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ReMAR 2009

ReMAR2009

 

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ASME/IEEE International Confernce on Reconfigurable Mechanisms and Robotics
(ReMAR 2009)

22-24 June 2009, King's College London, UK

With the development of science and technology and with space exploration, hazardous environment work, and production requirements of small batch, short run and quick change-over, traditional concept of mechanisms and robots development are facing a challenge in the 21st century to adaptability and reconfigurability. Since 1990s, researchers are generating new ideas and concepts for new mechanisms and machines including robots for reconfigurability. This resulted in kinemetatropic linkages, metamorphic mechanisms, and various topology, etc. The new mechanisms have a property of generating different topological configurations for reconfigurability and for various task requirements.

The ASME/IEEE International Conference on Reconfigurable Mechanisms and Robots (ReMAR 2009) is to provide an international forum for presenting and exploring the new mechanisms and robots developed in the past two decades with their new properties in changing the mobility and the topological structure of a mechanism or a robot and for discussing their uses in domestic, hazardous, out-space and manufacturing environments. The main areas of this conference include, but not limited to, following subjects:

• Novel Mechanism Design
• Metamorphic Robotics
• Reconfigurable Manufacturing
• Bio-design Technics
• Bio-metamorphic Robotics
• Reconfigurable Robots
• Kinematics and Dynamics of Reconfiguration
• Bio-reconfiguration Engineering ‧ Metamorphic Mechanisms
• Reconfigurable Mechanisms
• Reconfigurable Topology
• Various Topology Modeling
• Modular Devices
• Biological Self-Assembly Mechanisms
• Biomimetics
• Artiomimetics

 

King's College London

The ASME/IEEE International Conference on Reconfigurable Mechanisms and Robots (ReMAR 2009) is held during 22-24 June 2009 at King's College London, University of London, which is situated at the heart of London, UK, in conjunction with the celebration of 171 Years of Engineering at King's College London. King's is one of the oldest and most prestigious UK universities with 13,000 undergraduate students and 9,200 graduates in nine schools of study with 2700 academic staff and 2700 other staff. The Engineering was established at King's College London in 1838 and is arguably the oldest established engineering school in England. Of King's six campuses, the conference will be held in Waterloo Campus, located at the cross of Waterloo Bridge and the southern riverside of Thames, close to the Waterloo station. More information about the meeting location please refer the Venue pape which can be found in the left-side column.

 

Conference Venue

MaughanLibrary3ReMAR 2009 will be held at King's College London, University of London, which is situated at the heart of London, UK, in conjuction to the celebration of 171 Years of Engineering at King's College London. King's is one of the oldest and most prestigious UK universities with 13,000 undergraduate students and 9,200 graduates in nine schools of study with 2700 academic staff and 2700 other staff.

The Engineering was established at King's in 1838 and is arguably the oldest established engineering school in England. Of King's six campuses, the conference will be held in Waterloo Campus, located at the cross of Waterloo Bridge and the southern riverside of Thames, close to the Waterloo station. More information abour King's can be found in the Venue page.

 

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