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Amr Eltawil Optional
01-07-2000, 07:06 AM
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Dear Sirs

You are cordially invited to participate in "Production Engineering Design
and Control" forum PEDAC'2001 (February 13-15, 2001). This convention is an annual convention,
which is hosted by one of the four Egyptian major universities (Cairo -Alexandria -
Ein Shams - Asyut) since 1979. Some 500 scientists, industrialists and officials in the fields
of production engineering, design, industrial engineering and control from Egypt, Arab
and foreign countries, as well as invited international distinguished researchers and
intellectuals participate in the convention multi activities. PEDAC'2001 will be held in
the historical beautiful city of Alexandria of Egypt and is hosted by the production
Engineering Department, Alexandria University.

Respectfully Yours

M. Hamdy Elwany, Professor
PEDAC '2001 - Secretary General

Preliminary Announcement and Call for papers
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PEDAC' 2001
7th International Conference on Production Engineering, Design and Control
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13 -15 February 2001
Alexandria, Egypt
Organized by
Production Engineering Department
Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria
University
Alexandria, Egypt

Invitation to PEDAC'2001
It is a great pleasure to invite you to PEDAC' 2001 held in Alexandria,
EGYPT 13 -15 February 2001. The special event of having PEDAC in the
beginning of the 21st century reveals the importance and the objectives of
the conference.
Since the first Conference in 1980, PEDAC has been one of the major and
interesting conventions. It attracts scholars, industrialists and Egyptian
government officials.
The aim of PEDAC' 2001 is to provide an up-to-date state of the art in the
area of Production and Industrial Engineering, Design and Control with
special emphasis on sustainable development towards global manufacturing.
The conference can be seen as a forum for presentation and critical
discussion of research results and applications carried out at Universities,
Research Institutions and Industry.
During the Conference, a number of panel discussions and workshops are to be
conducted. An attractive social program will be organized as well.
PEDAC' 2001 is an enormous opportunity for international exchange of
technical views as well as strengthening the links between national and
international industry and Academic Institutions. We hope that this
conference will contribute in accomplishing these goals.
Looking forward to seeing you in Alexandria at PEDAC' 2001.

M. Hamdy Elwany
General Secretary

Conference Themes:
- Artificial Intelligence Applications in Manufacturing.
- Automated Inspection and Quality Control.
- Computer Aided Engineering.
- Concurrent Engineering.
- Coordinate measuring machines.
- Design for Manufacturing.
- Ergonomics and Manufacturing.
- Expert Systems, Fuzzy Models, Genetic and Evolutionary Algorithms.
- Fracture Mechanics.
- Green Manufacturing.
- High Precision Manufacturing.
- Information in Manufacturing.
- International Operations.
- Machine Dynamics and Control.
- Machinery Diagnostics and Predictive Maintenance.
- Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management.
- Material Technology.
- Materials Modeling.
- Measurement and Calibration Systems.
- Modeling and Simulation of Manufacturing Systems.
- Modeling of, Optimization and New Applications in:
- Forming Processes.
- Machining Processes.
- Polymer and Composite Materials Processing.
- Welding and Joining Processes.
- Neural Networks.
- Operations Research.
- Process Planning.
- Production and Operations Management.
- Project Management.
- Rapid Prototyping and Virtual Manufacturing.
- Re-engineering of Manufacturing Enterprises.
- Robotics and Factory Automation.
- Smart Materials.
- TQM and Reliability Engineering.

Conference Chairman:
A. El-Khatib, professor and head of Production Engineering Department

General Secretary:
M. Hamdy Elwany, professor of Industrial Engineering

Steering Committee:
Younes, M.A. Treasurer
Khairy, A.B. El-Makky, M.Y.
Helaly, M.A. Abou-Ali, M.G
Moussad, S.A. Kershah, G.M.
Abdalah, I.A. Soliman, E. A.

Conference Committee:
Emeritus Professors:
El-Ashram, A.E. Badawi, M.W.
Youssef, H.A. Hamouda, A.M.
El-Sayed, H.R.
Damir, M.N. (Professor of Metrology and Quality Control)
El-Khatib, A.H. (Professor of Machine Dynamics and Diagnostics)
Gharraf, S.A (Professor of Quality and Design)
Elwany, M.H. (Professor of Industrial Engineering)
Issa, S.S. (Professor of Industrial Engineering)
El-Fayoumy, S.M. (Professor of Metrology and Quality Control)
Khairy, A.B. (Professor of Non-Conventional Machining)
El-Makky, M.Y. (Professor of Metal Cutting)
El-Sayed, A.E. (Professor of Industrial Engineering)
Rashed, O.A. (Professor of Metrology and Quality Control)
El-Hofy, H.A (Professor of Non-Conventional Machining)
Nassef, G.A. (Professor of Materials Technology)
Associate Professors
Fors, M.N. Helaly, M.A.
Younes, M.A. Abou-Ali, M.G
Assistant Professors
Moussad, S.A. Kershah, G.M.
Abdalah, I.A. El-Labban, H.F.
Rashed, A.A. Soliman, A.A.

