KEYNOTE SPEAKERS 2019
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Prof.Shigeki Toyama- Head of the robots
laboratory- Tokyo University- Japan
General chair of the conferences
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: Deep-sea drone with spherical 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.Ramesh Kumar Choudhary-
Vice rector of the Sage University from Indore, India
Professor Ramesh Kumar Choudhary is Pro Vice Chancellor and Professor in Computer Science & Engineering Department at SAGE University Indore and previously has been Director of Engineering colleges/Group of Institutions for a long time. . He obtained Master of Science in Engineering from Moscow Academy of Instrument Making and Information Sciences , Moscow and Ph.D. from VMU, Salem and Post Doc. from Bournemouth University United Kingdom . Prof. Choudhary has authored ‘Testing of Fault Tolerance Techniques’ Published by Lambert Academic Publishing , Germany , “Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing 452” and “Advances in Intelligent Systems and computing 562” by Springer. He has been Indian counter part of four prestigious research and mobility project of ERUSMUS MUNDUS funded by European Commission. He has been visiting research scholar to Association for Artificial Intelligence , Guangzhou University of Technology , China and been awarded lifelong membership to Extension Engineering Specialized Committee . Current area of research are software engineering and fault tolerant computing. He is fellow Institutions of Engineers (India) , Institutions of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers and member of IEEE, ACM,ISTE , Chinese Association for Artificial Intelligence. He has published Technia: International Journal Computing Science & Communication Technologies (ISSN 0974-3375)( http:// techniajournal .com) indexed by Electronic Journal Library (EJL), DRIJ, IIFS for continuously 10 years. He has organized and edited the proceedings of 11 International conferences in association with IEEE, IE(I), CSI, IETE, Springer and Inderscience.
Title of presentation: AI Framework for language processing through image processing
Abstract: Computers have got much better at translation, voice recognition and speech synthesis but still don’t understand the meaning of language. Computers have made huge strides in recognizing human speech. Computer translation have got strikingly better , but still need human input and so computer translation is still known as “machine translation “ . Machines still cannot conduct proper conversations with humans because they do not understand the world. Language processing software along with the artificial intelligence and image processing to interpret body language of human may improve the accuracy of software. Such software may make machines capable of true conversations with human being.
Dept. "Rocket engines"
Moscow Aviation Institute (NRU), Rusia
Graduated Moscow aviation institute, engine faculty 1978, Candidate of technical science 1988, Doctor of technical science 1996 (by State High Attestation Commission, 1978 – 1980 Air Force officer; 1980 – 1989 Engineer-designer, research fellow in LPRE vibration and acoustics (ENERGOMASH, Russia); 1989 – 1995Research fellow in vibration and acoustics of turbomachines (MAI, Russia); 1993 – 1995Research project with SNECMA (France); 1994 – 2017 Director General (Intere Ltd, Russia); 1994 – 2005 International Research projects (CETIM, VALEO, KSB, SNECMA, FAPMO, INSA etc.);;1995 – 2002 Professor in fluid mechanics (MSIU, Russia); 2002 – 2004 Research fellow (project NORMA, INSA, France) ; 2012 – 2018 Head of the Department 202 “Rocket Engines” (MAI, Russia); 2004 – 2019Head of Laboratory of Numerical Modeling (SRC NT MAI, Russia); 2004 – 2019 Professor in theory and calculation of turbomachines (MAI, Russia); Scientific activities: Unsteady processes in turbomachines;Sound generation by vortex flow;Computational fluid mechanics and acoustics;Cavitation and cavitation damage in pumps ; Calculation, profiling of pumps, turbines and compressors
http://lnkd.in/8seHt4, ResearcherID: I-4444-2013, ScopusID: 9842433200, SPIN-код: 7926-2571
Sergey Timushev was born in 1955,graduated from Moscow Aviation Institute (MAI) in 1978.Since 1980, he worked for Buran space program and from 1992, within Moscow Aviation Institute, for Arianne-Vulcain project. He made many experimental and computational studies in the field of pressure pulsation and vibration in centrifugal turbopump units of Liquid Propellant Rocket Engines (LPRE), including reduction of pressure pulsation and vibration caused by cavitation, reverse flows, acoustical amplification. In 1986, he proposed the original method for numerical modeling of pressure pulsation in centrifugal machines. The last decade he works on the problem of computational prediction of pressure pulsation in centrifugal pumps and ventilators and reduction of vibration and noise in such machines. In 2002-2004 he worked for EU scientific project NORMA on noise and vibration reduction in high speed ships. He received hisDr.Tech.Sc. degree in 1996 on numerical modeling of pressure pulsations in centrifugal pumps and ventilators. He is author and co-author of 100scientific papers and is an affiliate member of the INCE/Europe, member of IIAV and ASME. Currently he works as a professor of turbomachinery in the Department 202 “Rocket Engines” of MAI.
