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Welcome to nanoMan2022 & AETS2022

The 8th International Conference on Nanomanufacturing &

The 4th AET Symposium on ACSM and Digital Manufacturing

(Hosted by University College Dublin, Ireland)

 
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Organising Committee

Conference Board

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Conference Committees

Organised by School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, University College Dublin, Ireland

Conference Board

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Prof. Fengzhou Fang(Chair)

Tianjin University/University College Dublin

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Prof. Kornel F. Ehmann

Northwestern University

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 Prof. Richard Leach

University of Nottingham

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Prof. Kai Cheng

Brunel University London

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Prof. Wei Gao

Tohoku University

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Dr. Chun-Hong Park

Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials

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Prof. Kenneth A.Dawson

University College Dublin

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Prof. Zhuangde Jiang

Xi'an Jiaotong University

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University of Bremen

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Scientific Committee

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Prof. Hans Hansen(Chair)

Technical University of Denmark

 

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Dr. Nicolas Blondiaux

Centre for Electronics  and Microtechnology 

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Prof. Shen Dong

Harbin Institute of Technology

 

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Prof. Han Haitjema

KU Leuven

 

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Prof. Tsunemoto Kuriyagawa

Tohoku University

 

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Dr. Johann Michler

University of Erlangen-Nürnberg

 

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Prof. Frank Pfefferkorn

University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

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Prof. Wei Yuan

South China University of Technology

 

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Prof. Zongwei Xu

Tianjin University

 

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Prof. Richard Leach(Co-Chair)

University of Nottingham

 

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Prof. Christian Brecher

RWTH Aachen University

 

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Prof. Hélène Mainaud-Durand

CERN

 

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Prof. Mark J. Jackson

Kansas State University

 

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Prof. Luis Norberto Lacalle

University of the Basque Country

 

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Prof. Michael M.N. Morgan

Liverpool John Moores University

 

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Prof. John Sheridan

University College Dublin

 

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Prof. Jiwang Yan

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Prof. Dongming Guo

Dalian University of Technology

 

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Prof. Benny C.F. Cheung

Hong Kong Polytechnic University

 

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Prof. Nicholas X. Fang

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  

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Mr. Barry Kennedy

Irish Manufacturing Research

 

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Dr. Kui Liu

Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology 

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Prof. Hajime Ohmori

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University College Dublin

 

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Mr. Barry Walsh

Alcon Laboratories Ireland Ltd

 

Programme Committee

Prof. Zhuangde Jiang(Chair)

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Xi'an Jiaotong University

 

Prof. Xun Chen

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Liverpool John Moores University

 

Prof. Seung-Woo Kim

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Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Prof. Yung-Kang Shen

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Taipei Medical University

Prof. Wei Wu

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University of Southern California

Prof. Guido Tosello

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Technical University of Denmark

 

Prof. Xichun Luo(Co-Chair)

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University of Strathclyde

 

Dr. Feng Gao

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University of Huddersfield

Dr. Jun Qian

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KU Leuven

 

Prof. Kiyoshi Takamasu

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University of Tokyo

Prof. Jining Sun

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Dalian University of Technology

Prof. Yongda Yan

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Harbin Institute of Technology

Prof. Emmanuel Brousseau

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Cardiff University

  

Prof. Weimin Lin

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Gunma University

Prof. Michale P. Sealy

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University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Prof. Yongbo Wu

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Southern University of Science and Technology

Prof. Yuki Shimizu

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Hokkaido University

Prof. Shuming Yang

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Xi'an Jiaotong University

 

Technical Committee

Dr. Richard Pitwon(Chair)

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Resolute Photonics (UK) Ltd

Prof. Xinmin Lai

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Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Prof. László Monostori

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Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 

Dr. Sein Leung Soo

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University of Birmingham

Dr.  Peter J. de Groot(Co-Chair)

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Zygo Corporation

 Prof. Steven Y. Liang

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Georgia Institute of Technology

