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Abstracts will be reviewed by the Abstract Review Board (ARB) of the conference
- Fluid Mechanics
- Airship Design and Development
- Flight Vehicle Navigation
- Vehicle System and Technologies
- Robotics and Mechatronics
- Design and Development of Rockets
- Space Engineering
- Bioengineering and Bio-Mechanics
- Material Processing
- Energy Processing
- Mechanics, Dynamics and Controls
- Heat Transfer Systems
- Applications of Aerospace Technology
- Mechanical Engineering and Management
- Industrial Engineering
- Design and Modeling of Aircraft and Helicopter Engines
- Biofuel for Airline Industry
- Craft-to-Craft Communication
- Advanced Space Propulsion Technologies
- Applied Mechanics
- Space Satellite Communication
- Power and Energy
- Robotics and Automation
Dr. Li Hua received his B.Sc and M.Eng degrees in Engineering Mechanics from Wuhan University of Technology, P.R.C., in 1982 and 1987, respectively. He obtained his Ph.D degree in Mechanical Engineering from the National University of Singapore in 1999.
- Multiphysics modeling of soft matters – Smart hydrogel in BioMEMS & Biological cell in microscale fields, Development of highly efficient numerical computational methodology – Meshless & Multiscale algorithms, Simulation of sustainable energy – Building energy efficiency & Fuel cell system and Structural dynamics – High-speed rotating shell & Composite materials structure.
Dr. Fred Barez is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at San Jose State University (SJSU). Dr. Barez is also director of the Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technology Laboratory where he is engaged in research related to advanced transportation
- His research involves Smart Vehicles, Advanced Transportation, Machine Learning, Cyber Security, Smart Home and Energy Efficiency. He is also involved in space exploration and developing self-contained habitation modules for use in orbit or on planets.
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.
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.
- 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