IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics (ICM)
Mechatronics is defined as the synergistic integration of mechanics, electronics, and information processing into a production process: This evolutionary development in industrial design and manufacturing also brings new goals and challenges that need to be addressed for the effective use of the technology in many new products and systems in the future. The IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics, ICM2017, is sponsored by the Industrial Electronics Society (IES) of IEEE and aims at providing a multidisciplinary forum, where researchers can discuss the state-of-the-art in mechatronics, and present recent research results and prospects for development in this evolving area.
The International Conference on Mechatronics is an IEEE biannual event held every second year in a different part of the world. The aim of this conference is to provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of emerging Mechatronics technologies and for professional interactions. Additionally, it serves as a conduit for channeling advanced technology to the regional industry.
On behalf of the international technical program committee, we cordially invite researchers and practitioners to share their discoveries, advances, and experiences in the field of mechatronics engineering. Mechatronics is the intelligent integration of mechanics and electronics, most often achieved by some form of information processing. The 2017 IEEE ICM is a forum for presentation, as well as a conduit for sharing advances and applications between research and regional industry.
- 2017 Victoria, Australia (Proceedings)
- 2015 Nagoya, Japan (Proceedings)
- 2013 Beirut, Lebanon (Proceedings)
- 2011 Istanbul, Turkey (Proceedings)
- 2009 Malaga, Spain (Proceedings)
- 2007 Changchun, China (Proceedings)
- 2006 Budapest, Hungary (Proceedings)
- 2005 Taipei, Taiwan (Proceedings)
- 2004 Istanbul, Turkey (Proceedings)