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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics AIM 2007

            C A L L   F O R   P A P E R S

       2007 IEEE/ASME International Conference on 

         Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics 2007



Important Dates
Paper submission:   January 15, 2007 (hard deadline)
Notification:       April 31, 2007
Camera-ready copy:  June 31, 2007
Conference:         September 4-7, 2007

ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Papers from academic and industrial communities and government
agencies are solicited in all areas of mechatronics, systems
engineering and product design. We sincerely invite you to participate
at AIM2007 to share your recent findings and discuss research and
technology at the forefront of mechatronics.

The call for papers and the conference commitee is also available at:

Authors are invited to submit their paper electronically in PDF format
by January 15, 2007. The maximum number of pages is limited to six,
including figures.  

You can download the template for LaTeX at the AIM 2007 webpage:

You also find a MS-Word template at the AIM 2007 webpage: