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January 2011

15th 2011 International Conference on Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering (MIME 2011)

Australia, Melbourne
15th - 16th January 2010
Conference Website: http://www.ier-institute.org/mime/index.htm

2011 International Conference on Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering will be held in 15-16 January, 2011, Australia, Melbourne. The goal of this Conference is to bring together the researchers from academia and industry as well as practitioners to share ideas, problems and solutions relating to the multifaceted aspects of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering. We are pleased to invite authors to submit their papers to MIME 2011, addressing issues that serve present and future development of the field. All accepted papers will be included in MIME 2011 Proceedings with the publishing House by Information Engineering Research Institute, USA.

MIME 2011 will be indexed by ISTP (ISI Proceedings) and submitted for EI Compendex. Selected papers will be published by SCI and EI Compendex Journals, and so on.

MIME 2011
Conference proceeding ISBN: 978-0-9831693-1-4

    2011 International Conference on Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering is the premier forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering. The conference will bring together leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to
    Manufacturing Engineering
    Aerospace Engineering
    Aerospace Systems and Technology
    Aeronautical Engineering
    Computational Fluid Dynamics
    Industrial Engineering
    Mechanical Engineering
    Design and Manufacturing
    Life Cycle Design of Products
    Design for Environment
    Design for Manufacturing and Assembly
    Concurrent Engineering
    PDM, PLM, Collaborative Product Design & Commerce
    Condition Monitoring and Vibration Analysis
    Reliability Engineering
    Industrial Tribology
    Applications of AI Techniques in Design and Manufacturing
    Modeling & Optimization of Systems and Processes
    Automation and Robotics
    Non-Traditional Manufacturing
    Advanced Metal Forming,Welding & Casting techniques
    Agile & Lean Manufacturing
    Logistics and SCM
    Reverse Engineering, RP/RT
    Micro-Machining, Nano- Technology & Smart Materials
    Mechatronics, MEMS, NEMS
    Thermal Engineering
    Computational Heat and Mass Transfer
    Internal Combustion Engines
    Alternate fuels
    Advanced Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
    Turbo Machines and Fluid Power Engineering
    Renewable and Non conventional Energy Sources, Energy Systems
    Computational Methods in Thermal Engineering, Optimization Methods, CFD
    Case Studies

Further details are available from the conference site
web: http://www.ier-institute.org/mime/index.htm/.

February 2011

International Hydrogen Energy Development Forum 2011

2nd - 3rd February 2011
Congress Corporation Facility Tour, Kyushu Branch
Fukoka 810-0001, Japan

The latest information for realization of a hydrogen energy society, from Fukuoka to the entire world.

This is one of the world's largest international forums, where hydrogen researchers and industrial experts gather to share results of the latest research activities and development achievements.

The two-day International Hydrogen Energy Development Forum has been held annually since 2007. On the first day (February 2nd, 2011), lecture sessions covering hydrogen energy strategies, recent research trends and the latest achievements will be reported by researchers and representatives of institutions from Japan, Europe and North America, at the Grand Hyatt Fukuoka.

On the 2nd day (February 3rd, 2011), the Research Symposium, where researchers report and discuss research activities and achievements in detail, will be held, and a guided tour of research facilities will be conducted at the Kyushu University Ito Campus.

The number of participants increases each year, and we had a total of 800 participants from 23 countries at the last forum in 2010. Even more participants are expected at the forum in 2011. We heartily invite you to participate in this rewarding event

Further details are available from the conference site
Web: http://www.congre.co.jp/hydrogen2011/english/html/program/program.html

March 2011

CMAE 2011
2011 International Conference on Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
New Delhi, India, March 19-20, 2011

19th - 20th February 2011
2011 International Conference on Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (CMAE 2011)
New Delhi, India

2011 International Conference on Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (CMAE 2011) will be held in New Delhi, India during March 19-20, 2011. The aim objective of CMAE 2011 is to provide a platform for researchers, engineers, academicians as well as industrial professionals from all over the world to present their research results and development activities in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. This conference provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration.

Submitted conference papers will be reviewed by technical committees of the Conference.
CMAE 2011 will be published in the conference proceeding by IEEE, which will be included in IEEE Xplore, and indexed by INSPEC and Ei Compendex.

    Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

    Acoustics and Noise Control
    Applied Mechanics
    Automation, Mechatronics and Robotics
    Automotive Engineering
    Biomedical Engineering
    Composite and Smart Materials
    Compressible Flows
    Computational Mechanics
    Computational Techniques
    Dynamics and Vibration
    Energy Engineering and Management
    Engineering Materials
    Fatigue and Fracture
    Fluid Dynamics
    Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
    Fuels and Combustion
    General mechanics
    Health and Safety
    Heat and Mass Transfer
    Industrial and Systems Engineering
    Industrial Engineering
    Industrial, Mechanical, Systems Science and Engineering
    Instrumentation and Control
    Internal Combustion Engines
    Logistics and Scheduling
    Machinery and Machine Design
    Manufacturing and Production Processes
    Manufacturing Engineering
    Manufacturing Systems Engineering
    Marine System Design
    Material Engineering
    Material Science and Processing
    Mechanical Design
    Mechanical Power Engineering
    MEMS and Nano Technology
    Multibody Dynamics vNanomaterial Engineering
    New and Renewable Energy
    Noise and Vibration
    Noise Control
    Non-destructive Evaluation
    Nonlinear Dynamics
    Oil and Gas Exploration
    Operations Management
    PC guided design and manufacture
    Plasticity Mechanics
    Pollution and Environmental Engineering
    Precision mechanics, mechatronics
    Production Technology
    Quality assurance and environment protection
    Resistance and Propulsion
    Robotic Automation and Control
    Solid Mechanics
    Structural Dynamics
    System Dynamics and Simulation
    Textile and Leather Technology
    Transport Phenomena

    Theories, Models and Concepts
    Advanced Energy Sources
    Advanced Heat Pipe Technologies
    Advanced In-Space Propulsion & Power Concepts
    Advanced Thermal Control Technologies
    Advances in Space Propulsion
    Enabling Technologies for Lunar Surface Science
    Far Term Space Transport and Environment Models and Theories
    High Capacity Heat Rejection Systems
    High Frequency Gravity Wave Detection
    High Frequency Gravity Wave Generators
    Innovative Techniques in Fusion Energy
    Innovative Techniques in Nuclear Energy
    Lunar In Space Resource Utilization
    Lunar Lander Technologies and Design
    Medical Astrosociology
    Microgravity Thermophysics
    New Directions in Astrophysics/Particle Physics
    New Directions in Communications
    Planetary Defense and Societal Protection
    Propulsion Analysis
    Smart Materials
    Space faring societies
    Space policy and space law in a social context
    Space Science and Technology Roadmaps
    Space societies/ the settlement of space environments
    Technology transfers and spinoffs
    The relationship between astrosociology and astrobiology
    Theories on High Frequency Gravity Waves
    Thermal Control
    Thermal Control for Lunar and Deep Missions
    Two Phase Thermal Control Systems
    Unconventional Physical Principles and Gravitational Models

Further details are available from the conference site
web: http://www.iacsit.org/cmae/.

April 2011

18th International Conference on Wear of Materials
April 3-7 2011
Philadelphia USA

Date: 3-4 April 2011
Event venue:
Sheraton Society Hill Hotel
Philadelphia USA
    Specific topics include
  • Materials to resist wear in harsh environments, e.g., corrosive, fretting, abrasive, erosive, impact, high temperature, space, etc.
  • Biotribology: Biomimetics, biomedical materials/implants, tribology of skin
  • Wear debris generation and its impact on the environment
  • Materials wear issues in energy conversion
  • Fundamental mechanisms of friction and wear
  • Modeling and simulations
  • Thin films, super hard coatings and surface modification for wear control
  • Tribology of automotive materials
  • Novel test methods, sensors and measurement techniques for nano- micro- and macro-wear
  • Wear issues in nano- and microelectromechanical systems (NEMS/MEMS)
  • Wear reduction by lubrication, including self-lubricated composites
  • Case studies of wear-related failures

Further details are available from the conference site
web: http://www.wom-conference.elsevier.com/abstractsubmission.asp.


Xth The 13th International Conference on Metrology and Properties of Engineering Surfaces is being held at the National Physical Laboratory on 12-15 April 2011

12th ÷ 15th April 2011
National Physical Laboratory (NPL)

What is it?
A conference focusing on surface metrology, surface characterisation instrumentation and properties of engineering surfaces.

    What topics will be covered?
  • Surface, Micro and Nano Metrology
  • Measurement and Instrumentation
  • Metrology for MST Devices
  • Freeform Surface Measurement and Characterisation
  • Uncertainty, Traceability and Calibration
  • AFM/SPM Metrology
  • Tribology and Wear Phenomena
  • Functional Applications
  • Stylus and Optical Instruments

Where is the venue?
The conference will be held at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) which is situated 20 km south-west of central London and close to the historic Royal Palace of Hampton Court.