Prof. Peter O’Brien

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University College Cork

Prof. Yu Tian

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Tsinghua University

Prof. Bernhard Karpuschewski

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University of Bremen

  

 Prof. Linares Jean Marc

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Aix Marseille Université

Prof. Paul Shore

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National Physical Laboratory

Publication Chair

Prof. Xichun Luo

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University of Strathclyde

Prof. Zhuangde Jiang(Chair)

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Xi'an Jiaotong University

 

Prof. Xun Chen

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Liverpool John Moores University

 

Prof. Seung-Woo Kim

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Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

Prof. Yung-Kang Shen

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Taipei Medical University

Prof. Wei Wu

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University of Southern California

Prof. Guido Tosello

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Technical University of Denmark

 

Prof. Xichun Luo(Co-Chair)

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University of Strathclyde

 

Dr. Feng Gao

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University of Huddersfield

Dr. Jun Qian

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KU Leuven

 

Prof. Kiyoshi Takamasu

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University of Tokyo

Prof. Jining Sun

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Dalian University of Technology

Prof. Yongda Yan

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Harbin Institute of Technology

Prof. Emanuel Brousseu

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Cardiff University

  

Prof. Weimin Lin

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Gunma University

Prof. Michale P. Sealy

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University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Prof. Yongbo Wu

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Southern University of Science and Technology

Prof. Yuki Shimizu

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Hokkaido University

Prof. Shuming Yang

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Xi'an Jiaotong University

 

Organsing Committee

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Dr. Jufan Zhang(Chair)

University College Dublin

 

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Dr. Wenlong Chang

University of Strathclyde

 

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Prof. Saurav Goel

London South Bank University

 

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Dr. Xinghui Li

Tsinghua University

 

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Dr. Pradeep Kundu

University of Cincinnati

 

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Mr. Locan O’Toole

University College Dublin

 

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Dr. Wenkun Xie

University of Strathclyde

 

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Dr. Macro Castelli(Co-Chair)

University College Dublin

 

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Dr. Hui Deng

Southern University of Science and Technology 

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Prof. Jiang Guo

Dalian University of Technology

 

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Dr. Qi Liu

University of Strathclyde

 

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Dr. Christopher Musgrave

University College Dublin

 

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Dr. Jinshi Wang

Tianjin University

 

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Dr. Hailong Cui

China Academy of Engineering

Physics 

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Dr. T. Geethapriyan

SRM Institute of Science and Technology

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Dr. Rashed Md. Murad Hasan

Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology 

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Dr. Min Lai 

Tianjin University

 

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Mr. John Oliver

I-Form Advanced Manufacturing

Research Centre 

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Dr. Peizhi Wang

University College Dublin

 

 

Keynote Speakers

  • Keynote Speaker 1

Prof. Rafi Wertheim
Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology

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Future manufacturing and technologies used for multifunctional metal-based parts based on biological transformation, digitalization and sustainability

Abstract

The implementation of biological materials, phenomena, and principles in modern manufacturing gained importance during the last decade. Bio-Integration of materials, Bio-inspiration by biological phenomena/elements and Bio-intelligence of biological sensors and swarm behavior, combined with digitization are part of today’s “Industry 4.0”. The lecture will provide examples of using biological transformation to improve materials, surfaces, machine tools, and manufacturing systems. The bidirectional approach can identify potentials and impacts for the developments of manufacturing and product innovations. Multifunctionality is aiming for lower weight, improved heat transfer, more economical production, saving of resources and sustainability. The Gartner Hype Cycle provide tools to analyze future manufacturing ideas and innovations.

