XXVII International Polish-Ukrainian Conference

CAD in Machinery Design.
Implementation and Educational Issues.

Bialystok, Poland, 28-29 November, 2019


we.pb.edu.pl/cadmd2019

The Conference

The CADMD conference series started in Warsaw in 1994 and has been organized yearly in Poland and Ukraine.

This year we would like to continue the tradition and invite you to one of the most attractive city in Poland - Bialystok.

The conference brings together researchers and consultants under common goal - development and implementation of Computer Aided Design systems, technologies.

Information for authors

The working languages of the conference are English, Polish and Ukrainian.

Submitted papers (in English) should be original, containing new and original results. The material must be unpublished and not under submission elsewhere.

Prospective authors are invited to submit maximum two-page digest to the Organizing Committee electronically in MS WordDoc or Rich Text Format by e-mail. The required format of the digest is available below.

The digests will be available on the web page of the conference.

Each submitted digest will be evaluated by reviewers, members of Program Committee. Their remarks and suggestions will be send back to authors.

Some selected, full version of the papers will be printed in the post-conference monograph. The monograph will be edited and printed by the Printing Sindicate of the Białystok University if Technology.

Preferably, the submitted digest and the accepted full version of the papers (sections in the post-conference monograph) should be written in MS Word using the template delivered by the organizers.

There are two types of presentation: regular session - 15 min and poster session.

In case you might have any queries or requirements please do not hesitate to contact the organizing committee office by e-mail.

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Please submit your digest by the organizing committee e-mail: cadmd2019@pb.edu.pl

Important Documents


Conference programme
available from November 26, 2019

Important Deadlines and Dates

  • November 18
    2019

    Digest submission for review

  • November 21
    2019

    Acceptance notification for reviewed digests

  • November 26
    2019

    Final program announcement

  • January 30
    2020

    Camera ready versions of the full papers

Topics of interest include
but are not limited to different aspects of:

Process control, identification, modeling, simulation of processes and systems.

Methods and algorithms in CAD.

Computer applications in engineering.

CAD in electrical engineering: electronic devices, electrical machines, photooptics.

Design and implementation of ECAD tools.

CAD tools in industry 4.0.

Power Systems and Environmental Protection Facilities.

Robotics, mechatronics and automation.

Microelectromechanical systems.

Resonators, micro-optical devices, micro-fluid devices. MEMS integrated implementations.

Information technology.

Engineering application of informatics.

Software, programming and algorithms, databases.

Engineering education.

3D Scanning, Printing, Augmented and Virtual Reality Facilities.

Conference Fee and Payment

Registration for the CADMD 2019 is 170€ per person, payable in advance. Attendees are responsible for their own reservations of a hotel. To reserve rooms attendees should inform Organizing Committee in advance.

The authors of the accepted full paper will pay additional fee (about 60€).

International Programme Committee

prof. Aivars Aboltins
Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies

prof. Jerzy Bajkowski
Warsaw University of Technology

prof. Marian Banaś
AGH University of Science and Technology

prof. Bogusław Butryło
Białystok University of Technology

prof. Larisa Hloba
National Technical Univ. of Ukraine Kyiv Polytechnic Institute

prof. Ihor Hrytsay
Lviv Polytechnic National University

prof. Marek Iwaniec
AGH University of Science and Technology

Jerzy Józwik, dr hab. inż
Lublin University of Technology

prof. Roman Kaczyński
Białystok University of Technology

prof. Antoni Kalukiewicz
AGH University of Science and Technology

Krzysztof Kołodziejczyk, dr hab. inż
AGH University of Science and Technology

prof. Petro Kosobutsky
Lviv Polytechnic National University

prof. Krzysztof Krawiec
Poznań University of Technolog

prof. Ihor Kuzo
Lviv Polytechnic National University

prof. Mykhailo Lobur
Lviv Polytechnic National University

Andrzej Łukaszewicz, PhD
Białystok University of Technology

prof. Ireneusz Malujda
Poznań University of Technology

prof. Oleh Matviykiv
Lviv Polytechnic National University

Mykhaylo Melnyk, PhD
Lviv Polytechnic National University

Grzegorz Mieczkowski, PhD
Białystok University of Technology

prof. Maciej Petko
AGH University of Science and Technology

prof. Jerzy Pokojski
Warsaw University of Technology

prof. Krzysztof Pytel
AGH University of Science and Technology

Dariusz Sajewicz, PhD
Białystok University of Technology

Roman Sheremeta, PhD
Lviv Polytechnic National University

prof. Natalia Sidenko
Riga Technical University

prof. Yaroslav Sokolovsky
Lviv Polytechnic National University

prof. Adam Sołbut
Białystok University of Technology

prof. Zinoviy Stotsko
Lviv Polytechnic National University

prof. Eugeniusz Świtoński
Silesian University of Technology

prof. Wiesław Tarełko
Maritime Academy in Gdynia

prof. Andrzej Tylikowski
Warsaw University of Technology

prof. Maciej Zajkowski
Białystok University of Technology

prof. Robert Zalewski
Warsaw University of Technology

Contacts

CADMD 2019,

Białystok University of Technology,

Faculty of Electrical Engineering

45D Wiejska Str., 15-351 Bialystok, Poland

e-mail: cadmd2019@pb.edu.pl

Responsible person from the Ukrainian side:

e-mail: nazarii.b.yavorskyi@lpnu.ua

Location

The conference will take place at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of Białystok University of Technology

Bialystok is the largest city in the north-eastern part of Poland. Bialystok has a population of 350,000. Its history started, when the first brick castle was built on the Biala river in the 15 century. In 18 century the duke Jan Klemens Branicki was established his residence in Bialystok and was built the palace. An important change in the character of the city was associated with the creating of a textile factories in 19 century. Bialystok is the city, where the culture of east and west Europe were mixed.

The Bialystok Land is one of the last regions of Poland, which remained unspoiled by the development of civilizaton. Large forest complexes (Bialowieza National Park, Biebrza National Park), rich in flora and fauna and unpolluted air have constituted remarkable impressions.