General Information

The conference will be held at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) which is situated 20 km south-west of central London and close to the historic Royal Palace of Hampton Court.
NPL is within easy reach of London's main airports and is well served by road and rail links.
Directions/maps can be found on NPL's location page

The National Physical Laboratory (NPL)
NPL is the UK's National Measurement Institute and is a world-leading centre of excellence in developing and applying the most accurate measurement standards, science and technology available to man. For more than a century NPL has developed and maintained the nation's primary measurement standards. These standards underpin an infrastructure of traceability throughout the UK and the world that ensures accuracy and consistency of measurement.
Visit NPL's main website

Further details are available from the conference site
web: http://conferences.npl.co.uk/met_prop/.


Xth International
Technical Systems Degradation (TSD)
Liptovský Mikuláš 27÷30 APRIL 2011

27th ÷ 30th April 2011
Liptovský Mikuláš, Słowacja

Major topics of ISFF6 include: testing and standardisation in fretting fatigue, experimental results, applications and case studies, theories and mechanisms of fretting fatigue and wear, modelling issues, coatings and lubrication as palliatives and fretting wear and its interaction with fatigue damage.


Forming of the level of technical risk, especially identification of hazards associated with degradation as well as wear and tear processes occurring during operations, should be done already at the stage of design. The factor, which essentially affects such behavior, is the possibility of process evolution forecasting. Very important is to have procedures of detection of the periods of initiation as well as the early, low-energy phases of development of such defects.

The purpose of the conference is presentation of the latest achievements in the field of modeling and simulation of mechanical systems’ defects, diagnosis of failures resulting from wear and tear as well as low-energy defects, safety of technical systems as well as diagnosis of technical condition and development of defects in structures, and also the issues from the field of tribology and operations in the broad sense of the term.

Further details are available from the site
web: http://www.konferencje.mechatronika.info.pl/index.php?action=site_konf&id_konferencja=2.

May 2011

12th International Conference on Tribology
11-13 May 2011, Kragujevac Serbia

11-13 May 2011
Web: http://www.serbiatrib.mfkg.rs/
Important dates
15th January 2011 – Abstract submission
31st January 2011 – Notification of acceptance
20th February 2011 – Preliminary program
31st March 2011 – Final manuscript submission

About the Conference

This Conference is organized by the Serbian Tribology Society and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering in Kragujevac


Organizing Scientific Conferences, Serbian Tribology Society plays a significant role in helping engineers and researchers to introduce in the fundamentals of tribology and to present their experience, solutions and research results.

  • Fundamentals of friction and wear
  • Tribological properties of solid materials
  • Surface engineering and coating tribology
  • Lubricants and lubrication
  • Tribotesting and tribosystem monitoring
  • Tribology in machine elements
  • Tribology in manufacturing processes
  • Tribology in transportation engineering
  • Design and calculation of tribocontacts
  • Sealing tribology
  • Biotribology
  • Nano and microtribology
  • Other topics related to tribology

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Sestre Janjic 6
34 000 Kragujevac
Phone: ++ 381 34 335 990 ext. 612
Fax: ++ 381 34 333 192
E-mail: serbiatrib@mfkg.rs

Further details are available from the conference site
web: 12th International Conference on Tribology
11-13 May 2011, Kragujevac Serbia


Implants 2011 LYON 11th & 12th May

11-12 May 2011


STLE 66th Annual Meeting & Exhibition

Hilton Atlanta
255 Courtland St Ne,
Atlanta, Ga. (USA) 30303
Annual Meeting dates: May 15-19, 2011

The STLE Annual Meeting showcases more than 350 technical papers, application-based case studies and best practice reports, and discussion panels on technical or market trends. Education courses support professional development needs and prepare people for one of STLE's three certification programs.

Exhibits and commercial presentations spotlight the latest products and services of interest to lubrication professionals. Business networking is another invaluable part of the STLE meeting experience.

Further details are available from the conference site
web: STLE 66th Annual Meeting & Exhibition


4th Chaotic Modeling and Simulation International Conference (CHAOS 2011)

1st - 6th June 2010
May 31st - June 3rd, 2011 Agios Nikolaos, Crete Greece

Dear Colleague,
Please find attached the Poster of the 4th Chaotic Modeling and Simulation International Conference (CHAOS2011, Agios Nikolaos, Crete, Greece, May 31 - June 3, 2011, www.cmsim.org ) for your information.

We would appreciate very much if you disseminate the attached Poster of CHAOS2011 International Conference to Colleagues, Researchers and Students.

Looking forward to welcoming you in Agios Nikolaos for the conference,
With best regards

Prof. Christos H. Skiadas
Director Data Analysis and Forecasting Laboratory, Technical University of Crete, Greece

Prof. Yiannis Dimotikalis

Technological Educational Institute of Crete, Agios Nikolaos Branch, Crete, Greece
Contact E-mail: secretariat@cmsim.org

Honorary Committee
Leon O. Chua
EECS Department, University of California, Berkeley, USA, Editor of the International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos
Ji-Huan He
Donghua University, Shanghai, China, Editor of Int. Journal of Nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation
Gannady A. Leonov
Dean of Mathematics and Mechanics Faculty, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia, Member (corresponding) of Russian Academy of Science
David Ruelle
Academie des Sciences de Paris, Honorary Professor at the Institut des Hautes Etudes Scientifiques of Bures-sur-Yvette, France
Ferdinand Verhulst
Mathematics Faculty, Utrecht, The Netherlands

    Conference Topics
  1. Chaos and Nonlinear Dynamics
  2. Stochastic Chaos
  3. Chemical Chaos
  4. Data Analysis and Chaos
  5. Hydrodynamics, Turbulence and Plasmas
  6. Optics and Chaos
  7. Chaotic Oscillations and Circuits
  8. Chaos in Climate Dynamics
  9. Geophysical Flows
  10. Biology and Chaos
  11. Neurophysiology and Chaos
  12. Hamiltonian Systems
  13. Chaos in Astronomy and Astrophysics
  14. Chaos and Solitons
  15. Micro- and Nano- Electro-Mechanical Systems
  16. Neural Networks
  17. Chaos, Ecology and Economy
Conference Location: Agios Nikolaos, Crete Greece
Local Co-Organiser: Yiannis Dimotikalis
Technological Educational Institute of Crete, Agios Nikolaos Branch
M. V. Zakrzhevsky (Institute of Mechanics, Riga Technical University, Latvia)

The Conference includes three types of presentations

Key Note Presentations on the main topics of the Conference selected by the Program Committee;
Contributed papers or posters proposed by authors;
Special Sessions or Workshops proposed from people working in a special topic of the chaotic field
Every Special Session includes 4-6 presentations. Two or more special sessions form a Workshop
The session organizer is responsible for the selection and the review process of the papers of his session.
    A collection of the best papers presented in the three previous CHAOS Conferences are included in the following books published by World Scientific
  1. Topics on Chaotic Systems: Selected Papers from the CHAOS2008 International Conference, C. H. Skiadas et al. Eds, World Scientific, 2009.
  2. Chaotic Systems: Theory and Applications, C. H. Skiadas and I. Dimotikalis, Eds, World Scientific, 2010.
  3. Chaos Theory: Modeling, Simulation and Applications: Selected Papers from the CHAOS2010 International Conference, C. H. Skiadas et al. Eds, World Scientific, forthcoming.

Contact: Anthi Katsirikou
Conference Secretary

Email: secretariat@cmsim.org
Website: http://www.cmsim.org

June 2011

Fourth JSME/ASME International Conference on Materials and Processing (ICM&P)

11th - 13th June 2011
Location: Corvallis, Oregon, United States

2011 ICM&P Call for Papers
Fourth JSME/ASME International Conference on Materials and Processing (ICM&P)
The Materials and Processing Division (MPD) of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineering (JSME) and The Manufacturing Engineering Division (MED) of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) are pleased to co-sponsor the 2011 JSME/ASME International Conference on Materials and Processing (ICM&P). This year in combining with the Society of Manufacturing Engineers’ (SME) North American Manufacturing Research Conference (NAMRC), ICM&P will be the premiere venue for the dissemination of manufacturing research.

Join colleagues discussing research across a wide range of materials, processes and manufacturing systems topics. This year’s conference will emphasize the innovation role of manufacturing and its importance to economic development. Workshops will focus on new market opportunities in clean energy, health care and transportation enabled by arrayed microchannel manufacturing and recent developments in reducing the cost, carbon footprint and worker exposure for nanomanufacturing in applications including microelectronics and solar cell manufacturing among others. Industry speakers and panels will discuss issues and trends in transportation, clean energy, and sustainability.

The conference will be punctuated with student design competitions, student paper competitions, an early research career workshop and a manufacturing engineering education panel. Results of recent US manufacturing policy development efforts by ASME will be presented for engagement and feedback. Come network and meet new colleagues and participate in advancing the impact of the manufacturing engineering community on the global economy.

