Prof.Shigeki Toyama- Head of the robots

         laboratory- Tokyo University- Japan

General chair of the conference

Professor Shigeki Toyama received Ph.D. degree in Engineering from University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, in 1981. Now he works at Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology. His current research interests include robotics, actuator, and welfare technology.


Title of presentation: Ultrasonic motor

The deep sea of the 4,000m grade is a treasure house of resources. However, there are not good map about that. So, the authors have developed deep-sea drone with functions to make world marine bottom of the sea map of the 10,000m grades from 4,000m. The shape durable in the deep sea is only a sphere. The authors have produced the deep sea drone to explore bottom of the sea and resources by use of spherical ultrasonic motors with the ball rotor containing various sensors such as cameras, flow sensors and so on. The authors have succeeded in driving it in underwater.






Prof.Catalin Alexandru

Director of the University Doctoral Council, Transilvania University of Braşov, Romania

Member in the CNATDCU commission of Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics and

Robotics (2016 - ) 

Member in academic councils: Administration Council of the Transilvania University of Braşov (2016 - ); Faculty of Technological Engineering (2004 - 2010); Faculty of Product Design and Environment (2010 - 2012, 2016 - ); Department of Product Design, Mechatronics and Environment (2016 - ) ; Project manager, administrative manager and financial manager for national research projects; Member in the national board of the Romanian Association for the Mechanisms and Machines Science - ARoTMM (2005 - 2013); Member in the scientific council of the technological & business incubator Products and Technologies for Sustainable Energy - ITA Pro-Energ (2005 - ) 



 Abstract:In this work, the multi-objective optimization of a dual-axis solar tracker is carried out by using a virtual prototyping software platform that integrates CAD (Computer Aided Design) – CATIA, MBS (Multi-Body Systems) – ADAMS and DFC (Design for Control) – EASY5 computer aided engineering programs.  The solar tracking mechanism performs the bi-axial orientation of a PV panel, with the purpose to increase of the amount of incident solar radiation captured by the conversion system, thus improving its energy output. The optimization study aims to determine the optimal arrangement of the linear actuators that control the two degrees of freedom of the system (i.e. the diurnal and elevation movements of the PV panel) and the optimal tuning of their control elements (controllers), so that to minimize the energy consumption for performing the tracking and the tracking errors (relative to the imposed orientation program), while complying with the functional and constructive requirements/constraints coming from the type of actuator used in the application (which is a real/existing one). The tracking mechanism is approached/designed in mechatronic concept (i.e. concurrent engineering), by combining the mechanical and control subsystems at the virtual prototype level. 



Assoc.Prof.Afsin Banazadeh

Sharif University of Technology Tehran, Iran

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He received his Ph.D. in aerospace engineering, flight dynamics and control, from SUT in 2008. His research interests span aircraft design, flight dynamics and control, system identification, flight test engineering, industrial research and technology demonstration activities. He has published more than 50 scientific articles in peer-reviewed, reputable journals and conferences and served as a reviewer for over 15 professional journals including Aerospace Science and Technology, IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, Ocean Engineering, and PLOS ONE.


Title of your presentation: Adaptive Radial Basis Function Neural Network Controller for Autonomous Multirotors

Abstract:Limits in the real-time computation of micro-processors on the one hand and high-level controllers that need precise computation in addition to implementation and compiling issues, on the other hand, have caused a great gap between control science and experiments. In this work, an adaptive RBF neural network controller is proposed to control the position and attitude of an autonomous multirotor. The controller is combined with an EKF observer and simulated in real-time flight conditions. In order to check the capabilities ofthe system, the proposed structure has been successfully applied to a quadrotor and a hexarotor using three data types for getting similar real-time flight results. Based on the results, the proposed structure has accomplished two separate missions with different scenarios, though there exists some error, especially in position estimations which are caused by step-wise characteristics of the desired path.









