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Prof. Dong-Won Jung
Jeju national University, Republic of Korea

Professor Dong-Won Jung is a full professor from Jeju National University, which is one of Ten National Universities in Korea.

Professor Dong-Won Jung works in School of Mechancial Engineering. He has rich experience in metal forming field. He is a professional reviewer of plenty Journals, such as KSME (Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers), KSPE(Korean Society for Precision Engineering), KSTP(Korean Society for Technology of Plasticity), KSAE(Korean Society for Automobile Engineers), Journal of Ocean Engineering and Technology, Journal of Korea Society for Power System Engineering, the Korean Journal of CAE, etc. He also has lot of publications and academic conference experiences.
Speech Title: The spring back and bow defect  in roll forming process with pre-heating
Abstract: With the development of the automotive industry, the automotive industry put forward a new appeal of safety, environmental protection and energy saving. The emergence of high-strength steel meets the requirement of those highly impact factors. High strength steel not only can achieve the same strength but also effectively reduce the material thickness. High strength steel forming technique has been widely recognized on the market, so the insiders pay close attention to this technology. However, with the increase of strength, the elongation and plastic property of the sheet have been reduced, the forming performance decreased and it is difficult to make deformation at room temperature. At the same time, because of the work hardening, the product is easy to crack and have a large spring back angle. To solve this problem, some researchers come up a method to apply the pre-heat to the sheet before the forming process. With the preheat process, the microstructure of the steel has been changed, thereby affecting the phatic property and the elongation of the sheet, reduce the deformation resistance and make the sheet easier to deform. In this paper, we have set up a roll forming model with the high strength steel using ABAQUS software The sheet in these models have been measured the contour bow defect of displacement and the stress are used to analysis the deformation of the sheet. The spring back also has been developed in the simulations. At last, experiments were carried out to verify the validity of the proposed models.

Prof. Po-Liang Liu, National Chung-Hsing University, Taiwan

Po-Liang Liu is currently a Professor of Graduate Institute of Precision Engineering at National Chung-Hsing University (NCHU), Taiwan.  He had conducted postdoctoral research as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Distinguished Research Fellow Sheng-Hsien Lin’s laboratory at Academia Sinica, Taiwan since July 2003 and as a Postdoctoral Research Associate in Professor Ignatius S. T. Tsong’s laboratory at Arizona State University (ASU) since July 2004.  Since that time he conducted theoretical and computational research on the determination of interface and surface energies between epitaxial films and substrates.  He had also conducted some epitaxial growth experiments.  In addition, he collaborated actively with Professor John Kouvetakis and Andrew Chizmeshya of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at ASU.  He joined the faculty of National Chung-Hsing University as an Assistant Professor in 2006.  Since then his research has been funded continuously by grants awarded by the Ministry of Science and Technology and Ministry of Economic Affairs in Taiwan.  He has directed or co-directed 17 research projects dealing with surfaces and thin films of wide bandgap semiconductor and has received over U.S.$ 2,364,000 in grant support over the past 9 years. His research results have been published in over 30 articles in peer-reviewed journals and international conferences with an international circulation including the top journals such as “Physical Review Letters”.  His current research interests are in the field of semiconductor thin-film growth, nanotechnology, surface science, and hydrogen storages.  He had won 3rd Best Poster Awards out of 62 (40) posters in 2011 (2012) Conference on National Center for High-performance Computing-High Performance Computing, Hsinchu, Taiwan.  He was invited to serve as the Conference Chair, Keynote Speaker, or Session Chair in International Conference on Applied Physics and Mathematics (ICAPM) from 2014 to 2017.  He was also a Visiting Associate Professor in the Department of Physics of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway (Aug. 2014 – Jan. 2015).

Title: Ab initio study of phase stability in thin films
The ab initio theoretical approach based on density function theory (DFT) has become a widely used tool in the study of phase stability in thin films.  In this talk, I will give two examples of investigating the phase stability in thin films, which include a new deep ultraviolet semiconductor candidate ZnGa2O4 and texture transformation in Ag thin films.  Recently, zinc gallate (ZnGa2O4) materials have attracted much attention due to their transparent conductive properties in the near-ultraviolet region.   In this presentation, the transition from Zn-doped Ga8O12 to Zn8Ga16O32 formation will be discussed.  Furthermore, the strain-induced texture transformation from (111) to (100) of Ag thin film will also be calculated and compared by recent experimental evidences.  Our results can explain previous experimental observations of texture transformation in Ag thin films.

