CCToMM 2019

The 2019 CCToMM Symposium on Mechanisms, Machines, and Mechatronics (2019 CCToMM M3 Symposium) will be held from Thursday, May 16, 2019, to Friday, May 17, 2019, at the École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS), in Montreal.

The 2019 CCToMM Annual General Meeting will be held during the Symposium. Financial support is available through the CCToMM Student Delegates Awards to assist students wishing to present their work at the symposium (see details).

Papers must be submitted before January 14February 15, 2019. A selection of the best papers presented during the symposium will be published in a special issue of the Transactions of the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering. Propositions for workshops or tutorials are also accepted.

Call for papers: PDF

  • École te technologie supérieure
  • Canadian Committee for the Theory of Machines and Mechanisms (CCToMM)

  • Prof. Ilian Bonev, ÉTS
  • Prof. Scott Nokleby, UOIT

  • Prof. Marc Arsenault, Laurentian University
  • Prof. Lionel Birglen, Polytechnique Montréal
  • Prof. John D. Hayes, Carleton University

CCToMM M3 Symposium sessions will potentially include: mechanisms, robotics, mechatronics, space robotics, medical robotics, mobile robotics, robotic tooling, dynamics of machines, gearing and transmissions, applied vibrations/acoustics, sensors and actuators, machining and metrology, control of mechanical systems.

    February 15, 2019    Full paper submission
    March 18, 2019 Manuscript reviews
    March 25, 2019 Notice of decision
    April 15, 2019 Submission of camera ready manuscripts
    April 29, 2019 Early bird special registration

Full papers should be submitted as single-column unsecured PDF files formatted using one of the following two templates:

  • LaTeX and MS Word templates (.zip)

Full papers should not exceed 12 pages. All communications with the corresponding author of each paper will be conducted by email or through the online submission system (see below).

Each corresponding author submitting a full paper will be requested to produce two reviews per paper submitted and at least one author is expected to register and present the paper at the symposium.

Papers should be submitted using the online submission system.

Registration date BEFORE April 29, 2019 AFTER April 29, 2019
Type of registration Two days One day Two days One day
CCToMM Full Members $220 $150 $250 $180
CCToMM Student Members $150 $100 $180 $130
Non-members $280 $200 $310 $230
Student Non-members $180 $120 $210 $150

2019 Symposium Registration

The two-day fees include :
  • for non-members, a complimentary one-year registration to CCToMM;
  • one copy of the proceedings on a USB key;
  • the coffee breaks;
  • lunches (2);
  • symposium banquet.

For one-day participants, fees include the above except the Symposium Dinner and only one lunch. Additional tickets for the Banquet can be included in the registration fee at an extra cost of $60 each.

The ÉTS is located in downtown Montreal, at 1100 Notre-Dame Street West (corner of Peel Street). The conference will take place in the auditorium (A-1600) of the main building (Pavilion A). It is best to come to the ÉTS by public transport or by taxi (or Uber). The closest subway station is Bonaventure. Indoor parking is also available but very limited and only in Building B.

Final program: PDF