Abstracts:
Authors are invited to submit three copies of the abstract (100 - 200
words). It should include the following information:
- Main subject area and keywords
- Name(s) of Author(s)
- Affiliation(s)
- Postal address and the corresponding author
- Telephone, fax numbers and e-mail address.

Publication:
Papers presented at the conference will be included in the conference
proceedings. Specifics on formats and paper length will be sent upon
acceptance.

Instruction to Authors:
Papers and abstracts are accepted for review on the condition that the
manuscript is original, has not previously been published or presented at a
conference, and has not been submitted for presentation at another
conference. A national and international advisory committee will referee all
contributions. A detailed list of the advisory committee will be appended to
the conference proceedings.

Key Dates:
Abstracts: 31 March 2000
Preliminary acceptance: 30 April 2000
Complete manuscript: 31 July 2000
Final acceptance: 15 September 2000

Keynote Lectures:
Keynote speeches covering recent trends in Technology Transfer, Global
Manufacturing, Environmental friendly industry and Green Technology.

Panel Discussions:
SME: Projects and development
Sustainable development
Environment cost-benefit trade-off
It will involve practitioners, officials, and scholars to exchange ideas on
current challenges of Egyptian production for export and e-commerce, with
special emphasis on creating new markets.

Workshops:
Leading international and national corporations are invited to participate
and present the unrevealed developments in hardware and software.

Exhibition:
A comprehensive exhibit of related research and industrial equipment will
take place during the conference. Prospective exhibitors, please inquire by
using the detachable registration form.

Pre-Conference training sessions:
One-day training parallel sessions in modern trends in manufacturing,
material science, design, control, inspection and quality, and industrial
engineering and management will be offered.

Social Program:
The social and spouse program includes tours to Alexandria, north cost,
Bourg El Arab industrial estate and El Alamine. The conference official
touring agency can arrange tours to major tourism sites including Pyramids,
Luxor, Aswan, Hurghada and Sinai. Since the conference will be held during
the tourist peak season, early reservation is required.

Conference Venue:
The conference will be held in the Alexandria Conferences Hall. The modern
elegant Alexandria Conferences Hall is next to the new Alexandria Library.
The library will be open by the fourth quarter of year 2000. The new huge
Alexandria Library project is supported with UNESCO and foreign governments
and international organizations to commemorate the old famed library.
Alexandria library was the largest and most famous of ancient collections of
scrolls. It contained more than 400,000 scrolls.
Alexandria is the second largest city and main port of EGYPT where about 40%
of the Egyptian Industry are situated. It was built by the Greek architect
Dinocrates (332 - 331 B.C.) on the site of an old fishing village (Rakotis)
north-west to the Nile delta, by the order of Alexander the great king of
Macedonia. The Ptolemies made Alexandria the capital of Egypt, the city
flourished as a center of trade and culture. Arabs moved the capital of
Egypt from Alexandria to Cairo in A.D. 642. Early in the 19th Century Under
the rule of Mohamed Ali, Alexandria regained its importance as a port. The
historic role of foreigners has given Alexandria a strong international
flavor. In the last few years Alexandria has been and is still undergoing
outstanding renovation projects.

Conference Fees:
The fees include the welcome reception, luncheons, refreshments breaks,
circulated papers and reports, and the conference proceedings.
Authors: $300.0 (LE500.0)
Non-authors: $350.0 (LE600.0)
Institutions and Organizations (4 participants): LE2000.0
Hotel reservations may be made through contacting the conference secretary
not later than Nov. 1st 2000.

