The conference aims to bring together the two fields of system design and control together. Today, flexible robotics and compliant mechanism design use nonlinearities which were once considered hindrances to system design to their advantage. In addition, advances in control technology such as nonlinear control, fractional order control are advantageously being used to go beyond classical linear control and therefore increase the applicability of complex mechanisms for robotics and mechatronic systems. In this regard, the 9th International Conference in Control, Mechatronics and Automation solicits original articles in the field of: (But not only limited for the below topics.)

Track 1: Control Theory and Applications
Adaptive control
Co-operative control
Delay systems
Discrete event systems
Fuzzy systems
Nonlinear control for motion systems
Robust control




Track 2: Mechatronics and Robotics
Compliant mechanism
Flexible Manufacturing Technology & System
Flexible robotics, Soft robotics
High-speed/precision machining
Laser Processing Technology
Mechatronic system design
Nano-scale automation and assembly
Precision Manufacturing & Measurement
Precision Mechanics & Mechatronics
Precision mechanism
Precision motion control
Smart automation
Track 3: Industrial Automation and Process Control
CAD/CAM Integration Technology
Complex mechanical-electro-liquid System
Factory modeling and simulation
Instrumentation systems
Mechanical Power Engineering
Mechanism and Machine Science
Network-based systems
Networked control systems
Powder Metallurgy/Casting/Sintering/Thermal Engineering/Welding
Process automation
Process control
Quality & Reliability Engineering





Track 4: Intelligent Systems and Machine Learning
Biomedical instrumentation and applications
Computational Mechanics
Computer-aided Geometric Design & Simulation
Control applications
Control engineering education
Control of biological systems
Design, modeling and control of precision motion systems
Dynamics of flexible systems
Fractional order system and control
Home, laboratory and service automation
Hybrid systems
Identification and estimation
Intelligent automation
Intelligent systems
Man-machine interactions
Neural networks
Nonlinear systems
Planning, scheduling and coordination
System Dynamics and Simulation
Vibration analysis and control