UMTIK 2024

20th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MACHINE DESIGN AND PRODUCTION

August 14-17

2024

Atılım University

Ankara, Türkiye




About The Event

UMTIK-2024

20th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MACHINE DESIGN AND PRODUCTION

August 14-17, 2024, Ankara, Türkiye

CALL FOR PAPERS AND SPECIAL SESSION ORGANIZATION:

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce that the UMTIK 2024 conference is scheduled to take place from August 14 to August 17, 2024. This event will be hosted by the Presidency of Atılım University in Ankara, selected for its historical significance in the field. Ankara holds a special place as the hometown of the late Professor Metin Akkök, one of the original initiators and organizers of the inaugural UMTIK Conference in 1984, held at the METU Campus in Ankara. Professor Akkök continued to contribute diligently to subsequent UMTIK conferences until his passing on May 11, 2023. In honor of his invaluable contributions to the success and reputation of UMTIK conferences, the UMTIK Organizing Committee has decided to dedicate UMTIK 2024 to the memory of Professor Metin Akkök.

The first day of the conference, August 14, 2024, is dedicated to commemorating Professor Akkök with talks, scientific papers, panels, seminars, etc., organized by his colleagues and former students at the Mechanical Engineering Department of METU.

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HONORARY CHAIRPERSONS

The presidents of supporting universities

The President of Atılım University

Prof. Dr. Serkan ERYILMAZ

The President of Cappadocia University

Prof. Dr. Hasan Ali KARASAR

The President of Hasan Kalyoncu University

Prof. Dr. Türkay DERELI

The President of TED University

Prof. Dr. Ihsan SABUNCUOĞLU

Conference Topics

Metal Cutting and Metal Forming Technologies

Design, Simulation, Modeling, Production and Safety Issues in Automotive Engineering

Design, Simulation, Modeling, Production and Safety Issues in Railway Transportation Engineering

Engineering Design Methodology and Design Models

Modeling and Analysis of Failure in Mechanical Systems

Advanced Materials in Machine Design and Manufacturing

Sustainability in Design and Manufacturing

Intelligent Systems in Production

Emerging Technologies in Design and Manufacturing

Smart and Intelligent Product Design

Engineering Education in Design and Production

Design for Transport Safety

Ethics in Design and Manufacturing

Design of Production Processes

Design, Simulation, Modeling, Production and Safety Issues in Aerospace Engineering

Design of Machines and their Applications

Novel Trends in Engineering Design

Mechanical Design and Production of MEMS

Modeling and Simulation of Manufacturing Systems and Processes

Flexible and Distributed Manufacturing Systems

Additive Manufacturing Technologies

Creativity and Innovation in Design

Sensor Technologies and Networks in Design

Industry 4.0 Applications and Case Studies

Computational Mechanics and Applications

Artificial intelligence applications in design and manufacturing

Impact of Disruptive Technologies in design and Manufacturing

Honorary Keynote Speaker

Prof. Dr. Yusuf ALTINTAŞ

University of British Columbia

Session date time: TBA

Digital Twin for Machine Tool Monitoring

The aim of our current research is to develop robust monitoring and process control systems that can easily be integaretd to any CNC Machine tool. The mathematical models of machining process forces, torque, power, chip load, vibrations, drive loads, servo contouring and volumetric errors along curved tool paths are developed and simulated prior to physical machining operations. CNC inherent sensory data such as servo tracking errors, spindle – fee drive drive torque and power, actual axis positions and velocities, as well as the data from machine mounted analog sensors are collected during machining the parts. The information ppredicted from the digital twin and real machining are integrated to detect chatter and tool breakage, track tool wear and contouring errors left on the part, track the wear and faults on the spindle and feed drives of the machine. Simulatenously, the sensor data is used to improve the uncertainities of material, tool and machine parameters using physics and Artificial Intelligence methods. The technology is geared towards making the machine tools intelligent and self correcting systems. Currently, the technology under development is licensed to industry and academia by the Univversity of British Columbia. The research, which is conducted in partnership with Fraunhofer Institute of Germany, is sponsored by Sandvik Coromant, Pratt & Whitney Canada, Siemens CNC, Alp Aerospace from Turkey, Liechti Switzerland and DN Solutions from Korea.

