Mondragon Unibertsitatea 9th International Workshop on Electronics, Control, Modelling, Measurement and Signals
8-9-10 July, 2009 Mondragon Unibertsitatea



The workshop on Electronic Control, Modelling, Measurement and Signals is born from the collaboration between Technical University of Liberec and Paul Sabatier University Toulouse and after Mondragón University joint this consortium. It is largely opened to external papers and provides a high quality forum for scientists and engineers to present their latest research findings. ECMS 2009 is the 9th workshop in the line of bi-annual professional events that started in 1993 as Czech-French meetings, and later transformed into regular international workshops.
Also this year, like the last year, the workshop will be more specifically opened to PhD students who are therefore strongly encouraged to submit their own research works. To this aim, the congress will be organized together with the two French Doctoral Schools EDSYS and GEET and Mondragons one, who cover topics closely related to the ones of the workshop.
ECMS 2009 focuses on several topics which are investigated in both universities: Automatic Control, Robotics, Electrical Drives, Intelligent Materials and Devices, Modelling and Simulations of Processes, Dependability, Signal and Data Processing, Electrical and Acoustical Measurement, Education/Transfer Technologies.



About Mondragon University

MONDRAGON UNIVERSITY, founded in 1997 and officially acknowledged by Law 4/1997 of 30 May, was promoted by three educational co-operatives; Mondragon Polytechnic College "Jose Mª Arizmendiarrieta" S.Coop., ETEO S.Coop. and Irakasle Eskola S.Coop., backed by a wide experience in the world of teaching.
The Faculty of Engineering began its activity in 1943, under the impetus of Fr. José Mª Arizmendiarrieta, founder of the cooperative movement in Mondragón. Since then, the college has undergone a continuous process of growth and has even promoted numerous innovative experiences.
The Faculty of Engineering frames its teaching activities in Engineering and its Technological Research activities in the areas of Mechanics, Electronics, Industrial design, Organisation and Telecommunications.
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