Dates: June 13-17, 2011

Location: Corvallis, Oregon, United States
2011 ICM&P Call for Papers

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to invite you to Oregon State University for the first-ever manufacturing research conference combining the flagship manufacturing conferences from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) and Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers (JSME).

Sixth Annual ASME International Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference (MSEC)
MSEC is the foremost annual forum sponsored by the Manufacturing Engineering Division (MED) of ASME to disseminate the most recent results in manufacturing research and development through both technical papers and panel sessions.

39th Annual SME North American Manufacturing Research Conference (NAMRC)
NAMRC is the premier international forum for applied research and industrial applications in manufacturing and design. Sponsored by the North American Manufacturing Research Institution of SME, global academic and industrial leaders in manufacturing attend this conference to interact with each other and advance the field.

2011 JSME/ASME International Conference on Materials and Processing (ICM&P)
ICM&P 2011 is an international conference co-sponsored by the Materials and Processing (M&P) Division of the JSME and ASME MED to promote international collaboration in advancing manufacturing science and technology. In 2011, ICM&P coincides with the 19th JSME Materials and Processing Conference (M&P 2011). The conference is recognized as the premier meeting on materials and processing technology in Japan.

In 2011, these three conferences will be collocated at Oregon State University situated between the scenic Cascade Mountains and the rugged Oregon coast. While Oregon is noted for its beauty, manufacturing technology has helped it transition from a resource-based economy to a high-technology economy over the past two decades. The Portland high technology corridor, known as the Silicon Forest, now has over 1,000 companies with more than 30 major microelectronic subsidiaries and corporate leaders like Boeing, Precision Cast Parts and Daimler Trucks to name a few.

Join over 400 researchers and manufacturers from around the world to learn about manufacturing materials, material processing and manufacturing systems including:

  • new alloys, composites and foams for aerospace, automotive and biomedical applications and material processing research for these materials including high speed machining, electrically-assisted forming and other non-traditional machining methods;
  • new micro and nanomanufacturing technologies for emerging clean energy, health care and nanotechnology markets such as ultra-precision milling and forming; chemical mechanical planarization; micro-scale molding, joining, assembly and material handling;
  • microreactor-assisted nanoparticle synthesis; nanostructured film deposition; and spark plasma sintering to name a few.
    lifecycle engineering which highlights opportunities for reducing energy and carbon requirements in manufacturing through nanomaterial applications in metalworking fluids, braze pastes and advanced cutting tool coatings among others.

Engage in poster sessions, panel discussions and workshops discussing the emergence of arrayed microchannel manufacturing and sustainable nanomanufacturing for clean energy and health care markets. The highly interactive format of the conference encourages the exploration of collaborative research and technology transfer and promotes professional networking.

All accepted papers will be published in strictly peer-reviewed volumes offering wide-reaching access and impact to your research.

Area wineries, tours and hikes will provide conference attendees a multitude of pre or post conference activities. Come mingle with your manufacturing colleagues and explore the beauty of the Pacific Northwest!

Brian K. Paul
Oregon State University

MSEC-NAMRC-ICMP2011 conferences
In 2011, three leading international manufacturing and materials processing conferences – the 6th ASME 2011 International Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference (MSEC) and 4th JSME/ASME 2011 International Conference on Materials and Processing (ICM&P) both co-sponsored by ASME and JSME, as well as the 39th NAMRC – An International Forum, sponsored by SME – will be collocated to better serve the needs of the manufacturing research community. This first-time collocated conference will be hosted by Oregon State University from June 13-17, 2011, in Corvallis, Oregon, USA.

Because of differences in the conference structures and copyright processing, prospective authors are requested to pay special attention to the respective paper submission guidelines for the three conferences:

  • ASME authors interested in MSEC/ICM&P should submit papers at: www.asmeconferences.org/MSEC2011.
  • NAMRC authors should submit papers at: www.conferencetoolbox.org/NAMRC39.
  • JSME authors interested in MSEC/ICM&P should submit papers at: www.asmeconferences.org/ICMP2011.

    Please note that submissions of the same paper to more than one conference are not permitted. All submitted papers will be rigorously peer-reviewed by the respective conferences.

    Accepted MSEC and ICM&P papers will be published jointly on a single-volume conference CD proceedings, while accepted NAMRC papers will be published separately on CD as the official Proceedings of NAMRI/SME. In addition, a select number of high-quality NAMRC papers will be fast-tracked for publication in special or regular issues of SME’s SCI-indexed Journal of Manufacturing Systems (JMS) or Journal of Manufacturing Processes (JMP)


    A selection of topics covered at the conferences include:
    MSEC/ICM&P Topics

    * Track 1: Materials
    1-1: Polymer and Polymer Matrix Composites
    1-2: Metal and Metal Matrix Composites
    1-3: Ceramics and Ceramic Matrix Composites
    1-4: Adhesion and Interface
    1-5: Functional/Multi-functional Materials
    1-6: Smart Materials and Structures
    1-7: Recycling of Composites

    * Track 2: Processing
    2-1: Advances in Plastic Forming of Metals and Other Materials
    2-2: Advanced Casting and Semisolid Forming Techniques
    2-3: Advanced Powder Processing Technique
    2-4: Advanced Welding and Bonding Technology
    2-5: Thermal and Cold Spray Coatings
    2-6: Green Energy Manufacturing
    2-7: Advances in Nontraditional/Hybrid Manufacturing
    2-8: Manufacturing with Soft Materials
    2-9: Advances in Biomanufacturing
    2-10: Advances in Modeling, Analysis, and Simulation of Manufacturing Processes

    * Track 3: Properties, Applications and Systems
    3-1: Mechanical Characterization and Measurement Techniques
    3-2: Contact Surface Mechanics, Fracture and Reliability
    3-3: Surface Modification Technology, Wear and Tribology
    3-4: Dynamic Behavior of Materials and Structures
    3-5: Monitoring, Sensing, and Control for Intelligent Machining and Inspection
    3-6: Manufacturing Research Toward Sustainable Transportation
    3-7: Advances in Quality and Process Control in Manufacturing Systems
    3-8: CAD Based Information Integration in Product and Production Development
    3-9: Advances in Pervasive Sensing and Computing for Manufacturing Systems
    3-10: Nondestructive Testing
    3-11: Manufacturing System Operations

    * Track 4: Micro and Nano Technologies
    4-1: MEMS, NEMS and Biologic Application
    4-2: Nanomaterials, Nanofabrication and Their Applications
    4-3: Sustainable Nanomanufacturing
    4-4: Advances in Traditional Nano/Micro/Meso Manufacturing Processes
    4-5: Micro-Nano Assembly Systems and Applications
    4-6: Laser Based Meso/Micro/Nano Manufacturing
    4-7: Ultra-Precision and Micro/Nano Forming of Materials

    NAMRC Topics
  • Biomedical manufacturing
  • Sustainable or “green” manufacturing
  • Nano and micromanufacturing
  • Manufacturing of renewable energy devices
  • Wireless sensors and sensor networks for manufacturing
  • Hybrid manufacturing processes
  • Laser-based processes
  • Quality and reliability
  • Modeling and simulation of complex manufacturing systems
  • Product life cycle management
  • Human factors and man-machine interactions in manufacturing
  • Computer-aided manufacturing and robotics
  • Dimensional and surface metrology
  • Part surface integrity
  • Dynamics and control of high-precision machine tools and structures
  • Mechanics and technology of conventional and nontraditional material removal processes, material forming, powder consolidation, casting, joining and polymer and composites processing
  • Further details are available from the conference site
    Website: http://msec-namrc-icmp.org/announcements/icmp-information/


  • III International
    Scientific Conference

    Conference Date:
    20th - 22th June 2011
    Important dates :
    2 April 2011 - Registration and submission of summarizes
    15 May 2011 - Notification of paper reception
    15 May 2011 - Full paper submission
    31 May 2011 - Payment of the conference fee
    Silesian University of Technology
    Faculty of Transport
    Katowice – Tarnowskie Góry, 20 – 22 June 2011
    Announcement No. 1: DOC 1 183 744 B, PDF 232 258 B
    Registration Form: DOC 29 184 B.

    All papers will be published in the conference materials; the selected ones after positive revision will be published in the International Scientific Journal „Transport Problems” (ISSN 1896 – 0596) or in another journal which patronizes the conference. Information for authors is located on the website: http://www.transportproblems.polsl.pl/en/Info/

      Conference topics :
      Conference topics include the following areas:
    • road transport, rail transport, air transport, sea transport and inland,
    • municipal and bicycle transport,
    • industrial transport,
    • load preparation, organization and co-ordinationcargo handling,
    • co-ordination methods and transport logistics center, integrated transport systems,
    • intermodal, multimodal and compound transport,
    • computer systems aided design of transport facilities,
    • means of transport production,
    • technical diagnostic means of transport,
    • active and passive vehicles safety,
    • transport systems safety,
    • traffic forecasting and region requirements, statistical research,
    • influence of the law regulations on the road traffic safety,
    • transport management in urban area,
    • modelling and simulation transport systems, road traffic controllers,
    • automation in transport,
    • ecological problems in transport,
    • education and instruction in transport.

