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MODERN MATERIALS AND
Manufacturing
2021

Introduction

We invite you to participate in the conference MODERN MATERIALS AND MANUFACTURING on 26th-29th of April 2021. The conference brings together materials and manufacturing experts from the universities and industry. It encourages new collaborations between different partners not only from academia, but also from national competence centres, industry and funding bodies.

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Accepted papers will be published in the open-access journal IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (IOP Publishing Ltd.), indexed in Scopus, EI Compendex, etc.
Selected papers will be published in the open-access journal Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences, indexed in Scopus, Web of Science (Science Citation Index Expanded™); and journal Mechanics of Composite Materials (Springer),  indexed in Scopus, Web of Science, etc.

Conference topics

  •  
  • IoT and Manufacturing
  • Factories of the future
  • Industry 4.0
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Robotics
  • Mechatronics
  • Logistics and transportation
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Additive manufacturing
  • Engineering Materials
  • Advanced materials
  • Composite materials
  • Nano materials
  • Surface Engineering
  • Tribology
  • Quality Management
  •  

Paper Preparation & Submission

All files must be uploaded to the ConfTool Submission Server. If you don't have an account, please create one first.

IMPORTANT: We work with the metadata that you submit along with your paper, so please:

  • Have the corresponding author submit the contribution 
  • Submit correct data:
    • correct spelling of authors' names in paper and metadata,
    • coherent spelling of authors' names trough all your papers if you have more than one
    • do not inverse first name/last name etc

Essential guidelines
Please follow these essential guidelines when preparing your paper:

Templates
Authors must prepare their papers using our Microsoft Word or LaTeX2e templates, and then convert these to PDF format for submission:

Multimedia
If you would like to submit multimedia to accompany your paper, you might find these guidelines useful:

Publishing support

Accepted papers will be published in the open-access journal IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (IOP Publishing Ltd.), indexed in Scopus, EI Compendex, etc.
Selected papers will be published in the open-access journal Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences, indexed in Scopus, Web of Science (Science Citation Index Expanded™); and journal Mechanics of Composite Materials (Springer),  indexed in Scopus, Web of Science, etc.

Important dates 

  • Abstract Submission 15 September 2020 
  • Full Paper Submission 16 November 2020 

Program

26 April 2021   Welcome Reception

27 April 2021   Conference 1st day, Gala dinner

28 April 2021   Conference 2nd day

29 April 2021   Industry day

Registration and Fees

Conference registration will be open in October

Registration fees

  Early Bird fee until 1 December 2020 Standard fee from 2 December 2020
Regular participant 480€ 540€
Student 240€ 300€
Student with special fee 96€ 96€
Accompanying person 96€ 96€
Fee for presenting company 250€ 250€
Fee for EML members 144€ 144€

 

The registration fee for the MMM2021 includes Welcome Reception, Conference Dinner, admission to all sessions including conference material, coffee breaks and lunches, two papers for professors and one paper for students.
Please note that VAT 20% is included in the registration fee.

Accompanying person
Accompanying person fee includes Welcome Reception and Conference Dinner.

Committees

Scientific Committee of DAAAM Baltic 2021 
Prof. Tauno Otto, Chair (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia) 
Aigar Hermaste, Scientific Secretary (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia) 
Prof. Dago Antov (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia) 
Prof. Metin Aydogdu (Trakya University, Turkey) 
Dr. Rūta Banelienė (Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania)
Prof. Algirdas Bargelis (Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania) 
Prof. Andris Chate (Riga Technical University, Latvia) 
Prof. Martin Eerme (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia) 
Dr. Tatjana Karaulova (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia) 
Prof. Kristo Karjust (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia)  
Prof. Branko Katalinic (Vienna University of Technology, Austria) 
Prof. Petri Kuosmanen (Aalto University, Finland) 
Prof. Minna Lanz (Tampere University, Finland)
Dr. Tõnu Leemet (Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia) 
Prof. Andrei Lobov (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway) 
Prof. Jüri Majak (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia) 
Prof. Jüri Riives (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia) 
Prof. Anna Zawada Tomkiewitcz (Koszalin University of Technology, Poland) 
Prof. Toms Torims (Riga Technical University, Latvia) 
Prof Raine Viitala (Aalto University, Finland) 
Dr Andrius Vilkauskas (Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania)  

