2020 IEEE Technology Engineering Management Society International Conference

2020 IEEE Technology Engineering Management Society International Conference

Managing the Development of Connected Systems

June 3 – 6, 2020

Metro Detroit, Michigan (USA)


TEMSCON 2020 in Detroit, USA is going Virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic (Coronavirus). See our virtual announcement.


Final Papers Deadline: 2 May 2020


TEMSCON 2020 will bring together 200+ engineering leaders, researchers, educators, innovators, entrepreneurs, and students to gather at the conference to help advance the understanding and the state of practice related to successful technology and engineering management from around the world and focuses on the art and science of management and leadership driving innovation and change.

The greater Detroit area has a long history as a hub for engineering and manufacturing automobiles.  With the ever-accelerating progress on innovation and a push for mark-ready automated, connected and electrified vehicles, Detroit remains the heart of the automotive industry.  Southeast Michigan has also diversified its economic base in emerging technology areas including information technology, health care and biomedical, power and energy, advanced manufacturing, and higher education and research.  The conference provides a venue where different points of view interact to yield new understanding and ideas on leading innovation as well as the future of technology and engineering management.


TEMSCON 2020 Topics

  • Innovating in rapidly changing markets, e.g. biotech and health care and manufacturing
  • Leading and managing innovation and transformation
  • Adopting new technologies:  challenges and risk mitigation
  • Managing in-vehicle software versions and interoperability among the different vehicle ages & brands
  • Understanding trends and applicability of new technologies
  • Leveraging enterprise data, e.g., successful use of AI, analytics, blockchain and IoT
  • Leading societal change, e.g., mobility, intelligent transportation, healthcare and public policy
  • Enhancing industry, university, and/or government collaboration
  • Developing personal skills for leading innovation initiatives



IEEE Technology Engineering Management Society (TEMS) provides resources used by engineering leaders to advance, enhance and improve essential management and leadership knowledge and skills of  engineering professionals.