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Scope of the Conference
The conference objective is to provide an international forum for the dissemination and exchange of scientific information on surface metrology – submission from all fields involving the measurement and analysis of surface topographies including: archeology, art conservation, anthropology, sherlockessay, biology, biomedical engineering, chemistry, civil engineering, food science, juicers, forensics, geodetics, geology, material science, mechanical engineering, lawn mowers, manufacturing, metrology, nanotechnology, physics, tribology and other.
The ICSM 2016 goal is to integrate of the scientific community with the economic. It is also a chance to establish cooperation with Polish as well as international business & industry partners and scientific-research centers.
Objective and Areas of Interest
archeology, art conservation
anthropology, biology, biomedical engineering
mechanical engineering, manufacturing, nanotechnology, metrology, tribology
civil engineering, food science
SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE (IN ALPHABETIC ORDER)
Michał Wieczorowski Poznan University of Technology
Paweł Pawlus Rzeszow University of Technology
Christopher Brown Worcester Polytechnical Institute
Magdalena Diering Poznan University of Technology
Tadeusz Chwalczuk Poznan University of Technology
Bartosz Gapiński Poznan University of Technology
Marta Grabowska Poznan University of Technology
Agnieszka Kujawińska Poznan University of Technology
Local Steering committee
Olaf Ciszak Poznan University of Technology
Michał Wieczorowski Poznan University of Technology
Robert Tomkowski Koszalin University of Technology
Grzegorz Królczyk Opole University of Technology
Jacek Reiner Wroclaw University of Technology
Jerzy Józwik Lublin University of Technology
Magdalena Niemczewska-Wójcik Cracow University of Technology
Grzegorz Budzik Rzeszow University of Technology
Rafał Reizer University of Rzeszów
Daniel Grochała West Pomeranian University of Technology Szczecin
Krzysztof Stępień Kielce University of Technology
Jacek Borowski Metal Forming Institute Poznan
Zbigniew Siemiątkowski UTH Radom
Łukasz Sadowski Wroclaw University of Technology
Tatiana Miller The Institute of Advanced Manufacturing Technology
Andrzej Trytek Rzeszow University of Technology
Adam Woźniak Warsaw University of Technology
Władysław Jakubiec ATH Bielsko Biała
Czesław Łukianowicz Koszalin University of Technology
After the conference authors of selected papers will be invited to publish their work in peer-reviewed journals following a recommendation of a conference Scientific Committee, e.g.
– SCANNING (The Journal of Scanning Microscopies),
– Measurement Science Review,
– Metrology and Measurement Systems,
– The Journal Polimery,
– Technical Gazette,
– Surface Topography: Metrology and Properties,
– Archives of Mechanical Technology and Materials.
Prof. Tomasz Łodygowski
Rector of Poznan University of Technology
Partners and Sponsorships
The conference will be held at Poznan University of Technology in Lecture and Conference Center, Piotrowo 2 Street, Poznan, Poland.
Poznan is a city whose history goes back more than a thousand years. Modern Poznan is a vibrant metropolis, a business, science, culture and entertainment centre.
Poznan is the capital of Wielkopolska, a city with the population of nearly 600 thousand.
Poznanians are good hosts and organisers. Every year thousands of events, many of them international, are held in the city. The most famous of them is Poznan International Fair.
How to get there
Access to Poznań
Ławica Airport (POZ) is located only 7 km from the city centre. It is possible to get to the city centre from the airport using bus line 59 or express line L, that is going directly to Railway Station (www.mpk.poznan.pl). Next to the airport hall exit there is a TAXI rank. Poznań has direct connections to: Frankfurt, Munich, London, Copenhagen, Barcelona, Stockholm, Paris, Oslo, Rome and some others. It is also possible to fly to Warsaw or Berlin (both are about 300 km from Poznań) and take a train, bus or rent a car (highway to Poznań).
All trains coming to Poznań stop at Poznań Main Railway Station (Poznań Główny) that is located in the city centre. From the station passengers can take tram or bus (www.mpk.poznan.pl). TAXI ranks are located next to the Main Hall and at the West Railway Station exit. Are you willing to buy essay online from a trusted company okessays.com is the perfect place to purchase custom papers at cheap price with satisfaction
PKS Station (Bus Transport Company) is located next to the Main Railway Station. It provides both domestic and international transport services.
You can get to Poznań driving A2 highway (a charge is payable for using it): from west – Berlin, from east – Warsaw), national routes no. 92 (east-west direction) as well as no. 5 and/or 11 (north- south).
Hotel recommendation: Novotel Poznań Centrum
The Novotel Poznań Centrum is situated in the city center, 500 m from the train station, opposite the Old Brewery, near the Old Town Square and the Poznan International Fair, approx. 15 min. on foot from the conference venue at the Poznań University of Technology.
Standard single room – **289,00 PLN/night
Standard double room – **339,00 PLN/night
** Prices available till 06.03.2016
Rate per room per night includes buffet breakfast, free internet access. Rates do not include VAT tax.
Hotel address: pl. Andersa 1, 61-898 Poznań, Poland
Contact the hotel (Room reservation for ICSM 2016 Participants): pl. Andersa 1, 61-898 Poznań, Poland
Mrs. Ewa Przystanowicz (Manager), e-mail: email@example.com, ph. 0048 61 858 7152.
Gala Dinner will be held at the Novotel Poznań Centrum (06.04.2016).