Prof.Gabriel Frumusanu

“Dunărea de Jos” University of Galaţi, Romania

Gabriel Frumuşanu, borne in Galaţi, Romania, 28/09/1964. Bachelor (1988), PhD (1999), Habilitation (2016) in Industrial Engineering at “Dunărea de Jos” University of Galaţi, Romania. He is currently Professor at “Dunărea de Jos” University of Galaţi, Romania, in the Manufacturing Engineering Department. He published over 150 scientific articles, some of them in prestigious journals (The Internatinal Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Indian Journal of Engineering and Material Sciences, International Journal of Mechanics, Materials and Manufacturing). He owns 3 patents. He participated at numerous International conferences (Spain, Hungary, Tunisia, Israel, Moldova and Romania). Research interests in machining systems control, cutting tools profiling and environmental impact of the manufacturing process. Prof. Frumuşanu is member of UASTRO, of editorial boards - Journal of Control and Systems Engineering (JCSE, Bowen Publishing), Proceedings in Manufacturing Systems journal (Romanian Academy), The Annals of „Dunărea de Jos” University, Fascicle V and is scientific reviewer for prestigious ISI Journals (Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part B: Journal of Engineering Manufacture, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science, Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology). 

Title of presentation:Architecture of Next Generation Manufacturing System

Abstract: On one hand, nowadays, the global energy network can generate and transmit, between any two points belonging to it, high quantity of energy. During recent years, a global information network, able to process, store, and transmit huge amounts of information, has been developed as well. These networks entirely cover the industrial space, already giving the opportunity to make permanently available, in any of its points, at any time, as much as needed, both energy and information. On the other hand, the mass customization trend has led to the pronounced increase of “manufacturing to order” (MTO) production, taking place in a higher and higher number of small & medium enterprises. At this level, a given manufacturing system cannot be quickly and appropriately configured to a given product, due to production high variability in range. As consequence, the manufacturing system is, quite always, more or less unadjusted to the manufactured product, its performance being significantly affected. Starting from here, the challenge is to make a conceptual rebuilding of the manufacturing system, aiming to increase its degree of appropriateness to products, by taking advantage from the opportunities brought by the existence of global energy & information networks. This paper approach is to see the manufacturing system as modular cyber physical system (CPS), composed by modules of general use. System configuration changes according to the manufactured product requirements. The architecture of this configurable cyber physical system (meaning its components, functions and operating mode) is presented while its advantages, inconvenients and limitations are also analysed.








Prof.Ph.D.Eng. Costel Cotet

RSP Department

University Poitehnica of Bucharest, Romania

Qualifications and studies: PhD Degree in Industrial Engineering (2000) MSc Degree in Strategic Management (1995) Bachelor of Science Degree in Machine Tools (1994) - Faculty of Engineering and Management of Technological Systems, POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest, (Romania). Experience in Education and Education Management: Professor, Associate Professor, Lecturer, Research Assistant/engineer, from: 2015, 2008, 2001,1995 in the Department of Robots and Manufacturing Systems (former Machines and Manufacturing Systems), Vice-dean (2012-2016) - Faculty of Engineering and Management of Technological Systems, POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest, (Romania). Experience and knowledge related to research and entrepreneurship:  Manager of UPB-PREMINV Research Centre. Coordinator of MSc programme MANAGEMENT AND ENGINEERING FOR VIRTUAL INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES. Team member in more than 40 Research projects (4 as coordinator) and more than 100 scientific papers published in the field of: Industry 4.0, Discrete material flow management, Digital manufacturing, Waste management devices, Smart cities. Experience in projects or grants evaluation:Expert, Proposal evaluator for European Commission, Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), Expert proposal evaluator for The Central Finance and Contracting Agency of Latvia, Expert proposal evaluator for Romanian PNCDI (National Research, Development and Innovation Plan), Proposal Evaluator and Monitor for ROSE projects (Romania Secondary Education Project). Professional Journals Editorial board: Member in Editorial Advisory Board of International Journal of Simulation Modelling, Vienna, Austria, ISSN 1726-4529, Member in Editorial Board of Proceedings in manufacturing systems, Bucharest, Romania, ISSN 1842-3183.


