ESTIEM

ESTIEM

Connecting IEM students to an IEM Europe

Conference Program

ESTIEM's IEM Conference: Breaking down Industry 4.0
5-6 March 2021

All hours displayed in this page are in Central European Time (CET). The program will continuously be updated with announcement of the speakers of the sessions.

Day 1 - Friday, 5th of March

9h30 - 10h00

Opening Session

Welcome words from the 31st Board of ESTIEM

10h00 - 10h45

Keynote Speaker: Skills needed for Industry 4.0

Speaker to be announced

Coffee Break

11h00 - 11h45

Panel discussion: NGOs contribution to Student Skills

Speakers to be announced

Coffee Break

12h30 - 13h00

What kind of engineer are you?

Speaker to be announced

Lunch Break

14h00 - 14h45

Alumni Roundtable: Get to know their Skills and Careers

Speakers to be announced

Coffee Break

15h00 - 15h30

Fair preparation session: Communicating your identity

Speaker to be announced

15h30 - 18h30

Career & University fair

The Career and University Fair will count with a wide variety of companies, universities and professional institutions, that can easily be approached through individual channels on the platform.

The companies and Universities that will take part will be announced soon.

Day 2 - Saturday, 6th of March

10h00 - 10h45

Keynote speaker: Digitalisation in Industry

Speaker to be announced

Coffee Break

11h00 - 13h00

Workshop Sessions 1

The topics of the workshop sessions will soon be announced, together with the respective associated entity.

Lunch Break

14h00 - 14h30

Keynote speaker: The IEM Degree of the Future and how it fits Industry 4.0

Speaker to be announced

14h30 - 15h00

Networks Roundtable: The gap between what students, universities and companies want

Speakers to be announced

Coffee Break

15h15 - 17h15

Workshop Sessions 2

The topics of the workshop sessions will soon be announced, together with the respective associated entity.

17h15 - 17h30

Closing Session

The 31st Board of ESTIEM will close the event with brief appreciation to all involved in the organization of the event.