Invited Sessions on Precision Mechatronics at the American Control Conference, Portland, Oregon, June 4-6, 2014

In recent years, the American Control Conference has become a leading forum for Precision Mechatronics. The proposed sessions continue this strong tradition and encourage future collaboration within the fields of nanopositioning, microscopy, motion control, and the wider control community. The contributed papers include advances from both academic and industrial researchers. Industrial involvement includes: Nikon Corporation, Mori Seiki Co. Inc., Phillips Innovation, ASML, and NT-MDT.

These sessions are co-organized by the Precision Mechatronics Lab and

  • Marcel Heertjes, Mechatronics System Development, ASML, The Netherlands
  • Tom Oomen, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Eindhoven University of Tehnology, The Netherlands

Submissions closed – The technical program can be found at the links below

Precision Mechatronics I – High Speed Nanopositioning
Precision Mechatronics II – Scanning Probe Microscopy
Precision Mechatronics III – Motion Control