Title of prezentation: Optimizing virtual enterprises manufacturing using digital twinning

Abstract: Because various manufacturing architectures involved in the product development are often geographically and temporally distributed there is a high level of integrated simulation involved in the actual design optimization of industry 4.0 manufacturing. It is then possible to say that enterprises give rise to a particular type of virtual enterprise manufacturing simulation, in which each company maintains excellent flexibility and modular independence. This represents a vision of next-generation engineering working environments and describes a core information technology on which future systems can be built. Cooperative processes are not the automatic results of implementing collaborative, real-time communication technologies, but the result of a carefully designed and systematically maintained virtual prototype of a manufacturing network.  The lecture will present fundamentals on an important topic: the digital twin of a collaborative network based on integrated material flow simulation. This general virtual model for manufacturing architectures networks, geographically dispersed, is developed to optimize material flow between various actors in the Virtual Enterprise paradigm. In an Industry 4.0 manufacturing network, there needs to be an integrated simulation model supporting distributed product development. After that, the accent is put on designing an outsourcing shared simulation service for SMEs in a networking paradigm. The solution we have chosen was to provide a series of services generated by the network's collaborative digital twin based on an integrated simulation model. An effective service sharing was designed to support the SMEs in delivering the information necessary to operate the strategic and tactical decisions in implementing industry 4.0 manufacturing in a collaborative network. The service makes available the shared use of Industry 4.0 simulation models, tools and know-how, not economically affordable for a single enterprise, allowing to reach a high level of competitiveness at low cost.







Prof.Luige Vladareanu

Director of Robotics and Mechatronics Department, 

Director of the Innovation and Technological Transfer Center CITT-ROB.TA

Romanian Academy, Institute of Solid Mechanics, Bucharest Romania

President of the Romanian Robotics Society, Bucharest Branch, 

Corresponding Member of the American-Romanian Academy

Member of the International Institute of Acoustics and Vibration, Auburn University, USA


Senior science researcher level I/Professor Romanian Academy, Institute Solid Mechanics, Bucharest, since 1990. Science researcher Institute Physics & Materials Technology, 1984—1990. President general manager Engineering & Technology Industrial VTC Company, since 1991. Science consultant National Science Research Council, Engineering Science Committee Minister Education & Research, 2003—2005. High level expert consultant executive department finance Science University Research, since 2004. Head automation lab Danubiana Tire Co, Romania, 1977—1984. Manager, team leader integrated automation project Engineering & Technology Industrial VTC Company, since 1991. Team leader data acquisition system & real time control system Romanian Academy, Institute Solid Mechanics, since 1994. Manager, coordinator weighing and dosing complex automation for animal food project Romsuintest Company, Peris, Romania, 1996—1998. International coordinator ABB Special Security Team, Heidelberg, 1996—2004. Manager, coordinator complex automation for technological flux of mineral & vegetal oil project Ultex Company, Tandarei, Romania, 1998—2000. Manager, coordinator abb plc training center VTC Company, since 1998. Manager project 116/1999 National Research and Development Program Relasin, Bucharest, 1999—2002. Manager project 1266/2000 National Research and Development Program Relansin, 2000—2003. Manager project 002/2001 National Research and Development Program Mener, Bucharest, 2001—2004. Manager, coordinator force & displacement test stand for vehicle damper project Novohidraulic Company, Bucharest, 2002—2004. Manager project 1713/2002 National Research and Development Program Relansin, Bucharest, 2002—2005. Manager, coordinator complex automation mrg. project Faur Company, Bucharest, 2003—2004, manager, coordinator complex automation carusel tools machines project, 2004—2005. Manager, coordinator speed measurement of high power generators project Politechnical University Bucharest, 2003—2004. Committee president evaluation of technical informatics & automations center Technology University, Iasi, Romania, 2005. Manager, coordinator power management system project Green Energy Company, Bucharest, since 2006. Evaluator of over 200 projects of the national program National Council for Scientific Research in Higher Education, 2003—2007. Member evaluation committees of over 300 grants/projects of national Research and Development programs. Expert evaluator National Program Management Center, Ministry Education and Research, since 2007. Director, coordinator 7 grants of national research. Advisor mechanical engineering Ro.