    Further details are available from the conference site
    web: III International
    Scientific Conference


    International Scientific and Technical Conference
    Polymer Composites and Tribology

    27th - 30th June 2011
    Gomel, Belarus
    before April 01, 2011 - Submission of abstracts
    before May 01, 2011 - Payment
    June 01, 2011 - Circulation of Conference program

    National Academy of Sciences of Belarus
    State Committee on Science and Technology of the Republic of Belarus
    Belarus Republican Foundation for Fundamental Research
    Presidium of Gomel Branch of NASB
    Scientific and Technical Council at Gomel Regional Executive Committee
    State Scientific Institution “V.A. Belyi Metal-Polymer Research Institute”
    Concern “Belneftekhim”


    The National Academy of Sciences of Belarus and its Gomel Branch, State Committee on Science and Technology of the Republic of Belarus, Belarus Republican Foundation for Fundamental Research, Scientific and Technical Council at Gomel Regional Executive Committee and V.A. Belyi Metal-Polymer Research Institute of NASB (MPRI NASB) notify on.
    The International Scientific and Technical Conference “Polymer Composites and Tribology” (POLYCOMTRIB-2011) to be held in Gomel, Belarus on June 27-30, 2011.
    The conference will discuss fundamental and applied aspects of materials science of polymer composites, coatings and films, modern tribology, latest achievements in this field and promote creative communication between scientists and engineers.

    The official languages are Russian and English.
    Abstracts will be printed out by the conference opening in the language of presentation. Full manuscripts will be published on the request of Organizing Committee in journals «Materials, Technologies, Tools» and «Friction and Wear».

    Plenary meeting - up to 25 min
    Oral papers - up to 15 min
    Posters - not exceeding 1.0х1.2 m

    • physical-chemical basis of developing polymer composites and interfacial interaction of components;
    • structure and properties of composites, methods of control, analysis and durability forecast;
    • production techniques of composites, design and application efficiency of composite components, recycling;
    • nanostructural systems, nanomaterials and nanotechnologies;
    • fluorocarbon polymers: production, investigation, application;
    • physico-chemistry, technology and properties of coatings and films;
    • physics, chemistry and mechanics of the surface;
    • triboanalysis (advances in the theory of friction, wear and lubrication of solids);
    • tribological materials science (study and monitoring of material properties in movable joints; advanced lubricants and additives;
    • triboengineering (engineering facilities, friction joints, methods of analysis and design;
    • tribomonitoring (means and methods of diagnostics, monitoring and testing of tribosystems.


    Myshkin N.K. – Chairman
    Pesetskii S.S. – Co-chairman
    Konchits V.V. Co-chairman
    Kudina E.F. – secretary

    Agabekov V.E.
    Beletzky A.V.
    Bildyukevich A.V.
    Ermakov S.F.
    Fedosyuk V.M.
    Gordienko A.I.
    Grakovich P.N.
    Ilyuschenko A.F.
    Klubovich N.V.
    Kravtsov A.G.
    Kudyan S.G.
    Marukovich E.I.
    Pinchuk L.S.
    Prokoshin V.I.
    Savitskii V.N.
    Selkin V.P.
    Sergienko V.P.
    Sivyi B.P.
    Smurugov V.A.
    Voitov I.V.


    Pleskachevsky Y.M. – Chairman (Belarus)
    Goldade V.V. – Co-chairman (Belarus)
    Buznik V.M. (Russia)
    Burmistr M.V. (Ukraine)
    Chizhik S.A. (Belarus)
    Dmitrichenko N.F.(Ukraine)
    Drozdov Y.N. (Russia)
    Egorov A.I. (Belarus)
    Friedrich K. (Germany)
    Goryacheva I.G. (Russia)
    Guliev A.M..(Azerbaijan)
    Gushcha V.M. (Belarus)
    Ivanchev S.S. (Russia)
    Ivkovich B. (Serbia)
    Jurkowski B. (Poland)
    Kolesnikov V.I. (Russia)
    Krasnov A.P. (Russia)
    Krul L.P. (Belarus)
    Kudryavtsev Y.V. (Russia)
    Lebedev E.V. (Ukraine)
    Luo Jianbin (China)
    Luzhnov Y.M. (Russia)
    Nadeiko A.V. (Belarus)
    Parenago O.P. (Russia)
    Pogosyan A.K. (Armenia)
    Podgurskas I. (Lithuania)
    Prokopchuk N.R (Belarus)
    Plaza S. (Poland)
    Pytko S. (Poland)
    Rakhmanov S.K. (Belarus)
    Rogachev A.V. (Belarus)
    Rybakov A.A. (Belarus)
    Rymuza Z. (Poland)
    Shapovalov V.M. (Belarus)
    Shilko S.V. (Belarus)
    Sviridenok A.I. (Belarus)
    Tamuzh G. (Latvia)
    Ushkevich G.V. (Belarus)
    Uss I.N. (Belarus)
    Vityaz P.A. (Belarus)
    Vovk V.I. (Belarus)
    Vysotskii M.S. (Belarus)
    Yurkevich O.R. (Belarus)
    Wang Xiaofeng (China)
    Zhuk V.V. (Belarus)

    V.A. Belyi Metal-Polymer Research Institute of NASB
    32A Kirov Street, 246050 Gomel, Belarus
    Phone: +375 (232) 77 46 26 – Kudina Elena F. – Tavroginskaya Marina G.
    Fax: +375 (232) 77 52 11
    E-mail: mpri-conf@mail.ru
    Website: http://mpri.org.by

    Further details are available from the conference site
    Website: http://mpri.org.by/


    August 2011

    2011 International Conference on Applied Mechanics and Manufacturing Technology (AMMT 2011)

    When: Aug 18, 2011 - Aug 20, 2011
    Where: Jeju Korea
    Submission Deadline: Mar 15, 2011
    Notification Due: Apr 15, 2011
    Final Version Due: May 15, 2011
    Categories: applied mechanics mechanical engineering manufacturing technology
    Conference website: http://www.iamsie.org/ammt

    Call for papers
    2011 International Conference on Applied Mechanics and Manufacturing Technology (AMMT’11) will be held in Jeju Island, Korea, from August 18-20. The conference is focus on applied mechanics and its application on manufacturing technology which provides a forum for researchers and practitioners to exchange research results and share development experiences on these fields, the conference is organized by International Association of Management Science & Industrial Engineering (IAMSIE).

    All the submitted papers in these proceedings have been peer reviewed by at least two reviewers drawn from the chairs of committees depending on the subject matter of the paper. Reviewing and initial selection were undertaken electronically. A joint committee meeting was held to resolve the final paper selection and a draft programme for the conference.

    The conference proceedings will be published by Applied Mechanics and Materials, ISSN: 1660-9336, www.ttp.net/AMM, which will be Indexed by Elsevier: SCOPUS www.scopus.com and Ei Compendex (CPX) www.ei.org/. Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA) www.csa.com, Chemical Abstracts (CA) www.cas.org, Google and Google Scholar google.com, ISI (ISTP) www.isinet.com, Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE) www.iee.org, etc.

    Conference information was appeared in TTP: http://www.scientific.net/conference-503

    Please download ammt2011.rar to prepare your final version papers.

    We solicit research papers and case studies on any theme related to design thinking, theory, and practice, the conference topics include, but are not limited to:

      Applied Mechanics
      Strained Silicon-on-Insulator Substrates
      Stress Relaxation/Annealing Methods
      Nonlinear dynamics
      Continuum mechanics
      Mechanics of materials
      Mechanical vibrations
      Materials science
      Computational solid mechanics
      Fluid mechanics
      Fluid Statics (Hydrostatics)
      Fluid dynamics
      Continuum mechanics
      Mass transfer
      Computational fluid dynamics
      Ocean wave mechanics
      Sensors: Temperature, Pressure, Humidity Flow, Motion, etc.
      Beneficial Stress Induction Methods
      Creation and Growth of Residual Stresses
      Current Issues in Industry
      Destructive (Relaxation) Measurements
      Engineered Residual Stresses
      Fatigue and Fracture
      Industrial Quality Control Applications
      Mathematical Modeling and Validation
      Non-destructive Measurements
      Novel Sensors and Measurement Techniques
      Physical Responses to Residual Stresses
      Residual Stresses in Composite Materials

      Mechanical Engineering & Manufacturing Technology
      Design and manufacturing
      Theory of machines
      Machine design
      Production engineering
      Mechanical design
      Production management
      Quality control
      Computer aided design
      Computer aided Manufacturing
      Dynamics of machines
      Kinematics of machines
      Tribology (friction and wear)
      Agile Manufacturing Information System
      Advanced Manufacturing Information
      Manufacturing Information Management System
      Manufacturing Information and Data Systems
      Information system for lifecycle management
      Computer-aided Manufacturing
      Integrated Computer-Aided Manufacturing
      Flexible Manufacturing System
      Manufacturing Process Management
      Rapid prototyping and Rapid manufacturing

      Information Technology in Manufacturing
      Intelligent Control in Industry

    Further details are available from the conference site
    web: 2011 International Conference on Applied Mechanics and Manufacturing Technology (AMMT 2011)

    September 2011

    ICoBT 2011
    International Conference on BioTribology
    18-21 September 2011, Imperial College London

    18-21 September 2011
    Imperial College London
    First Announcement and Call for Papers Abstract submission deadline 15 April 2011
    Web: http://www.biotribologyconference.com/

    Biotribology embraces a wide range of research topics from artificial joints and implants to hair conditioners and soft-tissue friction. Although this is one of the most exciting research areas in Tribology there is at present no dedicated Biotribology Conference. Very many research meetings include a few Biotribology sessions tucked away in the schedule; these range from Biophysics and Engineering to Cosmetics and Chemistry. ICoBT will bring researchers with diverse interests together in one meeting focussed solely on Biotribology. We hope the conference theme will attract scientists from outside the traditional tribology engineering domain.

