16. Mai 2022

56th International Vibroengineering Conference

Challenges of Vibrations in Mechanical, Mechatronic and Electrical Systems


16. Mai 2022 - Ganztägig

On 16 May 2022, the 56th International JVE Vibroengineering Conference will take place at the Zittau/Görlitz University of Applied Sciences. This conference is organized by the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and with the cooperation of JVE International, a renowned organizer of international conferences on this specific engineering topic. JVE International is also the publisher of the international Journal of Vibroengineering and other open access Journals.

The overall theme of the conference is

"Challenges of Vibrations in Mechanical, Mechatronic and Electrical Systems".

The conference language is English.

The special focus will be on topics from specialist areas in which vibrations and their influences play an important role, e.g.

- Mechanical vibrations and their technical application
- Conveying technology using vibrations
- Vibrations in electrical systems
- Fault diagnosis with the aid of vibration signals
- Fluid-induced structural vibrations
- Requirements for systems in relation to seismic vibrations
- Acoustic systems, reduction of noise emissions

With its presentations as well as opportunities for intensive personal exchange, the conference offers an opportunity for scientists, Ph.D. students, research staff, and engineers from universities and colleges as well as R&D departments of companies to present the latest research results, discuss new ideas, and create the basis for future cooperation.

We would be very pleased to have you or members of your field as speakers and participants of our conference. The preliminary conference program and some further information can be found on the JVE website including fees. Participation is free of charge for online viewers. All accepted conference papers will be published in the conference proceedings "Vibroengineering Procedia" (indexed in major scientific databases: Scopus, EI Compendex, Inspec, Gale Cengage, Google Scholar, and EBSCO).

Foto: Prof. Dr. Martin Sturm
Prof. Dr.
Martin Sturm
Institut für Verfahrensentwicklung, Kreislaufwirtschaft, Oberflächentechnik, Naturstoffforschung („ZIRKON“)
Standort 02763 Zittau
Theodor-Körner-Allee 8
Gebäude Z IV, Raum A0.09
+49 3583 612-4816