Title of presentation: Active Rehabilitation Training Control Strategy of Lower Limb Rehabilitation Robots (the LLR-Ro) through the dynamic modeling of human-machine coordination and detect the patient leg motion intention

Abstract. A new active rehabilitation training based on static torque sensors, applicable to effective sitting/lying lower limb rehabilitation robot (the LLR-Ro )  in order to improve the patient’s training initiative and accelerate the rehabilitation process are investigated. The active Rehabilitation Training Control Strategy and the motion intention acquisition flow diagram of the patient's lower limb demonstrated, by simulation experiments, the correctness of the mechanism leg dynamics equation. The calibration experiment of the joint torque sensors provides the hardware support for active rehabilitation training and the consecutive variation of the torque sensors to obtain high performance on the patient's lower limb motion intention. The research has important scientific significance and theoretical value in improving and developing the sitting/lying lower limb rehabilitation robot theory. Based on the variation of torque sensors installed on the mechanism leg joint axis, LLR-Ro could detect the patient leg motion intention and realize the active rehabilitation training to replace traditional robot-leading training. Acknowledgements.This work was supported by a grant of the Romanian Ministry of Research and Innovation, CCCDI-UEFISCDI, MultiMonD2 project number PN-III-P1-1.2-PCCDI2017-0637/33PCCDI/01.03.2018, within PNCDI III, and by the European Commission Marie Sklodowska-Curie SMOOTH project, Smart Robots for Fire-Fighting, H2020-MSCA-RISE-2016-734875 and Yanshan University: “Joint Laboratory of Intelligent Rehabilitation Robot” project, KY201501009, Collaborative research agreement between Yanshan University, China and Romanian Academy by IMSAR, RO. The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of the Robotics and Mechatronics Department, Institute of Solid Mechanics of the Romanian Academy.


Prof. Adrian Olaru

University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania

Prof. Adrian Olaru finished the University Politehnica of Bucharest, Faculty of Machines and Manufacturing Systems, Romania, in 1974, head of promotion. From 1974 until 1990 he worked as a designing engineer at the "Optica Romana" Enterprise, also being an associate assistant at the Faculty of Machine-Building Technology of the Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest. In 1990 Prof. Adrian became an appointed lecturer at the Faculty of Technological Systems Engineering and Management, the Machine-Tools Department. Now, he is university full professor, and teaches the following courses: Industrial Robots Dynamics, LabVIEW application in modeling and simulation of the dynamic behavior of robots, Technological Transport Systems, Electrohydraulic Servosystems, Analyze and Syntese of Electrohydraulic Servosistems for Industrial Robots, Personal and social robots and Vibration of the virtual prototypes of industrial robots. Prof. Adrian Olaru has published over 160 national and international papers concerning modeling and simulation of hydraulic power system, technological transport systems, electrical and hydraulic servo systems and dynamic behavior of industrial robots. For recent relevant details, see the publication list and the web page. He also has substantial contribution for over than ten technical books. Prof. Adrian Olaru was invited professor of the prestigious universities arround the world and the invited speacker at the different international conferences from Slovakie, France, Italy, China, India, Iran, Poland, Autrich, Rusian Federation, United Arab Emirates, Turkie, Croatie. He was coopted each year in the more than 30 International Technical Committees and like general co-chair from the different international conferences arroun the world: USA, Australy, India, United Arab Emirates, Porto Rico, China, Singapore, Malayesia, Japan, Tayland, Slovaky, Czech Republic.

Title of presentation:  Software Platform for the Assisted Research of the Kinematics and Dynamics of Industrial Robots

Abstract— The paper presents a software platform made with LabVIEWTM for the assisted research of the kinematic and dynamic behavior of industrial robots. The platform comprises a series of virtual instrumentation LabVIEWTM programs (subVI-s) with: the input data modules in the form of several clusters with the parameters of the trapezoidal velocity characteristics of each joint, the axes of movement and the type of each joints, the dimensions of each body, the graph associated to the robot’s structure, the incidence matrices bodies - joints and joints- bodies, as well as the control buttons for movement up or down with or without object in the end- effecter, some modules with 2D characteristics of positions, velocities, accelerations, forces and moments in each joints and also the 3D characteristics of them. The research of the current stage shows that such a complex platform like this was not realized, the current research being limited to the animation of motion trajectories, determining the characteristics of positions, velocities, accelerations, forces and moments without the possibility of changing all motion parameters and robot’sdimensions and without show how these parameters change the behavior. The paper studies the case of an articulated arm type robot, but the platform can be used for any type of robot with four degrees of freedom (DOF). Bardac Doru

University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania

Now, associat profesor in the department of technology from IMST faculty, University Politehnica of Bucharest.