 

 

Assoc. Prof. RATCHATIN CHANCHAROEN
Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Dr. Ratchatin Chancharoen is currently an Associate Professor at the Mechanical Engineering Department, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. He received his BS degree in mechanical engineering from Chulalongkorn University in 1991, MS degree in mechanical engineering from Oregon State University in 1994, and PhD degree in mechanical engineering from Chulalongkorn University in 2000. Dr. Ratchatin Chancharoen has twenty years experience in robotics research including both manipulators and mobile robots and ten years in teaching both Robotics and Mechatronics at the university level. During these years, he has designed and built more than twenty robots in various configurations and published more than 20 research papers and one text book entitled "Linear Control Systems" (in Thai). He is principal investigator and co-investigator of a number of research grants in robotics and also the manager of a number of industrial projects in design and control. His major research activities involve tele-operation and control of robotics manipulators and mobile robots using various kinds of sensors, especially force and vision. His current research is the design a telerobot, a new type of robot, to work closely with human to do a higher level of tasks. The telerobot is designed with lighter frame, less power consumption, small footprint controller, and higher level of intelligence, compared to the industrial robot, to safely work in our working space. This type of robot will be populated in the near future as more complex tasks are demanded. His main research interests are in the field of Robotics and Mechatronics including new parallel robot configuration, new hardware processor, electronics, control algorithm, and intelligence.s.

Assoc.Prof. Tapas Kumar Maiti, Hiroshima University, Japan

Dr. Tapas Kumar Maiti is an Associate Professor at Hiroshima University, Japan, working on Micro/Nano Electronics, Compact Modeling, IC Simulation for Multi-Physics System, and Robotics. He spent two years as an Assistant Professor, three years as a researcher at HiSIM Research Center, Hiroshima University, Japan, and prior to that he worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at McMaster University, Canada for two years. He has more than 85 publications including books, journals, conference papers, invited presentations, user manuals, and magazines. Recently, he received IAAM Scientist Medal, Stockholm, Sweden. He served as a technical program committee member, session chair in various international conferences, and reviewer in several international journals. He led numerous projects involving TCAD of nano-engineered devices, compact modeling, solar cell, virtual laboratory, artificial organ, and robot system design.
He obtained his Master of Science degree with a gold medal in Physics from Vidyasagar University, India in 2005, then joined Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)–Kharagpur to carry out his research work on nano-engineered silicon CMOS transistors, and completed his PhD degree in Engineering from the Dept. of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Jadavpur University, India, 2009.
Speech Title: Multi-Discipline System Simulation for Robotics
Abstract: In this presentation, our current achievement on multi-domain system simulation for robotics is discussed. We implemented electrical, mechanical, and electro-mechanical models into the simulation tool which is applied to improve a real robot-leg movement on non-smooth ground surface. The leg movement is determined by the response of sensor network such as pressure-sensor network. The system simulation approach can be used to multi-discipline system design, analysis, and optimization for real hardware production, especially robot


