12th International Conference Mechatronic Systems and Materials 2016 – MSM2016
1-3 July 2020, Bialystok, Poland
12th International Conference Mechatronic Systems and Materials 2016 – MSM2016
On behalf of the organizing committee, it is my pleasure to invite you to attend the 15th International Conference Mechatronic Systems and Materials (MSM2020), which will be held in Bialystok – the capital of the so-called “Green Lungs of Poland”.
The MSM conference is the well-recognized event with its professional background, high scientific level and great opportunity to exchange scientific ideas and research experience during many formal and informal meetings.
The international conference on Mechatronic Systems and Materials (MSM2020) is the 15th MSM conference, which brings together scientists from spectrum of mechatronic systems and materials and also other related to them, i.e. robotics and automatic control, industry 4.0, computer science, smart materials with biomaterials and applications, and related fields. The conference provides an intense multidisciplinary forum for professionals, researchers, students and experts disseminating the latest developments in mechatronic systems and materials. Contributions may range from practical applications to theoretical aspects.
Similarly to the MSM2016, the conference organizers will encourage debates in a friendly atmosphere and a social offer with a one-day excursion to the breathtaking places in Podlasie region. I hope that beautiful views will bring unforgettable impressions and give you a chance to relax!
I look forward to welcome you in Bialystok on July 1 – 3, 2020 at the 15th International Conference Mechatronic Systems and Materials (MSM2020).
The 15th International Conference on Mechatronic Systems and Materials will be hosted at the Bialystok University of Technology located in the Bialystok city centre.
Bialystok is the biggest city in the north eastern Poland as well as the educational and economic centre of the region called “the Green Lungs of Poland”. The city is spread out, with numerous parks, forests, and squares. The specific cultural climate of Bialystok is mainly due to the centuries old multinational and multi-religious tradition. The whole region is dotted with Catholic, Orthodox, Muslim and Jewish temples. The attendees of the MSM’2020 will have an opportunity to visit the most important Bialystok tourists attractions such as the Branicki’s Palace, the Equerry’s House from the 18th century, the City Hall, the modern Philharmonic Hall and sacral buildings, such as the neo-gothic cathedral of the Holy Virgin Mary, the 19th century Orthodox Church of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker.
The attendees of the MSM’2020 are firmly invited to take part in the excursion: “The trail of the most breathtaking places in Podlasie”
Bialystok Tykocin castle Biebrza river Augustów Bialystok.
The excursion will finish with a dinner at the ship cruise on the Augustow lakes.
1. Tykocin castle
The castle in Tykocin was reconstructed on the foundations of the 16th century royal castle of the King of Poland and Grand Duke of Lithuania Sigismund II Augustus. Tykocin castle played an important role in Polish history. Poland’s highest award, the Order of the White Eagle was established, and much of the national arsenal was kept here. The site of 4 battles, the castle was ultimately damaged in the 18th century. In 2002, the castle was rebuilt in its old form, using historical documents to ensure an accurate recreation. Visitors can enjoy a tour of the castle interior, through the castle’s vaults, halls, and cloisters and the castle museum.
History of Tykocin Castle
2. The Biebrza river valley
The route goes through the Biebrza river valley which is known for its Europe’s largest peat bogs and habitats for elks. It is a home to wolves, beavers and otter animals. The valley, with the unique variety of plants, birds and animals is a part of Biebrza National Park, which is the largest national park in Poland. The attendees of the MSM’2020 will walk on educational paths, climb watchtowers and observation platforms to admire beautiful Biebrza riverbed and nearby woodlands.
Biebrza National Park
Biebrzanski National Park
During the trip, the lunch will be placed in the heart of the Biebrza river valley (Goniądz, Bartlowizna restaurant).
Augustów – a town surrounded by nine lakes and the vast Augustów Primeval Forest, which is one of the biggest forest complexes in Poland connected with the forests in Lithuania and Belarus. An aquatic capital city of a North-Eastern Poland, it is a perfect place for kayak rally, sailing, ship, catamaran or gondola cruises. Picturesque landscapes, clean air and water in lakes, relaxing pine-spruce forests, untouched nature and kind locals these are other attractions of Augustów. The attendees of the conference will take a ship cruise on the Augustów Canal and lakes through the canal lock in Przewięź and the Marian Shrine in Studzieniczna.
The excursions will finish with a dinner at the ship cruise on Augustow lakes.
The excursion is planned for one whole day. The return way to Bialystok goes through the towns: Sztabin, Suchowola, and Korycin.