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The history of UMTIK conferences

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UMTIK 2000 UMTIK 2002 UMTIK 2004 UMTIK 2006 UMTIK 2008 UMTIK 2010 UMTIK 2012 UMTIK 2014 UMTIK 2016 UMTIK 2018 UMTIK 2022

Keynote Speakers

UMTIK 2024 Keynote Speakers



Session date time: TBA

Vector 3D Printing: From Curved Slicer to Continuous Fibre Reinforcement

Although additive manufacturing is called 3D printing, the fabrication in most cases is still in a 2.5D way - materials are accumulated layer upon layer in planes along a fixed printing direction, restricting the flexibility of 3DP. The commonly identified problems of the current 2.5D printing practice are i) weak mechanical strength between the layers of materials, ii) additional supporting structures that are hard to remove and lead to the waste of material and fabrication time, iii) staircase appearance on the surface of printed models. Moreover, this planar fabrication also forbids printing anisotropically strong materials such as carbon fibres along designed paths like "tendons in muscles" to reinforce the mechanical strength or printing on top of curved surfaces for advanced electrical / biological functions. All restrict the fast growth of 3DP technology. These limitations can be overcome by the strategy of Vector 3D Printing (Vec3DP) that extrudes materials along dynamically varied directions. Adding more Degrees-of-Freedom (DoFs) onto the 3D printer and controlling its multi-axis motion is less difficult to implement on hardware. Robotic arms for welding or advanced multi-axis milling machines have already realised this sort of motion. However, the state-of-the-art lacks a computational kernel to effectively generate optimised toolpaths / motions of Vec3DP for models with complex geometry and material distribution although there are some pilot works that can produce relatively simple models. In this talk, I will introduce our recent research effort of investigating a field-based computation paradigm to push the boundary of Vec3DP.



Prof. Dr. Charlie C. L. WANG

Special Sessions

Design and Human Interface

Session Managers:

Professor Dr. Tetsuro OGI, Keio University

Assistant Professor Dr. Kei MATSUOKA, Kagawa University


About Organizers

Professor Dr. Tetsuro OGI, Keio University

Tetsuro Ogi is a professor at Graduate School of System Design and Management, Keio University. He obtained a master's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tokyo in 1986, and joined Mitsubishi Research Institute as a researcher. He obtained a Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tokyo in 1994 and was named associate professor at the University of Tokyo in 1996. He moved to the Department of Computer Science, Graduate School of Systems and Information Engineering, University of Tsukuba in 2004 as an associate professor. In 2008, he moved to Keio University. His research interests include human interface, virtual reality, augmented reality, high presence communication, etc.

Assistant Professor Dr. Kei MATSUOKA, Kagawa University

Kei Matsuoka is an assistant professor at Kagawa University. He joined GK Tech Inc. as a researcher after completing his master's degree at Keio University's Graduate School of System Design and Management in 2014. He became an assistant professor at the Department of Multidisciplinary of Design Science, Faculty of Engineering, Shonan Institute of Technology in 2020. He obtained Ph.D in Design Science from Chiba University in 2023. His research interests include Media Design, Virtual Reality, Interactive Design, Universal Design, and Timeaxis Design.

Scope

Recently, the situation in product design has been changing significantly. A lot of systems have become multi-functional and complex, and are not easy to use for many users. In the field of product design, the concept of virtual engineering has been introduced, where products are designed virtually using digital technologies before being manufactured physically. In addition, online communication has become rapidly popular due to the pandemic of COVID-19, and is now used in the field of product design. In this situation, it is important to consider the usability for the users and perform design from the viewpoint of human interface. However, the component technologies of the human interfaces are progressing rapidly, and it is important to effectively apply advanced technologies such as VR/AR, metaverse, AI, IoT, tele-immersion, communication robot, etc. to design effective human interface. In this special session, we discuss new design approach from the viewpoint of human interfaces that includes the application of cutting-edge technologies.

