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6th CIRP Conference on High Performance Cutting (HPC2014)

Overview
 

The 6th CIRP HPC Conference will be co-hosted by the Berkeley and Davis campuses of the University of California. It will continue a tradition of providing an international forum for machining researchers and users to review and discuss the latest innovations and developments in cutting and manufacturing technology.
 

Venue


The conference will be held in Berkeley, CA within the San Francisco Bay Area, which is well known for its natural beauty, entrepreneurship, liberal politics, and concentration of advanced manufacturing companies
 

Key Conference Dates
 

June 23rd to 25th Technical Sessions
June 24th (Afternoon) DMG/Mori Seiki Tour
June 24th (Evening) Conference Banquet
 

Organizers
 

Professor David Dornfeld, UC Berkeley, Chair
Professor Kazuo Yamazaki, UC Berkeley/UC Davis, Co-Chair
Professor Barbara S. Linke, UC Davis
Professor Masakazu Soshi, UC Davis
Dr. Moneer Helu, UC Berkeley (Local Organization)
 

Submission Deadlines
 

September 30, 2013 Abstract submission
October 28, 2013 Notification of abstract acceptance
November 25, 2013 Full paper submission
February 17, 2014 Notification of paper acceptance
March 10, 2014 Camera-ready paper submission
 

Contact
 

Email: hpc2014@berkeley.edu
Tel.: (+1) 510-6434439

Topics (not exclusive):
 

Technology
 

•Machining of metallic and non-metallic materials
•Micromanufacturing processes
•Die cutting
•Abrasive processes
•Mechanics and dynamics of material removal processes
•Hybrid machining
•Sheet metal cutting
•Precision machining
•Die and mold machining
•Additive manufacturing processes
•Nontraditional processes (e.g., EDM, ECM, CMP, laser, abrasive jet machining) Simulation
•Virtual cutting, simulation
•CAD/CAM systems and strategies for high performance cutting
 

Machine Tools and Tooling Systems
 

•Machine design for micromachining
•High speed spindle technology, models, tuning, and testing
•Control of multi-axis machine tools
•Energy efficient machine tools
•Design methodology of multi-axis machine tools
•Cutting tool materials, design, and performance
•Intelligent tooling
•Metrology and measurement
•High speed machine tool structures and configurations Beyond the Process
•Sustainable manufacturing processes
•Interoperability, monitoring, and control of machining operations
•Residual stress and damage of finished surfaces

Scientific Committee:


E. Abele / DE            S.-H. Ahn / KR          Y. Altintas / CA             T. Aoyama / JP

P.-J. Arrazola / ES      H. Attia / CA           J. Aurich / DE               M. Balazinski / CA

J. Barry / IE            K. Bouzakis / GR        E. Brinksmeier / DE          G. Byrne / IE

A. Chandra / US          T. Childs / GB          M. Davies / US               B. Denkena / DE

D. Dornfeld / US         K. Erkorkmaz / CA       C. Evans / US                G. Goch / DE

C. Guo / US              Y. Guo / US             F. Hashimoto / US            I. Inasaki / JP

I. Jawahir / US          K. Jemielniak / PL      B. Kaftanoglu / TR           B. Karpuschewski / DE

Y. Kakinuma / JP         F. Klocke / DE          P. Koshy / CA                B. Kruszynski / PL

J.-P. Kruth / BE         B. Lauwers / BE         G. Levy / CH                 S. Liang / US

B. Linke / US            D. Lucca / US           R. M’Saoubi / SE            S. Melkote / US
S. Min / US              L. Monostori / HU       M. Mori / JP                 T. Moriwaki / JP

B. Mullany / US          R. Neugebauer / DE      J. Oliveira / BR             T. Özel / US

S. Park / CA             F. Pfefferkorn / US     M. Rahman / SG               V. Schulze / DE

S. Smith / US            M. Soshi / US           J. Sutherland / US           R. Teti / IT

J. Webster / US          K. Wegener / CH         R. Wertheim / IL             B. Winfough / US
H. Yamaguchi / US        K. Yamazaki / US

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