In AISM totally 15 technical sessions spanning the broad areas of Design, Manufacturing & Automation, Modeling, Control, and Sensing and 108 submissions from 16 countries and a total of 71 papers accepted for presented in AISM 2010. The panel discussion is on some future directions in mechatronics R&D. The keynote address by Prof Youngil Youm (UNIST, Korea) discusses biomechanics research and its use in robotics.
Eight papers have been shortlisted for “Best Paper Award”. Selected papers will presented as Special Issue on Mechatronics in the International Journal of Automation Technology, which is targeted for publication in September 2011.
Readership: Researchers, academics and graduate students in Mechatronics.
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