The topics will include (but not limited to)

  • Human interface
  • Usability
  • VR/AR
  • AI and machine learning
  • IoT
  • Tele-immersion
  • Communication robot
  • Online communication
  • Metaverse
  • Interactive design
  • Human centered design
  • Kansei engineering

Design Science and Timeaxis Design

Session Managers:

Professor Dr. Yoshiyuki MATSUOKA, Keio University and Waseda University

Associate Professor Dr. Takeo KATO, Keio University


About Organizers

Professor Dr. Yoshiyuki MATSUOKA, Keio University and Waseda University

From 1982 to 1996, Dr. Yoshiyuki Matsuoka designed many passenger cars for the Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. and managed the design department. He also has served a president of Japanese Society for the Science of Design and a committee member of Japanese government agencies.
He is currently an honorary professor at Keio University and a visiting professor at Waseda University in Japan. He presides over the DesignJuku, which provides a venue for designers, engineers, researchers and students in various areas of design.
He has mainly carried out research on design science and has already constructed new theory, for instance, the AGE thinking model, the multispace design model and the design dualism. For his research, he has received many awards such as the 2002 Liberty Mutual Best Paper Award from the International Ergonomics Association. He is also listed in Who'sWho in the World and Science and Engineering Edition.

Associate Professor DR. Takeo KATO, Keio University

Takeo Kato is an associate professor of Mechanical Engineering at Keio University. He is also an executive board member of Japanese Society for the Science of Design, Japan Society for Design Engineering, and Japan Society of Kansei Engineering.
His research focuses on the design theory and methodology to improve the quality and efficiency of product development and the product design applying them. His research topics include generative design of curve/curved surface; affective/Kansei state estimation using NIRS, EDA, and cardiography; robust/set-based design; creativity support tools; and ergonomic design of welfare devices.

Scope

In response to the various challenges facing the society in these days, such as environmental problem, safe and security problem, the fulfillment of emotional value, it is required to integrate all the knowledge of specialized design fields and works together on addressing the challenges. For moving toward this achievement, it is vital to form “Design Science” as a common basis.
In this special session, we discuss the meaning and the framework of “Design Science” toward the integration of design fields and works on sharing the same recognition. Additionally, we advocate “Timeaxis Design”, the new paradigm applying “Design Science”. “Timeaxis Design” introduces the concept of time axis into the design theory and methodology to correspond to the time-dependent fluctuation of the circumstance of artifacts/services. Service design and bio-inspired design are applied to grow the value and deepen emotional attachment to the artifact/service along with its continuing use.

The topics will include (but not limited to)

  • Design science
  • Design theory
  • Design model
  • Design method/methodology
  • Design practice
  • Timeaxsis design
  • Service design
  • Bio-inspired design
  • Optimal/robust design
  • Emergent design
  • Generative design
  • Emotional design
  • Ergonomic design
  • Design for Additive manufacturing
  • Optimal design
  • Emergent design
  • Emotional design
  • Ergonomic design
  • Design for Additive manufacturing

Dynamics and machining stability for flexible systems

Session Managers:

Dr. Z. Murat Kilic , School of Engineering, The University of Manchester

Prof. Jixiang Yang, School of Mechanical Science & Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology

Dr. Mohit Law , Machine Tool Dynamics Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur


About Organizers

Dr. Z. Murat KILIÇ, School of Engineering, The University of Manchester

Dr. Kilic is a Lecturer at the School of Engineering at The University of Manchester. He earned his PhD degree and Postdoctoral research experience from the University of British Columbia, and has 2.5 years of industry experience at Pratt & Whitney Canada and at ITRI Intelligent Machine Tools Division. His research interests are on machining dynamics, digital twinning of manufacturing operations, high performance tools and process optimisation. He is a Member of the Reviewing Committee of the International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture for which he previously served as Assistant Editor for 3 years. Dr Kilic is a Research Affiliate of the International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP). The papers he co-authored received ASME Blackall and Machine Tool Gage Award (2012), and Best Technical Paper Award in SIGGRAPH Asia (2022).

Prof. Jixiang Yang, School of Mechanical Science & Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology

Dr. Yang is currently a Professor of Digital Manufacturing with Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST), Wuhan, China. He received the Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from HUST in 2015. From 2012 to 2014, he was a joint Ph.D. student with the University of British Columbia (UBC) Vancouver, Canada. From 2015 to 2017, and from 2017 to 2019, he was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in HUST and UBC, respectively. His research interests include control, trajectory optimization, CNC machining and robotic manufacturing. He is a Research Affiliate of the International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP). He has published 37 journal papers as the first or corresponding author on Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture, ASME Journal of Manufacturing Science and engineering, etc.

