Modern systems can be considered as integrated systems that can be properly studied, designed, and operated by using Mechatronics viewpoints, but even considering the multibody architecture. Indeed, multibody system kinematics and dynamics can be thought as fundamental disciplines for Mechatronics approaches in designing and operating modern systems.
The aim of The International Symposium on Multibody Systems and Mechatronics – MuSMe is to have a specific international conference which facilitates a meeting with academic and industrial experts, who are interested on Multibody Systems and Mechatronics, participating in technical papers presentations, plenary lectures and informal conversations in order to share experiences and to discuss results of investigations.
The single-session format is adopted for the oral presentations of the papers, enabling the exchange of knowledges.
Language: English will be the working language of the Symposium and will be used for the proceedings, the presentations and discussions. No simultaneous translation will be provided
Topics: Contributed papers are invited in the broad areas of Multibody Systems and Mechatronics and not restricted to the topics:
- Analysis and synthesis of mechanisms
- Dynamics of multibody systems
- Design algorithms for mechatronic systems
- Simulation procedures and results
- Prototypes and their performance
- Experimental validations
- Theory of mechatronic simulation
- Mechatronic systems
- Control of mechatronic systems
A limited number of papers by students will be accepted for presentation. The Scientific Committee will select the best papers for presentation at the sessions, which will be published in the Proceedings.
Organized by UFSC under the auspices by IFToMM, Technical Committees for Multibody Dynamics, and Robotics and Mechatronics and FeIBIM, Commission for Mechatronics