The 2nd Faculty of Industrial Technology International Congress
International Conference and Workshop
Towards Industry 4.0: Challenges and Opportunities for Industrial Technology
September 24 – 26, 2019
Campus of ITENAS Bandung – Indonesia
On behalf of the Faculty of Industrial Technology, Institut Teknologi Nasional (Itenas) Bandung – Indonesia, we would like to cordially invite you to the 2nd Faculty of Industrial Technology International Congress 2019 (FoITIC 2019), which will be held in September 24-26, 2019, at Itenas campus.
The theme of FoITIC 2019 is “Towards Industry 4.0: Challenges and Opportunities for Industrial Technology”, which can be viewed from broaden field of sciences.
The aim of the Congress is inviting academics, researchers, engineers, government officers, company delegates and students from the field of industrial technology and other disciplines (such as electrical, mechanical, industrial, chemical, informatics, civil, architect, physics, environment, social, economic, design and etc.), to gather, present and share the results of their research and/or work and discuss the future and impact of industry 4.0.
We look forward to seeing you in Bandung and we do hope that the conference will be an exciting and rewarding experience for all the participants.
Greetings from campus of Itenas Bandung Indonesia!
Dr. Dani Rusirawan
Dean Faculty of Industrial Technology Itenas Bandung
Further information about this congress will available soon
Bandung is the capital of the province of West Java and located 180 km South East of Jakarta and 768 meters above sea level. The weather is mild with temperature ranging between 18 to 24oC and 70% relative humidity. Before the second world war the city is called “Paris van Java” because of its beauty. Nowdays, Bandung is famous as an education city because it has many universities, with the growing population mainly caused by the incoming students from all around Indonesia. Some major strategic industries are located in Bandung such as the army and aircraft industries. Bandung is also known as a textile industry city. Although Bandung is more crowded now, the beauty remains, some Dutch style buildings still exist, and the Indonesian named the city as the ”Flower City”.