Biography

Prof. Dr. Ing. Rafi Wertheim is a Professor in Mechanical Engineering and advisor at IWU Fraunhofer and T.U. Chemnitz, Germany. He is also a Fraunhofer Senior Advisor in Israel and teaches Mechanical Engineering at Braude College, Karmiel, Israel. He received his B.Sc. and M.Sc at Technion - Israel Institute of Technology and completed his Ph.D. (Dr. -ing.) in Engineering at RWTH Aachen University, Germany in 1975. He worked as an R&D Manager in ISCAR (a dynamic full-line supplier of precision carbide metalworking tools located in Northern Israel) in 1975-2003. He also served as the president of the International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP) in 2001/2002 and the Mayor of Qiryat Bialik (Israel) from 2003-2008.

Precision Engineering as a driver for progress in astronomy

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The first astronomical telescopes were enabled by advances in manufacture of lenses and mirrors by Galileo and Newton. This is still true today: the performance of the James Webb Space Telescope and the Extremely Large Telescopes currently being built would not be possible without ultra-precision engineering of mirrors, optical components, and structures.  Ground and space-based telescopes provide different challenges for precision optics and structures. On the ground, there are challenging requirements to maintain optical performance as the telescope tracks the sky, and in space, optical systems must survive extreme vibration forces on launch at the same time as minimizing mass. I will take examples of large primary mirrors on the ground and image slicers for 3D spectroscopy in space to show how these challenges are being met.

Biography

Prof. Colin Cunningham started his career as an electronic engineer working on instrumentation for biology and geophysics. In 1987 he became Project Manager for the SCUBA submillimetre camera at the Royal Observatory Edinburgh. When installed on the James Clark Maxwell Telescope in Hawaii, this revolutionised the field: helping to discover a new class of high-redshift galaxies not visible at other wavelengths. He was Chief Engineer and Deputy Director at the newly formed UK Astronomy Technology Centre at the ROE, where he was also Systems Engineer on the SPIRE instrument for the Herschel Space Observatory. He then was PI and Project Director for the UK part in the Extremely Large Telescope now being built by the European Southern Observatory. Towards the end of his career at the UK ATC, he was awarded a Visiting Professorship at the University of Edinburgh by the Royal Academy of Engineering, a role he continues to this day. His mission is to introduce more systems engineering and thinking across the School of Engineering.

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Professor Colin Cunningham
University of Edinburgh,
formally UK Astronomy Centre

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  • Keynote Speaker 3

Laser interference lithography for nanomanufacturing of scale gratings

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Prof. Wei Gao
Tohoku University

Abstract

One-dimensional gratings, also called line gratings, have long been used in physics and astronomy for the study of spectra. They have also been applied to optical linear encoders for displacement measurement as a possible alternative to the laser interferometer. In recent years, the linear encoder has been expanded to the planar/surface encoder for multi-axis measurement where a two-dimensional (2D) diffraction grating is employed as the scale grating. Mask-based optical projection lithography is traditionally employed to manufacture the line scale gratings. However, the equipment used in the projection lithography as well as in the related EB mask fabrication is extremely expensive, and can only be operated in large companies. The minimum grating period of a commercial 2D planar scale grating is also limited to several micrometers, resulting in a relatively large signal period of encoder output. To reduce the fabrication cost and the period of a 2D scale grating, it is expected to employ the mask-less laser interference lithography (LIL), which is much more cost-effective in fabricating periodic microstructures with a short grating period down to half of the laser light wavelength. This keynote presents a new multi-beam two-axis Lloyd’s mirror interferometer that can solve the problems inherent in the conventional LIL technique for fabrication of 2D scale gratings. The proposed multi-beam setup is based on the division of wavefront, which has shorter optical path differences and thus is more robust compared with the existing multi-beam techniques based on the division of amplitude. The principle of the two-axis interferometer and some experimental results of fabricating scale gratings with a period of 1 mm or below are described.