Prof. Prakash.S, Sathyabama University, India

Professor Prakash Subramanaiam graduated from P.S.G.College of Technology in 1990 from Bharathiyar University and post graduated from Madras University in 2000. He received his Dr. Eng. degree from Sathyabama University 2011. He has been with the Department of Mechanical & Production Engineering at the Sathyabama Unviersity of Chennai since 1998. His research interests include Machning of Composites, Modelling and Optimization in manufacturing process. He has received four times Best Faculty Award from Sathyabama University for Teaching and Key note speaker in various International Conferences, CII –Chennai. He is Chairman of Indian Institute of Production Engineers (IIPE) Chennai chapter.He has also visited Malaysia for attending CDIO meeting. He has authored more than 65 journal and conference papers.Currently, he is also a Dean –School of Mechnical Engineering in Sathyabama University. He also one of the member in Board of Management in Sathyabama University.Professor Prakash Subramanaiam graduated from P.S.G.College of Technology in 1990 from Bharathiyar University and post graduated from Madras University in 2000. He received his Dr. Eng. degree from Sathyabama University 2011. He has been with the Department of Mechanical & Production Engineering at the Sathyabama Unviersity of Chennai since 1998. His research interests include Machning of Composites, Modelling and Optimization in manufacturing process. He has received four times Best Faculty Award from Sathyabama University for Teaching and Key note speaker in various International Conferences, CII –Chennai. He is Chairman of Indian Institute of Production Engineers (IIPE) Chennai chapter.He has also visited Malaysia for attending CDIO meeting. He has authored more than 65 journal and conference papers.Currently, he is also a Dean –School of Mechnical Engineering in Sathyabama University. He also one of the member in Board of Management in Sathyabama University.
Speech Title: SOME STUDIES ON WEAR BEHAVIOUR AND METALLURGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ALUMINIUM, COPPER, ZINC ALLOYS
Abstract: In this paper, brake linings are relatively soft but tough and heat-resistant since the lining is the portion of the braking system which converts the vehicle's kinetic energy into heat. The brake lining which is connected to the master cylinder and hydraulic cylinder which is located inside the brake drums. The lining must be capable of surviving high temperatures without excessive wear material. Purpose of the brake lining is that hydraulic fluid is passed in the brake lining and the hydraulic cylinder expands then the brake shoes or spinning the disc to stop or slow the vehicle.
The aluminium oxide with Silicon Carbide (Sic) as reinforcement is replaced with the existing components that are manufactured with Aluminum oxide reinforcement due to their higher wear resistance and creep resistance. Using the ceramics, the performance will be good because it has a high hardness, corrosion resistance and excellent thermal conductivity.
Using the aluminium oxide and silicon carbide in the wear test, the material strength and hardness were high to use in the brake lining. The microstructure of the prepared aluminium alloys was studied using the metallurgical characteristics SEM analysis and EDAX to know the elements used in the material. The wear test was studied using the PIN-ON-DISK test of the wear rate and coefficient of the friction.
The work explains about obtaining the optimum result in the wear by reinforcing metal matrix. The parent material used is Aluminum Oxide reinforced with Silicon Carbide, Copper and Zinc at different composition. The process carried out for fabricating the sample is powder metallurgy method by varying the different temperature. The results are analyzed by both wear characteristics and metallurgical characteristics. The optimum result of wear is obtained for the composition of Aluminum Oxide, Copper, Zinc and Silicon Carbide and the optimum result of coefficient of friction is obtained for the composition of Aluminum Oxide, Copper, Zinc.

 

Prof. Yusri Yusof, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) , Malaysia
Dr. Yusri Yusof is Professor in the Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at the Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM). He has a PhD in Manufacturing, which he obtained from the University of Loughborough, United Kingdom in the year 2007. His doctoral thesis was on STEP Compliant Approach to Turning Operations in manufacturing engineering and passes without correction his PhD viva. He is currently holding the administrative post as Director' Strategic Planning and Risk Management Office since 1st July 2017. He has been appointed as Dean, Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering for 2 terms at the Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM) since 1st November 2011 till 30 Jun, 2015, then as Director, International Office 2 years later. He has served as Senate member since 2011 till now. Dr. Yusri has had over 18 years’ experience of teaching in higher education. Dr Yusri has been invited 15 times as Keynote speaker local and International Conference and also served as International Committee almost 50 conferences in his area for last 5 years. Dr. Yusri has multidisciplinary research interests and his main areas of research are CAD/CAM and STEP-NC. He has published more than 50 international technical papers, mainly in CAD/CAM and advanced manufacturing. Dr. Yusri lead about 20 grant research project involved almost RM2 million under Sciencefund (MOSTI), Prototype Research Grant (PRGS), Fundamental Research Grant (FRGS) and Internal Research Fund under Intelligent Manufacture for STEP-NC Compliant Machining projects. He has served as the Editorial Board of the International Journals and currently involved in several international bodies such as, International Association of Engineers (IAENG), Senior member of the Science and Engineering Institute (SCIEI), The World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (WASET) Scientific and Technical Committees, editorial & reviewers boards on Natural and Applied Sciences and Senior member of the International Association of Engineering Technology (IAET). Dr Yusri actively served as Reviewer for Quarter One Journals such as; International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology (IF: 2.209), Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing (IF: 2.846), Computer Aided Design CAD (IF: 2.444) Journal, International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing (IF: 1.949), and the International Journal of Production Economics (IF: 3.493).
Speech Title:
Implementation of Fourth Industrial Revolution Project in UTHM
Abstract:The Fourth Industrial Revolution is the combination of the internet with a new ability to directly control the physical world, including the machines, factories and infrastructure that define the modern landscape. Transformations around the world are fuelled in a large part by technology and advancements in science. Taking stock of these new technologies as well as their disruption potential is critical for all nations and especially emerging economies like Malaysia. Implementation of STEP-NC was initially carried out on some commercial CNC systems via an indirect STEP-NC programming approach. However, this approach failed to meet all the requirements of a modern CNC system, due to the translation of data from the high level to low level, which is vendor-specific and machine tool dependent, thus detrimental to the basic resource independent philosophy of STEP-NC. The developed system employs a new set of techniques for STEP-NC data interpretation, graphical verification, execution, monitoring, and report generation that supersede the exiting techniques in scope and capability. Using these techniques, the proposed system provides a flexible, intelligent, and adaptable manufacturing platform that can provide unprecedented levels of scalability and resource allocation agility in modern manufacturing enterprises. A prototype implementation of the proposed model is based on STEP-NC interpretation, 3D simulation, machine motion control, and live video monitoring with automatic document generation modules has been used to verify and validate the system in conjunction with industrially inspired test components.

