Mech Aero 2020

Sep 18-19, 2020


San Francisco, United States of America

LexisConferences invites all the participants across the globe to attend the 8th International Conference and Exhibition on Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering during  September 18-19, 2020, San Francisco, USA, with the theme of “Modern Practices in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering “.          


Conference Name



Mech Aero 2020

San Francisco, California, USA

September 18-19, 2020


Mech Aero-2020 is an international podium for presenting research about mechanical and aerospace engineering and exchanging thoughts about it and thus, contributes to the propagation of information in both academia and business.

Mech Aero 2020 unites applications from various scientific disciplines, pushing the frontiers of Mechanical, Aerospace, Aerodynamics and Aeronautics. Mechanical Conference represents the huge area where the focus lies on developing product-related technologies with rapid advancement in research in recent years. It is true that fundamental work on materials has turned up with unexpected momentous discoveries, but more frequently, Mechanical Engineering Conferences, importance and significance can be gauged by the fact that it has made huge advancements over the course of time and is continuing to influence various sectors.

Aerospace conference is an emerging and challenging field in today's world. The mission of the aerospace expo is to educate the nation's future leaders in the science and art of mechanical and aerospace engineering. Further, seeks to expand the frontiers of engineering science and to persuade technological innovation while nurturing both academic and Industry excellence.

Target Audience

Engineers who are specialized in the particular topics like,

  • Mechanical, Aerospace and Aeronautics
  • Mechanical Societies and Associations
  • Aerospace Societies and Associations
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Professors, Students, Researchers from Mechanical, Aerospace and Aeronautics
  • Scientists and business professionals from Mechanical, Aerospace and Aeronautics
  • Nobel laureates & MD/Presidents
  • Departmental Head & Chairs
  • Investors, Innovators
  • Distributors, Resellers, and Traders
  • Government Bodies such as Regulating Authorities and Policy Makers
  • Venture Capitalists, Private Equity Firms, and Startup Companies

Market Analysis

The key data show that Mechanical Engineering is one of the major branches of industry in the EU-27 with a share of around 9.1% of all manufacturing industries, as measured by production. The U.S. aerospace industry contributed $118.5 billion in export sales to the U.S. economy. The global commercial aerospace seating market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.2% over 2015-2020.

In 2012, the U.S. aerospace industry contributed $118.5 billion in export sales to the U.S. economy.  The industry’s positive trade balance of $70.5 billion is the largest trade surplus of any manufacturing industry and came from exporting 64.3 percent of all aerospace production. Industry estimates indicate that the annual increase in the number of large commercial airplanes during the next 20 years will be 3.5 percent per year for a total of 34,000 valued at $4.5 trillion (list prices). 

U.S. machinery industries had total domestic and foreign sales of $413.7 billion in 2011. The United States is the world’s largest market for machinery, as well as the third-largest supplier.  American manufacturers held a 58.5 percent share of the U.S. domestic market. More than 1.3 million Americans were employed directly in manufacturing machinery and equipment in August 2013.  These jobs are almost entirely in high-skill, well-compensated professions and trades.   Machinery manufacturing also supports the jobs of hundreds of thousands of Americans in a variety of other manufacturing and service industries.

Why to attend???

This is your best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the mechanical and aerospace community. Live Events -- which include Keynote Sessions, Workshops, Online Video Sessions; Poster Presentations provides a unique approach for learning and career building. Attendees will be having an opportunity to build networks with other Academics and Experts in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering field from all over the world.


Shuh JIng Yang
Mechanical Engineering
University of South Florida

Stefan Sven Anton Ivanell
Department of Earth Sciences
Uppsala University



Stefan Ivanell completed his PhD 2009 at the Royal Technical University in Stockholm, Sweden. He has since 2013 been acting as the head of the Wind Energy Section at Uppsala University Campus Gotland, Visby, Sweden. He is also the Director of STandUP for Wind, a Swedish wind energy center gathering wind energy activities at four Universities in Sweden.


Joseph Chen
Department of Industrial Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Bradley University


Dr. Joseph Chen is Caterpillar Professor and Chairman of the Department of Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering & Technology at the Caterpillar College of Engineering and Technology, Bradley University. He received a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Tunghai University, Taiwan, in 1984 and an M.S. in Industrial Engineering from Auburn University, Alabama, in 1990.  He subsequently worked as a manufacturing engineer at Lummus Co. in Columbus, Georgia until 1992 when he returned to pursue his Ph.D. degree, which he earned in 1994. In 2009, he joined Bradley after serving as Professor at Iowa State University for 15 years. Dr. Chen has three major areas of research: (1) Adaptive control systems for automated machines; (2) RFID-based on-line remote lean manufacturing system monitoring systems, (3) Curriculum development to enhance education of lean-sigma manufacturing system design and methodologies.

Researches :

  • Adaptive control systems for automated machines RFID-based on-line remote lean manufacturing system monitoring systems Curriculum development to enhance education of lean-sigma manufacturing system design and methodologies
Ashraf Omran
Aerospace Engineering
Old Dominion University


Dr Ashraf Omran is currently an instructor at both Johns Hopkins University and Loyola University Chicago. Omran received his Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering Science from Old Dominion University. He worked as Research Scientist at ODU and after that he joined CNH, Fiat Industry followed by Continental as a senior control engineer for nearly 8 years. In 2018, Omran returned to academia to teach at Texas A&M (TAMUK) where he initiated the Aerospace Minor. Omran has authored twenty patents and more than 40 technical papers. He is currently writing a textbook with Elsevier.


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