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Call for Papers

The 2024 3rd International Conference on Machinery, Electronics and Control Simulation (MECS 2024) serves as good platforms for academics, researchers, and engineers to meet and exchange innovative ideas and information on all aspects of material science, environment science and computer science. We are delighted to invite you to participate in MECS 2024. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

TOPIC 1: Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics

Acoustics and Noise Control


Applied Mechanics

Automation, Mechatronics and Robotics


Automotive Engineering



Biomedical Engineering


Composite and Smart Materials

Compressible Flows

Computational Mechanics

Dynamics and Vibration

Fatigue and Fracture

Fluid Dynamics

Fluid Mechanics and Machinery

Fuels and Combustion

General mechanics


Heat and Mass Transfer


Instrumentation and Control

Internal Combustion Engines

Machinery and Machine Design

Manufacturing and Production Processes

Marine System Design

Mechanical Design

Mechanical Power Engineering


MEMS and Nano Technology

Multibody Dynamics

Nanomaterial Engineering

Noise and Vibration

Noise Control

Non-destructive Evaluation

Nonlinear Dynamics

Operations Management

PC guided design and manufacture

Plasticity Mechanics

Precision mechanics, mechatronics

Production Technology

Resistance and Propulsion

Robotic Automation and Control

Solid Mechanics

Structural Dynamics

System Dynamics and Simulation

Textile and Leather Technology

Transport PhenomenaTribology



TOPIC 2: Computer Modeling and Control Simulation

Simulation Tools and Languages

Discrete Event Simulation

Object-Oriented Implementation

Web-based Simulation

Monte Carlo Simulation

Distributed Simulation

Simulation Optimization

Numerical Methods

Mathematical Modelling

Agent-based Modelling

Dynamic Modelling

Continuous and Discrete Methodologies

Time Series Analysis

Complex Systems Modeling and Simulation

Economics and Finance Modeling

Digital Cartography

Geospatial Data Integration

Geospatial Database and Data Infrastructures

Spatial Data Structures and Algorithms

TF Spectrum Analysis & Wavelet

Hardware Implementation for Signal Processing

Computer Vision & VR

Multimedia & Human-computer Interaction

Statistic Learning & Pattern Recognition

Image Processing

Data Mining

GISci for Environmental and Urban Modeling

Interoperability of Heterogeneous Spatial Data Systems

Location-Based Services

Spatial knowledge discovery and data mining

Spatiotemporal Modeling and Analysis

Spatial Data Quality and Uncertainty

Visualization of Spatial Data

Advanced Adaptive Signal Processing

Spectrum Estimation & Modeling

Unified Modeling Language (UML)

TOPIC 3: Computer Science and Electronic Information

Component-Based Software Engineering

Computability Theory

Cognitive Science

Embedded and Ubiquitous Software Engineering

Distributed and parallel software architectures

Data Processing

Patterns and Frameworks

Reflection and Metadata Approaches

Program Understanding

Software domain modeling


Object-oriented methodologies

Requirements Engineering

Web and text mining

Web-Based Tools, Applications and Environment

Multimedia and Hypermedia Software Engineering

Information theory

Logic Programming

Machine Learning

Natural Language Processing

Symbolic Mathematics

Ubiquitous Computing


Network Topology

Numerical Algorithms

Unified Modeling Language (UML)

Analysis of Algorithms


Numerical Analysis

Object-oriented Programming

Operating Systems

Procedural Programming

Programming Paradigms

Expert Systems

Quantum Computing Theory

Requirements Analysis


Cloud Computing

Computational Linguistics

Computational Neuroscience

Computational Geometry

Computational Physics

Scientific Computing

Computational Chemistry

Computational Complexity Theory

Computer Architecture


Database Management Systems

Computer Organization

Computer Programming

Wearable Computing

Evolutionary Computation

Computer Accessibility

Computer Animation

Functional Programming


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