Other hotels in Poznań: check
1. Prof. Gwidon Stachowiak
Head of the Tribology LaboratoryDepartment of Mechanical Engineering,
Perth, Western Australia,
Professor Gwidon Stachowiak is the Head of the Tribology Laboratory at the School of Mechanical and Civil Engineering, Curtin University in Western Australia. His current work is focused on the development of methods for the characterization of multiscale 3D surface topographies, prediction of osteoarthritis in knee joints based on x-ray images and tribocorrosion. He is the Editor of Tribology and Practice book series published by John Wiley and member of the Editorial Boards of several tribological and bio-medical journals. He is also a member of several international committees including the Executive Committee of the International Energy Agency, Research and Development of Advanced Materials for Transportation. Professor Stachowiak has published extensively and wrote/contributed to several books. He is the leading author of the books ‘Engineering Tribology’ and ‘Experimental Methods in Tribology’ published by Elsevier. Recently, in 2014, he was awarded Tribology Gold Medal, the World’s Highest Award in Tribology, awarded in recognition of his outstanding contribution to tribology while in 2012, he was awarded the title of Doctor Honoris Causa from the Ecole Centrale de Lyon, France.
2. Dr. Ellen Schulz-Kornas
Max Planck Weizmann Center for Integrative Archaeology and Anthropology
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Ellen Schulz-Kornas applies surface metrology on tooth and bone surfaces to reconstruct diets and tool use to understand wear in a broader view. She is working with chimps, bonobos and early humans to quantify and model mechanical actions, physiological constraints and skeletal motions working as a senior researcher at the Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology at the Max Planck Weizmann Center for Integrative Archaeology and Anthropology in Leipzig (Germany). Dr Schulz-Kornas has studied Biology and Palaeontology at the University of Greifswald and in 2008 she earned her Phd in Zoology at the University of Hamburg (Germany). During her six year post-doctoral fellowship at the Center for Natural History and the University of Hamburg she transferred engineering standards to biological surfaces and used feeding experiments with rabbits, guinea pigs, goats as test case scenarios. The focuses of her research are biomechanical characterisation of food components and grinding systems as well as feeding ecology and functional morphology of mammals in space and time. She likes to combine and enhance new 3D imaging technology with material testing, morphology and physiology because it helps to better understand how evolution solves complex requirements. Dr Schulz-Kornas was the organiser of the ICSM 2014 and has published more than 30 articles on tooth wear and function, feeding ecology and dietary reconstruction. She teaches courses that include Biology, Anthropology, Surface Metrology and Statistics at the University of Hamburg and at the University of Leipzig as well as abroad on international meetings in Europe, US and the Middle East.
3. Prof. Maxence Bigerelle
Head of Mechanical Department School of Engineering ENSIAME
Université de Valenciennes et du Hainaut-Cambrésis
4. Prof. Richard Leach
Department of Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering
The University of Nottingham
Richard is a Professor of Metrology at the University of Nottingham and prior to this was at the National Physical Laboratory (1990 to 2014). His research themes include the measurement of surface topography, development of methods for measuring 3D structures for precision and additive manufacturing, development of methods for controlling large surfaces to high resolution in industrial applications and X-ray computed tomography. He has over 270 publications including three textbooks. Richard is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics, the Institution of Engineering & Technology, the International Society of Nanomanufacturing, and a Sustained Member of the American Society of Precision Engineering. Richard is a visiting professor at Loughborough University and the Harbin Institute of Technology.
5. Prof. Liam Blunt
Centre for Precision Technologies
The University of Huddersfield
1. Dr. rer. nat. Wilfried Bauer
Product Manager Surface Metrology
2. François Blateyron
Chief Operating Officer
3. Prof. Chris Brown
Mechanical Engineering Department,
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Chris has been a professor of mechanical engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute for over 25 years. He has published over a hundred and fifty articles and teaches courses on surface metrology, manufacturing, axiomatic design, and sports engineering. He has also developed software for surface texture analysis. Chris co-chaired the first two International Conferences on Surface Metrology (2009 and 10) and the first two Seminars on Surface Metrology for the Americas (2011 and 12) – all at WPI. He currently chairs ASME B46, Committee for Classification and Designation of Surfaces; and directs WPI’s Surface Metrology Laboratory.
4. Peter J. de Groot, PhD
Laurel Brook Road, Middlefield, CT USA 06455
Peter de Groot is a Physics PhD specializing in applied optics. As a scientist in optical metrology, Peter has published 140 technical papers, tutorials and book chapters in the fields of physics, optical testing, surface structure analysis, semiconductor wafer process metrology, stage motion measurement, international standards for metrology, and large-scale coordinate measurement. His research has led to 130 US patents and several commercial products. He is an SPIE Fellow, a Senior Member of the Optical Society of America, a multiple award winner for innovation, a conference organizer, scientific committee member, and an active contributor in the optics community. Peter teaches optics as an adjunct professor, and has delivered several professional short courses for EUSPEN, SPIE, OSA and the WPI Surface Metrology for the Americas Peter is currently the Executive Director of R&D and head of an R&D Team comprised of 7 PhD scientists, focused on the invention and concept demonstration of new optical instrument products and product enhancement. Responsible for technology development planning and management of ZYGO’s intellectual property portfolio. As R&D Group Leader and as a Principal Scientist, Peter has contributed innovations to every ZYGO metrology product line since 1992.
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The conference fee includes: admission to all session, proceedings (conference program, pendrive, other accompanying materials), coffee breaks and refreshments, 3 x lunch, Gala Dinner, participation in additional program. Conference fee does not cover accommodation cost.
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