Berlin Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Applications 2022

AI meets Engineering - We bring state-of-the-art Artificial Intelligence research to practitioners in engineering.

Deadlines extended

  • Submission of abstracts until July 31, 2022

    • Please indicate in which format you would like to make your submission

    • For papers and short papers, there will be a review by the program committee with the subsequent possibility of publication at Springer LNCF

    • For talks and posters you only need to submit the abstract

  • Notification of authors by August 14, 2022

    • In case of a paper or short paper, the call for submission will follow subsequently

  • Deadline for papers and short contributions to be published electronically at the workshop (optional) is September 18, 2022

Artificial Intelligence dominates science, industry and engineering when it comes to cutting-edge technologies. From product development, to production, to maintenance and condition monitoring, Artificial Intelligence is creating solutions that seemed unattainable just a few years ago.  

It is the objective of the first Berlin Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Applications (AI4EA) to present AI-based solutions to industrial problems. Furthermore, the workshop explicitly focuses on the knowledge exchange from research to industry. AI4EA offers a platform for scientists as well as industry professionals to discuss and publish their ideas, results and problems.  

In its first year, AI4EA is focusing on the following application areas:   

  • Quality assurance in production  

  • Predictive maintenance

  • Process control/optimization

  • Product development

  • Medical engineering 

The workshop will be part of the Software Engineering and Formal Methods International Conference (SEFM 2022).

Interested in AI4EA workshop but don't want to write a whole paper?

You can also give a talk or present a poster. In both cases, you only need to submit an abstract, which will be reviewed by our program committee for acceptance.

All info can be found in the guidelines for authors.

5 reasons to submit to AI4EA

  • Learn about the latest trends in artificial intelligence and machine learning

  • Presentating your research, developments or concepts to exactly the right audience: domain experts from research and industry

  • Making exciting contacts with relevant practitioners or researchers

  • Possibility to publish your research results at a leading scientific journal

  • Peer review by two members of a high-level program committee


Alan Akbik (HU Berlin)
Benny Botsch (GFaI)
Wolfgang A. Halang (FernUniversität Hagen)
Daniel Herfert (GFaI)
Steffen Ihlenfeldt (TU Dresden)
Alfred Iwainsky (GFaI)
Jürgen Jakumeit (Access)
Mario Koddenbrock (GFaI)
Benjamin Küster (IPH)
Benjamin Noack (KIT)
Christof Puhle (GFaI)
Joachim Rauchfuß (BHT Berlin)
Jörg Reiff-Stephan (TH Wildau)
Erik Rodner (HTW Berlin)
Stephan Rothstock (GFaI)
Adrian Schischmanow (DLR)
Holger Schlingloff (HU Berlin)
Miriam Schneider (GFaI)
Gerd Stanke (GFaI)