Biography

Prof. Wei Gao received his Bachelor from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 1986, followed by MSc and Ph. D from Tohoku University in 1991 and 1994, respectively. He is currently a professor in the Department of Fine mechanics of Tohoku University. His research interests lie primarily in the field of precision engineering, specializing in precision metrology and micro/nano-metrology. He is a fellow of the International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP), the International Society for Nanomanufacturing (ISNM), and the Japan Society for Precision Engineering (JSPE). He served as the Chairman of The Scientific Technical Committee Precision Engineering and Metrology of CIRP from 2015-2018 and a Vice President of JSPE in 2015. He is an author of the books “Precision Nanometrology” (Springer), “Surface Metrology for Micro- and Nanofabrication” (Elsevier), “Optical Metrology for Precision Engineering” (De Gruyter). 

  • Keynote Speaker 4

Prof. Joe McGeough
University of Edinburgh

 Unconventional methods of cutting in surgery

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Abstract
Biography

Prof. Joe McGeough is an Honorary Professorial Fellow within the School of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, serving as its President over 2019-2020. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, and the International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP). He holds a BSc and a Ph.D. degree from the University of Glasgow.  He started his academic career at the University of Aberdeen University as a Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, and Reader in Engineering. In 1983 he became the 7th holder of Regius Chair of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh, where he served as Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering for 8 years. His main field is unconventional machining. He has published 4 books, including ‘Principles of Electrochemical Machining’, ‘Advanced Methods of Machining’, and ‘Micromachining of Engineering Materials’ (Editor), and ‘The Engineering of Human Joint Replacements’.

  • Keynote Speaker 5

Model-based manufacturing digital thread to transform
co-design with manufacturing

Dr. Changsheng Guo
Raytheon Technologies Research Center

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Abstract

Design for Manufacturability (DFM) has become an engineering discipline with detailed processes and checklists developed for a wide range of specific product types. However, implementing DFM in practice has been challenging for complex parts such as jet engine compressor rotors and turbine components, where advanced designs with more complex geometry, advanced materials, and tighter tolerance requirements impose even greater manufacturing challenges. DFM becomes critically important for the development of these complex parts. The growing adoption of industry 4.0 and availability of detailed manufacturing data are creating a real opportunity for transforming the product development and implementing co-designing with manufacturing. There is also an urgent need to establish industry-standard to facilitate efficient data exchanges. This presentation will discuss how the industry can use model-based digital thread from design to manufacturing to capture and link all production data to the part design features, how to use the digital thread to automatically extract manufacturing knowledge and manufacturing capabilities at part feature level and use the extracted knowledge to develop better products.

Biography

Dr. Changsheng Guo is an Associate Director of Advanced Manufacturing at the Raytheon Technologies Research Center leading projects on developing manufacturing models and software tools. Dr. Guo’s recent work has been focused on digital thread and co-design with manufacturing. He has more than 80 published papers, co-authored one book, and has 50 patents. Changsheng received his Ph.D. in mechanical engineering and MBA from the University of Massachusetts, a MSc from Northeastern University in China. He is a member of the International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP) and a Fellow of SME. Changsheng received numerous awards such as the prestigious F. W. Taylor Medal of CIRP and the ASME Blackall Award.

  • Keynote Speaker 6

Prof. Nabil Anwer
Paris Saclay University

Geometrical Product Specifications and Verification Research: New challenges, opportunities and future directions for Smart Manufacturing

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Abstract

Manufacturing processes and design methodologies have experienced important changes during the last years. While the modeling of product shapes and dimensions is now largely supported by geometric modeling tools, the underlying geometrical variations cannot be addressed efficiently when covering the overall product life cycle. This presentation will discuss some of the shortcomings of the current Geometrical Product Specifications and Verification approaches as well as digital technologies to support geometric variations and uncertainties and illustrate the current challenges and future prospects for smart manufacturing. Newly developed concepts such as Skin Model Shapes and their applications for product engineering, digital twin, additive manufacturing, digital manufacturing, and computational metrology will be presented, and challenges and future research will be highlighted.

