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2nd Symposium Machines, Mechanics and Mechatronics Current Trends (SMMM 2019)


Organizator: Mašinski fakultet Beograd
09.09-13.09.2019, Beograd

Aim of the 2nd Symposium Machines, Mechanics and Mechatronics – Current Trends (SMMM 2019) is to bring together researchers, professionals and students from a broad range of disciplines related to Machines, Mechanics and Mechatronics to share their latest achievements and discuss the directions for the future researches in Machines, Mechanics and Mechatronics.

The first Symposium Machines, Mechanics and Mechatronics – Current Trends (SMMM 2014) was held in Belgrade in 2014.

The 2nd Symposium is going to be held in Belgrade, Serbia, from 9th to 13th of september, 2019.

SMMM 2019 will be:

organized by Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade and

patronized by IFToMM (International Federation for the Promotion of Mechanism and Machine Science).

and

co-chaired by Professors:

· Marco Ceccarelli (University of Cassino and South Latium, Italy)

· Nataša Trišović (University of Belgrade, Serbia)

· Emil Veg(University of Belgrade, Serbia)

Topics:

Machines, Mechanics and Mechatronics in all aspects

· Biomechanical engineering

· Computational kinematics

· Design methodology

· Dynamics of machinery

· Education

· Gearing and transmissions

· History of MMS

· Linkage and mechanical controls

· Micromechanisms

· Multibody dynamics

· Reliability of machines and mechanisms

· System design and integration

· Manufacturing automation

· Automotive mechatronics

· Bio and medical mechatronics

· Transportation systems

· Rotor dynamics

· Standardization of terminology

· Sustainable energy systems

· Transportation machinery

· Tribology

· Vibration

Others

Robotics and Mechatronics

· Robot kinematics and dynamics

· Robot control and motion planning

· Robotic mechanism design

· Parallel manipulators

· Robot locomotion

· Humanoid robots

· Biologically-inspired robotics

· Medical and assistive robotics

· Industrial and service robotics

· Tele-operation and tele-robotics

· Micro/nano robotics/mechatronics

· Human-robot interaction/haptics

· Actuators

· Sensors

· Mechatronic system modeling and control

More info