Inginer principal Grad II si Sef Birou Tehnic Fabrica de Scule, IMA Semanatoarea, Bvd. Splaiul Independentei, Bucuresti, Fabricatie, proiectare si cercetare stiintifica. Vizita documentare masini unelte CNC produse de firma Feeler Taiwan, Centre CNC Veritcale, Centre CNC Orizontale, Strunguri CNC. Fair Friend Enterprise Co., LTD. Headquarter,, Vizita documentare masini unelte CNC produse de firma Mori Seiki Japonia- Centre CNC Verticale, Centre CNC Orizontale, Strunguri CNC; Programator CNC- Training Course CNC Programming Advanced - GE Fanuc Automation Europe S.A., Zone Industrialle, Luxemburg; Cercetator

Invatamant la distanta; Universitatea din Porto- Cercetator-  Tehnologii avansate de prelucrare cu viteze mari-  Universitatea Tehnica – Liege; Cercetator - Tehnologii avansate de prelucrare cu superabrazivi - Universitatea Politehnico di Torino; Inginer- Tehnologia Constructiilor de Masini , Specializare Tehnologia Constructiilor de Masini

Tehnologia Constructiilor de Masini, Scule Aschietoare, Dispozitive Organizarea si Conducerea Intreprinderilor, Tehnologii neconventionale, Programarea masinilor de taiat prin electroeroziune cu fir.

Institutul Politehnic Bucuresti, Facultatea TCM, Specialitatea TCM.

Title of prezentation: Taiwan Takisawa technology- solution for high productivity Dahlin CNC machines create added value- the best solution for Romania industries

 Prof. Vlad Muresan

Technical University Cluj-Napoca, Romania

was born in Zalǎu, Sǎlaj, Romania, in 1983. He received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in Automation and Applied Anformatics from the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Cluj, Romania (in 2007 and in 2009) and the Ph.D. degree in Systems Engineering from Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Cluj, Romania, in 2010. Since 2008 he is a member of staff in the Automation Department, Faculty of Automation and Computer Science, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (Since 2014 he is Associate Professor and since 2017 he is Ph.D. coordinator).

The main research interests are: mathematical modeling and numerical simulation of distributed parameter processes, industrial plant control, isotope separation processes (modeling and control), advanced control of the metallurgical processes, intelligent control, biomedical processes, fractional-order systems etc.

He published more than 130 papers in journals or communicated at international conferences, he is the main author or coauthor of 9 technical books and he participated in 11 research contracts as manager or as member in the research team. Also, he is IFAC (International Federation of Automatic Control) member and he received the Best Paper Award in 5 international conferences.   


Title of  prezentation: “Modeling, Simulation and Control for Isotropic Separation Processes”

Abstract: “In the presentation, the domain of isotopic separation processes is approached. In this context, the production processes of some isotopes, as 15N,18O and 13C, are detailed. For each production process, the solution of obtaining the mathematical model of the corresponding separation plant operation is presented. The main challenge in modeling the separation processes is due to the fact that they are distributed parameter processes. Also, the main original strategies proposed for controlling the operation of the approached isotopic separation processes are exposed.”   