Biography

Prof. Nabil Anwer is a professor in the department of mechanical and manufacturing engineering and deputy director of the Automated Production Research Laboratory, Paris-Saclay University, France. He is an associate member of the CIRP and serves as the technical secretary of STC Design.  He is also a member of the ASME, the EUSPEN, the Design Society, and a Committee member of ISO TC 213.

He has special research interests in Tolerancing and Assembly, Quality Control for Additive Manufacturing, and Dimensional metrology. He is an associate editor of ASME Journal of Computing and Information Science in Engineering, Editorial Board Member of Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering: Additive Manufacturing Frontiers, and member of the advisory board of Digital Twin. He published and co-authored more than 250 papers.

  • Keynote Speaker 7

Prof.  Zhouping Yin
Huazhong University of Science and Technology

Inkjet printing manufacturing technology for flexible displays

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Abstract

Flexible displays attract much attention in recent years due to their endless possibilities for wearable integrated systems and portable devices. However, how to break the limit of manufacturing resolution, efficiency, and reliability, together with device deformation capacity is still of great challenge. Here, we introduce our recent works aiming at solving the above problems based on the high-resolution electrohydrodynamic (EHD) printing technique. First, the generation, development, and disappearance of the femtolitre-sized droplet during EHD printing processes are discussed to reveal the manufacturing mechanism. Then, the key technologies including the array design of EHD printing heads, dynamic 3D measurement of flying/deposited droplets, multi-nozzle printing planning, and online automated optical inspection are introduced. Finally, all these technologies eventually evolved into a series of equipment, and they show great flexibility and high performance in the field of flexible displays manufacturing.

Biography

Prof. Zhouping Yin is now a professor, the dean of the School of Mechanical Science and Engineering, and the Head of the State Key Laboratory of Digital Manufacturing Equipment and Technology in HUST. He was awarded the China National Funds for Distinguished Young Scientists in 2006. He is a “Cheung Kong” Distinguished Professor since 2009. He has been a principal investigator for projects sponsored by the National Key Research and Development Program, NSFC, National Basic Research Project, etc. He has published 3 monographs and more than 100 SCI-indexed papers. His research interests include electronic manufacturing equipment and technology, digital manufacturing and applications.

  • Keynote  Speaker 8

Precision measurement of complex optics by use of a scanning point multi-wavelength interferometer operating in visible domain

Dr. Marc Wendel
Ametek GmbH / BU Taylor Hobson

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Abstract

The growing demands of optical systems lead to increasingly complex aspheres and free-forms. An established measurement system in asphere production, which is a promising approach in high precision freeform metrology as well, is presented. It is based on a scanning point multi-wavelength interferometer approach. The scanning principle enables great flexibility, reduces setup time and costs, and has almost no limitations in spherical departure. Due to the absolute measurement capability, the utilized multi-wavelength approach is beneficial for segmented, annular, and discrete surfaces, which are common designs of modern applications’ optical elements. The metrology system enables measurements in nanometer-scale on a great variety of apertures – from 1 mm to 1000 mm. Recently, a new short-coherence multi-wavelength interferometer, operating in the visible domain, has been developed. This enables the high precision measurement also on Si coated surfaces, which are commonly used for E-UV lithographic applications, for example. Here, also grating structures to suppress IR light in the E-UV process can be easily measured, thanks to the large absolute measurement capability. This contribution will summarize the basic working principle, highlight the capabilities of the visible multi-wavelength approach, and show the first measurement results.

Biography

Dr. Marc Wendel got his diploma in physics from the Johannes Gutenberg-University of Mainz/Germany, where he worked in the field of particle detectors at an electron accelerator. He then continued his academic career at the Technical University of Kaiserslautern/Germany in the engineering department, working on signal processing and a large variety of different metrology systems. After his Ph.D. thesis about angle-resolved scattering sensors, he started in 2015 at Ametek GmbH, business unit Taylor Hobson. Currently, he is operating globally as Senior Applications Manager in the field of optics metrology, tactile and non-contact, at Taylor Hobson Ltd.