      Contributions are from scientists, engineers and clinicians working in the fields of:
    • orthopaedic surgery
    • dentistry
    • biomechanics
    • biomaterials
    • cosmetic chemistry
    • biophysics
    • biomimetics

    The topic of research includes a biological surface as part of the interface (eg articular cartilage, skin), has a direct impact on biological function (eg prosthetic joints, dental implants), or involves the implementation of natural lubrication in man-made systems (biomimetics). This is a unique opportunity for the biotribology community to meet and discuss the latest research and effectively network.

    Click here to download the BioTribology Sales Pack as a pdf

    The official language of the conference will be English.

    Further details are available from the conference site
    web: ICoBT 2011
    International Conference on BioTribology
    18-21 September 2011, Imperial College London


    18th International Conference on Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry
    September 18-23, 2011
    Riva del Garda | Trentino | Italy

    Riva del Garda Fierecongressi SpA
    Parco Lido
    38066 - Riva del Garda, Trentino, Italy
    Web: http://www.rivadelgardacongressi.it/
    Important dates
    1st Apr to 15th Apr 2011 – Abstract submission
    1st May to 30th Jun 2011 – Early registration
    10th Jun to 10th Jun 2011 – Final programme
    1st Jul to 29th Aug 2011 – Late registration
    18st Sep to 23rd Sep 2011 – Conference
    18st Sep to 23rd Sep 2011 – On site registration

    We are pleased to announce the 18th International Conference on Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry – SIMS XVIII, to be held in the beautiful location of Riva del Garda (Trento, Italy) from 18th to 23rd September 2011. The conference will be hosted by the Riva del Garda Fierecongressi conference centre, nicely located at the Garda Lake’s shores.

    The conference will provide a forum for colleagues from both academia and industries throughout the World to exchange results and new ideas on Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry and related techniques. The conference will cover advancements of scientific knowledge from fundamentals to applications. Discussion on present possibilities and future developments of the technique, in view of the future requirements coming from technology and basic research, will be particularly solicited also with dedicated discussion sessions.

    Contributions are invited, but not limited to, the following topics:
    Data processing/analysis/interpretation
    Depth profiling/inorganics
    Depth profiling/organics
    Ultra High Spatial Resolution SIMS
    Life Science, Biological analysis and Biotechnology
    Medical applications
    Polymers and molecular surfaces/films
    Geology, Geo- and Cosmochemistry
    3D Imaging
    Instrumental developments
    Cluster Ions
    Complementary techniques and multi-technique approaches (LEIS, MEIS, GD-MS, APT, ...)
    Industrial applications
    Energy Applications
    Atmospheric pressure particle bombardment (DESI, DICE, …)

    SIMS XVIII is jointly organized by the SIMS Italian Workgroup, formed by 13 academic, research and industrial Italian institutions, and by the Fondazione Bruno Kessler (Trento, Italy).

    We hope you will join us by actively participating to the Conference, and look forward to meet you in Italy.

    Conference Co-Chairs
    Mariano Anderle
    Antonino Licciardello
    Enrico Napolitani
    SIMS Conference Announcement

    Further details are available from the conference site
    web: SIMSXVIII
    18th International Conference on Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry
    September 18-23, 2011
    Riva del Garda | Trentino | Italy


    ASME/STLE 2011 International Coference
    Joint Tribology Conference
    October 24-26, 2011 * Los Angeles California

    24 - 26 October 2011 Los Angeles California
    March 15th 2011 – Submission of short abstract and optional 2-3 page paper. If submitting a 2-3 page paper, do NOT mark it "Draft"
    May 11th 2011 – Abstract or paper review complete and /or Acceptance Notification. Copyright process opens.
    June 15th 2011 – Submission of revised 2-3 page paper, if requested
    June 17th 2011 – Submission of Copyright Form for the 2-3 page paper. If copyright is not received by the deadline, the paper will be converted to "Presentation Only"
    May 15th 2011 – Conference Registration opens. Author registration may be required for paper to be included in the program book and the proceeding CD.
    July 1st 2011 – Conference Program available on Conference Website

    Dear colleagues:

    The Tribology Division of American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers (STLE) invite you to participate in the International Joint Tribology Conference to be held October 23-26, 2011 at the Marriott Los Angeles Downtown Hotel in Los Angeles, California.

    For over 50 years, this meeting has brought together researchers from around the world, providing a forum for the exchange of new ideas and new technology and meetings between participants from academia, research laboratories, industry, and government agencies. The 2011 IJTC will continue this important function in a very popular location. The schedule includes technical sessions, special symposia and a Student Poster Competition. This year, the conference will be proud to host the Symposium on Biomimetrics and Green Tribology, the Symposium on Science and Technology for Condition-Based Monitoring, and the second year meeting of the Symposium on Particle Tribology.

    We are pleased to report that the 2-3 page paper for the proceedings CD is again optional. If you choose to submit a manuscript to accompany your technical talks and if the draft paper is acceptable, submitting additional drafts or a final paper will not be necessary. Please do not mark your initial paper "Draft." In addition, the copyright process is now electronic, making it much easier to receive copyright releases from authors. For your convenience, a template for the organization of the paper is available below. The submission and review processes will be managed through the IJTC conference website and the author center.

      Deadlines for IJTC 2011 are as follows:
      * March 15, 2011 - Submission of short abstract and optional 2-3 page paper. If submitting a 2-3 page paper, do NOT mark it "Draft"
      * May 11, 2011 - Abstract or paper review complete and /or Acceptance Notification. Copyright process opens.
    • June 15, 2011- Submission of revised 2-3 page paper, if requested
    • June 17, 2011 - Submission of Copyright Form for the 2-3 page paper. If copyright is not received by the deadline, the paper will be converted to "Presentation Only"
    • June 15, 2011 - Conference Registration opens. Author registration may be required for paper to be included in the program book and the proceeding CD.
    • July 1, 2011 - Conference Program available on Conference Website
      The tracks for the 2011 conference are as follows:
    • Track 1 Nanotribology
    • Track 2 Biotribology
    • Track 3 Engineered Surfaces
    • Track 4 Boundary Lubrication
    • Track 5 Fluid Film Lubrication
    • Track 6 Machine Components Tribology
    • Track 7 Contact Mechanics
    • Track 8 Magnetic Storage Tribology
    • Track 9 Wind Turbine Tribology
    • Track 10 Symposium on Biomimetrics and Green Tribology
    • Track 11 Symposium on Science and Technology for Condition-Based Monitoring
    • Track 12 Symposium on Particle Tribology
    • Track 13 Student Posters

    Los Angeles is a wonderful city with easy access from all over the world. It offers a lot of attractions to occupy your time in addition to your enjoyment of the conference and education programs and networking offerings of the IJTC.

    We sincerely hope that you can join us in Los Angeles for the exciting 2011 International Joint Tribology Conference.

    Q. Jane Wang
    Professor, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
    Chair, ASME/STLE Conference Planning Committee

    Author Center
    There is no requirement to submit a manuscript to one of the three journals (ASME Journal of Tribology, Tribology Transactions, or Tribology Letters) for inclusion in the Conference. Submission of a manuscript to one of the journals is encouraged, however, all decisions regarding acceptance for presentation at the Conference, and for inclusion in the Conference Proceedings, will be based on the short abstract or the 2-3 Page Paper that you submit through the Conference web site. Please visit the Author Center above to begin the process of paper submission.

    Template for 2-3 Page Papers
    A template for the 2-3 Page Papers in MS Word format is located above.

    Copyright Form
    Please note that the copyright forms are now electronic. All authors will receive an email from the conference website with a linkt o sign the form electronically. Copyrights are required for your 2-3 page paper to be included on the Proceedings CD. If you do not provide a copyright release by the deadline, you may still present your work, if accepted, but it will not be included on the Proceedings CD.

