2nd International Conference on Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics

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2nd International Conference on Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics

Time: August 8, 2013 to August 9, 2013
Location: Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada
Street: 350 Victoria Street
City/Town: Toronto
Website or Map: https://maps.google.ca/maps?q…
Event Type: conference
Organized By: International ASET Inc.
Latest Activity: Jul 23, 2013

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The International Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (International ASET Inc.) is pleased to organize the 2ndInternational Conference on Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics (ICMEM'13) After successfully holding the first conference in Ottawa, International ASET Inc. will be hosting this conference in Toronto next year.

ICMEM is a comprehensive conference covering all the various topics of Mechanical Engineering (Fluid and Solid Mechanics), Robotics, Aerospace, and Mechatronics. The aim of the ICMEM'13 is to gather scholars from all over the world to present advances in the aforementioned fields and to foster an environment conducive to exchanging ideas and information. This conference will also provide a golden opportunity to develop new collaborations and meet experts on the fundamentals, applications, and products of Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics. We believe inclusive and wide-ranging conferences such as ICMEM can have significant impacts by bringing together experts from the different and often separated fields of Mechanical Engineering (Fluid and Solid Mechanics) and Mechatronics, creating unique opportunities for collaborations and shaping new ideas for experts and researchers.

ICMEM is an acronym for International Conference on Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics.

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