Prof.Radu Rugescu

University Politehnica of Bucharest

Manager of the ADDA Private Company


Dr. Radu D. Rugescu, university professor, married (daughter and son), born in Bucharest, Romania, E. U. was affiliated since 1969 with University “Politehnica” ofBucharest (UPB), successively from assistant professor to full professor. With expertise in Space Technology and Astronautics, specifically Propulsion, Thermochemistry, Astrodynamics, Optimization, Statistics, Programming, Robotics and Manufacturing Technology, he has taught courses in Romanian, English and German languages.He has received the Doctor in Science degree from UPB in Aerodynamics and Fluid Mechanics and performed several specializations in Germany and USA. He is the founder President of ADDA-Association Dedicated to Development in Astronautics since 1959, incorporated as LLC in 1991, now the owner of the space propulsion large test facility in Fagaras city, Romania. Dr. Rugescu first presented a public conference on Space Flight in May 16, 1959, at the National College St. Sava in Bucharest, Romania followed by micro-rocket launches, a largely mediatized event. His research firsts include a Genuine Solid Rocket Propellant in 1959, The first Romanian liquid propellant rocket engine in 1969, the first Capture of freezing temperature of water-gas reaction in 1982, the firstRomanian air-breathing rocket engine in 1987, a New variational method for discontinuous integrands in 1997, a new technology for Air captured imaging and TV live transmission from high altitude airplanes of solar eclipse in 1999, Non-Keplerian gravity coupling of very large space structures in 2004, Solar gravity- assisted Accelerator in 2006, The unit histogram for scarce statistical information in 2008, the first Romanian Rocket-to-ground telemetry transmission in 2010 (in cooperation), Micro-thruster for spacecraft orientation and Graphometric process and device in 2013, Retroinjector for instable liquids and theCombined Rocket Engine in 2014, Rocket engine with free nozzle in 2015 and others. He was PI in the ORVEAL project, granted by UEFISCDI to ADDA LLC in 2012 for a four-year development of the third stage of the Romanian orbital launcher SPARTACUS, scientific director in the 4 mills euro MORALISS- NERVA project in 2016 and in other 23 national and 7 international R&D grants. Dr. Rugescu is inventor in four patents and authors 3 other patent applications under evaluation in Romania. He is member of the Astronautics Commission of the Romanian Academy since 1975, member of theInternational Institute for Acoustics and Vibrations since 2002, of the Working Group for the Space Elevatorof the International Academy of Astronautics since 2004, of the American Chemical Society since 2010, of the History Committee of the International Academy of Astronautics since 2011, of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers-ASME since 2013, founding member of the Romanian-US Alumni Association since 2013, and in other societies. He was nominated in 2011 by the Romanian government and proposed again in 2016 as board member of the National Commission for Academic Titles CNATDCU in Aerospace and Transportation.

Dr. Rugescu was honored with the “Henry Coanda” prize of the Romanian Academy in 2013.


Title of presentation: Combined Rocket Engine Solution for the Orbital Stage of SPARTACUS launcher.

Abstract: ADDA develops, since 2008, the low cost, proprietary orbital rocket launcher, designed to transfer part of an existing military weapon, planned for retirement, into a cost efficient, safe, and responsive space vehicle. Initially named as the NERVA program, ADDA has changed its name into SPARTACUS nano-launcher program, to avoid the unpleasant confusion with the American homonymous space project, based on the publicly undesired atomic propulsion system. On the contrary, the SPARTACUS three stage orbital rocket will be created from point modification of three SA2 soil-to-air anti-aircraft obsolete missiles, acquired with no cost and basically ecological. The modification is evaluated to build into a $50.000 total cost per launch of SPARTACUS, launch and tracking operations included. One of the main contributions of the ADDA team to the SPARTACUS system is the proprietary third stage, able to add approx. 4000 m/s in horizontal velocity to the ADDASAT 2 kg payload at orbital altitude and inject it into a low Earth circular orbit of 100 miles above sea level, at 45° inclination to the equator. This stage is developed from the ORVEAL combined rocket engine (CRE), presently on the test stand, and presents a cheap and highly efficient solution, with minimal number of mechanical parts in its construction. It includes a new feed principle for the liquid oxidizer and is presented to show how it solves, with no moving parts, the proper delivery of the liquid, at constant flow rate, into the combustion afterburner in a very elegant manner. The new CRE exploits in a new way the old expertise of the Romanian industry of double-base rocket propellants, with a high potential of economic profit. This is the first international presentation of the ORVEAL and SPARTACUS development.

Eng.Amer HAIDAR 

Numerical simulation expert at structural analysis team

RENAULT NISSAN group- Bucharest-Romania

- Master degree in Engineering Quality and management- Stefan ce Mare University of Suceava- Romania. 

