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Virtual Lamdamap 14th International Conference & Exhibition
10th -11th March 2021

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10th – 11th March 2021
Virtual Conference & Exhibition

AMRC 2019

euspen’s 14th International Conference and Exhibition on Laser Metrology, Coordinate Measuring Machine and Machine Tool Performance, (LAMDAMAP 2021) was planned to be held at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Södertälje Campus, Södertälje, Sweden. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been decided to deliver this meeting as a “virtual online web-meeting”, to ensure the participants remain safely connected. 

The 14th International Conference and Exhibition on Laser Metrology, Coordinate Measuring Machine and Machine Tool Performance, (LAMDAMAP 2021) will be organised by euspen drawing together many of the worlds distinguished scientists drawn from all areas of science, engineering and medicine.   It embraces NEW TOPICS and a NEW FORMAT.

Advanced machine tool metrology supports superior part production; enabling, understanding and tracking of baseline performance machines. Whilst the trend towards nanometre level surfaces finishes and features progresses, matching both form and finish coherently in complex parts remains a major challenge.

This conference will take place in virtually and will focus on Metrology in New Fabrication Techniques; New Developments in Measurement Techniques; Novel Manufacturing Technologies & Machine Tools; Performance Evaluation for Machine Tools & CMMs; Roughness & Machine Tool Standards; Accuracy and Performance Evaluation of Industrial Manipulators; Integrated Metrology in New Fabrication Techniques and Machine Learning for Metrology and Precision.

The organising commitee for euspen‘s 14th Lamdamap Conference and Exhibition is Prof. Andreas Archenti, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, SE; Prof. Liam Blunt, University of Huddersfield, UK;  Prof. Andrew Longstaff, University of Huddersfield, UK and Prof. BG Rosén, Halmstad University, SE.

Programme
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Student Scholarship
Keynote & Invited Presentations
Commercial Presenters
Scientific Committee

We understanding networking is the key to the success of euspen’s events, and whilst we have had to adapt this event and bring this to you virtually, we still hope the structure will allow our presenters and registrants to discuss issues of immediate relevance to the area of machine tool metrology. To stimulate such cross fertilisation of ideas and experiences, we have incorporated an extended coffee break at the end of each oral session to allow for an interactive discussion with presenters and all registrants alike.

The production of more and more accurate and smaller and smaller components relies and indeed is underpinned by advanced machine tool metrology, which facilitates the assessment of performance of machines. This requirement becomes more pressing as the drive in industry towards the greater use of nano-scale surface finishes and features gathers pace. It is vital that form and finish is produced consistently in small complex parts, and it is here that the key challenge for advanced metrology solutions exists today.

The extended coffee breaks allocated for discussing presentations, will allow for the transfer of knowledge bringing the next generation of manufacturers to incorporate available advances in measurement techniques to meet tomorrow’s specifications.

Conference Themes

  • Metrology in New Fabrication Techniques
  • New Developments in Measurement Techniques
  • Novel Manufacturing Technologies & Machine Tools
  • Performance Evaluation for Machine Tools & CMMs
  • Roughness & Machine Tool Standards
  • Accuracy and Performance Evaluation of Industrial Manipulators
  • Integrated Metrology in New Fabrication Techniques
  • Machine learning for Metrology and Precision

Submission Guidance

When using the online paper submit abstract button (below) for submitting your full paper or extended abstract, you will be requested to create a profile which is separate to your euspen membership profile information. Once you have completed your profile you will be required to upload your file.

Note to authors who have already submitted a short abstract.  The reviewers comments can be seen by logging into your submission profile page and clicking on ‘View Abstract Status’. Your full paper submission can then be uploaded using ‘Paper Submission’ file as this will then link your previous submissions.

For this virtual conference euspen are happy to accept either extended abstracts or full papers.  Both papers will be reviewed by the International Scientific Committee and awarded either an oral or poster presentation.

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Short Abstract Submission

Abstracts are expected to describe original work, previously unpublished and should indicate new and significant advances and their importance. Initially short abstracts comprising of approx. 300 words in length should be submitted online using the template provided.

Following review of short abstracts, authors will be provided with instructions for submitting a full paper.

Full Paper Submission

Submitted papers should be a maximum of 10 pages of A5 (as per the above template). Papers are expected to describe original work, previously unpublished and should indicate new and significant advances and their importance. Papers must be submitted in WORD or PDF format using the template provided.

On acceptance of the paper, authors will be notified and provided with instructions for presentation (oral/poster).

Extended Abstract Submission (Poster Presentation)

Extended abstracts should be a maximum of 4 pages of A5 (as per the above template). Extended abstracts are expected to describe original work, previously unpublished and should indicate new and significant advances and their importance. Abstracts must be submitted in WORD or PDF format using the template provided.

On acceptance of the extended abstract, authors will be notified and provided with instructions for presentation (oral/poster).

