Administration of the project
About this event:
ROTRIB’19 is the 14th Conference organized in Romania in a series of international scientific events on TRIBOLOGY. The general objective of this conference is to bring scientific contributions to fundamental and applied Tribology. The event will provide an interdisciplinary forum for discussions & networking and will also aim to initiate collaborations among specialists. These collaborations will be focused on materials in Tribology and their real life applications in product design and reliability. Another key goal of this conference is the exchange of ideas and theories on new research methods and future trends. This will be achieved by bringing together specialists from various industries and academic backgrounds and leading researchers from diverse environments and scientific fields.
An abstract of 300 words (approx. 2000 characters), in English, containing the paper title, the authors names and their affiliation, the keywords and a short presentation of the paper should be submitted online.
After the peer-reviewing process, the organizers intend to publish the Proceedings of the Conference in the IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (http://iopscience.iop.org/1757-899X).
Friction and Wear
2. Contact Mechanics
3. Biotribology, tribology in medicine
4. Micro and nanotribology
7. Tribochemistry and tribocorrosion
8. Tribology of machine elements
9. Tribology in manufacturing processes
10. Surface metrology, surface engineering and coatings
11. Emerging technologies and industrial tribology
12. Condition monitoring
Online registration and Abstract submission (deadline) March 31, 2019
Notifications of abstract acceptance April 10, 2019
Manuscript (full paper) online submission May 15, 2019
Notifications of the review process results May 30, 2019
Online submission of final form (ready for publication) of papers June 20, 2019
Notifications of paper acceptance July 5, 2019
Early Bird Fee Payment (deadline) July 15, 2019
Further information can be found here.
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