1. Rectorate, Faculty of Computer Science
2. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
3. Faculty of Electrical Engineering – MSM2020 Conference place
4. Faculty of Civil Engineering and Environmental Sciences
5. INNO-EKO-TECH Center
6. PB Modern Education Center, Foreign Language Center (SJO), Main Library, Recruitment Center.
7. Research and Didactic Center of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Academic Business, Academic Incubator for Businesses and Selected New Technologies of Bialystok University of Technology
8. Academic Sports Center
Α. Alpha Student Hostel; Β. Beta Student Hostel.; Γ. Gamma Student Hostel; Δ. Delta Student Hostel; H. Guest House; T. Test track
Reach Bialystok by train: PKP
Reach Bialystok by bus: FlixBus, EcoLines, PlusBus
Proposed hotels – close to the University Campus (charge not included in registration fee) – please ask for pre-booked room for MSM2020 conference participants:
Hotel Pod Herbem.pl, recepcja [at] hotel-podherbem.pl
Centrum Titanic, recepcja [at] ckbtitanic.pl
Hotel BOSiR Bialystok, hotel [at] bosir.bialystok.pl
Abstract Submission Date: 2020-02-29
Full Paper Submission Date: 2020-03-31
Notification of Acceptance Date: 2020-04-30
Final Paper Submission Date: 2020-05-15
Author registration deadline: 2020-05-15
Beginning of the conference: 2020-07-01
Poster size: A1 format (vertical layout)
All papers submitted to MSM 2020 will undergo a peer-review process that will be managed by the Organizing Committee. Each manuscript will be reviewed using a double-blind review policy, which means that the reviewer of the paper won’t get to know the identity of the author(s) and vice versa.
All the accepted and presented papers will appear online at the IEEE Xplore/Web of Science database.
Best papers selected by the Scientific Committee will be published in one of the journals indexed in Web of Science:
Students are encouraged to submit their research and to participate in the Student Competition. The best presentations made by the students will be awarded prizes and certificates.
Self-nominations for the Student Competition are taken at the time of the initial submission (when submitting, check the corresponding box). You may only request consideration for the participation in the Student Competition if the paper meets all the following criteria:
Registration fee should be made to the following accounts:
27 1600 1462 1833 4592 6000 0003 (PLN only)
97 1600 1462 1833 4592 6000 0004 (EURO only)
Account holder: PTETiS Oddział Białostocki
Address: Wiejska 45D St., 15-351 Bialystok
Bank name: BNP Paribas Bank Polska S.A.
Bank address: ul. Sienkiewicza 3, 15-432 Bialystok
IBAN PL27 1600 1462 1833 4592 6000 0003 (PLN)
IBAN PL97 1600 1462 1833 4592 6000 0004 (EURO)
SWIFT CODE/BIC: PPABPLPK
Bank transfer title: MSM2020/Family name
The 15th International Conference Mechatronic Systems and Materials (MSM 2020) is organized by:
Bialystok University of Technology
Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Wiejska 45D, 15-351 Bialystok, Poland
Prof. Boguslaw Butrylo
Prof. Zdzislaw Gosiewski
Prof. Tadeusz Kaczorek
Prof. Roman Kaczynski
Prof. Krzysztof Kurzydlowski
Prof. Szczepan Piszczatowski
Prof. Miroslaw Swiercz
Implementing of machine learning in industrial robotics
The history of KI and its relation to robotics
New technologies for Industry 4.0 solutions
Iterative Learning Control: a status report and look ahead on algorithm development, experimental verification and applications
Systems and Control in the era towards Autonomy, experiences and what the future may hold
Two dimensional materials: An empowering contestant for environment sensitive energy harvesting
Chairman: Prof. Arkadiusz Mystkowski
Vice-chairman: Prof. Jolanta Pauk
Co-chairman: Prof. Malgorzata Gradzka-Dahlke
Co-chairman: Prof. Adam Idzkowski
Prof. Piotr Augustyniak – IEEE member
Dr Roman Trochimczuk – conference secretary
Dr Rafał Gradzki
Dr Tomasz Huscio
Dr Rafał Kociszewski
Dr Adam Kotowski
Dr Jacek Kusznier
Dr Piotr Miluski
Dr Joanna Mystkowska
Dr Michał Ostaszewski
Dr Wojciech Walendziuk
MSc Marcin Dominow
MSc Malgorzata Zdrodowska
Chairman: Prof. Zbigniew Kulesza
Co-chairman: Prof. Arkadiusz Mystkowski
Information clause for participants of MSM 2020
According to article 13 of the Regulation of the European Parliament and Council (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing of Directive 95/46/EC (hereinafter referred to as GDPR) we inform that:
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The Organizing Committee does not take any responsibility for the participant who will not fill in this registration form.
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