Conference is focused especially on the following themes:
  ⚬   modelling and simulation of mechanical, mechatronic and biomechanical systems
  ⚬   design of mechanical, mechatronic, biomechanical and robotic systems
  ⚬   experimental methods in mechanics, electronic, mechatronics, biomechanics and robotics

Important dates
  ⚬   May 30, 2019 - Start of the registration
  ⚬   June 30, 2019 August 31, 2019 - Registration deadline
  ⚬   August 31, 2019 - Deadline for the final paper submission
  ⚬   August 31, 2019 - Notification of the paper acceptance
  ⚬   September 01, 2019 - Deadline for a payment
  ⚬   September 11, 2019 - Start of the conference

Each participant and accompaying person must register using the online form available here. Every registered participant will gain access to a personal conference account that allows to submit papers.

Conference fee
  ⚬   before September 01, 2019 – 260 EUR, inc. VAT,
  ⚬   after September 01, 2019 – 300 EUR, inc. VAT.

The registration fee covers entrance to the conference MMaMS 2019, publishing one paper in the conference proceedings, a CD with proceedings, refreshments, and invitation to gala dinner. The accommodation of participants is not included in the registration fee. No refunds can be made for cancellations but a participant substitute will be admitted.

Accompanying person fee
The fee for accompanying persons is 140 EUR. The fee covers refreshments, participation in accompanying events, and invitation to gala dinner. The accommodation of accompanying persons is not included in the fee.

Each participant and accompaying person is to arrange the accommodation individually. More information about accommodation can be found here.

All payments are to be done by bank transfer to the following account:

Beneficiary: Technická univerzita v Košiciach, Strojnícka fakulta, KAMaSI, Letná 9, 042 00 Košice, Slovensko
Business ID: 00397610
Tax ID: 2020486710
Bank: Štátna pokladnica, Radlinského 32, P.O.BOX 13, 810 05 Bratislava 15, Slovensko
IBAN: SK41 8180 0000 0070 0015 1492
Variable symbol: 319
Constant symbol: 0308
Message for beneficiary: "Name Surname MMaMS_ID Organization (acronym)" (e.g.: John Smith 12 NASA)

In case of all payments, please enter your registration ID number in the message for beneficiary. The bank fees for international payments are borne by the payer. Each participant will receive an invoice.

The National Park of Pieniny (PIENAP) is the smallest of the Slovak National Parks, but as far as its beauty concerns, it is in no way less beautiful. It is the second oldest Park in Slovakia. It stretches on the border with Poland; the river Dunajec passes through it. It is possible to hire a raft and admire the wonderful scenery of the Park navigating down the river.
The village of Červený Kláštor is the seat of administration of the National Park of Pieniny. The National Park of Pieniny was established on January 16, 1967 on an area of 21 square kilometres. Of its total area, forests represent nine square kilometres while the rest is unique agricultural landscape with small fields, green meadows and pastures adorned with stacks of sweet smelling freshly mown hay in summer, typical for the region of Zamagurie.
The National Park of Pieniny is rich in rare species of plants with several local endemites. The equally varied fauna covers 766 species of butterflies, 99 species of molluscs and more than 200 species of vertebrae. In the rocks and on forest pathways one can, for instance, meet a lynx or see an otter hunting in the water of the Dunajec river.
It is recommended to climb the tallest top of the Pieniny mountains Tri koruny lying on the Polish side of the Park. The beauty of these three sharp rocks though, can be also admired rafting down the river. The compound of limestone rocks, the Haligovské skaly, attracts with its numerous caves and cavities.
The access points to the Park are Červený Kláštor, Spišská Stará Ves or the town of Stará Ľubovňa.


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© Katedra aplikovanej mechaniky a strojného inžinierstva, Strojnícka fakulta, Technická univerzita v Košiciach, 2019.
Created by doc. Ing. Róbert Huňady, PhD.