KEYNOTE SPEAKERS 2020
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: 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.
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: Method for the Kinematic Analysis of the Vehicle Axle Guiding Mechanisms
Abstract: The lecture deals with the presentation of an analytical method for the kinematic analysis of the axle guiding mechanisms that are commonly used to guide the rear axles of commercial and off-road vehicles. The method can be applied / adapted for most types of axle guiding mechanisms (at least those commonly used). Unlike the most existing kinematic analysis methods, which involve the development and solving of nonlinear equation systems, with the subsequent disadvantages, the method proposed here is based on linear systems, which are easy to solve. The computation program was developed by using the programming environment Borland Delphi.
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: A NOVEL DESIGN for AERIAL ROBOTS to ENHANCE FLIGHT PERFORMANCE
Abstract: In this speech, a novel idea for a vertical takeoff and landing aerial robot is proposed to overcome the defects in conventional designs. Here, the coupling between translational and rotational movements that usually end up reducing flight performance and increasing control effort is eliminated by decreasing the number of main rotors and adding extra small ducted fans in an innovative scheme. The robot, named TubeDuct, can reach any position in space in a favorable horizontal attitude in order to accomplish the predefined mission with less power consumption and better performance. A linear control strategy is also proposed for this vehicle. The results are supported by nonlinear mathematical modeling and simulation, using ANSYS and MATLAB/Simulink.
“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 comparative assessment of the manufacturing process alternatives
Abstract: The method proposes an innovative approach in the analysis of potentially optimal solutions, based on their rankings. The method is designed to assist the selection of the optimal continuation variant for the manufacturing process, at a certain decision level. The application of the comparative assessment method is done after the causal identification completion, respectively after the adoption of a set of cause-variables describing the effect-variable of interest at the present moment.The comparative assessment of the potential alternatives is made by reffering them to the cases of already performed manufacturing processes. The method is based on the definition of a proximity function, whose form results by modelling a set of previously performed processes and which can be used for evaluating the nearness between the different cases.
Prof.Ph.D.Eng. Costel Cotet
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 presentation: The hidden part of digital twinning in industrial manufacturing architectures
Abstract: Manufacturing smart connected products require a smart connected manufacturing architecture based on IoT power and digital twinning. This "technology stack" provides a gateway for data exchange between the various work points, transport systems, transfer systems, buffers and integrates data from business systems, external sources, and other related products. To summarize smart, connected products require smart, connected manufacturing architectures. Furthermore, smart connected manufacturing architectures require a mixture of IoT, digital twinning, virtual and augmented reality.This lecture is not about digital twinning, virtual and augmented reality as a better reality. At a general level, this lecture is about digital twining and to a certain extent about virtual and augmented reality as tools to improve reality. More specific, this lecture is about a less obvious twining paradigm in manufacturing architectures, based on material flow theory. To start with, the lecture will present fundamentals on some significant topics: digital twining for generic manufacturing or processing architectures; major characteristics of discrete, continuous and hybrid material flow; mathematical and virtual modelling; material flow simulating algorithms used as major digital twinning applications in different engineering areas. After that, the accent is put on exploring different possibilities to increase productivity and profit in manufacturing architectures using this approach based on virtual modelling and simulation. The proposed main topics are specific to digital twinning in diffused and concentrated manufacturing architectures as virtual modelling of the manufacturing architecture structural elements or primary diagnosis and optimization algorithms for manufacturing architectures in Industry 4.0 context.
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:
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: Neutrosophic Theory Applied in the Multi Objectives Optimization of the Robot’s Joints Accelerations with the Virtual LabVIEW Instrumentation
Abstract—One of the most important problem to solve in the robots Kinematics and Dynamics is analyze of the joint’s angular and linear accelerations. Because the movements of the robot’s bodies going in the 3D space, the mathematical algorithm must be written in the complex matrix form. The paper show how some cases of the trapezoidal relatives’ velocities characteristics in a joints determine the variation of the acceleration’s vectors in the 3D space. The maximal values of these variations of the angular and linear accelerations influence the variation of the moments and forces. The analyze was made by using the Neutrosophic theory and vitual LabVIEW instrumentation. In a literature are described some methods of the assisted analyze of the acceleration without show the used mathematical model, without one critical analyze of the cases that must be avoid and finally without some conclusions for the researchers. The paper shown all LabVIEW virtual instruments (VI) used for this assisted research. By solving the assisted research of the acceleration will be open the way to the assisted research of the robots’ dynamic behavior, to choose the optimal constructive and functional parameters (dimensions of the bodies, simultaneously, successive or complex configurations of the movements in the robot’s joints, optimal values of the constant relative joint’s velocities, etc.) of the robots to obtain the minimum variation of the forces and moments. The method that was shown in the paper solves one small part of the complex problems of the robot’s kinematics and dynamics.
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