Call For Papers

Contributions of the following areas are invited but papers in other related areas will be also considered.

 

  • Machining Technology

  • Metals, Alloy Design & Foundry Technology

  • Ceramics & Polymer Composite Processing

  • Welding & Joining Technology

  • Design Manufacturing

  • Automation and Robotics

  • Failure Analyses

  • Artificial Intelligence

  • Virtual Manufacturing

  • Additive Manufacturing

  • Operational Research Applications

  • Quality Systems and Management

  • Manufacturing Ergonomics

  • Supply Chain Management

  • Sustainability & Green Manufacturing

  • Lean Manufacturing

  • Powder Metallurgy

  • Nanostructured Materials

Both oral and poster presentations carry equivalent scientific status in the programme.

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LANGUAGE

The official language of the conference is English.

Language in abstract and paper

American English is to be used throughout. To avoid unnecessary errors you are strongly advised to use the `spell-check’ and `grammar-check’ functions of your word processor. Authors who feel their English language paper may require editing to eliminate possible grammatical or spelling errors to conform to proper scientific English are encouraged to seek professional service for this purpose.

 

Abstracts and papers which do not conform to the above requirements will not be considered for publication in the journal listed.

PRESENTATION & PUBLICATION
 

All papers will be peer reviewed. Selected papers will be published as special issues in the International Journal of Mechanical & Materials Engineering (Scopus), Journal of Mechanical Engineering -UiTM (Scopus) & Journal Tribology (ESCI).
 

ORAL PRESENTATION

Specific time will be allocated for oral presentations. Authors will be notified by APSIM2019 Secretariat in advance on the time slots. All authors must be present during the allocated time.

The lecture hall will be equipped with a laptop computer (c/w Windows operating system and multimedia digital projector). The speakers need to insert their MS PowerPoint slides in the laptop provided in 15 minutes before the session start.

Organised by :

Centre for Materials Engineering and Smart Manufacturing (MERCU)
Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, UKM 

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