Please note: Authors are expected to attend in person to present their work.
Papers accepted into the conference proceedings are included in Elsevier’s citation index. The final decision on acceptance of all papers is made by the Editor and Lamdamap’s Scientific Committee. The invitation to submit an abstract does not constitute an offer to pay registration costs associated with the conference. Similarly, no speaker fee is paid to successful participants. All speakers must register for the conference and transfer registration fee. In specific cases the organising committee reserves the right to deviate from the standard procedure.

Key Dates

14th November 2020 : Short Abstract Submission Deadline

11th December 2020 : Paper Submission Deadline (Full & Extended)

7th January 2021 : Scholarship Application Deadline

11th January 2021 : Delegate Registration Opens

22nd January 2021 : Notification of Presentation Award (Oral/Poster)

22nd January 2021 : Student Scholarship Notification

Lamdamap Conference Fees

  • €195+VAT Delegate rate – euspen members
  • €295+VAT Delegate rate – euspen Non-members

  • €95+VAT Delegate rate – euspen Student members
  • €375+VAT – Supporter/Exhibitor
  • €55+VAT  Tutorial

Keynote & Invited Presentations

Dr Masahiko Mori 

DMG MORI, JP

The future of global manufacturing and machine tool industry

In the field of manufacturing, optimized machining process and its highly-operable surroundings are the main drivers to maximize the whole productivity.

For decades, machining process has been improved in the course of the development of 5-axis or multi-axis machine tools as well as the process integration into single machine tool. It has now come to the era of automation and digitization, supported by the growing global demand for skilled operators, which is capable of unmanned operations and continuous monitoring, analysis and thus improvement of the process.

This presentation shows how the global manufacturing and machine tool industry have been changing, and how DMG MORI plays a role of a machine tool manufacturer who enables its customers worldwide take part in the continuous circle of productivity improvement.

Biography

Dr Masahiko Mori was born in Nara, Japan in 1961. After studying mechanical engineering at Kyoto University, Japan, he worked at ITOCHU Corporation as a salesperson of textile machineries and advanced composite materials for 8 years. Since 1999 when 37 years old, he has been president of Mori Seiki Co. Ltd. He got Dr. Eng degree from the University of Tokyo in 2003. Since 2009 collaboration began with Gildemeister in Germany and in October, 2013, both companies integrated their names to further strengthen the “DMG MORI” brand name.

Since May 2018, he has been Chairman of the Supervisory Board, DMG MORI Aktiengesellschaft.

Dr Mori serves as President / CEO of DMG MORI Group. He also serves as the Vice-President of the Japan Machine Tool Builders Association (JMTBA), fellow of International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP), Board member of Kyoto University Innovation Capital, specially appointed Professor of the Graduate School of Advanced Leadership Studies, Kyoto University.

Ian Laidler 

Wayland Additive, UK

The future of global manufacturing and machine tool industry

Electron beam additive manufacturing was introduced as a process over 20 years ago, along with its competing technology selective laser melting. Both have advanced and developed in that time.  These two technologies offer the user something different.  Wayland is a new entrant to the metal additive market, offering a 3rd way, with a new technology “NeuBeam” that has electron beam melting at its core.  Wayland have started a fresh and developed the technology from the ground up.  This paper looks at electron beam AM / NeuBeam from a machine builder’s perspective as well as the users’ perspective, sharing the fundamental aspects of the technology to the realisation of a manufacturing process.  The inherent advantages of the technology are mapped through to end use benefits, such as productivity, controllability, flexibility and quality assurance.  Electron beam AM is one of the tools in the additive manufacturing tool set, but one that is less well known.  Development of NeuBeam  by Wayland Additive will be presented and its implications for the user will be discussed.

Biography

Ian is a Physicist and Engineer with 30 years of experience directing complex technical developments of high value capital equipment for the semiconductor and medical industries. He has worked on diverse projects ranging from the development of a superconducting electron synchrotron for the X-ray Lithography program; superconducting proton cyclotrons for PET scanners; X-ray beamlines for the world’s third generation synchrotrons; and electron beam lithography systems for the semiconductor and nanotechnology industries. Throughout these programs he has been responsible for co-ordinating high performing teams and delivering equipment to the demanding semiconductor standards.

Dr Wolfgang Knapp 

Engineering Office, CH

Standards for machine tools, an update

This is a report on standards activities within ISO/TC 39, machine tools, since the last update presented during Lamdamap 2017. Furthermore, the report contains current standard projects, i.e. standards and technical reports currently under development.

Biography

To view Dr Wolfgang Knapp’s curriculum vitae please click here.

Commercial Presenters

Mark Stocker, Fives Landis Ltd – Cranfield Precision, UK
For more information about Fives Landis Ltd – Cranfield Precision, visit:  www.fivesgroup.com

Matthew Hutchinson, Taraz Metrology, UK
For more information about Taraz Metrology, visit: www.taraz-metrology.com

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