Welcome to INDIN 2023

  • Urheber: Benedikt Lücke, inIT
    Fraunhofer IOSB-INA
  • Urheber: Benedikt Lücke, inIT
    Technische Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe
  • Quelle: Mischa Gutknecht-Stoer, Fraunhofer
    Historic Hanseatic City of Lemgo

IEEE International Conference on Industrial Informatics, INDIN’23

17th - 20th July 2023, Lemgo, Germany

“INDIN 2023 - it has been a great time"


IEEE INDIN international conference will provide a forum for presentation and discussion of the state-of-art and future perspectives of industrial information technologies. Industry experts, researchers and academics are gathering together to share ideas and experiences surrounding frontier technologies, breakthroughs, innovative solutions, research results, as well as initiatives related to industrial informatics and their applications.

INDIN 2023 is hosted by Institute industrial IT of Technische Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe and Fraunhofer IOSB-INA

Welcome to Lemgo, a small University and Old Hanseatic town located in the region of Ostwestfalen-Lippe, one of the most important industrial regions in Germany. With our it’s OWL leading edge technology cluster we are pioneers in the area of Industry 4.0.

This is the 21st edition of the conference, with most recent previous editions being hosted as follows: Beijing, China (2012), Bochum, Germany (2013), Porto-Alegre, Brasil (2014), Cambridge, UK (2015), Poitiers, France (2016), Emden, Germany (2017), Porto, Portugal (2018), Helsinki-Espoo, Finland (2019), Coventry, UK (2020), Palma de Mallorca, Spain (2021) and Perth, Australia (2022)

“Best Paper - Winners"

Technical Track:

Cut Interruption Detection in the Laser Cutting Process Using ROCKET on Audio Signals

Kathrin Leiner, Frederic P. Dollmann, Marco F. Huber, Manuel Geiger, and Stefan Leinberger

Special Session:

Measuring the Robustness of ML Models Against Data Quality Issues in Industrial Time Series Data

Marcel Dix, Gianluca Manca, Kenneth Chigozie Okafor, Reuben Borrison, Konstantin Kirchheim, Divyasheel Sharma, Chandrika KR, Deepti Maduskar and Frank Ortmeier

“IES Young Professionals & Students Paper Assistance"

Security Analysis of the Module Type Package Concept

Marwin Madsen

Linear Combination of Exponential Moving Averages for Wireless Channel Prediction

Gabriele Formis

Thermal Digital Twin of a Multi-Domain System for Discovering Mechanical Faulty Behaviors

Francesco Tosoni

Hybrid Computational Framework for Early Fault Detection in Coil Winding Manufacturing Process Using Knowledge Distillation

Izhar Oswaldo Escudero Ornelas

Network Pruning and Fine-tuning for Few-shot Industrial Image Anomaly Detection

Jie Zhang

“Preprint - Proceedings"

Get the preprint proceedings of INDIN 2023. The credentials will be provided at the conference to the participants.

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“Picture - Gallery"

INDIN in pictures: You will find selected pictures of the conference. Remember good times of INDIN at the Innovation Campus Lemgo and the old hanseatic town of Lemgo.

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“Technology is best when it brings people together.”

Matt Mullenweg

Statements about INDIN 2023

Kathrin Leiner

F&E Technologiesysteme WM, TRUMPF Werkzeugmaschinen SE + Co. KG, Germany

The conference was a fantastic event with a large number of highly interesting technical presentations. The topics showcased the current research areas in the industry and the challenges associated with them. The opportunity to network with like-minded people enabled interesting discussions and inspired and motivated me for my further research. Special thanks must go to the excellent organisation of the conference, which ensured that everything ran perfectly well. Overall, the event was an enriching experience that has further strengthened my interest.

Marcel Dix

Scientist Industrial AI, ABB AG Corporate Research Center Germany

A significant number of contributions at this year's INDIN conference concerned the fascinating topic of Artificial Intelligence (AI). This clearly reflects the growing importance of AI at my company ABB as well, as the increasing digital transformation in our industries opens up diverse applications for AI.

Here, a challenge will be to make the predictions of AI models more explainable for industrial users, so that AI can genuinely provide valuable support to them. To address this issue, we were truly grateful for the opportunity to host a special session at the INDIN 2023 on the issue of Explainable AI (XAI) and interactive Machine Learning for industrial applications.

Our heartfelt appreciation goes to the conference chairs, organizers, and the many dedicated helpers who made this conference an outstanding success, featuring a highly engaging program, all made possible at the cutting-edge university campus of TH OWL in Lemgo.

Mikael Gidlund

Mid Sweden University, Sweden

The 2023 IEEE INDIN conference in Lemgo exceeded all expectations with its exceptional organization and seamless execution. The event boasted an impressive lineup of distinguished speakers, delivering profound insights, alongside numerous high-quality scientific articles. The gala dinner was a standout, leaving a lasting impression on the attendees. Special recognition goes to the co-chairs, Prof. Lukasz Wisniewski and Prof. Juergen Jasperneite, and the entire local team in Lemgo for their outstanding efforts. Undoubtedly, this year’s conference ranks among the finest I’ve ever attended, and it was a privilege to be part of such remarkable gathering.

Jie Wang

Professor, Stanford University, California

INDIN 2023 at Lemgo is such a wonderful conference, and I am so happy to participate. Discussion of innovation driven industrial informatics, sustainable development of ecosystem such as OWL, and from Lemgo to the whole world: a global network of local innovative communities, is so impressive and forward-looking. Of course, the deep hospitality and well-organized activities are also very impressive!

Lukasz Wisniewski

Professor, TH OWL | Executive Board Member of inIT, Germany

We are very proud to host such a prestigious conference as INDIN at the innovation campus in Lemgo with over 250 participants from around the world. Once again, we observed how important personal interaction is when it comes to discussing and creating future technologies. We are delighted that we could also share the vision of technology transfer in the Ostwestfalen Lippe (OWL) Region with the participants, which is crucial for sustainable research and innovation hubs. After receiving so many kind words and much positive feedback from the participants, we can confidently say that it was a highly successful event. We'd like to express our gratitude to all the authors for their contributions to the technical program, as well as to all the people involved in the organization. This event highlighted how essential it is to meet in person, interact, and enjoy each other's company. We would also like to extend an invitation to all participants of this year's edition to join for the next edition of INDIN, which will take place in Beijing.

Jürgen Jasperneite

Professor, TH OWL | Director Fraunhofer IOSB-INA, Germany

From our point of view, INDIN 2023 was a complete success. We were able to further consolidate our claim to be a significant hub in the international knowledge network of industrial automation technologies. More than 250 participants from all over the world were guests in the Old Hanseatic Town of Lemgo. In more than 160 paper contributions, the current state of the art in industrial informatics was discussed. Our guests also enjoyed the social events. And thanks to our great organization team, we have shown that we are able to host larger international conferences at the Innovation Campus Lemgo.