The International Conference on Motion and Vibration Control (MOVIC) is held every two years. The goal is to stimulate interactions between researchers active in the area of motion and vibration control. Since the MOVIC conference was launched by Japan in 1992, it has been successfully held in Japan in 1994 and 1996, Switzerland in 1998, Australia in 2000, Japan in 2002, USA in 2004, Korea in 2006, Germany in 2008, Tokyo in 2010, USA in 2012, Sapporo in 2014, and UK in 2016. The conference has developed into a very productive international event for the advancement of motion and vibration control technology.
The fourteenth conference, MOVIC 2018, will take place at Daejeon Convention Center (DCC), Korea, from August 5-8, 2018. (Chairperson: Youngjin Park) The primary purposes of MOVIC 2018 are to promote scientific and technological exchange between researchers from around the world, and to enhance the understanding and the dissemination of relevant research in this area.
Motion and vibration control is a fundamental technology for the development of advanced mechanical and structural systems such as mechatronics, vehicle systems, robots, spacecraft, and rotating machinery. Often the implementation of high performance, low power consumption designs can only be possible with the use of this technology. It is also vital to the mitigation of natural hazards for large structures such as high-rise buildings and tall bridges, and to the application of flexible structures such as space stations and satellites.
Recent innovations in relevant hardware, sensors, actuators, and software have facilitated new research in this area.
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