Conference Inquiries:
M. Hamdy Elwany, General Secretary
Production Engineering Department,
Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria University,
Alexandria 21544, EGYPT.
Email: pedac@alexandria2000.com
www.alexandria2000.com/pedac
Fax : +(203) 5973743
Mobile: +(2012) 2168224










Apologies for cross posting
..Dear SirsYou are cordially invited to participate in
"Production Engineering Designand Control"  forum PEDAC'2001 (February
13-15, 2001). This convention is an annual convention,which is hosted by one
of the four Egyptian major universities (Cairo -Alexandria -Ein  Shams
- Asyut) since 1979. Some 500 scientists, industrialists and officials in the
fieldsof  production engineering, design, industrial engineering and
control  from Egypt, Araband  foreign countries, as well as
invited international distinguished researchers andintellectuals participate
in the convention multi activities. PEDAC'2001 will be held inthe historical
beautiful city of Alexandria of Egypt  and is hosted by the
productionEngineering Department, Alexandria University.Respectfully
YoursM. Hamdy Elwany, ProfessorPEDAC '2001 - Secretary
General                            
Preliminary Announcement and Call for
papers++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++                                                  
PEDAC' 2001 7th International Conference on Production Engineering,
Design and
Control+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++                                              
13 -15 February
2001                                                  
Alexandria,
Egypt                                                    
Organized
by                                        
Production Engineering
Department                                   
Faculty of Engineering,
AlexandriaUniversity                                                  
Alexandria, EgyptInvitation to PEDAC'2001It is a great pleasure to
invite you to PEDAC' 2001 held in Alexandria,EGYPT 13 -15 February 2001. The
special event of having PEDAC in thebeginning of the 21st century reveals
the importance and the objectives ofthe conference.Since the first
Conference in 1980, PEDAC has been one of the major andinteresting
conventions. It attracts scholars, industrialists and Egyptiangovernment
officials.The aim of PEDAC' 2001 is to provide an up-to-date state of the
art in thearea of Production and Industrial Engineering, Design and Control
withspecial emphasis on sustainable development towards global
manufacturing.The conference can be seen as a forum for presentation and
criticaldiscussion of research results and applications carried out at
Universities,Research Institutions and Industry.During the Conference, a
number of panel discussions and workshops are to beconducted. An attractive
social program will be organized as well.PEDAC' 2001 is an enormous
opportunity for international exchange oftechnical views as well as
strengthening the links between national andinternational industry and
Academic Institutions. We hope that thisconference will contribute in
accomplishing these goals.Looking forward to seeing you in Alexandria at
PEDAC' 2001.M. Hamdy ElwanyGeneral SecretaryConference
Themes:- Artificial Intelligence Applications in Manufacturing.-
Automated Inspection and Quality Control.- Computer Aided Engineering.-
Concurrent Engineering.- Coordinate measuring machines.- Design for
Manufacturing.- Ergonomics and Manufacturing.- Expert Systems, Fuzzy
Models, Genetic and Evolutionary Algorithms.- Fracture Mechanics.- Green
Manufacturing.- High Precision Manufacturing.- Information in
Manufacturing.- International Operations.- Machine Dynamics and
Control.- Machinery Diagnostics and Predictive Maintenance.-
Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management.- Material Technology.-
Materials Modeling.- Measurement and Calibration Systems.- Modeling and
Simulation of Manufacturing Systems.- Modeling of, Optimization and New
Applications in:       - Forming
Processes.       - Machining
Processes.       - Polymer and Composite
Materials Processing.       - Welding and
Joining Processes.- Neural Networks.- Operations Research.- Process
Planning.- Production and Operations Management.- Project
Management.- Rapid Prototyping and Virtual Manufacturing.-
Re-engineering of Manufacturing Enterprises.- Robotics and Factory
Automation.- Smart Materials.- TQM and Reliability
Engineering.Conference Chairman:A. El-Khatib, professor and head of
Production Engineering DepartmentGeneral Secretary:M. Hamdy Elwany,
professor of Industrial EngineeringSteering Committee:Younes, M.A.
TreasurerKhairy, A.B. El-Makky, M.Y.Helaly, M.A. Abou-Ali,
M.GMoussad, S.A. Kershah, G.M.Abdalah, I.A. Soliman, E.
A.Conference Committee:Emeritus Professors:El-Ashram, A.E.
Badawi, M.W.Youssef, H.A. Hamouda, A.M.El-Sayed, H.R.Damir, M.N.
(Professor of Metrology and Quality Control)El-Khatib, A.H. (Professor of
Machine Dynamics and Diagnostics)Gharraf, S.A (Professor of Quality and