Dr. Mohit Law, Machine Tool Dynamics Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur

Dr. Law is an Associate Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India. He received his PhD from the University of British Columbia, Canada. He has studied, trained, and worked in India, in the USA, in Canada, and in Germany. His research interests center on understanding how and why machine tools vibrate, measuring those vibrations, and on how best to mitigate them. He and his group endeavor hard to work on use inspired fundamental research that is useful to the cutting and machine tool industries. He has received several awards for his research and teaching. He is the only Indian associate member of the CIRP – the International Academy for Production Engineering.

Scope

Multi-axis milling, turning, and grinding of thin-walled structures using flexible machining systems such as slender tools and flexible robotic arms integrated with spindles have many inherent challenges due to vibrations and chatter as well as dimensional errors. Recent innovations in tooling, AI-assisted approaches, and process modelling promise near optimal cutting performance by minimizing vibrations and compensating for errors.
The session will focus on the following and related topics:

  • Modelling, simulation, or digital twinning solutions of machine tool vibrations and chatter stability with flexible machining systems such as thin-walled milling, shell turning, and robotic machining;
  • System identification, modal analysis, or process monitoring of flexible systems;
  • Chatter avoidance in flexible machining systems through active and passive damping solutions, tool geometry design, or path planning strategies;
  • Active control in compliant grinding such as robotic polishing;
  • Use of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in vibration prediction and control;
  • Nonlinearities in flexible machining systems;
  • Special challenging processes such as turn-milling, vibration-assisted machining, or micro-machining;
  • Challenges associated with the machining of additively manufactured components.

About the submissions

Extended abstracts of maximum 2 pages with font size 11 and regular margins will be sent to the contact address. In the extended abstract, aim and objectives of the study with brief mention of the literature is expected along with explanation of motivation and novelty of the proposed work.
Accepted extended abstracts will be invited for a 15-minute presentation at the special session of the UMTIK conference. Then, the selected works will be further invited for submitting original research papers to the related special issue of the Journal of Manufacturing and Materials Processing (Impact factor: 3.2), which is an important open-access journal in manufacturing engineering field.
Please see the following link to get more information on the special issue's scope:

https://www.mdpi.com/journal/jmmp/special_issues/EH44MN9FKV.

Contact Addresses:

Z. Murat Kilic PhD
Lecturer in Digital Manufacturing
School of Engineering
The University of Manchester, Manchester M13 9PL, United Kingdom
E-mail: zekaimurat.kilic@manchester.ac.uk

Mohit Law PhD
Associate Professor
Machine Tool Dynamics Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Kanpur 208016, India
E-mail: mlaw@iitk.ac.in

Jixiang Yang PhD
Professor in Digital Manufacturing
School of Mechanical Science & Engineering
Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan 430074, China
E-mail: jixiangyang@hust.edu.cn

Innovative solutions for sustainable design and operation in the built environment

Session Manager:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Cihan TURHAN , Energy Systems Engineering Department, Atilim University
Dr. Cristina CARPINO , Mechanical, Energetic and Management Engineering Department DIMEG, University of Calabria


About Organizers

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Cihan TURHAN, Energy Systems Engineering Department, Atilim University

Cihan Turhan is an associate professor of Energy Systems Engineering at Atılım University, Turkey. He recieved his Master and PhD degree on Energy Systems Engineering and Mechanical Engineering in Izmir Institute of Technology. He also studied on advanced control techniques for the HVAC systems in Ferrara/Italy. He is currently an associate member of American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers. He has many international and national funded projects on energy systems. Furthermore, Dr. Turhan is an editorial board member of “Journal of Building Design and Environment” journal.
His research focuses on the building energy efficiency, renewable energy technologies, artificial intelligence on energy systems, smart systems and indoor and outdoor thermal comfort.

Dr. Cristina CARPINO, Mechanical, Energetic and Management Engineering Department DIMEG, University of Calabria, Arcavacata di Rende (CS), Italy

Dr. Cristina Carpino is a research fellow at the Department of Mechanical, Energy, and Management Engineering at the University of Calabria (Italy). She graduated in Building Engineering and Architecture in 2011, with a thesis focused on the use of passive solar systems to reduce energy consumption in buildings. In 2019, she completed her Ph.D. in Civil and Industrial Engineering, addressing the topic of Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (nZEB). Her research specifically investigated innovative technical solutions for warm climates and the impact of occupancy. Dr. Carpino has actively participated in national and international research projects, co-authoring numerous scientific publications in peer-reviewed journals within the energy efficiency sector. She is an expert in energy performance legislation, environmental sustainability rating systems, and dynamic energy simulation. She is involved in training activities at the University of Calabria, particularly in the field of building energy certification. Her research is centered on sustainable building design, renovation of existing structures, smart buildings, and the integration of renewable energy, with an emphasis on eco-design for promoting green practices within the construction sector.