- Master degree in Marine Engineering- Tishreen University- Syria 

- Bachelor degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Industries- Tehran polytechnic University- Iran 

Title of presentation: Design an integrated system between finite element analysis and lifecycle quality management 

Quality assurance and efficient management are basic titles for any successful industry in our days, furthermore using computer simulation and numerical analysis should the keys to obtaining these goals in the global market. Designers and managers can get benefits from science and technology to achieve the best possible product in the lowest possible cost.

The new approach in Quality management can be seen now by using simulation to improve life-cycle quality for any type of products, which leads us more and more toward hybrid industry and automation design.

Prof.Adrian Stoica

University Politehnica of Bucharest


Adrian-Mihail Stoicagraduated the Faculty of Automatic Control and Computer Science of University “Politehnica” ofBucharest in 1979andhe received the Ph.D. degree in control engineering in 1993. He is a professor at Faculty of Aerospace Engineering of University “Politehnica” of   Bucharest, his research interests including automatic flight control systems, robust control theory, estimation and filtering, numerical algorithms. Professor Stoicais author or co-author of five monographs and more than one hundred fifty refereed journalsand conferences papers. He is member of the Technical Committee on Aerospace of  International Federation of Automatic Control(IFAC) and member of American Mathematical Society (AMS).

Title of presentation: H-infinity distributed controller design for multi-agent systems

Abstract. The paper presents a design methodology of a distributed H-infinity controller for multi-agent systems with identical agents. It is proved that the distributed controller depends both on the solutions of the local H-infinity problem and on the sparsity of the Laplacian and the topology of the associated graph. The theoretical results and proposed procedures are illustrated by an application of flight formation with different geometries. 

Prof. Ph. D. Eng. Gabriel JIGA

Strength of Materials Department

Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Robotics

University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, Romania

Qualifications and studies: PhD Degree in Industrial Engineering (1997) Bachelor of Science Degree in Machine Building Technology (1986) - Faculty of Engineering and Management of Technological Systems, POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest, (Romania). Experience in Education and Education Management: Professor, Associate Professor, Lecturer, Research Assistant/engineer, from: 2004, 1997, 1994, 1990 in the Department of Strength of Materials, Vice-dean (2008-2012) and (2012-2016) - Faculty of Engineering and Management of Technological Systems, POLITEHNICA University of Bucharest, (Romania). Experience and knowledge related to research in the field of advanced materials. 2005 – Marie Curie projects evaluator (48 projects) in Brussels (EIF Mobility 5 – 20 projects, IIF Mobility 7 – 15 projects, OIF Mobility 6 – 13 projects).Project manager POSDRU/161/2.1/G/136467, „First steps to a successfull carrier”– PRIMUS,Long term expert in POSDRU/86/1.2./S/56872 Project, „Inter-universities virtual community for science, technology, innovation and capitalization of intellectual properties”, Project manager in Excellence in Research project CEEX 211/2006 “Research on modular elements achievement destined for the increase of impact strength of the safety guardrails”. Project manager in Excellence in Research project  CEEX 213/2006 “Research on achievement of modular elements made from composite materials in order to increase the mechanical shocks of cabins protective structure”.Trainer in the frame of several European projects E-learning, IT (Leonardo da Vinci, Grundtvig). Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Student Professional Contest in Strength of materials. Chairman of the first and IVthInternational Conference of Structural Analysis of Advanced Materials ICSAAM 2005, ICSAAM 2011, held in Bucharest and Sinaia. Vice-chairman at the IInd(Patras), IIIrd (Tarbes), Vth(Patras) and VIth(Porto) International Conference of Advanced Materials. At present ERASMUS+ Coordinator in University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest.


