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September 29-30, 2022


Hosted by Oklahoma State University

at the Hamm Institute of American Energy
300 NE 9th St
Oklahoma City, OK


The Mechatronics conference and workshops will be hosted Sep 28 - 30th, 2022 by Oklahoma State University. The conference is motivated by the demand for the next generation multi-disciplinary workforce in industries. This conference is intended to bring together academic professionals and industry in Mechatronics, robotics, and other electromechanical and electrohydraulic fields to provide participants an opportunity to stay up to date with the incredible dynamic growth in the Mechatronics field. Keynotes from academia and specialized industry professionals, technical sessions, and conference workshops are designed to benefit a wide range of participants including educators teaching Mechatronics, robotics, dynamics, and control courses, graduate and undergraduate students seeking academic careers in Mechatronics and robotics, and industry professionals desiring to shape the future workforce. Nevertheless, the conference will provide an excellent opportunity for the participants to develop relationships and network with peers from academia and industry and network with product distributors and manufacturers.

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Junmin Wang

The recent advances on computational and communication technologies have led the ground mobility into a new era where mechatronics plays an essential role. In particular, the smart mobility technologies such as vehicle-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-infrastructure, and vehicle-to-human communications have offered an unprecedented information richness and availability, which if utilized intelligently may enable substantial improvements on vehicle roadway safety and operational energy efficiency that are of societal importance. Synergistic combinations of physical insights into vehicle system characteristics, computational and communication capabilities, human user modeling and prediction, as well as theories of control, estimation and optimization may offer effective means for tackling the grand roadway safety and energy consumption challenges. This talk introduces a variety of smart vehicle systems multidisciplinary research activities aiming to safe and efficient ground transportation by collaboration and synergy among cyber systems, humans, and vehicles, a growing mechatronic field.



Conference Registration $350                                   Conference Student Registration $50
     Conference Vendor Registration
Includes 1 conference registration
Industry Vendor $550
Education Vendor $400

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Conference Schedule

Wednesday, September 28 (PreCon)

8:30                         Registration Open

9:00-4:00              Concurrent Pre-Conference Workshops

Thursday, September 29

8:00-8:30               Registration and Networking

8:30-8:45               Welcome 

8:45-9:35                Keynote by Dr. Junmin Wang, University of Texas, Austin

9:35-10:25               Ballistics Keynote Mr. Rob Kinsler, Sydor Technologies

10:25-10:40             Break

10:40-12:00            Concurrent Technical Sessions (8-16 presentations, 20 min each)

12:00-1:20               Vendor Exposition & Lunch

1:20-3:00                 Concurrent Technical Sessions (10-20 presentations, 20 min each)

3:00-6:00                Vendor Exposition & Reception

Friday, September 30

8:00-8:30              Registration and Networking

8:30-8:45              Welcome by Commander of the Oklahoma City Bomb Squad

8:45-9:35              Mechatronics Keynote (TBD)

9:35-10:25             Ballistics Keynote (TBD)

10:25-10:40           Break

10:40-12:00           Concurrent echnical Sessions (8-16 presentations, 20 min each)

12:00-1:20              Vendor Exposition & Lunch

1:20-3:00                Concurrent Technical Sessions (20 min each)

3:00-3:20               Break

3:20-4:00               Awards and Closing


Call for Presenters

The 4th Annual Mechatronics Conference invites researchers, educators, and industry professionals to submit abstracts for presentations at this year's conference. The conference's theme is Mechatronics, robotic systems, and education focusing on a wide range of topics.

Topics of interest:

Graduate and undergraduate Mechatronics education

Mechatronics in manufacturing

Mechatronics in health care

Mechatronics in human safety and protection

Mechatronics in construction

Mechatronics fire protection

Robotics in manufacturing, construction, surveillance, search and rescue

Robot control, path planning, and applications


The conference will feature a wide range of exciting keynote talks from academia and industry professionals. The conference gives a great opportunity to Network with experts, researchers, and up-and-coming leaders in the field of mechatronics.

We welcome abstracts of both applied and theoretical research related to the field of mechatronics as mentioned in the focus area. Abstracts will be peer-reviewed. The authors will be notified of the acceptance/rejection based on content, available space, and overall program balance.

Presentation and poster abstracts should be submitted through the call for proposals on EasyChair, available at Please follow the submission link to upload a proposal.


Target Date:
Abstract Submission Deadline:
July 15, 2022




Platinum Sponsor

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Gold Sponsors $3000

Each of the Gold Sponsors are the sponsor of one lunch. It includes a 10-15 minute presentation at the hosted lunch, one registration, and a booth space in the Vendor Expo are included in the cost.


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Silver Sponsors $2000

Each of the Silver Sponsors are the sponsor of one break. It includes signage on the break tables, one registration, and a booth space in the Vendor Expo.

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Bronze Sponsor $200

Recognition as a sponsor at the Dinner and the opportunity to add your brochures or other materials to the goodie bag that will be provided to all participants.

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