    Further details are available from the conference site
    web: ASME/STLE 2011 International Coference
    Joint Tribology Conference
    October 24-26, 2011 * Los Angeles California


    EURO Friction, Wear and Wear Protection

    Date: 10/26/2011 - 10/28/2011
    Event venue:
    Karlsruher Messe- und Kongress GmbH
    Festplatz 9
    76137 Karlsruhe
    Deadline for the submission of papers is 21 February 2011.
    Target group: Scientists and scholars, Students
    Email address: friction_wear2011@dgm.de
    Relevance: international
    Fields: Material sciences, Mechanical engineering
    Categories: Conference / Symposium / Convention
    Entry: 11/23/2010
    Language of the text: English

    Scope of the Conference
    Conservation of energy and resources is one of the biggest challenges for society and industry. Modern tribology is one of the main cornerstones of reducing carbon emissions. However, friction and wear protection lacks of a systematic approach based on elemental mechanisms from materials science, physics and chemistry; materials and technologies needed in the near future may not be a simple extension of one which is in our hand now.
    Following the successful 2008 symposium in Aachen the 2011 conference belongs to a series of conferences held once every three years under the auspices of the technical committee "Materials aspects of tribology and machining" of the German Materials Society, DGM. The scope of the symposium covers all classes of materials, machining, production and lubrication technologies and targets at practitioners from industry as well as engineers and scientists.
    The conference will take place in Karlsruhe, close to such beautiful landscapes as the Black Forest and the French Alsace. Karlsruhe is easily accessible via Frankfurt International Airport, one of Europe‘s major international airports, which is just one hour away by direct train.
    I am looking forward to seeing you!
    The Conference Chair
    Matthias Scherge
    Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials, Karlsruhe

      Conference Topics:
    1. Wear Resistant Non-Ferrous Materials
    2. Wear Resistant Fe-Based Materials
    3. Tribology
    4. Thin Coatings
    5. Modelling
    6. Computer Simulation
    7. Ceramics
    8. Polymeres and PMCs
    9. Extreme Environments
    10. Lab. Tests Endurance
    11. Biomaterials
    Conference Secretariat:
    Deutsche Gesellschaft für Materialkunde e.V.
    Vera Hausen
    Senckenberganlage 10
    60325 Frankfurt
    Tel: +49 (0)69-75306 758
    Fax: +49 (0)69-75306 733
    E-mail: friction_wear2011@dgm.de

    For detailed information visit the conference webpage: http://www.dgm.de/friction_wear2011 ;
    more information: http://www.dgm.de/friction_wear2011


    ITC Hiroshima 2011
    International Tribology Conference
    Hiroshima 2011

    October 30 - November 3, 2011
    International Conference Center Hiroshima in Hiroshima, Japan
    * Deadline for abstract submission: February 28, 2011
    * Notification of abstract acceptance: April 30, 2011
    * Deadline for extended abstract submission: June 30, 2011
    * Deadline for advanced registration: June 30, 2011
    * October 30 (Sun) Registration
    * October 30 (Sun) EveningWelcoming Drink
    * October 31 (Mon) to November 3 (Thur)Technical Sessions and Symposia
    * November 2 (Wed) EveningBanquet

    The Japanese Society of Tribologists is pleased to invite you to participate in the International Tribology Conference, Hiroshima 2011 (ITC Hiroshima 2011), which will be held from October 30 to November 3, 2011, in Hiroshima, Japan. This conference is intended to be the succession of the International Tribology Conference, Kobe 2005.
    Advances in technology have improved the quality of human life, but at the same time they have brought the related problems of the energy crisis, global warming and environmental damage. As a key technology to solve these problems, tribology should play an important role in achieving a balance between technological progress and the interests of the global environment.
    The scope of this conference includes all aspects of tribology as the key technology, which makes a great contribution to the conservation of energy and resources by improving efficiency and increasing durability of machinery and equipment, which are necessary for the harmonized coexistence of human being with nature. Another important purpose of the conference is to promote the international exchange of useful information and create friendship among the specialists working in this field of tribology from all over the world. The organizing committee appreciates any of your contributions to this conference.

    International Conference Center Hiroshima (ICCH)
    1-5, Nakajima-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima Japan
    TEL +81-82-242-7777 FAX +81-82-242-8010
    Further details are available from the conference site
    web: http://www.pcf.city.hiroshima.jp/icch/english.html
    The International Conference Center Hiroshima (ICCH) is located within Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, right next to the Peace Memorial Museum.


    Hydrodynamic Bearing Damage and Remediation of Contributing Factors in Rotating Machinery

    15 - 18 November 2011
    20th May 2011 – Deadline for Receipts of Abstracts
    21st June 2011 – Deadline for Notification of Acceptance
    15th September 2011 – Deadline for Early Bird Registration
    07th October 2011 – Deadline for Registration*
    *Papers will be removed from conference if registration fee is NOT received by October 7, 2011 latest


    MAMD '2011 is the sixth international gathering of scientists and engineers interested in the fields of mechanics, engineering design, advanced materials, energy harvesting, reliability, quality and safety engineering, and is planned for November 15-18, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt.

    The first conference was held in Toronto in 1994, the second in USA '1998, the third in Nottingham '2000, the fourth in Nagoya '2002, the fifth in Porto '2006. These meetings resulted from the belief that of those disciplines associated with advanced product design and manufacture, engineering mechanics, materials engineering and reliability and safety engineering have made the most significant advances in recent years. Important and dramatic improvements in systems and component design can be made by the use of the latest advances in these disciplines, and the associated failure mechanisms. Their effect on the environment is significant and will help in avoiding global warming and harmful emissions.

    American University in Cairo, Egypt

    Prof. Shaker A. Meguid
    Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
    University of Toronto
    Toronto, Canada

    Prof. Maher Younan
    Department of Mechanical Engineering
    American University in Cairo
    Cairo, Egypt

    CONFERENCE SECRETARY Prof. Joaquim Silva Gomes
    Department of Mechanical Engineering
    University of Porto
    Porto, Portugal

    University of Toronto (Canada)
    American University in Cairo (Egypt)

    The objective of this meeting to provide a forum for the discussion and dissemination of recent advances in the use of mechanics, thermo-fluids sciences and materials in design. The goal is to enable mechanical, aeronautical, civil, automotive, and biomedical researchers and scientists to exchange ideas on the following topics:

    Analytical and Numerical Tools in Design
  • Multiscale modeling
  • Computational Nanomechanics
  • FEM, BEM and hybrid methods
  • Analysis of Structural Components/Members
  • Optimum Design Techniques
  • Dynamics and Vibration of integrated systems
  • Computational Methods in Failure Diagnostics
  • Aeroelastic Analysis and Flutter
  • Design Strategies
  • Design with Advanced Composite
  • Riveted, Welded, Threaded and Adhesive Joints
  • Design against Explosive and Seismic Effects
  • Design for Improved Crashworthiness
  • Biomedical Systems Design
  • Design of Wind Turbines
  • Reliability, Quality and Safety Engineering
  • Accelerated Life Testing and Reliability Prediction
  • Condition-Based Maintenance and System Availability
  • Design Alternatives and Warranty Modeling
  • Testing and Diagnostics
  • Condition Monitoring
  • Destructive and Nondestructive Testing
  • Prototyping and Full-Scale Testing
  • Failure Diagnostics
  • Residual Stress Measurements
  • Failure Analysis and Prevention
  • Fatigue, Corrosion-Fatigue
  • Stress Corrosion Cracking
  • Fatigue Creep Interaction
  • Environmentally Assisted Failures
  • Brittle Fracture
  • Reliability Engineering
  • Surface and Interface Mechanics
  • Tribological Effects on Design
  • Functionally Graded Materials
  • Adaptive Structures and Smart Materials
  • Coatings, Plating and Metal Finishing
  • Surface Integrity and Interface Mechanics
  • Surface Treatments and Shot-Peening
  • Nanoengineering
  • NEMS and MEMS Technologies
  • Nanocomposites and nanofillers
  • Nanodevices in Engineering Systems
  • Nanosensors, Diagnostics and Control
  • Molecular Devices
  • Further details are available from the conference site
    web: Hydrodynamic Bearing Damage and Remediation of Contributing Factors in Rotating Machinery


    International Conference “BALTTRIB’2011”

    Date: 17-19 November 2011
    Event venue:
    Lithuanian University of Agriculture, Akademija
    31 May 2011 – Returning of the registration form and abstracts.
    01 September 2011 – Submission of papers.
    15 September 2011 – Notification of acceptance
    30 September 2011 – Registration fee payment.
    31 October 2011 – Presentation of conference programme
    19-21 November 2011 – Conference
    • Friction and wear of friction pairs in agricultural, transport and industrial machinery;
    • Lubrication and lubricants;
    • Micro- and nano-scale tribology;
    • Tribochemistry;
    • Bio-tribology;
    • Environmental issues in tribology;
    • Surface science and coating engineering;
    • Tribological materials;
    • Tribology in metal processing;
    • Simulation of tribological processes;
    • Experimental methods in tribology.

