•  The International Conference on mechanical automation and engineering materials
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Keynote Speaker

We're searching for more keynote speakers! Experts in the area of Mechanical Automation and Engineering Materials are welcome to join the conference. In principle, the applicant should be above associate professor, researchers, and engineers.
If you would like to join as MAEM keynote speaker, please send your latest CV, recent photo, speech title and abstract to info@icmaem.org.

Jinjin Li - Tsinghua University, China Jinjin Li
Associate Professor
Tsinghua University, China

Title: Synergy of Liquid and 2D Nanoflakes based Superlubricity
Abstract: In this work, the recent progress in liquid superlubricity would be discussed, especially the synergy of Liquid and 2D Nanoflakes based Superlubricity. First, we found that the superlubricity could be achieved with the lubrication of phosphoric acid. Thereafter, we extended the Superlubricity of phosphoric acid to mixture of acid and glycerol, and then, established an acid-based superlubricity system. We also synthesized an ionic liquid based on the reaction between ethylene glycol and Lithium salt, which could achieve superlubricity with a friction coefficient of 0.004. The superlubricity mechanism can be mainly attributed to the formed composite tribochemical layer. Thereafter, a robust liquid-superlubricity state (μ ≈ 0.005) under a pressure of 600 MPa was realized, which was enabled by the combination of graphene-oxide (GO) nanosheets with an ionic liquid between the frictional pairs of Si3N4/sapphire…

Chuxiong Hu - Hunan University, China Chuxiong Hu
Associate Professor
Tsinghua University, China

Title: Creative Thoughts on Precision Mechatronic Motion Control with Performance Orientation
Abstract: To meet the progressively stringent demands for trajectory tracking performance in precision/ultra-precision industry, the research on advanced mechatronic motion control methods has attacted more and more attentions. Several performance-oriented motion control strategies represented by extended iterative learning control, gated recurrent units control, and real-time iterative control, will be introduced from an interesting creative thought perspective. Various trajectory tracking tasks are accomplished on precision mechatronic motion stages, and the tracking performances to be examined include tracking accuracy, extrapolation capability for non-repetitive trajectories, and disturbance rejection ability. Experimental results are sufficiently summarized with underlying control mechanism analysis, which can provide a comprehensive and reliable selection guidance of feedforward compensation strategies in motion control of different practical industrial scenarios.

Xiaofang Yuan - Hunan University, China Xiaofang Yuan
Hunan University, China

Title: Deep Learning-based Path Planning for Vehicles on 3D Map
Abstract: In the traditional vehicle area, energy-based motion control technology and battery technology usually use to solve the energy-saving problem. Our research proposes a new solution from the perspective of path planning. For vehicles traveling on the complex 3D terrains, the energy consumption of up-slope is far greater than that of the flat road and down-slope. To realize this, a path with a good trade-off between the energy consumption and distance would be the expected route for electric vehicle and mining transportation. A novel multi-objective path planning method is investigated to solve this problem for EV and mining truck. The simulation experiments prove that the proposed method can generate an optimal path which saves much energy in comparison with the path provided by the distance-based method.

Guanglei Wu - Dalian University of Technology, China Guanglei Wu
Associate Professor
Dalian University of Technology, China

Title: Overview, design and application of spherical motion manipulators
Abstract: Spherical motion widely exists in robot system and its application, and has a very broad application prospect, which is one of the important research directions in the field of robot research at present. The research and development of the spherical manipulator is very important for the performance analysis and design of the new system to meet the new challenges brought by emerging markets. The research of spherical motion manipulator spans a large number of research fields, involving many topics. New parallel robots and actuators have been conceived to solve engineering problems, and future research problems, together with other problems that have not yet appeared, need to be solved to continuously improve the technical level of spherical motion generators…

Weimin Huang - Nanyang technological University, Singapore Weimin Huang
Associate Professor
Nanyang technological University, Singapore

Title: Rapid solid state volumetric additive manufacturing for any environment
Abstract: Rapid 3D printing on space/air/sea missions, where either gravitational force is missing or severe random disturbance may present continuously, is highly in demand. However, till today, there is no reliable technique for such working environments. The purpose of this study is to develop a technology for rapid 3D printing in solid state of polymeric materials for any environment, including those harsh environments.
The basic concept is to cross-link by either UV-light or photo-induced-heat of polymeric materials in the solid state for rapid 3D printing. The uncross-linked parts can be removed by heating or cooling for melting, or washing away by solvent. Finally, the shape memory effect (SME) of the cross-linked polymers is applied to ensure high accuracy of the printed items…

Qiang Xu - University of Huddersfield, England Qiang Xu
Senior Lecturer
University of Huddersfield, England

Title: The recent progress on the modelling of creep deformation and cavitation damage and rupture
Abstract: Structures in high temperature industries suffer creep, and creep deformation and creep damage, particularly the creep cavitation damage and its effect on the rupture is of academic and industrial importance.
This presentation will present an overall summary of the progress made in this field, specifically: 1. the modelling of creep minimum strain rate over a wide range of stress; 2. the modelling of creep cavitation and cavitation rupture, and 3 their applications in the development of creep damage constitutive equations for a wide range of stress level.

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