Call for PapersThe 'abstract' stage was to save you the trouble of writing a full paper if your topic did not fit those of the conference. Those that were submitted have all been reviewed and all were accepted for consideration of the full paper.
There have been rather few submissions, but a decision has been made to hold the conference here in Toowoomba all the same. Unless we have several more papers the programme will be reduced to two days.
There is no closing date as such, but it can take four weeks for papers to be reviewed. So unless you act quickly you might have little opportunity to buy early flight tickets if your paper is accepted. If papers are selected for submission to Springers in the new book, there will be ample opportunity to revise them, so aim for speed rather than perfection!
Please send your full paper as an attachment to email to firstname.lastname@example.org,
with subject line "M2VIP 2015, Toowoomba full paper." You can find a template here.
It will be judged for
Since the proceedings will initially be in electronic form, there is no stipulated page limit. However you should bear in mind the amount of material that you can usefully present in half an hour, including question time.
Springers have expressed keen interest in publishing a fourth volume of selected papers – the third was published in March this year.
The registration fee will be kept to a minimum and will cover little more than the excellent menu of meals.
Scope of the conference series
'Mechatronics' has become accepted for what it is,
the blending of mechanics, electronics
and computer control into an integrated design.
Degree courses in mechatronics are now
It continues to be the basis of an ever growing list of products and techniques of great technical and commercial value. Mechatronic design can result in products which are much simpler than their intricate and costly predecessors and can make commonplace the miracles of yesterday.
Machine-vision has emerged from the laboratory to find real applications in areas which include vehicle guidance, robot control and agriculture. Low-cost cameras have been developed for multimedia applications - but with their ease of interfacing they offer a whole new field of low-cost vision-based control.Like its predecessors, M2VIP 2015 will provide a forum for international experts and researchers to present and review advances in mechatronics and machine vision which have culminated in practical applications, or which promise practical implementation in the very near future.
Presentations are encouraged to include video material of experimental systems.