 

Assoc. Prof. Vadim Rashitovich Gasiyarov
Head of Department of Mechatronics, South Ural State University (National Research University), Russia

Vadim Rashitovich Gasiyarov graduated from the Magnitogorsk State Technical University named after G.I. Nosov in "electrical engineer" (specialization electric drive and automation of industrial plants and technological complexes”) in 2007. After his graduation he started working as electronics engineer of service department of automated control systems in OJSC Magnitogorsk Iron & Steel Works. He has been promoted to lead Engineer of Service of automated control systems and automated electric drive on Hot plate mill 5000 in OJSC Magnitogorsk Iron & Steel Works in a year. And the same time he began working as an Assistant Professor of department of automated electric drive and mechatronics on a part-time in Magnitogorsk State Technical University named after G.I. Nosov. In 2012 he successfully defended his PhD thesis “Development of the plan view pattern automatic control system of drives of hot plate mill”, which deals with contemporary problems of industrial engineering. Then he quitted the industrial plant and started working in Magnitogorsk State Technical University on a full time as Associate Professor of department of automated electric drive and mechatronics. Thanks to the professionalism and personal achievement, he was invited to South Ural State University (National Research University) as an Associate Professor of department of Theoretical Foundations of Electrical Engineering in 2013. In a year he founded new Department of Mechatronics in this university and became the head of it. He has an experience of Guest Professor, The National University of Science and Technology MISiS, Moscow invited him to do lecturing of special courses of electrical and industrial engineering. He is an author of 40 scientific publications, including 3 books and 18 scientific and research-and-production reports. He takes part in Organizing Committee of International Conference of Industrial Engineering 2015 and Editorial board of Russian Internet Journal of Electrical Engineering.

 

Assoc. Prof. Shailendra Kumar, S.V.National Institute of Technology, India
Dr. Shailendra Kumar is an Associate Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at S.V. National Institute of Technology, Surat, India. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Production Engineering from the Regional Institute of Technology (presently National Institute of Technology), Jamshedpur, India in 1999 and his PhD from the Faculty of Engineering & Technology, Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, India in 2007. His main research interests are in the area of press tool design, AI applications in manufacturing, KBS/expert systems for die design, sheet metal forming, CAPP, CIM and non-traditional mchining. He has successfully completed three research projects funded by various national and international agencies. Five PhD scholars and 32 M. Tech. students have completed their research work under his supervision. Dr. Kumar has more than 130 research papers in reputed journals and conferences to his credit. He serves as a reviewer for many reputed journals and is a life member of the Indian Society of Mechanical Engineers (ISME), International Association of Engineers (IAENG), and World Academy of Science, Engineering & Technology (WASET), and Senior member of Universal Association of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineers (UAMAE), The IRED, New York, USA.
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Abstract: The innumerable tasks associated with manufacturing of sheet metal parts such as process planning and tool design are complex, time-consuming, tedious and highly skill intensive.  However, there is scarcity of domain experts worldwide to deal with the fast changing demand of high quality consumer products economically. Moreover, sheet metal industries face challenges of frequent mobility of domain experts without adequate dissemination of knowledge to the new generation of industry professionals. This can be handled effectively by adopting automation in sheet metal industries. Recent advances in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) have given rise to the possibility of developing knowledge-based system (KBS) / expert system (ES) for automation of various activities of sheet metal forming.
The present lecture will focus on research work involved in the development of a comprehensive KBS / ES to automate highly experience-based and complex task of die design. The production rule based approach of AI is utilized for development of the proposed system. The overall system is organized in various modules. System modules are coded in AutoLISP language and user interface is created using Visual Basic and AutoCAD software. The proposed system is capable to automate all major activities of de design including feature extraction, manufacturability assessment, process planning, selection of die components, and die modeling.  It covers various types of dies including deep drawing, compound, bending die, and progressive die.  The developed system has been tested successfully for various types of parts taken from sheet metal industries. The system is capable to execute the complete task of die design (including modeling) in less than an hour.  This present work will be useful for engineers working in sheet metal industries, and will serve to provide future direction to young researchers and students working in the area.

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