Digitisation in companies and public institutions include many tasks and processes on many levels. Robotic process automation (RPA) is only one of them, but very crucial. It can help to save resources and make processes more efficient and pleasant for the employees. It also can make their life to hell. We see which advantages and pitfalls RPA can bring if implemented wisely.

Our inspiring speakers will guide us in the world of automation. Here are short summaries of their impulse talks.

Manish Patel (UIPAth): RPA - Path to processTransformation

Cristian Paun (DuPont): RPA: the role of automation in Education and Public Research Institutions


While automation technologies like RPA are becoming a significant part of our daily lives, especially in the private sector, the impact of automation is reaching the education/academic sector as well.
Much of the future role of automation in education is still unknown and it raises some questions:
What changes will automation/RPA bring to education spheres?
How will the next generation of school aged children adapt to the rise and spread of this technology?
What are the difference between deploying RPA into private sector vs. education sector?
Let’s see the ways in which automation technologies like RPA can deliver benefits to teachers, students and academic administrators.


6:00 - 6:10 Opening and welcome (Sviatlana Höhn, University of Luxembourg)
6:10 - 6:30 RPA - Path to processTransformation (Manish Patel, UIPAth)
6:30 - 6:50 RPA: the role of automation in education and public research institutions (Cristian Paun, DuPont)
6:50 - 8:00 Panel discussion
8:00 - 8:30 Q&A and networking

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