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29 May–1 June 2022 The 10th Asia-Pacific Conference of Transducers and Micro-Nano Technology 2022 (APCOT 2022)
The 10th Asia-Pacific Conference of Transducers and Micro-Nano Technology 2022 (APCOT 2022) will be held from 29 May to 1 June 2022 in Shanghai, China. The conference provides an interactive forum for presentation and discussion on transducers and micro/nanotechnology. The APCOT meeting is a premier event with a history of nine successful conferences. Aside from researchers in the Asia Pacific region—Australia, mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, and Singapore—the conference welcomes participants from other regions who are interested in developing professional ties to and/or exploring career opportunities in the region.
5–9 June 2022 18th International Conference on Electroanalysis (ESEAC 2022)
The Organizing Committee invites you to participate in the 18th International Conference on Electroanalysis (ESEAC 2022), to be held in Vilnius, the capital city of Lithuania, on June 5–9, 2022.
ESEAC 2020 is a continuation of the successful series of biannual international meetings introduced by Professor Malcolm R. Smyth in 1986 at Dublin City University. The conference has a broad scope, covering all fields of modern electroanalysis—from theoretical aspects to practical applications. This conference brings together the most outstanding research in electroanalytical chemistry from across Europe and the world. Contributions of young researchers are strongly encouraged. We count on a successful meeting, which provides an exciting forum for the presentation of recent research, informal discussions, the exchange of ideas and new co-operations in the field of electroanalysis.
ESEAC 2020 will take place in the capital of a beautiful Baltic country—Lithuania. The venue is a new modern building of the GMC at the Sunrise Scientific Valley. Vilnius is in the geographical center of Europe, and it is easily accessible from the whole of Europe as well as the world. Vilnius is internationally recognized as one of the most knowledge-intensive and innovative cities—a city as ambitious as you are. Vilnius, in addition to Lithuania in general, is proud of record scientific achievements in biotechnology, innovative medicine, laser and light technologies. The most up-to-date ICT technologies are fully implemented and functioning in the entire country. The capital of Lithuania is similar to an open book, leaving vivid illustrations of the history of European styles—from Gothic to Classicism. The Old Town of Vilnius is among the largest in Eastern and Central Europe, and is included in the UNESCO world heritage list. Therefore, following the traditions of ESEAC, the participants will have an excellent opportunity to combine exciting science with a unique social and cultural experience.
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20–23 June 2022 The 6th International Conference on Nanogenerators and Piezotronics
You are welcome to the 6th International Conference on Nanogenerators and Piezotronics, which will be taking place on 20–23 June online. Mid Sweden University in Sundsvall, Sweden, will be the host of the conference. We are happy to invite you to join this conference and discuss the forefront of research in nanogenerators and piezotronics. The conference is open to all studies related to nanogenerators and piezotronics. We will do our best to make this conference an exciting and unforgettable experience for all participants.
Starting in 2012, NGPT has been held in Beijing (2012), Atlanta (2014), Rome (2016), and Seoul (2018). Due to the influence of COVID-19, the 5th NGPT (2020, Cambridge) had to be cancelled. NGPT 2022 will be changed into a digital conference due to authorities' restrictions related to COVID-19 in Asia and China.
22–24 July 2022 The 23rd International Conference of Fluid Power and Mechatronic Control Engineering (ICFPMCE 2022)
The 23rd International Conference of Fluid Power and Mechatronic Control Engineering (ICFPMCE) will be held in Kunming, China, in July 2022. Since 1985, the ICFPMCE has been held 22 times in different cities all over China, and has now been listed in the annual academic activities of the Chinese Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (CSTAM), which has become one of the most significant conferences in the field of fluid power and mechatronic control engineering.
Under the theme of ‘Green Intelligence, Innovative Development’, the ICFPMCE 2022 aims to provide a platform for scholars who have been working in the fields of fluid mechanics, and hydraulic and electrical engineering. In addition to keynote speeches and technical sessions, which will be hosted by famous experts from all over the world, a number of mini-symposia will be organized, with the themes of sharing the experiences of applying for the National Natural Science Foundation of China, dialogues between the Editors-in-Chief of the journals and young scholars, experts and entrepreneurs, as well as innovative technology exhibitions, etc., in order to highlight the significant subjects and trends in this field of research.
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19–22 September 2022 5th World Congress on Micro and Nano Manufacturing (WCMNM 2022)
Jointly organised by the 4M Association, the International Institution for Micro Manufacturing (I2M2) and the International Forum on Micro Manufacturing (IFMM), the Congress aims to unite the worldwide community of micro- and nano-manufacturing experts.
Sylvie Castagne, KU Leuven, Belgium.
Stefan Dimov, University of Birmingham, UK;
Lawrence Kulinsky, University of California, Irvine, USA;
Kuniaki Dohda, Northwestern University, USA;
Dominiek Reynaerts, KU Leuven, Belgium.
- Micro fabrication technologies, process chains and process characterisation;
- Miniaturization of machines and equipment; positioning, motion generation, sensor systems and control;
- Novel product designs, micro-assembly technologies and micro-handling;
- Surface engineering and interface nanotechnology;
- Process modelling and simulation;
- Processing and characterization of smart materials, energy materials, metamaterials and nanomaterials;
- Micro and nano additive, subtractive, joining, and hybrid manufacturing technologies;
- Micro and desktop factory concepts, systems, components and modules;
- Online monitoring and inspection systems, and smart manufacturing methods;
- Standardization in micro manufacturing and micro factories;
- Applications of micro and nano technologies;
- Emerging micro manufacturing methods and equipment, including those that bridge the nano and macro worlds;
- Biomanufacturing and biomedical devices.