RUDN expert tells about ecological risks management in RUSAL at an international conference in Oxford
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ICITM has been an annual event which was held in many places till now. ICITM 2018 welcomed author submission of papers concerning any branch of the Industrial Technology and Management, and their applications in education, and other subjects. The subjects covered by the ICITM 2018 include E-Business and E-Commerce, Engineering Economy and Cost Analysis, Information Processing and Engineering, Reliability and Maintenance Engineering and their applications.
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One of the reports was made my Anna Verinikina, lecturer of the department of political economics of RUDN Faculty of Economics who talked about economic risks management by the example of RUSAL, one of the biggest Russian companies. Co-author of the report – professor John Finley (Columbus University, USA).
Participants of ICITM 2018 were especially interested in the integration of eco management system in Industry 4.0 – a unified concept of production based on product life cycle management and smart production strategy with the use of IoT and cyber systems.
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