Call for Paper

Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

  • Advances in abrasive machining processes
  • Advances in assisted/augmented manufacturing processes
  • Advances in energy beam based surface modification
  • Advances in experiments and modeling of micromechanics and microstructure evolution in manufacturing processes
  • Advances in manufacturing of metals, ceramics and metal matrix composites
  • Advances in modeling, analysis, and simulation of manufacturing processes
  • Advances in nontraditional manufacturing processes
  • Advances in processing of polymers and polymer-based composites
  • Challenges and innovations in additive manufacturing
  • Competitive manufacturing engineering
  • Electrical engineering and electric machines
  • Electronics and integrated circuits, embedded technology and applications
  • Engineering design and graphics
  • Green energy manufacturing
  • Information extraction and utilization for monitoring and control of multistage Manufacturing processes
  • Innovations in equipment design, tooling, and control/automation to enhance manufacturing processes
  • Innovations in joining and assembly processes
  • Innovations in materials forming processes
  • Intelligent maintenance decision Making of manufacturing systems
  • Key technologies for cloud manufacturing
  • Laser, process innovations and energy field manufacturing methodology
  • Manufacturing and industrial engineering, management applications
  • Materials processing, microstructure, plasticity and testing
  • Mechatronics and control theory
  • Modern control, automation and reverse engineering
  • Monitoring, sensing, and control for intelligent machining and inspection
  • Substitution and enhancement of traditional manufacturing processes with laser-based techniques: technical and economic feasibility
  • Sustainable manufacturing processes and systems
  • Sustainable manufacturing Technologies and practices
  • System and sustainability considerations for emerging manufacturing technologies