevention'; and
2016EuromaOrnella iv) Ornella Benedettini, who presented on how manufacturers link advanced services and service expansion; 
In addition, Mohamed Zaki took part in a panel debate on Redistributed Manufacturing, whilst Andy Neely took part in a panel debate on 'Industry 4.0 - Creating Interactions Through Technology'.

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