International Conference on Advances in Manufacturing Technology – ICAMT 2012 is organized by Chennai Institute of Technology in association with ACMEE on 15th – 17th June 2012. Mission of ICAMT 2012 conference is to bridge the gap between academicians and industry in the field of Manufacturing Technology.
SCOPE OF ICAMT2012
Manufacturing is and will remain as one of the principal means through which wealth is created. The emergence of new manufacturing technologies, spurred by competition, will lead to exceptional innovative and new products and processes. It is thus essential that the manufacturing industry be prepared to implement advanced manufacturing methods in time. A critical step in preparing for the future will be the development of an underlying technical foundation through research by industry and academic institutions, which must be guided by a clear vision of manufacturing in the 21st century and an understanding of the fundamental challenges that must be met to realize this vision. Economic growth and international competitiveness mostly depend on the generation and transfer of knowledge and technology.
The aim of this conference is to provide an interdisciplinary platform for engineers, researchers and people from industries to discuss and promote distribution of research results and technology transfer in all areas of manufacturing technology and automation. The present conference with a focused theme on “Global Trends and Challenges in Manufacturing Technology” comes at an appropriate time when India and the whole world are going for a major expansion in Manufacturing Technology. Manufacturing has benefited the world with recent developments in manufacturing process, Material process, Machine tools, cutting tools, robotics & automation , micro and nano technologies, computer applications in design, analysis, manufacturing and quality management.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Metals, Plastics, Ceramics, composites, Glass, adhesives, polymers, biopolymers, Nano materials,
Material structure and properties, advanced materials and selection of materials.
Metal Casting, forming, shaping, forging, Extrusion, Drawing, sheet metal Forming, fusion welding,
solid state welding, Strip cast welding, brazing, soldering, adhesive bonding, mechanical fastening,
Processing of powder metals & super conductors, Surface treatments, surface coatings and cleaning,
heat treatment and advanced material processes.
Conventional manufacturing process, precision manufacturing, High speed machining,
Reverse engineering, concurrent engineering, rapid prototyping, Sustainable manufacturing,
green Manufacturing, energy efficient manufacturing, fabrication of microelectronic devices.
Abrasive machining, Grinding, Chemical machining, Electric discharge machining,
Laser beam machining, Nano fabrication, Micro machining and economics of advanced machining process.
Structures, Drives and controls, Design and development of conventional and non conventional machine tools ,
Precision and high speed machine tools, Cutting tools, tool coatings, Tooling for production,
assembly and disassembly, testing and machine evaluation,
Vibrations and machine tools for micro and nano machining.
CAD/CAM, CAE, CAPP, CNC, FMC, FMS, CIM, RMS, Robotics, AGVs, AS/RS,
Mechatronics, low cost automation, sensors, artificial intelligence, expert system & adaptive control.
Ultra precision measurements, Reliability, Linear and angular measurement, laser and advances in metrology, computer aided tolerances and surface finish.
Metrology, Machine vision, Condition monitoring, destructive and non destructive testing, Human factors engineering, Preventive maintenance, Process controls and TQM, Value engineering.
Manufacturing planning, scheduling and control, Mems, Nems, System modelling and simulation,
sensors in intelligent manufacturing, Rapid response manufacturing, JIT, Lean and Agile manufacturing,
Ergonomics, Logistics and supply chain management, Reliability engineering and TPM.
GUIDELINES TO AUTHOR
Simultaneous submissions(papers already submitted to other
conferences/ journals) are not allowed.
All papers must follow strict IEEE formatting instructions. Violation
of which leads to rejection of the paper.
Please do not submit plagiarised papers. Strict actions will be taken
against the authors of those papers.
Paper must be in pdf format and must satisfy following requirements
- Paper Size: US Letter format (8.5″ x 11″).
- Paper Length: Up to 6 pages, including figures, tables & references. A
maximum of two additional pages are permitted, with an additional charge of
INR 1000 per page, to be paid during author registration.
- Paper Formatting: double column, single spaced, 10pt Times New Roman font.
- Margins: Left, Right, and Bottom: 0.75″ (19mm). The top margin must be 0.75″
(19 mm), except for the title page where it must be 1″ (25 mm).
- File Size Limitation: 5.0MB.
- No page numbering on the manuscript is allowed.
In order to publish their paper in the conference proceeding, the authors are
required to submit a signed IEEE copyright form for each accepted paper.
Submission: The online submission of the paper can be done
through Easy Chair link
|Last Date for Abstract Submission||10 January 2012|
|Notification of Acceptance||10 February 2012|
|Final Paper Submission Date||10 March 2012|
|Registration without late fee||30 April 2012|
|Conference Date||15th – 17th June 2012|
ICAMT – 2012,
Chennai Institute of Technology,
Kundrathur,Chennai – 600 069
Tamil Nadu, India.
Mob: +918939917084 / 85 /88 /90