logo1IEEE ICM 2019 continues a series of biennial conferences dedicated to recent and prospective developments in various field of mechatronics. The conference is organized under patronage of IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and will be held at Technische Universität Ilmenau, Ilmenau, Germany, during March 18-20, 2019.


Important Dates

30.10.2018 15.11.2018: Deadline for Full Paper Submission – CLOSED
from 21.01.2019: Opening the Registration
from 21.01.2019: Notification of Acceptance
18.02.2019: Deadline for Final Manuscript Submission


IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics 2019 is organized under motto “Mechatronics for Cross-disciplinary Research”. The main conference topics include:

  • Advanced Motion Control
  • Sensors / Actuators
  • Micro and Nano Mechatronics
  • Robotics and Biomechatronics
  • Intelligent Control and AI in Mechatronics
  • Mechatronics Education

The targeted application fields cover:

  • Ambient Assisted Living
  • Personalized and Automated Transportation, Electric Vehicles
  • Intelligent Manufacturing
  • Energy Systems
  • Cyber-Physical Systems
  • Medical Systems and Bioengineering

The conference is not limited by the mentioned topics and application areas and invites researchers, engineers and practitioners to present their high-quality papers and presentations in various mechatronics-related subjects.

Technical Tracks & Special Sessions

The papers can be submitted to one of the following general Technical Tracks (TT) or Special Sessions (SS)

TT 1 “Transportation”
TT 2 “Robotics”
TT 3 “Motion Control”
TT 4 “Micro and Nano Mechatronics”
TT 5 “Mechatronics Education”
TT 6 “Mechatronic Systems”
TT 7 “Intelligent Manufacturing”
TT 8 “Human Machine Interface”
TT 9 “Cyber Physical Systems”

SS 2 “Intelligent Sensing Applications for Human Assistive Systems”
Organizers: Naoki Motoi (Kobe University, Japan), Hiroshi Igarashi (Tokyo Denki University, Japan), Sota Shimizu (Shibaura Institute of Technology, Japan)
Topics: Sensor; Intelligent sensing application; Human support system; Remote control; Mobile robotics; Computer vision; Point clouds; Intelligent signal processing

SS 3 “Physical Human-Robot Interaction”
Organizers: Emre Sariyildiz (University of Wollongong, Australia), Barkan Ugurlu (Ozyegin University, Turkey), Takahiro Nozaki (Keio University & Kanagawa institute of Industrial Science and Technology, Japan)
Topics: Compliant Actuators and Robots; Rehabilitation Robots; Humanoids; Human Robot Collaboration; Force and Admittance control; Haptic Sensation; Teleoperation; Soft Robotics; Motion Control Technologies

SS 4 “Smart Precision Motion Control in Mechatronic Systems”
Organizers: Kazuaki Ito (Gifu University, Japan), Kenta Seki (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan), Hiroshi Fujimoto (The University of Tokyo, Japan), Tom Oomen (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands)
Topics: High precision actuators and sensors in motion control systems; High precision positioning techniques in industrial mechatronic systems; Nanoscale servo systems in industrial applications; Mass storage control systems; Innovative control strategies in advanced motion control; Modeling and compensation techniques for nonlinearities in industrial mechatronic systems; Robust and/or adaptive controller algorithms; Sensor fusion; Novel mechanical design

SS 5 “Advanced Motion Control Systems for Smart, Green and Integrated Vehicles”
Organizers: Valentin Ivanov (Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany), Barys Shyrokau (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
Topics: Electric vehicles; Automated vehicles with and without pilot/driver; Automotive mechatronics; Vehicle dynamics and control; Advanced chassis and powertrain systems; Advanced driver assistance systems; Sensing, estimation and actuation for automotive applications; Sensor fusion technologies and environment perception.

SS 6 “Industrial Robotics and Applications”
Organizers: Alexandr Klimchik (Innopolis University, Russia), Anatol Pashkevich (IMT Atlantique, France), Sergey Kolyubin (ITMO, Russia)
Topics: Industrial robots; Intelligent system; Advanced control; Calibration; Error compensation; Machining; Assembling; Welding; Robot-based transportation