Institute of IR4.0 (IIR4.0)

Institute of IR4.0 (IIR4.0), UKM

A Leading Centre of Excellence

Leveraging Industrial Revolution 4.0 for Sustainable Development Goals and Innovations

The world is in the cusp of another industrial revolution, Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IR4.0). In this phase of human civilisation, we have become more aware of how the previous industrial revolutions have brought about detrimental changes to our planet. As technological advancement in IR4.0 blurs the line between the physical, digital and biological, and the world becomes more interconnected, humanity is facing a climate crisis that will bring the destruction of biodiversity on this planet, and of our own existence. Thus, technological advancement in IR4.0 may be leveraged to create a more sustainable future.

Institute of IR4.0 is organising our 1st International Postgraduate Seminar on Industrial Revolution 4.0 (IPSIR4.0). We welcome postgraduate students, their supervisors and researchers to submit research papers in IR4.0 and related fields. Reflecting on the opportunities brought by IR4.0 and the challenges of climate crisis, the theme for this year’s seminar is “Leveraging Industrial Revolution 4.0 for Sustainable Development Goals and Innovations.”

We welcome papers in the following topics, but not limited to:

  • Modelling & Simulation
  • Mixed Reality
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • System Integration and Internet of Things
  • Intelligent Data Analytics

Conference Date: 8 & 9 July 2021

Venue: Online

  • Due date for full paper submission:
    • 16 April 2021
  • Notification of acceptance:
    • 16 May 2021
  • Registration start:
    • 16 May 2021
  • Registration due date:
    • 30 June 2021

Publication & Registration Fee

Accepted papers will not be published as conference proceedings. All accepted authors will be invited to extend their papers to be submitted for consideration for publications in selected journals (ISI/WOS/Scopus/Elsevier/MyCite).

Registration fee is RM300 for Malaysians and USD70 for participants from outside Malaysia.