ASPE 2020 Spring Topical Meeting
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA Meeting Co-chairpersons David L. Trumper, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Chinedum Okwudire, University of Michigan Dick Laro, MI-Partners Wouter Hakvoort, University of Twente ...
About this event
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
David L. Trumper, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Chinedum Okwudire, University of Michigan
Dick Laro, MI-Partners
Wouter Hakvoort, University of Twente
The American Society for Precision Engineering is holding its sixth topical meeting on the design and control of precision mechatronic systems. The conference solicits papers in theory and applications of control with a focus on achieving high precision in research efforts and in industrial applications. The use of precision control is of particular current interest, given the increasing use of mechatronic solutions in many fields with very high performance requirements, especially in the context of the so-called fourth industrial revolution (aka Industry 4.0 or IIoT).
12 Student Scholarships!
With the generous support of the ASML company, there will be 12 student scholarships to award to students who are submitting and selected to present a paper at the 2020 ASPE Spring Topical Meeting on the Design and Control of Precision Mechatronic Systems. These scholarships will cover the cost of conference registration for the spring topical meeting. Students selected will be able to attend the conference without paying the registration fee.
Paper Submission Schedule:
• January 15: Short abstract due
• February 1: Paper acceptance
• March 15: Extended abstracts due
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