Welcome to ICCMA 2019
2019 The 7th International Conference on
Control, Mechatronics and Automation will be held in
TU Delft, Netherlands
on November 6-8, 2019.
ICCMA has served a wide international academic audience with the first edition held in Sydney (Australia) in 2013, followed by Dubai (UAE) in 2014 and the two consecutive editions of 2015 and 2016 in Barcelona (Spain), 2017 at University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, with the latest conference held in 2018 in Tokyo, Japan. In 2019, TU Delft, the Netherlands welcomes the 7th edition of ICCMA. ICCMA 2019 is co-sponsored by Delft University of Technology, IEEE Control Systems Society, and IEEE Robotics and Automation Society.
The conference provides a platform for scientists, scholars, engineers and students from universities and industries around the world to present exciting ongoing research activities, and hence fosters research relations between universities and the industry. This conference is now a well-known event worldwide and the number of paper submissions and attendees are increasing every year.
The submission deadline is extended to August 20.
Welcome Dr. Siamak Hoseinzadeh joins in technical committee. (Click)
Welcome the new members in technical committee. (Click)
Student paper award ) will be selected in ICCMA 2019.
ICCMA 2019 has been included in IEEE Conference List. (Click)
ICCMA 2018 proceedings indexed by Scopus. (Click)
The plenary speakers are announced. (Click)
ICCMA 2018 proceedings indexed by Ei Compendex. (Click)
papers will be peer reviewed and
accepted papers after proper
registration will be included in
the conference proceedings
published by IEEE and reviewed
in the IEEE Xplore. Upon
acceptance into IEEE
Xplore, the papers are submitted for indexing
through Ei Compendex,
Web of Science (CPCI),
Special Issue in Machines
High Visibility: indexed in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) - Web of Science, from Vol. 5, and in Inspec (IET). Covered in Scopus from Vol. 5 (2017).
Papers accepted by ICCMA 2018 can be recommended to Machines to be published in this special issue with at least 50% content extension. (Know more)