Scope

Innovative solutions for sustainable design and operation for the built environment encompasses a comprehensive evaluation of cutting-edge methodologies, technologies, and practices aimed at fostering sustainability within the realms of architectural design, construction, and operation. The scope of this session includes but is not limited to, advancements in green building materials, energy-efficient systems, renewable energy integration, smart building technologies, and sustainable urban planning strategies. Additionally, the scope extends to innovative approaches for optimizing resource utilization, minimizing environmental impact, enhancing occupant health and well-being, and promoting resilience against climate change and natural disasters. By adopting a multidisciplinary perspective, this session aims to spotlight groundbreaking solutions that not only tackle present challenges but also proactively anticipate and adapt to future sustainability requirements within the built environment.
The topics will include (but not limited to):

  • Innovative materials for buildings
  • Advanced energy technologies
  • Indoor air quality
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Thermal comfort and sensation
  • Energy efficiency
  • Renewable technologies
  • Climate change
  • Indoor climate
  • Intelligent design and solutions
  • Zero and positive energy buildings
  • Special built environments
  • Decreasing CO2 emmisions
  • Reducting and balancing of energy demand
  • Innovative energy systems
  • Personalized systems in the built environment
  • CFD simulations in built environment
  • Building energy simulations

About the submissions

Extended version of the selected submitted papers will be sent to a special issue in “Journal of Building Design and Environment” journal (ISSN 2811-0749 (Online)).
If you are interested in submitting a paper please send your expression of interest to:

Special Issue Link


Contact Addresses:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Cihan TURHAN
Atılım University
Energy Systems Engineering Department
Kızılcasar Mahallesi 06830
Gölbaşı/İncek/Ankara/TURKEY
E-mail: cihan.turhan@atilim.edu.tr

Submission Deadline: 2024-08-31

JBDE Editorial Office Email: jbde@omniscient.sg
For Author Guidelines, Please Refer to: http://ojs.omniscient.sg/index.php/jbde/page/author_guidelines
For Online Submission, Please Login at: http://ojs.omniscient.sg/index.php/jbde/login

Work Shops

TRİZ (Yaratıcı Problem Çözme Teorisi) Eğitimi (Başlangıç Seviye)

Düzenleyici:

Burak Can ÇİÇEK- ROKETSAN


Düzenleyici Hakkında

Burak Can ÇİÇEK

1987 yılında Ankara’da doğmuş olan Burak Can ÇİÇEK, Roketsan A.Ş.’de Kıdemli Lider Sistem Mühendisi olarak çalışmaktadır. 2009 yılında İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi Makine Mühendisliği bölümünden birincilikle mezun olduktan sonra Roketsan A.Ş.’de çalıştığı sırada 2014 yılında Orta Doğu Teknik Üniversitesi Makine Mühendisliği Bölümünde Yüksek Lisans eğitimini tamamlamıştır. 15 yılı aşkın süredir Roketsan A.Ş.’de çalışan Burak Can ÇİÇEK, yapısal ve dinamik analiz sorumlusu, proje yöneticisi, sistem mühendisi, proje teknik yöneticisi ve sistem test ve değerlendirme birim yönetici görevlerinde çalışmıştır. 2016 yılından itibaren TRIZ konusunda çalışmalarını sürdüren Burak Can ÇİÇEK, Seviye-3 sertifikaya sahiptir. Bu zamana kadar 300’den fazla savunma sanayii çalışanına TRIZ eğitimi vermiş olup Roketsan Akademi ve Savunma Sanayii Akademide TRIZ eğitimleri vermektedir.

AMAÇ

Mühendislik problemlerine yaratıcı, yenilikçi ve hızlı çözüm bulmayı sağlamaktır. Buna ilave olarak mühendislik problemlerinin çözümüne yönelik sistematik bir bakış açısı kazandırmaktır.


