The Multi-Industrial Scientific Conference was first held in September 2012 as the result of a long talk between the industrial practitioners and academicians. The major drawbacks from these two blocks is a lack of knowledge and skill transferred from one into another.

The faculty members have conducted extensive researches based on the theory they believe in, but it’s hard to apply it to the field. On the other hand, industrial workers have tons of experience and need advanced technology to fasten the process and improve product quality.

Finally, both parties agree to have a regular meeting every year being Lyon, France as the first witness for this meetup.

Every year, visitors can attend a robust conference program with more than 190 sessions and 400 speakers. The industrial technology top voices will provide direct insights in the conference, small talk, discussion, and keynote addresses you don’t want to miss.

The conference program at MSC offers a unique opportunity to engage with experts from multi-industrial disciplinary from electrical, construction, technology, and other consumer-based businesses.

Our meetup always bring something new every year, being it’s a new technology, marketing ideas, creative solution, or start up presentation.

Held alternately in Europe and the USA every year, MSC is the largest gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies and where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.

The Multi-Industrial Scientific Conference (MSC) showcases more than 2,400 exhibiting companies, including manufacturers, developers, and suppliers of construction materials, technology delivery system, and tools. Furthermore, there are also booths for universities, vocational schools, independent research institutes, and independent consultants that showcase their curriculum programs, latest studies, and safety precautions procedure, respectively.

Find out more about the thought leaders who come to MSC, how to participate, and sponsorship program by checking out the 2016 MSC Help Center.