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2020 IEEE Frontiers in Education Conference (FIE)

The Frontiers in Education (FIE) Conference is a major international conference focusing on educational innovations and research in engineering and computing education. FIE 2019 continues a long tradition of disseminating results in engineering and computing education. It is an ideal forum for sharing ideas, learning about developments and interacting with colleagues inthese fields.


2020 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM)

All topics related to engineering and technology management, including applicable analytical methods and economical/social/human issues to be considered in making engineering decisions.


ICC 2020 - 2020 IEEE International Conference on Communications

All topics relating to existing and emerging communications networking technologies.


2018 15th International Conference on Service Systems and Service Management (ICSSSM)

The scope of the conference includes topics on: Theory and Principle of Service Sciences;Service System Design, Operations, and Management, Supply Chain Management for Service, Specific Industrial Service Management, Service Marketing and Financial Management, Electronic business new models and strategies, Data analytics and service management


2018 e-Manufacturing & Design Collaboration Symposium (eMDC)

The Symposium attends to recent technological advancements to align the needs of designers,manufacturers, equipment suppliers, software vendors, solution providers and researchers. It offers a public arena for the exchange of up-to-date experiences among manufacturers for adoption of technological developments.

  • 2016 e-Manufacturing and Design Collaboration Symposium (eMDC)

    The Symposium attends to recent technological advancements to align the needs of designers, manufacturers, equipment suppliers, software vendors, solution providers and researchers. It offers a public arena for the exchange of up-to-date experiences among manufacturers for adoption of technological developments.

  • 2014 e-Manufacturing and Design Collaboration Symposium (eMDC)

    The Symposium attends to recent technological advancements to align the needs of designers, manufacturers, equipment suppliers, software vendors, solution providers and researchers. It offers a public arena for the exchange of up -to-date experiences.

  • 2013 e-Manufacturing & Design Collaboration Symposium (eMDC)

    The Symposium attends to recent technological advancements to align the needs of designers, manufacturers, equipment suppliers, software vendors, solution providers and researchers. It offers a public arena for the exchange of up -to-date experiences.

  • 2012 e-Manufacturing & Design Collaboration Symposium (eMDC)

    The Symposium attends to recent technological advancements to align the needs of designers, manufacturers, equipment suppliers, software vendors, solution providers and researchers. It offers a public arena for the exchange of up-to-date experiences among manufacturers for adoption of technological developments.


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Disruptive Innovation of Disaster Robots - The ImPACT Tough Robotics Challenge

2018 IEEE Workshop on Advanced Robotics and its Social Impacts (ARSO), 2018

The ImPACT Tough Robotics Challenge is a national project of Japan Cabinet Office (period: 2014-18, members: 62 PIs and 300 researchers, budget: 30 M USD) that focuses on `tough' technologies of robotics to give solutions to disaster response, recovery and preparedness. This paper presents the research outcome and application to actual disasters as well as its management to achieve disruptive ...


Quantum Games of Quadruple Helix Ecosystem

2018 International Symposium on Electronics and Smart Devices (ISESD), 2018

Computational model of quadruple innovations ecosystem which obeys quantum strategies for disruptive innovations dynamics is proposed: the Dirac-Solow- Swan potential represents the dynamics of quadruple ecosystems and each members obey game theory. The classical entities are Business and Government, while Academia and Community assumed as quantum objects. It is shown that the architecture of quantum strategies of quadruple helix ecosystem ...


Disruptive Innovations and Disruptive Assurance: Assuring Machine Learning and Autonomy

Computer, 2019

Autonomous and machine learning-based systems are disruptive innovations and thus require a corresponding disruptive assurance strategy. We offer an overview of a framework based on claims, arguments, and evidence aimed at addressing these systems and use it to identify specific gaps, challenges, and potential solutions.


Strategies for activating innovation ecosystems: introduction of a taxonomy

IEEE Engineering Management Review, None

Managers need to actively drive the growth of innovation ecosystems. This article describes the obstacles companies face when commercializing innovations and identifies strategies for overcoming these barriers through activating innovation ecosystems. We explore three ecosystems at different stages of maturity, namely San Francisco, Barcelona, and Nairobi, and derive a taxonomy of strategies for activating innovation ecosystems with regard to the ...