 

Programme

The overview of the conference programme is shown as follows.

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Call for Papers

Nanomanufacturing covers a wide range of manufacturing technologies for enabling nano-scale materials, structures, components, devices, and systems to advance scientific discovery and promote innovation in various fields, including nanoelectronics, nanophotonics, nanomaterials, nanobioscience, micro/nano-optics, and quantum optics. Due to the continuous shrinking of feature size for nano-products, nanomanufacturing is clearly advancing towards atomic-scale precision and to remove, add or transform advanced materials at the atomic and close-to-atomic scale, i.e. towards Atomic and Close-to-atomic Scale Manufacturing (ACSM). There is a significant frontier and ongoing research in this area. Meanwhile, a new round of industrial digital revolution is being nurtured worldwide, thanks to breakthroughs in emerging Industry 4.0 technologies.  

Aims

The aim of the conference is to provide one of the leading international forums for scientists, engineers, scholars, and students to exchange the latest developments, research findings, and visions in the fields of nanomanufacturing, ACSM, and digital manufacturing. It also aims to provide a platform to foster R&D collaborations amongst academia, research institutions, and industries where joint research programs can be formulated for mutual benefit.

Scope

The scope of the conference covers a broad spectrum of areas with multi-disciplinary interests in the fields of nanomanufacturing, ACSM, and digital manufacturing, ranging from fundamental research to real-world application. The conference welcomes the submission of papers in the nature of original research and technical review from the following, but not limited to, areas: 

  • Advanced Nanomaterials

  • Atomic and Close-to-atomic Scale Manufacturing (ACSM)

  • Digital manufacturing

  • Laser/FIB Micro/Nano Materials Processing

  • High Precision Machines

  • Micro/nano Optics and Photonics

  • Metrology and Characterization

  • Micro-featured Surfaces & Surface Modification

  • Micro/Nanoforming

  • Micro/Nanomachining

  • Modeling & Simulation at the Micro/Nano/Atomic Scale

  • Nano/Microsystems & Auto-assembly

  • Micro/Nano-electromechanical Systems

  • Optical Machining & Measurement

  • Process Monitoring and Quality Control

  • Quantum Optics

  • Ultra-precision Machining

  • Other Technologies Associated with Manufacturing

Publication

All papers will be subjected to a full review process and all the accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings indexed by EI Compendex and Scopus. Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit an extended article version to the Journal of Nanomanufacturing and Metrology (Springer).

Best Paper Awards

All accepted papers are eligible for Best Paper Awards. This will be assessed purely on their quality in terms of academic significance, research impact, and novelty. The awards will be announced at the conference closing ceremony and the award certificates will be presented to the authors by e-mail.

Key Dates

  • Submission of full papers:

  5 June 2022

  • Notification of acceptance: 

15 July 2022(Extended)

  • Camera-ready copy due

30 July  2022

Paper Submission

The submitted papers should be no more than 6 pages (A4 paper) with conference paper format(see attached template)The first page of each paper should include the title of the paper, an abstract with no more than 200 words, up to 5 keywords, authors' name(s), complete postal addresses, and email address for correspondence. The electronic form of submission, in Word or PDF, is acceptable and preferred.

The papers should be submitted online via the following submission system:
https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/nanoManAETS2022
For detailed up-to-date information, please visit the nanoMan2022&AETS2022 conference website: http://www.nanoman-aets2022.com 

Camera Ready Subssion

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Registration

Early-bird (before 14 August 2022)

•General delegate €160

•ISNM/AET/IEEE member/student €120

Regular (after 15 August 2022)

•General delegate €200

•ISNM/AET/IEEE member/student €160

 

Contact

The conference will be jointly organised by the International Society for Nanomanufacturing (ISNM) and the International Academy of Engineering and Technology (AET). It is also technically sponsored by IEEE Photonics Society UK & Ireland Chapter.

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