Title of presentation:Unsteady Flow and Pressure Pulsations in Bladed Machines
Bladed machines operation is accompanied by pressure pulsations in flow paths and by hydrodynamic vibration of structure members. Great attention is paid to measurements and control of a level of pressure pulsations and vibration both in operation and, in particular, during development testing. Pressure pulsations and vibration bear information on the dynamic stresses the engine structure members are subjected to. Dynamic stresses imposed on the effective static stresses result in fatigue failure of structure members. The higher are static and dynamic stresses, the more likely is the fatigue failure of a member and the shorter is non-failure operation life of the unit. A unique dependence between dynamic stresses, acting in specific members, and measured pressure pulsations and vibrations is usually unknown. A permissible level of pressure pulsations and vibration is determined experimentally in bench tests. Many studies both in Russia and abroad were dedicated to investigation of working fluid pressure pulsations, vibration and noise of centrifugal pumps and other turbomachines. The experimental data have shown direct relationship between pressure pulsations in the bladed-machine flow path and its vibration-noise characteristics. The presence of intensive pressure pulsations is typical for all types of centrifugal pumps and other radial turbomachines. Under certain conditions the pressure pulsations in the centrifugal pump outlet, for example, in outlet volute may reach the values hazardous for the structure integrity. The study of pressure pulsations in the pump cavity gives information on variable loads, acting on structure members, it has been found during measurement by strain gauges of dynamic stresses at leading edges of guide vanes of the centrifugal pump that in the range of flow rates of 0.6 – 1.0 of its optimal value the dynamic stresses are directly proportional to the amplitudes of pressure pulsations. Physicalandmathematical model of pulsating flow in the centrifugal pump developed by considering non-linear character of oscillations generation process and acoustic nature of their propagation in the working circuit of the pump.
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 - )
Title of presentation: Design of the mechatronic system used for improving the efficiency of the solar energy conversion devices
Abstract: The paper addresses a subject of global interest, which provides alternatives to major problems resulting from the use of fossil resources: the limitative character, the pollution and the greenhouse effect. The work deals with researches in the field of increasing the efficiency of the solar energy conversion devices by the use of mechatronic tracking systems, which automatically change the position of the collector/panel (photovoltaic or thermal) according to the sun position, maximizing in this way the amount of incident solar radiation. Two main aspects are considered: optimizing the interaction between the mechatronic system components by integrating the mechanical and control devices at the virtual prototype level, and reducing the cost and time for the design process by replacing the traditional tests on physical models with the testing in virtual environment, using accurate virtual models.
Sharif University of Technology Tehran, Iran
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: Nonlinear Fault-Tolerant Trajectory Tracking Control of a Quadrotor UAV
Abstract: An adaptive fault-tolerant sliding mode control is presented in this paper. A regular sliding mode controller is designed as the inner loop of the control structure, while in the outer loop the desired trajectory components are converted to the desired attitude. The problem of identification of the faulty subsystems’ dynamics is converted to the mathematical problem of determining the unknown coefficients of a Linear-In-Parameter (LIP) model. Subsequently, an effective observer is developed in the paper based on the well-known Online Sequential Extreme Learning Machine (OS-ELM) approach in order to identify the dynamics of faulty subsystems and afterward, a disturbance observer is proposed to estimate the effects of external disturbances on the dynamic model. Furthermore, the stability of the closed-loop system is analyzed based on the Lyapunov theorem. The introduced control structure is applied to a quadrotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) for tracking a predefined trajectory in the 3D environment. The simulation results demonstrate that using the proposed control scheme, the air vehicle can follow the desired trajectory in the presence of simultaneous actuator faults and external disturbances.
“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: Method for Holistic Optimization of the Manufacturing Process
Abstract: This paper concerns a new approach of the optimization problem, intending to turn into profit the last evolutions from IT domain. On the base of this approach, both new concept (the holistic optimization), and method (“zoom & pick”) for its implementation it in manufacturing process optimization were developed. According to the new concept, the optimization problem gets a new structure, which includes not only the optimal solution finding, but also the optimal formalization of the problem as well as the tooling for assessing the position of potential solutions relative to the optimal one. The method for holistic optimization successively addresses the optimized object at different levels of its description. The main application domain is the manufacturing process from “Make to Order” environment, which is difficult to optimize because of dealing with a wide range of products.
Head of the Department
Institute of Solid Mechanics of
Romanian Academy, Romania
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: Versatile intelligent portable robot platform developed through adaptive networked control
Abstract: The paper presents a VIPRO versatile, intelligent and mobile platform for robots developed through adaptive networked control, using an original virtual projection method which involves the representation of modern mobile robots in a 3D virtual environment. For this is used a strong robotic simulator, an open architecture system and adaptive networks over the classical control system of the robot, developing intelligent control interfaces that use advanced control technologies adapted to the robot environment such as extended control (Extenics), neutrosophic control, human adaptive mechatronics.
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: Modeling, Simulation and Validation of the Magneto-Rheological Damper with LabVIEW
Abstract: One of the most known method of the optimization of the dynamic behavior of the industrial robots is applying the magneto-rheological dampers in the robots joints. Among the priority directions that have been approached in this paper which resulted from the personal bibliographic research in this field are: choose one mathematical model of the magneto- rheological damper that it is very close to the real one, concomitant with the experimental research, in order to validate this model; completing the chosen mathematical model with new multi-parameter equations, so that the pattern adjustment operation to the real model become as simple as possible and with the smallest errors; introducing new parameters in the technique of optimizing the dynamic behavior of the robots and investigating the influence of these parameters to one studied case, one arm type didactical robot, depending on the modification of the parameters of the magneto-rheological damper. Among these new dynamic behavior parameters that will be researched can be mentioned: the viscose global dynamic damper coefficient (VGDDC), viscose global dynamic damper equivalent coefficient (VGDDEC), global dynamic transmissibility (GDT) and global dynamic compliance (GDC); research has been approached regarding the comparison of these coefficients in the industrial robots (IR) operation, with or without magneto-rheological damping; experimental determinations of the damping force versus the intensity of the magnetic field and some methods of the optimizing the dynamic behavior are shown. The mathematical matrix-vector model for dynamic behavior analysis of the IR was completed with the viscous friction force, depending on the intensity of the applied electrical field, the force that determines the on-line control of the variation of torque and the Fourier vibration spectrum.
Assoc.prof. 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,http://www.fairfriend.com.tw, 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