Workshop Co-Chairs

Ovidiu Vermesan, SINTEF, Norway
Franz Wotawa,TU Graz, Austria
Stefan Woltran, TU Wien, Austria
Mario Diaz Nava, STM, France
Björn Debaillie, imec, Belgium


Important dates

June 01th, 2022: Submission deadline
June 10th, 2022: Acceptance information
June 24th, 2022: Author registration 
June 24th, 2022: Final paper submission 
July 25th– 26th , 2022: Workshop


Technical Committee

Cristina De Luca, Silicon Austria Labs, Austria
Ovidiu Vermesan, SINTEF, Norway
Franz Wotawa, TU Graz, Austria
Stefan Woltran, TU Wien, Austria
Mario Diaz Nava, STM, France
Björn Debaillie, imec, Belgium
Reiner John, AVL List, Austria
Marcello Coppola STM, France
Giulio Urlini, STMicroelectronics, Italy
Ilja Ocket, imec, Belgium
Sebastien Couet, imec, Belgium
Yannick Le Tiec, CEA, France
Alexandre Valentian, CEA, France
Thomas Kaempfe, Fraunhofer IPMS, Germany
Loreto Mateu, Fraunhofer-IIS, Germany
Rodrigo M. Fernandez, Fraunhofer-IIS, Germany
Luca Fanucci, University of Pisa, Italy
Giuseppe De Nicolao, University of Pavia, Italy
Davide M. Raimondo, University of Pavia, Italy
Andrea Dumbar, CSEM, Switzerland
Dennis Moolenaar, Philips, Netherland
Menno Lindwer, Grain Matter Labs, Netherland
Saad Al-Baddai, Infineon, Germany
Georg Pelz, Infineon, Germany
Christian Burmer, Infineon, Austria
Andreja Rojko, Infineon, Austria
Roman Kern, Know-Center, Austria


Call for Papers

Workshop Program




The EAI4IA 2022 international workshop will take place at the TU Wien, one of the oldest technical universities in Europe with more than 200 years of history. The university is located in the city centre of Vienna, at a hub of the public transport system and within walking distance of some of the most important sights of the city.

TU Wien warmly welcomes all the participants of the EAI4IA 2022 international workshop.

Address for the conference venue:

Lecture Hall EI 10 / A-1040 Wien, Gußhausstraße 27-29, TU Wien

By Metro: The ETFA 2020 venue, Technical University of Vienna, is located in the city centre of Vienna. The nearest metro stations are Karlsplatz (U1, U2, U4) and Taubstummengasse (U1). More information can be found at

By Tram: You can take the Tram to get to the venue, Technical University of Vienna. The nearest tram station is Wien Paulanergasse, tramlines 1 and 62.

About TU Wien

The TU Wien is Austria’s largest research and educational institution in the field of technology and natural sciences. More than 4,000 scientists are researching “technology for people” in five main research areas at eight faculties. The content of the studies offered is derived from the excellent research. More than 27,000 students in 55-degree programmes benefit from this. As a driver of innovation, TU Wien strengthens the business location, facilitates cooperation, and contributes to the prosperity of society.

The institutional roots of TU Wien, which was founded in 1815 as the “Imperial & Royal Polytechnic Institute of Vienna”, lie in the military and technical-commercial colleges which began to spring up in Austria, as they did all over Europe, at the start of the 18th century: military engineering academies, mining academies, construction academies and what were called “Realakademien” (business academies) which had a primarily commercial focus.

The Imperial and Royal Polytechnic Institute was officially opened on 6 November 1815 and the first lectures began the very next day, in the existing buildings on the site which had been adapted for the purpose. Three professors (out of a planned total of eight) taught just 47 students. The foundation stone for what is now the main building on the Karlsplatz was laid on 14 October 1816 and the institute moved into the new building in autumn 1818.

On 10 April 1872, the Imperial & Royal Polytechnic Institute was converted into a Technical University and academic freedom (which had been abolished in 1866) was reintroduced. The organisation’s statutes were amended to this effect in 1875 and remained formally in force until 1945.

With effect from 1.1.2004, TU Wien, like all Austrian universities, was granted full legal independence under the Universities Act of 2002 (UG 02). Since then, it has been led by the Rectorate (the Rector and four Vice-Rectors) and a newly created University Council.

Today, TU Wien, is conducting research, teaching, and learning under the motto ‘Technology for people’ for over 200 years. TU Wien has evolved into an open academic institution where discussions can happen, opinions can be voiced, and arguments will be heard. Although everyone may have different individual philosophies and approaches to life, the staff, management personnel and students at TU Wien all promote open-mindedness and tolerance.


International Workshop on Edge Artificial Intelligence for Industrial Applications (EAI4IA) 25-26 July 2022

TU Vienna - Lecture Hall EI 10 / A-1040 Wien, Gußhausstraße 27-29, TU Vienna, Austria


AI4DI Technical Meeting 27 July 2022

TTTech Auto AG. Operngasse 17-21 1040 Vienna.