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Venue: The Legend Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
17-19 May, 2011

Conference Objectives 


The main objective of this conference is to exchange ideas on advances in Mechatronics which have been brought about through high quality research and development in order to serve humanity and society. Furthermore, the conference is to foster an international fellowship network in Mechatronics, an integrated engineering discipline that requires collaborative efforts to successfully design machines and systems for various applications.
International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) is playing its part 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 is pleased to invite papers for the 4th International Conference on Mechatronics 2011 (ICOM'11) after the great successes and overwhelming responses received in its first (ICOM'01), 2nd (ICOM'05) and 3rd (ICOM'08).

Accepted and presented paper(s)  will be appear in IEEE Xplore®  digital library

IEEE Catalog Number: CFP1151N-ART

ISBN: 978-1-61284-437-4

IEEE Catalog Number: CFP1151N-CDR



Conference Topics

* Mechatronics Systems
* Advanced Control Systems
* Inteligent machines
* Instrumentation and measurements
* Signal and image procesing
* Robotics and Automation
* Computer integrated manufacturing
and flexible manufacturing systems
* Smart materials and structures and application
* Active vibration control
* Computer and information Technology
* Micro-electro Mechanical Systems and Devices
* Biomechatronics and rehabilitation engineering
* Mechatronics Education

Conference Secretary:

Aibinu Abiodun Musa
Faculty of Engineering
International Islamic University Malaysia
P.O.Box 10, 50728 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: (603) 6196 5704/ 4412,
Fax: (603) 6196 4433
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