Design)Elwany, M.H. (Professor of Industrial Engineering)Issa, S.S.
(Professor of Industrial Engineering)El-Fayoumy, S.M. (Professor of
Metrology and Quality Control)Khairy, A.B. (Professor of Non-Conventional
Machining)El-Makky, M.Y. (Professor of Metal Cutting)El-Sayed, A.E.
(Professor of Industrial Engineering)Rashed, O.A. (Professor of Metrology
and Quality Control)El-Hofy, H.A (Professor of Non-Conventional
Machining)Nassef, G.A. (Professor of Materials Technology)Associate
ProfessorsFors, M.N. Helaly, M.A.Younes, M.A. Abou-Ali, M.GAssistant
ProfessorsMoussad, S.A. Kershah, G.M.Abdalah, I.A. El-Labban,
H.F.Rashed, A.A. Soliman, A.A.Abstracts:Authors are invited to
submit three copies of the abstract (100 - 200words). It should include the
following information:     - Main subject area and
keywords     - Name(s) of
Author(s)     -
Affiliation(s)     - Postal address and the
corresponding author     - Telephone, fax numbers and
e-mail address.Publication:Papers presented at the conference will
be included in the conferenceproceedings. Specifics on formats and paper
length will be sent uponacceptance.Instruction to Authors:Papers
and abstracts are accepted for review on the condition that themanuscript is
original, has not previously been published or presented at aconference, and
has not been submitted for presentation at anotherconference. A national and
international advisory committee will referee allcontributions. A detailed
list of the advisory committee will be appended tothe conference
proceedings.Key Dates:   Abstracts: 31 March
2000   Preliminary acceptance: 30 April 2000  
Complete manuscript: 31 July 2000   Final acceptance: 15 September
2000Keynote Lectures:Keynote speeches covering recent trends in
Technology Transfer, GlobalManufacturing, Environmental friendly industry
and Green Technology.Panel Discussions:SME: Projects and
developmentSustainable developmentEnvironment cost-benefit
trade-offIt will involve practitioners, officials, and scholars to exchange
ideas oncurrent challenges of Egyptian production for export and e-commerce,
withspecial emphasis on creating new markets.Workshops:Leading
international and national corporations are invited to participateand
present the unrevealed developments in hardware and
software.Exhibition:A comprehensive exhibit of related research and
industrial equipment willtake place during the conference. Prospective
exhibitors, please inquire byusing the detachable registration
form.Pre-Conference training sessions:One-day training parallel
sessions in modern trends in manufacturing,material science, design,
control, inspection and quality, and industrialengineering and management
will be offered.Social Program:The social and spouse program
includes tours to Alexandria, north cost,Bourg El Arab industrial estate and
El Alamine. The conference officialtouring agency can arrange tours to major
tourism sites including Pyramids,Luxor, Aswan, Hurghada and Sinai. Since the
conference will be held duringthe tourist peak season, early reservation is
required.Conference Venue:The conference will be held in the
Alexandria Conferences Hall. The modernelegant Alexandria Conferences Hall
is next to the new Alexandria Library.The library will be open by the fourth
quarter of year 2000. The new hugeAlexandria Library project is supported
with UNESCO and foreign governmentsand international organizations to
commemorate the old famed library.Alexandria library was the largest and
most famous of ancient collections ofscrolls. It contained more than 400,000
scrolls.Alexandria is the second largest city and main port of EGYPT where
about 40%of the Egyptian Industry are situated. It was built by the Greek
architectDinocrates (332 - 331 B.C.) on the site of an old fishing village
(Rakotis)north-west to the Nile delta, by the order of Alexander the great
king ofMacedonia. The Ptolemies made Alexandria the capital of Egypt, the
cityflourished as a center of trade and culture. Arabs moved the capital
ofEgypt from Alexandria to Cairo in A.D. 642. Early in the 19th Century
Underthe rule of Mohamed Ali, Alexandria regained its importance as a port.
Thehistoric role of foreigners has given Alexandria a strong
internationalflavor. In the last few years Alexandria has been and is still
undergoingoutstanding renovation projects.Conference Fees:The
fees include the welcome reception, luncheons, refreshments
breaks,circulated papers and reports, and the conference
proceedings.    Authors: $300.0
(LE500.0)    Non-authors: $350.0
(LE600.0)    Institutions and Organizations (4 participants):
LE2000.0Hotel reservations may be made through contacting the conference
secretarynot later than Nov. 1st 2000.Conference Inquiries:M.
Hamdy Elwany, General SecretaryProduction Engineering Department,Faculty
of Engineering, Alexandria University,Alexandria 21544, EGYPT.Email: pedac@alexandria2000.comwww.alexandria2000.com/pedacFax
: +(203) 5973743Mobile: +(2012)
2168224