[robotics-worldwide] [journals] IEEE/ASME Trans. Mechatronics - focused section: "Hysteresis in Smart Mechatronic Systems: Modeling, Identification, and Control"

Micky Rakotondrabe mrakoton at femto-st.fr
Mon Apr 28 10:51:36 PDT 2014


*Focused Session on "Hysteresis in Smart Mechatronic Systems: Modeling, 
Identification, and Control" 
<http://sites.femto-st.fr/%7Emicky.rakotondrabe/#ancrenews>*
(http://www.ieee-asme-mechatronics.org/)
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The IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics invites papers for a special 
section on "/_*Hysteresis in Modern Mechatronic Systems: Modeling, 
Identification, and Contro*_/l" to present developments in the area of 
hysteresis in smart mechatronic systems and to alleviate the 
difficulties associated with hysteresis nonlinearity in new smart 
mechatronic systems. The objective is to investigate new techniques for 
high performance smart mechatronic systems with consideration of 
hysteresis effects. This section will provide an opportunity for 
researchers and practitioners to exchange their most recent 
accomplishments and challenges in the area of modeling and compensation 
of hysteresis nonlinearity in smart mechatronic systems. It is expected 
that this issue will bring together the current advances in this area 
that could encourage future research directions in this field. 
Contributions from industry are encouraged, and both theoretical and 
experimental works are welcome. Potential topics include but are not 
limited to:

- Developments in hysteresis models for mechatronic systems
- Identification techniques for hysteresis models
- Developments in compensation schemes for hysteresis
- Limit cycles in systems with hysteresis
- Signals estimation/observation in systems with hysteresis
- Hysteresis in smart materials-based mechatronic systems
- Hysteresis in ferromagnetic and ferroelectric actuators and sensors
- Hysteresis in micromechatronic systems
- Hysteresis in pneumatic actuators
- Hysteresis in sensors
- Hysteresis in systems with friction
- Hysteresis in thermal and energy systems
- Hysteresis in electronic/electrical circuits and systems
- Hysteresis in robotic systems
- Hysteresis in mechanical systems with backlash

___*Manuscript submission*_
Manuscripts should be submitted through the online submission service 
available at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tmech-ieee. The cover 
letter should report the following statement: "This paper is submitted 
for possible publication in the focused section on Hysteresis in Smart 
Mechatronic Systems: Modeling, Identification, and Control". All 
manuscripts will be subjected to the peer review process. If you have 
any question relating to this Focused Section, please email one of the 
Guest Editors.

___*Important dates*_
***Paper 
Submission..........................................................................October 
1, 2014*
Completion of First 
Review................................................................February 
1, 2015
Submission of Revised 
Papers..............................................................April 1, 
2015
Completion of Final 
Review................................................................June 
1, 2015
Submission of Final Manuscripts and Copyright 
Forms.......................................August 1, 2015
Publication...............................................................................December 
2015

___*Guest Editors*_
Mohammad Al Janaideh 
<http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=CerqpQMAAAAJ&hl=fr>
Department of Mechatronics Engineering,
The University of Jordan,
Amman 11942, Jordan.
Email: aljanaideh 'at' gmail 'dot' com <mailto:aljanaideh at gmail.com>

Micky Rakotondrabe <http://sites.femto-st.fr/%7Emicky.rakotondrabe/>
Department of Automatic Control and MicroMechatronic Systems (AS2M)
FEMTO-ST Institute
CNRS UMR6174 - University of Franche-Comté at Besançon - ENSMM - UTBM
Besancon, France.
Email:mrakoton 'at' femto-st 'dot' fr <mailto:mrakoton at femto-st.fr>

Xiaobo Tan <http://www.egr.msu.edu/%7Exbtan/>
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
Michigan State University,
East Lansing, MI 48824, USA.
Email: xbtan 'at' egr 'dot' msu 'dot' edu <mailto:xbtan at egr.msu.edu>








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