The conference aims to reveal advances in Mechatronics Technology through
high quality research and idea exchanges in order to push forward this
engineering field and to establish an international fellowship network
in Mechatronics. Mechatronics is an integrated engineering discipline
and applies a holistic approach to the system design. IIUM is playing its
in establishing and promoting this integrated, multidisciplinary mechatronics
approach in teaching, research, design and development of new products
and systems. In light of this, the Faculty of Engineering, has organized
its First International Conference of Mechatronics in February 2001 and
had a tremendous success. Now, Faculty of Engineering (IIUM), IEEE Industrial
Electronics Society, IEE
(UK) Malaysian Center and Center for Engineering Excellence
(CEE) Faculty of Engineering, International Islamic University Malaysia are
jointly calling for the Second International Conference
on Mechatronics to give an opportunity for various scientists and engineers
with common interest in Mechatronics come together and exchange the ideas
and views in solving problems within the field.
Mechatronics: Integrated Engineering for Sustainable Development
Conference Topics and Subtopic:
Papers are invited in topics that cover, but are not limited to:
(i) Mechatronics and Control Systems:
Analysis, modeling and simulation, system design, motion control, kinematics
and dynamics, MEMS and NEMS, intelligent systems, application of mechatronic
systems, education, ethics and values in mechatronics engineering, advanced
control, micro controller-based systems, real-time control, signal processing,
system identification, fault-tolerant systems, precision technology, agent-based
control, neural networks, fuzzy logic, genetic algorithms, mechatronics education.
(ii) Sensors, actuators and measurements:
Intelligent sensors and actuators, multi-sensor fusion, micro/nanotechnology,
microsensors and microactuators, machine vision, biosensors, instrumentation
electronics, system integration and smart systems development.
Industrial, service and biomedical robots, autonomous mobile robots, humanoid
robots, multi-robot teams, human-robot interface and vision-based robots.
(iv) Industrial automation and manufacturing
Computer vision, embedded systems, factory automation and communication, networks,
telematics, teleservice, diagnostics & prevention, inspection systems for
quality control, CAD/CAM/CIM, man-machine communication, software engineering,
evolutionary computing, data base management, expert systems, interfaces, simulation,
industrial applications of internet technologies and multimedia.