Eğitimin Kazanımları:

  • Sistematik problem çözme bakış açısının kazandırılması
  • Mühendislik problemlerinin modellenmesi
  • Teknik çelişkilerin, çelişkiler matrisi ile çözümü
  • Fiziksel çelişkilerin çözümü
  • Su-Field ile problemin sistemin modellenmesi
  • Su-Field ile problemin çözümü

Katılımcı Profili:

Tasarım, üretim, entegrasyon, kalite sistem yönetimi, proje yönetimi, sistem mühendisliği ve mühendislik sistemleri ile ilgili bölümlerde çalışan mühendisler


Ön Şartlar:

Temel mühendislik eğitimi almış olmak.


Eğitim İçeriği:

Aşağıdaki konu başlıkları temel seviyede anlatılacak olup problem çözümleri ile konuların kavranması sağlanacaktır.

  • Giriş
  • TRIZ'in tarihçesi
  • İdealite
  • Mühendislik Sistemlerinin Gelişim Eğilimleri
  • TRIZ Problem Çözme Yöntemleri
  • Çelişkiler matrisi
  • 40 yaratıcı prensip
  • Madde-Alan (Su-Field)
  • Ayırma Prensipleri
  • Örnek Problem Çözümleri
  • Kapanış

Eğitim Tarihi:

Cuma 16/08/2024

UMTIK 2024

International Program Committee Members

Name

Surname

Country

Erdem ACAR TÜRKİYE
Serpil ACAR UNITED KINGDOM
Samet AKAR TÜRKİYE
M. Oktay ALNIAK TÜRKİYE
Ali M. ALSAMHAN SAUDI ARABIA
Yusuf ALTINTAŞ CANADA
Carla ANFLOR BRASIL
Ömer ANLAĞAN TÜRKİYE
Ahmet Hakan ARGEŞO TÜRKİYE
Özgür ASLAN TÜRKİYE
Hediye ATİK TÜRKİYE
Paulo Jorge BÁRTOLO SINGAPORE
Bekir BEDİZ TÜRKİYE
Erhan BUDAK TÜRKİYE
Mehmet ÇELİK TÜRKİYE
Barış ÇETİN TÜRKİYE
Shun Fung CHIU THE PHILIPPINES
Ender CİĞEROĞLU TÜRKİYE
Leo COURTY FRANCE
Samad DADVANDIPOUR HUNGARY
Yılser DEVRİM TÜRKİYE
László DUDÁS HUNGARY
Ferenc ERDELYI HUNGARY
Abdülkadir ERDEN TÜRKİYE
Zühal ERDEN TÜRKİYE
Kaan ERKORKMAZ CANADA
Tahir FİDAN TÜRKİYE
Faby FONG TAIWAN R.O.C.
Necdet GEREN TÜRKİYE
Greg GIBBONS UNITED KINGDOM
Jui-Pin HUNG TAIWAN R.O.C.
Wen-Yuh JYWE TAIWAN R.O.C.
Bilgin KAFTANOĞLU TÜRKİYE
Çetin KARATAŞ TÜRKİYE
Yiğit KARPAT TÜRKİYE
Şükran KATMER TÜRKİYE
Takeo KATO JAPAN
Yusuf KAYNAK TÜRKİYE
Zafer KAZANCI UNITED KINGDOM
Behzat Bahadır KENTEL TÜRKİYE
Z. Murat KILIÇ UNITED KINGDOM
Gökhan KİPER TÜRKİYE
Bahattin KOÇ TÜRKİYE
Ramji KOONA INDIA
Gökhan KÜÇÜKTÜRK TÜRKİYE
İsmail LAZOĞLU TÜRKİYE
Kuan-Ming LI TAIWAN R.O.C.
Yangmin LI HONG KONG
Raphael LORAIN FRANCE
Ming-Chyuan LU TAIWAN R.O.C.
Tzuo Liang LUO TAIWAN R.O.C.
Kei MATSUOKA JAPAN
Yoshiyuki MATSUOKA JAPAN
Pınar MENGÜÇ TÜRKİYE
Tomoyuki MIYASHITA JAPAN
Tuğrul ÖZEL USA
Gökhan ÖZGEN TÜRKİYE
Emre ÖZLÜ TÜRKİYE
Fahrettin ÖZTÜRK TÜRKİYE
Katta Durga PRASAD INDIA
Ferit SAİT TÜRKİYE
İbrahim Etem SAKLAKOĞLU TÜRKİYE
Durmuş Tayyar ŞEN TÜRKİYE
Eiji SHAMATO JAPAN
Sergey SHEVTSOV RUSSIA
Vadim S. SILBERSCHMIDT UNITED KINGDOM
Uğur ŞİMŞİR TÜRKİYE
Meng-Shiun TSAI TAIWAN R.O.C.
Cihan TURHAN TÜRKİYE
Ali ÜNÜVAR TÜRKİYE
Min WAN P.R.C.
Selçuk YAHŞİ TÜRKİYE
Ulaş YAMAN TÜRKİYE
Tanfer YANDAYAN TÜRKİYE
Hakan YAVAŞ TÜRKİYE
Wong Kuan YEW MALAYSIA
Çağrı Vakkas YILDIRIM TÜRKİYE
Ali Rıza YILDIZ TÜRKİYE
Bülent YILMAZ TÜRKİYE
Oğuzhan YILMAZ TÜRKİYE
Michael ZAEH GERMANY