    Participants’ registration forms, abstracts, and scientific papers please send to:
    International Conference “BALTTRIB’2011”
    Department of Mechanical Engineering
    Lithuanian University of Agriculture (LZUU)
    Studentu 15, Akademija
    LT-53362 Kauno r., Lithuania

    Phone: +370 37 752263, 752398
    Fax: +370 37 752271
    E-mail: balttrib@lzuu.lt

    Further details are available from the conference site
    Information in the Internet: http://www.balttrib.info/index.htm


    2011 International Conference on Mechatronics and Materials Processing (ICMMP2011)
    18-20, 11, 2011, in Guangzhou, China

    Conference Location & Date
    Guangzhou, China
    18th - 20th November 2011
    Important Dates
    10th May 2011 – Full paper submission
    10th June 2011 – Notification of paper acceptance
    1th July 2011 – Final submission of revised papers

    2011 International Conference on Mechatronics and Materials Processing (ICMMP2011) will be held during November 18-20, 2011, in Guangzhou, China. ICMMP2011 aims to provide a high-level international forum for researchers, engineers and scientists to present the new advances and research results in the fields of Mechatronics and Materials Processing. The conference will feature plenary speeches given by renowned scholars and regular sessions with broad coverage.

    The topics of ICMMP2011 cover Material Science and Technology, Manufacturing Technology and Processing, Mechatronics and Automation. All papers, both invited and contributed, will be refereed by two or three experts. After a careful refereeing process, all accepted papers will be published in international journal "Advanced Materials Research" [ISSN:1022-6680, Trans Tech Publications] and will be indexed in the major academic databases, including EI Compendex, Thomson ISI (ISTP), and other indexing services (See TTP's Conference List). The full text is online available via platform www.scientific.net. Trans Tech Publications will provide online camera-ready paper submission system. About 100 selected excellent papers will be published in SCI-indexed journals Materials and Manufacturing Processes (Taylor & Francis) , Surface Engineering (Maney Publishing), Advanced Science Letters (American Scientific Publishers).

    1. Material Science and Technology
      1. Nanomaterials
      2. Composites and polymer materials
      3. Biomaterials
      4. Semi-conductor and micro-electronic materials
      5. Smart/Intelligent Materials/Intelligent Systems
      6. Thin Films
      7. New Functional Materials
      8. Metal alloy materials
      9. Iron and Steel
      10. Building Materials
      11. Materials forming
      12. Coatings and surface engineering
      13. Materials Characterization
      14. Mechanical Behavior & Fracture
      15. Testing and Evaluation of Materials
    2. Manufacturing Technologyand Processing
      1. Modeling, analysis and simulation of manufacturing processes
      2. High-speed/precision machining
      3. CAD/CAM/ CAE
      4. Virtual manufacturing and concurrent engineering
      5. Green design and manufacturing
      6. Digital and agile manufacturing
      7. PDM, ERP, logistics and supply chain
      8. Bionic mechanisms and bio-manufacturing
      9. Tribology in Manufacturing Processes
      10. Integrated Manufacturing System
      11. Laser Processing Technology
      12. Materials Machining
      13. Micro- and nano-fabrication, materials processing and technology
      14. Thermal Engineering Theory and Applications
      15. Testing, measuring, monitoring and controlling of manufacturing processes
      16. Engineering Optimization
      17. Product Design and Development
      18. Project/Engineering Management
    3. Mechatronics and Automation
      1. Mechatronics
      2. Industrial Robotics and Automation
      3. Intelligent control, neuro-control, fuzzy control
      4. Industrial Automation and Process Control
      5. Distributed Control System
      6. Embedded System
      7. Control system modeling and simulation techniques
      8. Enterprise Informationization and information processing technology
      9. Virtual Instrumentation
      10. Sensors, multi-sensor data fusion algorithms
      11. Advanced measurement and Machine Vision system
      12. Transmission and control of Fluid
      13. Dynamics, Vibration and Control
    4. Engineering Education and Training
      1. Engineering education and training
    5. Other related topics
      1. Other related topics

    Further details are available from the conference site
    web: 2011 International Conference on Mechatronics and Materials Processing (ICMMP2011)
    18-20, 11, 2011, in Guangzhou, China

    December 2011

    28 listopada – 1 grudnia 2011 r.

    Important Dates:
    28 lutego 2011 r. – termin przysłania wypełnionej karty zgłoszenia uczestnictwa,
    31 marca 2011 r. – termin przysłania streszczenia referatu (maksimum 1 strona A-4),
    31 kwietnia 2011 r. – termin potwierdzenia przyjęcia propozycji referatu,
    30 czerwca 2011 r. – termin przysłania pełnego tekstu referatu (max. 6 stron A-4),
    15 lipca 2011 r. – termin potwierdzenia zakwalifikowania referatu przez Komitet Naukowy.
    Kongres: 28 listopada – 1 grudnia 2011 r.
    Date:28 listopada – 1 grudnia 2011 r.
    Komunikat nr 1: XIKongres_Eksploatacji_2011_Kom_1.pdf 2 512 372 B

    Szanowni Państwo,
    W załączeniu przedkładamy pierwszy komunikat dotyczący kolejnego, XI Kongresu Budowy i Eksploatacji Urządzeń Technicznych. Będzie on zorganizowany, podobnie jak kilka poprzednich, przez Instytut Technologii Eksploatacji - Państwowy Instytut Badawczy w Radomiu, w roku jubileuszu 25. lecia istnienia.
    Serdecznie zapraszamy do udziału w tym ważnym, dla naszego interdyscyplinarnego środowiska naukowego, wydarzeniu, o bardzo potrzebnym i tradycyjnie silnym oddziaływaniu integracyjnym.

    Prof. dr hab. inż. Adam MAZURKIEWICZ
    Przewodniczący Kongresu

    Prof. dr hab. inż. Marian SZCZEREK
    Przewodniczący Komitetu Organizacyjnego

    Dyskusja wyników badań naukowych, prac rozwojowych i  efektów aplikacyjnych w obszarze technicznego wspomagania zrównoważonego rozwoju gospodarki.

      Naukowe, techniczne i systemowe rozwiązania na rzecz rozwoju innowacyjności w budowie i eksploatacji urządzeń technicznych prezentowane w grupach tematycznych:
    1. mechatronika, diagnostyka i systemy sterowania,
    2. inżynieria materiałowa, nanotechnologia,
    3. tribologia,
    4. systemy ekologiczne i bezpieczeństwa technicznego,
    5. systemy transferu technologii, komercjalizacji wiedzy i edukacji wspomagającej innowacyjną gospodarkę.

    Wszystkie referaty zakwalifikowane przez Komitet Naukowy do prezentacji zostaną opublikowane w czasopismach z wykazu MNiSW.

    Marian Szczerek (przewodniczący), Marcin Olifirowicz, Urszula Czyż, Dorota Koprowska, Eliza Sułkiewicz, Tomasz Sułkowski, Ewa Szczepanik.

    Aktualne informacje o Kongresie oraz wymogi dotyczące przygotowań referatów i komunikatów dostępne będą na stronie internetowej www.XIkongres.itee.radom.pl

    • 28 lutego 2011 r. – termin przysłania wypełnionej karty zgłoszenia uczestnictwa,
    • 31 marca 2011 r. – termin przysłania streszczenia referatu (maksimum 1 strona A-4),
    • 31 kwietnia 2011 r. – termin potwierdzenia przyjęcia propozycji referatu,
    • 30 czerwca 2011 r. – termin przysłania pełnego tekstu referatu (max. 6 stron A-4),
    • 15 lipca 2011 r. – termin potwierdzenia zakwalifikowania referatu przez Komitet Naukowy.
    • Opłata wynosi 1000 zł od osoby. Obejmuje ona koszty organizacyjne, wyżywienia, imprez towarzyszących, materiałów konferencyjnych (z opłatą związana jest jedna prezentacja). Dla studentów, słuchaczy studiów doktoranckich oraz emerytowanych pracowników naukowych opłata wynosi 600 zł.
    • Koszty zakwaterowania pokrywają uczestnicy Kongresu we własnym zakresie. Wykaz dostępnych hoteli przekazany zostanie wraz z informacją o zakwalifikowaniu referatu.
    Wpłata powinna być dokonana do końca września 2011 r. na konto
    Bank PEKAO S.A.
    71 1240 5703 1111 0000 4900 0081,
    z dopiskiem „Kongres Eksploatacji”.

    Prosimy o podanie numeru NIP i upoważnienie ITeE do wystawienia faktury VAT.

    Further details are available from the conference site
    web: http://www.XIkongres.itee.radom.pl.


