ECDMO 2019 has been held successfully in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. We appreciate your participation and support, so happy to see old friends this year. Look forward to seeing you all again next year.[CLICK].
Barrans will give a plenary speech titled 'A Generalized Plane Strain Analysis of Three Interfering Cylinders'
at ECDMO 2019
Prof. Ian McAndrew will give a keynote speech titled 'Unmanned Vehicles and Their Integration into Commercial Operations' at ECDMO 2019 [CLICK].
In order to absorb more submission,the submission deadline has been extended to November 30, 2018.[CLICK]
venue has been confirmed. ECDMO 2019 will be held at 'The Student
Hotel Amsterdam City' [CLICK].
It has been decided by the organizing committee that ECDMO 2019 will be held in Amsterdam during February 16-18. The submission is open now. [CLICK]
2018 has been successfully held in Krakow, Poland. We hope every
participant has enjoyed the conference. Special thanks to Prof.
Wojciech Grega and people who work at 'Sienkiewiczówka', Guest
house of AGH University of Science and Technology [CLICK].
Prof. Simon Barrans will give a plenary speech entitled 'Effect of Machining Cusps on the Stress Concentration Factor on Curved Surface' at the conference. [CLICK]
Prof. Ian McAndrew will give a keynote speech entitled 'Establishing Angle of Attach for NACA 6412 Twin-Wing on Take-Off: Downwash Influences on Lift and Drag' at the conference. [CLICK]
A tour to
Wieliczka Salt Mine will be arranged on February 12. Please
register for participation if you're interested. [CLICK]
Prof. Adrian Olaru will give a keynote speech entitled 'Proper Assisted Methods for Optimization 3D space trajectory in Robotics' at the conference. [CLICK]
Welcome Dr. K. Witcher (Dean of the College of Aeronautics, Embry Riddle University, USA) to join the technical program committee. [CLICK]
The submission for
ECDMO 2018 is officially open now. [CLICK]
ECDMO 2017 has been successfully held in Paris, France, On behalf of the organizing commitee, we'd like to thank every participant for your kind support and contribution.[CLICK].
An academic visit to LISV- Laboratoire d' Ingénierie des Systèmes de Versailles will be arranged on the morning of February 17. [CLICK]