 

Scientific Committee of BALTMATTRIB 2021 
Prof. Jakob Kübarsepp, Chair (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia) 
Dr. Andrei Surzenkov, Scientific Secretary (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia) 
Dr. Ewald Badisch (AC2T Research GmbH, Excellence Centre of Tribology, Austria) 
Ass. Prof. Regita Bendikiene (Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania ) 
Prof. Michael Gasik (Aalto University, Finland) 
Prof. Janis Grabis (Riga Technical University, Latvia) 
Prof. Irina Hussainova (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia) 
Dr. Pavol Hvizdoš (Institute of Materials Research, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Slovakia) 
Prof. Vytenis Jankauskas (Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Lithuania) 
Prof. Kaupo Kukli (Institute of Physics, University of Tartu, Estonia) 
Prof. Emeritus Priit Kulu (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia) 
Dr. Janis Locs (Riga Technical University, Latvia) 
Prof. Remigiusz Michalczewski (Institute of Sustainable Technologies – National Research Institute, Poland) 
Dr. Vitali Podgurski (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia) 
Dr. Miguel A. Rodriguez (Instituto de Ceramica y Vidrio, Spain Academy of Sciences, Spain) 
Prof. Renno Veinthal (Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia) 

Important dates

Abstract Submission 15 September 2020 

Full Paper Submission 16 November 2020 

Early Bird Registration 1 December 2020 

 

Venue

Conference main venue

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National Library of Estonia

The building of the National Library on Tõnismägi is a landmark building in Estonian limestone architecture. Of the three major projects by top architect Raine Karp – the Sakala Centre, the Linnahall convention centre, and the National Library – it is the only one that has survived to this day and is still fully in use.  

The National Library serves the Estonian state as a preserver of cultural heritage, and the mission is to provide a venue that are of cultural and social significance for Estonia. 

More information

Address: Tõnismägi 2, 15189 Tallinn

 

Gala dinner venue

Estonia

 

Estonia Concert Hall

This neoclassical imposing building (architects A. Lindgren / W. Lönn, 1913, reconstructed 1947) is a symbol of Estonia’s political and cultural power. Traditionally, the most festive events are held here, including receptions of Estonian President. No other hall in Estonia can compete with Estonia Concert Hall in combining history with flexibility and beauty with adaptability. The Hall promotes its own Concert Season of prestigious visiting artists as well as being home to the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra. 

More information

Address: Estonia pst 4, 10148, Tallinn

 

About Tallinn

Tallinn never fails to amaze visitors with its historical charm. At its heart is the Medieval Old Town, an area of cobblestone streets, gabled houses, churches and squares that developed here from the 13th to the 15th centuries when Tallinn boomed as a key Hanseatic commercial hub. Old Town has long been the main draw for newcomers – in fact it’s so unique that UNESCO added it to its World Heritage List in 1997. Other regions of the city reflect different ages, from the romantic, Tsarist-era Kadriorg Park to the unforgettable, early-20th-century wooden house district of Kalamaja. A modern shopping/business district in the city centre completes the tableau, making Tallinn an amazing blend of old and new.

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Learn about Tallinn Card and get it hear.

 

About Estonia

Estonia is an amazing place of natural beauty and steeped in colourful history. Geographically, Estonia is on the north-eastern edge of the European Union, bordering Russia and Latvia.

Estonia is often seen as the world’s leading innovator against the backdrop of untouched nature and rich medieval heritage.
Being environmentally conscious and using sustainable resources are growing trends in Estonia, setting an example with its many organic farms, green events, sustainable activities, Green Key hotels and many other sustainable tourism options.

