ICT with Industry 2022

- online -

17 - 21 January 2022

Venue: Lorentz Center@Online

If you are invited or already registered for this workshop, you have received login details by email.

Every year, the Lorentz Center and NWO together organize an ICT with Industry workshop.

During five days a group of about 50 researchers from IT and Computer Science from a wide range of universities (within the Netherlands and Europe) will work together extensively on challenging problems proposed by companies.

For an impression see this ICT with Industry video



Deadline for application is extended to Sunday 17 December. 

End November/begin December, we will let you know whether your application has been accepted.

Participants are expected to be present at the Lorentz Center throughout the workshop.

Please confirm that you have approval of your supervisor to apply. After selection we will require a written confirmation of your participation, which needs to be signed by your supervisor and a signed NDA.


Are you a young scientist with a background in ICT and do you have a creative and inquisitive mind? Do you like to think outside-the-box? Would you like to get into contact with industrial partners such as KB, RTL, Axini, SIG or Philips and solve a case together? Then apply for the “ICT with Industry 2022” Lorentz Workshop.

Since 2013, the ICT with Industry workshop, organized by NWO and the Lorentz Center, brings together scientists, in particular (junior) research staff and PhD students, and professionals from industry and governments. The workshop revolves around a number of case studies, which are subject to an intense week of analyzing, discussing, and modeling solutions.

Dutch ICT researchers can offer significant knowledge and expertise in providing rapid and creative solutions to many challenging problems of industrial partners, and are often at the forefront of the state-of-the-art in ICT and ICT-related applications. The workshop aims to join scientists and industrial partners in co-innovation. Co-innovation needs business flexibility and out-of-the-box scientific advances, but promises to deliver accelerated innovation and identification of new industry-science collaborations.

This year’s cases are the following. For more details on the company cases, please have a look at the “Workshop Files” of this page.

RTL - Automatic Trailer Generation

KB - ARTificial Intelligence for Simplified Texts (ARTIST)

SIG - Software ecosystem risk analysis

Axini - The future of virtual racing

Philips - Interactive Information Retrieval for Bug Resolution

We hope to see you at ICT with Industry 2022!


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