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UKC 2010 Symposiums

 Aerospace, Automotive, & Mechanics (AAM)
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 Bionano Systems (BNS)
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 Green Civil, Environment, & Transportation (CET)
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 Cyber Physical Systems (CPS)
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 Energy & Environmental Technologies (EET)
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 Global Smart Grid (GSG)
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 Food, Health & Pharmaceuticals (FHP)
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 Information, Communications, & Network (ICN)
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 Nano Science & Technology (NST)
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 Pure & Applied Science (PAS)

US Air Force AFOSR/AOARD Workshops

 Nanostructured Materials & Nanoelectronics

Women in Science Engineering

 WISE Forum

Young Generation and Professional

 YGPF Forum

UKC 2010 - Call for Papers - AAM

>> Aerospace, Automotive, and Mechanics Symposium <<

Conference Date: August 12-15 (Thu-Sun), 2010
Venue: Hyatt Regency Bellevue, Bellevue, Washington, USA
Extended One-Page Abstract Due: April 30, 2010
Notification to Authors: April 30, 2010
Final One-Page Abstract: Due: May 31, 2010

OBJECTIVE AND TOPICS

This symposium addresses Aerospace, Automotive, and Mechanics, focusing on emerging technologies and their applications. It covers a wide spectrum of technologies related to automotive and aerospace engineering as well as the current emerging mechanics of Nano-, Bio-, and Eco-mechanics. The topics of interests include, but are not limited to,

  • Advanced transportation technology
  • Aerodynamics
  • Structural and crash analysis
  • Design of structures and parts
  • Material characterization
  • Power and propulsion
  • Noise and vibration
  • Electronics and control
  • Nano-mechanics
  • Eco-mechanics
  • MEMS
  • Energy
  • SYMPOSIUM CO-CHAIRS

  • Symposium Chair: Hoon Huh (hhuh@kaist.ac.kr, KAIST, Korea)
  • Symposium Co-Chair: Hyonny Kim (hyonny@ucsd.edu, UCSD, USA)