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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics AIM 2008

IEEE/ASME AIM 2008 Call for papers 

2008 IEEE/ASME International Conference on Advanced Intelligent Mechatronics
(AIM 2008)

July 2-5, 2008
Sofitel on Renmin Square Xian, Xian, China     

Full Paper Submission Deadline: March 1, 2008 


The IEEE/ASME AIM 2008 conference will take place from July 2 to 5, 2008 at
the Sofitel on Renmin Square Xian in the historical city of Xian, China.
The theme of AIM 2008 is "Intelligent mechatronics for the advancement of
humanity", reflecting the fast growing interests in research, development
and applications in the dynamic and exciting areas of advanced intelligent
mechatronics. Xian, located at the geographic center of China, is one of the
most ancient capitals in the world since Xian was the Chinese national
capital of 12 dynasties from Western Zhou (1046-771 BC) to Tang (618-907),
featuring its historical sites, rich cultural relics, and beautiful scenery
sites. Xian is also the home to the terracotta warriors and horses unearthed
1974 and is the starting point of the famous Silk Road to the West. AIM 2008
promises to be a great event for researchers and scholars in the general
area of advanced intelligent mechatronics, with attractive technical and
social programs. AIM 2008 conference invites high quality original research
and development papers in all areas of mechatronics and related topics. 

Contributed Papers:
Original papers are solicited in all related areas of advanced intelligent
mechatronics. Full papers must be submitted in PDF format prepared strictly
following the IEEE PDF Requirements for Creating PDF Documents for the IEEE
XploreR. For detailed format information, please visit the conference
website. All accepted papers will be indexed by EI and included in IEEE

Best Paper Awards:
All papers will be included in the evaluation for the Best Conference Paper
and Best Student Paper Awards. 

Tutorials & Workshops:
Proposals for tutorials & workshops addressing new topics in intelligent
mechatronics are invited for submission to the T/W Chairs:
Prof. YangQuan Chen:
Prof. Chunyi Su: 

Tour Packages:
Tourist packages to local attractions will be provided. 

Important Dates:

March 1, 2008:  Submission of original PDF full papers and video clips 

March 1, 2008:  Submission of proposals for tutorials and workshops 

April 30, 2008: Notification of paper, video clip and T/W acceptance 

May 10, 2008:   Submission of final IEEE PDF papers and video clips 

For more information about AIM 2008 conference, visit: 

AIM 2008 Conference Organizing Committee