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    AMAE 2021 - 5th International Conference on Aerospace Materials and Aerospace Engineering (AMAE 2021)

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    Category aerospace; robotics; materials; control

    Deadline: April 15, 2021 | Date: May 14, 2021-May 16, 2021

    Venue/Country: Beijing, China, China

    Updated: 2021-03-08 15:56:35 (GMT+9)

    Call For Papers - CFP

    Call for Papers

    5th International Conference on Aerospace Materials and Aerospace Engineering (AMAE 2021)

    May 14-16, 2021 / Beijing, China


    5th International Conference on Aerospace Materials and Aerospace Engineering (AMAE 2021) will be held in Beijing, China, from May 14 to 16, 2021, which is organized by Hong Kong Society of Mechanical Engineers (HKSME). The conference will serve as an international forum for the presentation and exchange of technological advances and research results in the broad fields of Mechanical, Material and Aerospace Engineering. The conference will bring together leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world. We warmly welcome prospective authors to submit your research papers to AMAE 2021, and share your latest research results and valuable experiences with other top-scientists, engineers and scholars from all over the world.

    ●Publication Information

    All the registered and presented papers will be published in The Conference Proceeding, which will be submitted to Engineering Village, Scopus, Thomson Reuters (WoS) and other databases for review and indexing.

    Selected excellent presented papers will be recommended to publish in Special Issue on Current Research Trends in Aeronautical Science, Journal of Aerospace Engineering,ISSN (online): 1943-5525, which will be indexed by EI Compendex, Scopus, etc.

    AMAE 2017/2018/2019 Proceeding has been indexed by Ei Compendex and Scopus.

    ●AMAE 2021 Speakers(Continuous updating)

    Prof. Ramesh Agarwal,Washington University in St. Louis, USA

    IEEE Fellow, ASME Fellow, AIAA Fellow,he has published more than 600 papers and has served on the editorial boards of more than 20 journals. He has devoted some of his efforts in nanotechnology and renewable energy systems - in particular wind, solar and biomass. Ramesh Agarwal’s current research interests include ground effect aerodynamics, flow control, rarefied gas dynamics and hypersonic flow, bio-fluid dynamics, wind energy, energy efficiency of buildings, chemical looping combustion and geological carbon sequestration.

    Prof. Ian McAndrew,Capitol Technology University, USA

    He is a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society , has five degrees, more than successful 35 dissertations, fifty-five peer-reviewed publications,and recognized as an international leader in aerodynamics research. His current research interests are aerodynamics and low speed flight.

    Prof. Kai Cheng,Brunel University, UK

    Professor Cheng is a Chair Professor in Manufacturing Systems at Brunel University London. His current research interests focus on design of high precision machines, ultraprecision and micro/nano manufacturing, smart tooling and smart machining. Professor Cheng and his team have enjoyed working closely with industrial companies in the UK, Europe, USA and Far East. They are working on a number of research projects funded by the EPSRC, NATEP Program, RAEng, Innovate UK program, EU Horizon 2020 Programs, and the industry. Professor Cheng is a Charted Engineer and a Fellow of the IMechE and IET, and honored as the visiting professor at Harbin Institute of Technology.

    Prof. Anatolii Kretov, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China

    Anatolii Kretov Doctor Eng.Sc. (1999), professor (2002). He graduated from the Kazan Aviation Institute (Kazan national research technical University named after A. N. Tupolev-KAI). A. Kretov has research experience with the Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (TSAGI) and with the Public Joint Stock company "Tupolev". Since 2015, A. Kretov has been a Professor at the Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics. His area of expertise is the design of high-speed aircraft and structures, as well as weight designing. He is the author of 80 articles and co-author of two books.

    ●Topics(for more topics:

    Aerospace Engineering:

    Advanced theoretical models

    Aerodynamic forces and structural flexibility

    Aeroelasticity and loads

    Aerospace robotics and mechatronics

    Aircraft design concepts

    Aircraft Maintenance Management

    Aircraft Propulsion and Gas Turbine Engines

    Aircraft Structural Analysis and Design

    Aircraft systems

    Aircraft Vibration and Aeroelasticity

    Airport Management and Operations

    Applied aerodynamics and fluid mechanics

    Aviation Logistics and Supply Chain Management

    Computational fluid dynamics

    Emerging avionics technology

    Flight software engineering and testing

    Heat transfer mechanics

    High-speed Aerodynamics

    Industrial Aerodynamics

    Novel aero engines

    Rocket theory and design

    Spacecraft avionics systems, subsystems and technologies

    Transport Management


    Unmanned aircraft technologies

    Aerospace Communications:

    Aircraft Navigation

    Astronomical Image Processing

    Attitude maneuver control

    Autonomous flight control

    Ballistic tracking

    Bistatic SAR imaging and processing

    Convex parameterization

    Detection in non-gaussian distribution environment

    Earth terminal systems

    Estimation & detection theory

    Geophysical Image Processing

    Geoscience & remote sensing

    GPS multipath

    Ground Support System

    Image Recognition and Analysis

    Interactivity via satellite

    Interference cancellation and Suppression

    Intersatellite links

    Ionospheric Techniques

    Meteorological Radar

    MIMO radar moving target detection

    MTI radar

    Multi-spacecraft imaging systems

    Nano & Micro satellites designs

    Nanosatellites networking

    NLOS communications

    Nonlinear approach to tracking problem

    Novel satellite-enabled services

    Optimal control problems

    Radar Detection & imaging

    Radar Signal Processing

    Satellite architecture, navigation and payload

    Satellite Ground Stations

    Aerospace Materials:

    Aeronautical materials process and test

    Aerospace Materials Characteristics

    Aerostructures and composites

    Development Trend of Nondestructive Testing Technology

    Manufacture of aircraft and spacecraft

    Materials for Aero Engine

    Materials for Astronautic vehicles

    Materials for Exploration Systems

    Materials for Launch Vehicle Structures

    Materials for Liquid Propulsion Systems

    Materials in Power Systems in Space Exploration

    Materials Selection for Aerospace Systems

    Subsonic Aircraft Materials Development

    ●Paper Submission


    Submission System:

    ●Call for participants

    1,Presenter:If you are interested in giving presentation on conference, without publishing your paper in the proceeding, you need to submit the abstract and title of your presentation to

    2,Listener: If you are interested in attending the conference to participant this gathering on the field of Aeronautical Materials and Aerospace Engineering, you are welcome to join us and share your ideas!

    3,Reviewer:Experts in the area of Aerospace Materials and Aerospace Engineering are welcome to join the conference as reviewer. Send your CV to:

    ●Contact Us

    Ms. Monie Wang(Conference Secretary)


    Tel:+852-30506862(English) | +86-15756362251(Chinese)


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