    May 2012

    XI KONFERENCJA Tribologiczna pt.:

    17 Maj 2012 - Data konferencji
    Politechnika Łódzka, Katedra Pojazdów i Podstaw Budowy Maszyn
    ul. Żeromskiego 116, 90-924 Łódź
    29ty Luty 2012 – nadsyłanie zgłoszeń udziału w Konferencji
    28my Marzec 2012 – Komunikat nr 2 z wytycznymi dla Autorów
    11ty Kwiecień 2012 – nadsyłanie pełnych referatów
    First Announcement - Komunikat 1, Karta Zgłoszenia: doc - 69 632 B, pdf - 114 995 B;


    w Katedrze Pojazdów i Podstaw Budowy Maszyn PŁ

      Komunikat nr 1
      Termin konferencji: 17 maja 2012 r. (czwartek )

      Publikacje: Organizatorzy przewidują:

    • zamieszczenie wszystkich zgłoszonych referatów w „Materiałach konferencyjnych” na płycie CD (pod warunkiem wniesienia opłaty za uczestnictwo),
    • po wygłoszeniu, ocenie formalnej i merytorycznej, z uwzględnieniem dyskusji,
    • możliwość opublikowania referatu w czasopiśmie TRIBOLOGIA.
    • Wskazane jest przygotowanie referatu w języku polskim wraz z obszernym streszczeniem w języku angielskim.
      Tematyka będzie obejmować następujące zagadnienia:
    • Problemy ułożyskowań biołożysk.
    • Badania tribologiczne.
    • Konstrukcja i badania łożysk z oddziaływaniem pola magnetycznego.
    • Konstrukcje, obliczanie, eksploatacja.
    Przewodniczący - prof. zw. dr hab. inż. Jan Burcan
    dr hab. inż. Bogdan Warda
    dr inż. Anna Sławińska
    dr inż. Andrzej Lorenc
    mgr inż. Piotr Jóźwiak
      Rada Programowa:
      Adamus Janina
      Bednarek Radosław
      Bułhak- Guz Hanna
      Burcan Jan (Przewodniczący)
      Cwanek Janusz
      Czarny Ryszard
      Gierzyńska-Dolna Monika
      Gosiewski Zdzisław
      Janowska Jadwiga
      Kruszyński Bogdan
      Laber Stanisław
      Leszek Wiesław
      Nejman Antoni
      Oleksiuk Waldemar
      Pytko Stanisław
      Ryniewicz Anna
      Sęp Jarosław
      Sławińska Anna
      Szczerek Marian
      Warda Bogdan
      Wasilczuk Michał
      Wieleba Wojciech
      Zwierzycki Wiesław

    Adres do korespondencji:
    Politechnika Łódzka
    Katedra Pojazdów i Podstaw Budowy Maszyn
    ul. Żeromskiego 116
    90-924 Łódź
    Z dopiskiem: XI Konferencja ”Problemy niekonwencjonalnych układów łożyskowych”

      Komunikat nr 1
      Odpłatność za uczestnictwo:
    • 250 zł ( bez kosztów za noclegi)
      Osoby pragnące wykorzystać możliwość noclegu z dnia 16/17 lub/i 17/18 maja proszone są o zgłaszanie w celu zarezerwowania miejsc. Organizatorzy nie pokrywają kosztów noclegu. Koszt noclegu w pokoju jednoosobowym około 65 zł, a w pokoju dwuosobowym około 110 zł za dwa miejsca.

      W ramach opłaty organizatorzy zapewniają:
    • udział w konferencji i materiały konferencyjne,
    • uroczystą obiadokolację.

    September 2012

    XXXII Ogólnopolska Konferencja Tribologiczna pt.:

    32nd Annual Polish Tribological Conference „Theory & Pracitce”

    18 - 21 September 2012
    Hotel VERDE MONTANA Wellness & Spa.
    ul. 1 Maja 25A, 57-350 Kudowa Zdrój
    Współrzędne GPS:   50°26'37.03"N ,  16°15'3.15"E - Dane sprawdzone na miejscu przez organizatorów
    20th December 2011 – Zgłoszenie uczestnictwa wraz ze streszczeniem referatu (max 1 str. A-4)
    20th January 2012 – Potwierdzenie zakwalifikowania referatu oraz komunikat nr 2
    30th April 2012 – Przesłanie pełnego referatu
    01st June 2012 – Termin wnoszenia opłaty konferencyjnej
    First Announcement - Komunikat 1, Karta Zgłoszenia: doc - 300 032 B, pdf - 179 784 B;
    2nd Announcement - Komunikat 2: doc - 243 712 B, pdf - 288 137 B;


    Pod Patronatem:

    DZIEKANA Wydziału Mechanicznego PWr

    20.12.2011 r. Termin zgłoszenia uczestnictwa oraz nadesłania streszczenia referatu (max 1 str. A-4)
    20.01.2012 r. Powiadomienie o przyjęciu referatu oraz komunikat nr 2
    30.04.2012 r. Termin nadesłania pełnego referatu
    01.06.2012 r. Termin wnoszenia opłaty konferencyjnej
    Koszt konferencji (obejmuje zakwaterowanie, wyżywienie, materiały konferencyjne, imprezy towarzyszące): 1600 PLN
    Opłata ulgowa (dla emerytów, studentów, doktorantów, obejmuje jak wyżej): 1250 PLN
    Opłata dla osoby towarzyszącej: 1000 PLN
    Uwaga: Opłata po terminie 01.06.2012 r. wynosi 1800,- zł

    Wojciech WIELEBA- przewodniczący
    Dymitry CAPANIDIS- wiceprzewodniczący
    Tadeusz LEŚNIEWSKI- sekretarz
    Krzysztof BIERNACKI,Stanisław KRAWIEC,
    Ryszard CZARNY,Maciej PASZKOWSKI,
    Anna DOBROWOLSKA,   Anita PTAK,
    Czesław KOZIARSKI,Joanna CZAJKA

    Adres do korespondencji:
    Komitet Organizacyjny
    XXXII Ogólnopolskiej Konferencji Tribologicznej
    „Jesienna Szkoła Tribologiczna 2012”
    Politechnika Wrocławska
    Instytut Konstrukcji i Eksploatacji Maszyn
    ul. Łukasiewicza 7/9, 50-371 Wrocław
    strona internetowa: www.tribologia2012.pwr.wroc.pl
    e-mail: tribologia@pwr.wroc.pl

    Sekretariat konferencji:
    Joanna CZAJKA tel. (071) 320-22-50
    Tadeusz LEŚNIEWSKI tel. (071) 320-40-31
    fax (071) 322-76-45
    Bieżące informacje oraz formularz zgłoszeniowy do pobrania również na stronie internetowej www.tribologia2012.pwr.wroc.pl

    Zbigniew LAWROWSKI – Honorowy Przewodniczący
    Wojciech WIELEBA – Przewodniczący
    Marian SZCZEREK – Wiceprzewodniczący
    Stanisław KRAWIEC – Sekretarz naukowy
    • Analiza procesów tribologicznych. Teoria i praktyka.
    • Tribologia systemów specjalnych (np. mikro- i nanotribologia, biotribologia, procesy tribologiczne w warunkach ekstremalnych).
    • Materiały ślizgowe i cierne (metalowe, polimerowe i ceramiczne).
    • Środki smarowe i procesy smarowania.
    • Metodyka badań tribologicznych.
    • Problematyka tribologiczna w przemyśle.
    • Diagnostyka i eksploatacja węzłów tarcia.
    • Tribologia w dydaktyce.

    Podczas konferencji referaty będą prezentowane na obradach plenarnych i sekcyjnych oraz podczas sesji plakatowych. Kwalifikację referatów do poszczególnych sesji przeprowadzi Komitet Naukowy i Rada Programowa Szkoły.
    Przyjęte referaty zostaną opublikowane cyklicznie w czasopismach „TRIBOLOGIA” lub „ARCHIVES OF CIVIL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (ACME)” bądź w materiałach konferencyjnych.
    Warunkiem opublikowania referatu jest wniesienie opłaty konferencyjnej. Referaty przesłane po terminie zostaną opublikowane w materiałach konferencyjnych lub w terminie późniejszym w czasopiśmie TRIBOLOGIA.


    XXXII Ogólnopolska Konferencja Tribologiczna „Jesienna Szkoła Tribologiczna 2012” odbędzie się w dniach 18-21 września 2012 r. Miejscem obrad i zakwaterowania będzie największy i najnowocześniejszy hotel w Kotlinie Kłodzkiej – Hotel VERDE MONTANA Wellness & Spa.
    Ośrodek znajduje się w sercu XVIII wiecznego uzdrowiska Kudowa Zdrój, położony jest u podnóża Parku Narodowego Gór Stołowych.

    Szczegółowe informacje: http://www.verdemontana.pl/

    Prosimy o podanie numeru NIP i upoważnienie Politechniki Wrocławskiej do wystawienia faktury VAT.

    Publikacja dofinasowana przez MNiSzW
    Last modification: 21 March 2012 10:42:47 JureK.