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Learn more about Estonia and what it has to offer: visitestonia.com

Accommodation

lermitage

Toompuiestee 19, 10137 Tallinn, Estonia

Distance from the conference venue National Library of Estonia: 500m
Distance from the conference venue Estonia Concert Hall: 1,2 km

Standard room 70 EUR/night
Business room 80 EUR/night
Superior room 90 EUR/night

Rates include:
-buffet breakfast
-WIFI
-Taxes (VAT 9%)

Conditions and cancellation terms:
• Accommodation with special rates is available until 22.03.2021 (after which hotel rooms are subject to availability)
• Bookings can be cancelled free of charge until 24h prior to arrival day
• Credit card guarantee is required
• Payment on spot (at the hotel)

Booking instructions for special rates:
• Via email reservations@lermitagehotel.ee, password “MMM2021”
• By phone +372 6996 400

palacehotel

Vabaduse Väljak 3 / Tallinn 10141 / Estonia

Distance from the conference venue National Library of Estonia: 450m
Distance from the conference venue Estonia Concert Hall: 450m

Standard room 112 EUR/night with breakfast

Conditions and cancellation terms:

Accommodation with special is available until 29.03.2021 (after which, subject to availability)
Bookings can be cancelled free of charge until 72 hours prior to arrival day
Credit card guarantee is required
Payment on spot (at the hotel)


Booking instructions for special rates:

e-mail: palace@tallinnhotels.ee, phone +372 6806655

Booking 

Website 

For all booking please use promotional code: MMM2021

parkinn

Toompuiestee 27, Tallinn Estonia

Distance from the conference venue National Library of Estonia: 700m
Distance from the conference venue Estonia Concert Hall: 1,2 km

Standard room 60 EUR/night for 1 person

Standard room 70 EUR/night for 2 person

Rate includes: 
· Super Buffet Breakfast
· Taxes (VAT 9%)
· Access to fitness centre with gym, sauna and SPA

Conditions and cancellation terms:
• Accommodation with special rates upon availability until 25.03.2021
• Bookings can be cancelled free of charge until 35 days prior to arrival day
• Payment on spot (at the hotel)

Conference code: MMM21

Booking instructions for special rates:
e-mail reservations.meriton.tallinn@parkinn.com
phone: +372 66 77 111
Website  

kreutzwald

Endla 23, Tallinn 10122, Estonia


Distance from the conference venue National Library of Estonia: 450 m by walk
Distance from the conference venue Estonia Concert Hall: 1,2 km by walk

Zen Single/Double room 70/75 EUR/night
Zen Deluxe Single/Double room 105/110 EUR/night

Rates include:
-buffet breakfast
-WIFI
-Taxes (VAT 9%)

Conditions and cancellation terms:
• Accommodation with special rates is available until 25.01.2021 (after which hotel rooms are subject to availability)
• Bookings can be cancelled free of charge until 7 days prior to arrival day
• Credit card guarantee is required
• Payment on spot (at the hotel)

Booking instructions for special rates:
• Via email reserv@uhotelsgroup.com, password “MMM2021”
• By phone +372 644 3030
Web: https://www.kreutzwaldhotel.com/

centannia

Endla 15, Tallinn 10122, Estonia

Distance from the conference venue National Library of Estonia: 300 m by walk
Distance from the conference venue Estonia Concert Hall: 1,1 km by walk

Standard Single/Double room 65/71 EUR/night
Superior Single/Double room 85/91 EUR/night
Zen Single/Double room 105/111 EUR/night

Rates include:
-buffet breakfast
-WIFI
-Taxes (VAT 9%)

Conditions and cancellation terms:
• Accommodation with special rates is available until 25.01.2021 (after which hotel rooms are subject to availability)
• Bookings can be cancelled free of charge until 7 days prior to arrival day
• Credit card guarantee is required
• Payment on spot (at the hotel)

Booking instructions for special rates:
• Via email reserv@uhotelsgroup.com, password “MMM2021”
• By phone +372 644 3030
Web: https://www.centennialhoteltallinn.com/