ICT with industry 2022

During five days a group of about 50 researchers from IT and Computer Science from a wide range of universities (within the Netherlands and Europe) will work together extensively on challenging problems proposed by companies.

The ICT with Industry workshop brings together scientists, in particular (junior) research staff and PhD students, and professionals from industry and governments. The workshop revolves around a number of case studies, which are subject to an intense week of analysing, discussing, and modeling solutions.

ICT with Industry 2022 

ICT with Industry 2022 will be held from January 17 to 21 as a cooperation of the Lorentz Center in Leiden and NWO. Due to the governmental measurements, the workshop will be held online.

Workshop objectives

The main aim of the ICT with Industry workshop is to increase the collaboration between science and industry. The workshop strives for direct and rapid interaction between ICT researchers and industrial partners. It has the following objectives:

  • To stimulate synergies between ICT research and industrial R&D, by analysing challenging problems in multidisciplinary teams.
  • To obtain creative solutions for problems from practice.
  • To give insight into the possibilities ICT research offers, and thereby enable accelerated innovation.
  • To enrich the PhD students’ and postdocs’ experience in collaborating with industry.

Organisation and contacts

Scientific Chairs for 2021

  • Joost Visser (Universiteit van Leiden)
  • Tanja Vos (Open Universiteit en Universidad Politécnica de Valencia)

Steering Committee

    • Dr. Paola Grosso (UVA – ASCI) – chair
    • Dr. Suzan Verberne (UL – SIKS)
    • Dr. Michel Reniers (TU/e – IPA)
    • Dr. Wouter Leibbrandt (TNO ESI)
    • Prof. Dr Patricia Lago (VU – IPN)
    • Dr. Eleni Constantinou (TU/e)
    • Prof. dr. Christian Doerr (University of Potsdam)

If you have any questions about ICT with Industry, please contact us at ictwi2022@easychair.org

The code of conduct of the ICT with Industry series is available here