UMTIK 2024

Organizing Committee Members

  • Prof. Dr. M. Cemal ÇAKIR
  • Mechanical Engineering Department
  • Uludağ University
  • Email
  • Website
  • LinkedIn
  • Dr. Barış ÇETİN
  • FNSS
  • Email
  • Prof. Dr. S. Engin KILIÇ
  • Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Departments
  • Atilim University
  • Email
  • Website
  • LinkedIn
  • Asst. Prof. Dr. Ramazan Hakkı NAMLU
  • Mechanical Engineering Department
  • Atılım University
  • E-Mail
  • Website
  • LinkedIn
  • Prof. Dr. İ. Etem SAKLAKOĞLU
  • Mechanical Engineering Department
  • Ege University
  • Email
  • Webpage
  • LinkedIn
  • Asst. Prof. Damla TOPALLI
  • Computer Engineering Department
  • Atilim University
  • Email
  • Website
  • LinkedIn

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE OF

“Commemoration of Professor Metin AKKÖK Day”

  • Assoc. Prof. Ulaş YAMAN
  • Mechanical Engineering Department
  • Middle East Technical University
  • Email
  • Website
  • LinkedIn
  • Asst. Prof. Selcuk HİMMETOĞLU
  • Mechanical Engineering Department
  • Hacettepe University
  • Email
  • Website
  • LinkedIn

UMTIK 2024 Scientific Secretariat

  • Res. Asst. Yunus Emre Nehri
  • Mechanical Engineering Department
  • Balıkesir University
  • Email
  • Website
  • LinkedIn
  • Res. Asst. Mehmet Furkan Özbey
  • Mechanical Engineering Department
  • Atılım University
  • E-Mail
  • Website
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UMTIK 2024 Paper Submission

Contributors are invited to submit full manuscripts with the complete address of the communicating author, phone number, fax number and e-mail address. The submitted manuscripts will be reviewed (Double Blind Peer Review) by the international program committee. Upon acceptance, further information will be mailed to the communicating authors for revisions and preparation of the final manuscript, and registration to the conference.

The presenting authors are urged to complete their registration to the Conference before July 21st, 2024. Manuscripts of the presenting authors who have not completed their registration by that date will not be published. Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceeding book.

All communications including submission of the manuscripts will be carried by e-mail and internet medium. To submit your paper(s) please use CMT system link provided here.

It is required to prepare and format your manuscript according to the provided paper templates.

NOTE: Selected papers' authors will be invited to submit an extended version of their manuscript for being published in MATIM journal.


NOTE:If authors are wishing to publish only their paper abstract and do not want to publish the full paper in the conference proceedings, are requested to add a note (description) during the submission process regarding their request. Upon accepting the paper, only the paper abstract will be published in the abstracts book.

UMTIK 2024 English Manuscript's Template
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UMTIK 2024 Turkish Manuscript's Template
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Important Dates


Event Date
Manuscript Submission Due: June 7th June 30th 2024
Notification of Acceptance: June 21st July 14th 2024
Revised Manuscript Submission and Author Registration Due: July 21st 2024
Announcement of the Conference Program: July 28th 2024


UMTIK 2024

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UMTIK 2024 POSTER UMTIK 2024 POSTER
UMTIK 2024 BROCHURE UMTIK 2024 BROCHURE
UMTIK 2024 SPONSORSHIP DOCUMENT UMTIK 2024 SPONSORSHIP DOCUMENT

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