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HMM 2022 – 7th International Symposium on History of Machines and Mechanisms

“In memoriam of the past distinguished members”
Granada-Jaén, Spain
April 28-30, 2022

Aim

The aim of the Symposium is to establish an international forum for presenting and discussing historical developments in the field of Machine and Mechanism Science (MMS).

This is the 7th event of a Symposium series that was started in 2000 in Cassino (Italy), as main activity of the IFToMM PC for History of MMS.

Scientific Committee

M. Ceccarelli, University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy) Chair
I. Aslan Isyhan, Bartin University (Turkey)
T. Chondros, University of Patras (Greece)
O. Egorova, Bauman Moscow State Tech. University (Russia)
A. Gasparetto, University of Udine (Italy)
T. Koetsier, Vrije University (Netherlands)
J. C. Jáuregui, Queretaro University (Mexico)
R. López-García, University of Jaén (Spain)
R. Pisano, Lille University (France)
B. Zhang, Chinese Academy of Science (China-Beijing)
H. S. Yan, Cheng Kung University (Taiwan, China-Taipei)

Topics

The Symposium covers all aspects of the development of MMS from antiquity to the present and its historiography:
• Modern reviews of past works.
• People, history, and their works.
• Direct memories of the recent past.
• Historic development of theories.
• History of the design of machines and mechanisms.
• Developments of mechanical design and automation.
• The historic development of teaching, of schools of engineering and the education of engineers.

At HMM 2021 special attention will be given to the work and research of past distinguished members and the role of European and Iberoamerican experiences and designs in MMS.

Paper Submission

Full papers should be submitted through the web system to be indicated on the website. At least one registration is required per submitted paper.

Guidelines for the layout of the full papers will be available in the symposium website with Springer format.

Accepted papers will be published in the proceedings by Springer, in a volume of the series on the History of Mechanism and Machine Science

http://www.springer.com/series/7481

There will be three awards (gold, silver and bronze) for each category: Student Paper, History Paper and Machine Reconstruction Paper. Gold awards will get a Springer voucher.

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