The role teams and organizational factors play in disruptive innovations in ambidextrous organizations

2019 IEEE International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation (ICE/ITMC), 2019

One of the biggest challenges that large companies challenge at commercializing innovations is how to successfully transfer the project to the business unit at the moment of scaling up the innovation. This research has deployed multiple case methodology to study the process of transference of twelve disruptive innovations in ambidextrous organizations to improve the understanding of how corporate ventures face ...


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Educational Resources on Disruptive Innovation

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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Disruptive Innovation of Disaster Robots - The ImPACT Tough Robotics Challenge

    The ImPACT Tough Robotics Challenge is a national project of Japan Cabinet Office (period: 2014-18, members: 62 PIs and 300 researchers, budget: 30 M USD) that focuses on `tough' technologies of robotics to give solutions to disaster response, recovery and preparedness. This paper presents the research outcome and application to actual disasters as well as its management to achieve disruptive innovations of technology, industry and society.

  • Quantum Games of Quadruple Helix Ecosystem

    Computational model of quadruple innovations ecosystem which obeys quantum strategies for disruptive innovations dynamics is proposed: the Dirac-Solow- Swan potential represents the dynamics of quadruple ecosystems and each members obey game theory. The classical entities are Business and Government, while Academia and Community assumed as quantum objects. It is shown that the architecture of quantum strategies of quadruple helix ecosystem applied on data topology has ≈ O(n) computational depth which and can enhance the capital accumulation of innovations.

  • Disruptive Innovations and Disruptive Assurance: Assuring Machine Learning and Autonomy

    Autonomous and machine learning-based systems are disruptive innovations and thus require a corresponding disruptive assurance strategy. We offer an overview of a framework based on claims, arguments, and evidence aimed at addressing these systems and use it to identify specific gaps, challenges, and potential solutions.

  • Strategies for activating innovation ecosystems: introduction of a taxonomy

    Managers need to actively drive the growth of innovation ecosystems. This article describes the obstacles companies face when commercializing innovations and identifies strategies for overcoming these barriers through activating innovation ecosystems. We explore three ecosystems at different stages of maturity, namely San Francisco, Barcelona, and Nairobi, and derive a taxonomy of strategies for activating innovation ecosystems with regard to the maturity of the ecosystem. The article thus contributes to the wealth of knowledge concerning the commercialization of innovations in general and within innovation ecosystems in particular. We fill a gap in the understanding of the stages of maturity of innovation ecosystems, and the corresponding actions required by managers and policy makers. Policy makers and other actors can incentivize ecosystem development through adapting initiatives to the maturity of the ecosystem in question.

  • The role teams and organizational factors play in disruptive innovations in ambidextrous organizations

    One of the biggest challenges that large companies challenge at commercializing innovations is how to successfully transfer the project to the business unit at the moment of scaling up the innovation. This research has deployed multiple case methodology to study the process of transference of twelve disruptive innovations in ambidextrous organizations to improve the understanding of how corporate ventures face the transition from a disruptive innovation to a receiving business unit. The study identifies different crucial team activities within the process of transferring the projects to the receiving business units as well as key organizational factors between the R&D; team, the business unit and the corporation, as it follows: 1) the achievement of first sales and running of pilot projects, 2) early-relations with the potential receiving business unit, 3) misfit between the innovation project and the business unit, 4) transfer of the R & D team to the receiving team, 5) presence of champions and project support network. The research also provides insights about the most appropriate time for the realization of the transfer.

  • Disruptive Technologies in Intelligent Transportation Systems

    Since the 90s, the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) have always been looking for improving the technological solutions that has been applied into the transportation. In fact, today a concept known as “disruptive innovation” has began to re-order the way that ITS services can be achieved it. Disruptive Technology means that an established technology can be displaced by innovative solutions that require less resources and can grow exponentially, very often, shaking up the economy and structure of the related businesses. This paper presents some conclusions of the panel discussion regarding disruptive technologies held in the ITS LATAM 2019. Here, we present some aspects that practitioners should take into account in order to design and develop new ITS Services.



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