Title of presentation: Researches on the behavior of PLA sandwich structures, with different core configurations loaded in three points bending




Prof. Dr. Osman Adiguzel

Firat University, Elazig, Turkey


Dr. Osman Adiguzel graduated from Department of Physics, Ankara University, Turkey in 1974 and received PhD- degree from Dicle University, Diyarbakir-Turkey. He studied at Surrey University, Guildford, UK, as a post doctoral research scientist in 1986-1987, and his studies focused on shape memory alloys. He worked as research assistant, 1975-80, at Dicle University and shifted to Firat University in 1980. He became professor in 1996, and he has been retired due to the age limit of 67; following academic life of 45 years. He published over 60 papers in international and national journals; He joined over 100 conferences and symposia in international and national level as Plenary Speaker, Keynote Speaker, Invited speaker, speaker or Poster presenter. He served the program chair or conference chair/co-chair in some of these activities. In particular, he joined in last six years (2014 - 2019) over 60 conferences as Speaker, Keynote Speaker and Conference Co-Chair organized by different companies in different countries.

Additionally, he retired at the end of November 2019, and contributed with Keynote/Plenary Speeches to 11 Virtual/Webinar Conferences in the first year of his retirement, 2020.  Dr. Adiguzel servedhis directorate of Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences, Firat University in 1999-2004. He supervised 5 PhD- theses and 3 M.Sc theses. He is also Technical committee member of many conferences. He received a certificate which is being awarded to him and his experimental group in recognition of   significant contribution of 2 patterns to the Powder Diffraction File – Release 2000. The ICDD(International Centre for Diffraction Data) also appreciates cooperation of his group and interest in Powder Diffraction File. Scientific fields of Dr. Adiguzel: Shape memory effect and displacive phase transformations in shape memory alloys and other alloys, molecular dynamics simulations, alloy modeling, electron microscopy, electron diffraction, x-ray diffraction and crystallography.

Title of prezentation: Shape Reversibility and Temperature Deformation Relations in Shape Memory Alloy

Heat treatment, homogenization and phase transformations have great importance in the processing of materials as a tool in industry and other field. Shape memory effect is a temperature dependent phenomenon exhibited by certain alloy systems called shape memory alloys which take place in the class of smart and functional materials, due to the response to the variation of temperature and external conditions. These alloys have dual characteristics called thermoelasticity and superelasticity. Thermoelasticity is governed by thermal and stress induced martensitic transformations on cooling and stressing, and performed thermally on heating and cooling after first cooling and stressing processes. Superelasticity is governed by stress induced transformation by stressing and releasing materials at a constant temperature in parent phase region. 

Shape memory alloys can be plastically deformed with external stress in the low temperature product phase condition and recover the original shape on heating, and cycle between original and deformed shapes on cooling and heating, respectively. The origin of this phenomenon lies in the fact that the material changes its internal crystalline structure with changing temperature. Shape memory effect involves a crystallographic phase transformation, martensitic transformation, on cooling and reverse austenitic transformation on heating.  

Thermal induced martensite occurs along with lattice twinning and ordered parent phase structures turn into twinned martensite structures by means of lattice invariant shears, and these structures turn into detwinned martensitic structures by means of stres induced transformation. Lattice Twinning occurs in two opposite directions, <110 > -type directions on the {110}-type plane of austenite matrix in self-accommodating manner and consists of lattice twins. 

The twinning occurs with internal stresses, while detwinning occurs with the external stresses. Twinning and detwinning processes can be considered as elementary processes activated during the transformations. Temperature has great importance in the thermomechanical behavior of shape memory alloys.  Shape memory effect is performed in a temperature interval after first cooling and stressing processe,  whereas superelasticity is performed mechanically in a constant temperature in parent phase region, just over the austenite finish temperature. Deformation at different temperature exhibits different behavior beyond shape memory effect and superelasticity. 

Copper based alloys exhibit this property in metastable beta-phase region, which has bcc based structures at high temperature parent phase field. Lattice invariant shear is not uniform in thesealloys and cause to the formation of complex layered structures, depending on the stacking sequences on the close-packed planes of the ordered lattice.

In the present contribution; x-ray and electron diffractionstudies were carried out on two solution treated copper based CuZnAl and CuAlMn alloys. Electron and x-ray diffraction exhibit super lattice reflections. Specimens of these alloys were aged at room temperature, at which both alloys are in martensitic state, and a series of x-ray diffractions were taken at different stages of aging in a long-term interval. X-Ray diffraction profiles taken from the aged specimens in martensitic conditions reveal that crystal structures of alloys chance in diffusive manner, and this result refers to the stabilization.

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