Mechatronics'2019: Computing in Mechatronics

Mechatronics'2019: Computing in Mechatronics

16-18 September, Warsaw, Poland

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Conference Agenda

16.09.2019 Monday
4:00 pm to 6:00 pm Registration and reception
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm Get together party
17.09.2019 Tuesday
9:00 am to 9:30 am Opening ceremony
9:30 am to 10:15 am Plenary lecture
10:15 am to 10:45 am Coffee break
10:45 am to 1:00 pm Session 1
1:00 pm to 2:00 pm Lunch
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm Session 2
4:00 pm to 4:30 pm Prof. Małgorzata Kujawińska:
ACTPHAST – for companies and researchers
4:30 pm to 5:00 pm

Coffee break

DIH² project presentation

5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Poster session
7:00 pm Grill party
18.09.2019 Wednesday
10:30 am to 11:00 am Coffee break
11:00 am to 1:00 pm Session 3
1:00 pm to 1:30 pm Closing ceremony
1:30 pm to 3:00 pm Lunch

Plenary lecture

  Philippe Goupil: Vibration detection and diagnosis for civil aircraft improved maintenance

Oral session 1

Robotics, actuators and control

Chairman: prof. Igor Korobiichuk

Paper ID Authors Title
38 Jiri Krejsa and Stanislav Vechet Evaluation of Visual Markers Detection Used for Autonomous Mobile Robot Docking Navigation
43 Jan Kralik and Vojtech Venglar Simple and low-cost analog tactile sensor for robot
59 Piotr Duszak and Barbara Siemiątkowska The application of hexagonal grids in mobile robot navigation
61 Jerzy Kurek Model Reference Control for SISO 2-D system with input delay
67 Andrius Dzedzickis, Tadas Lenkutis, Mantas Makulavičius, Vytautas Bučinskas, Inga Morkvėnaitė-Vilkončienė Towards to autonomous driving: smart dampers
24 Nina Davydenko, Igor Korobiichuk, Lіudmyla Davydenko, Michał Nowicki and Volodymyr Davydenko Identification of cyclic changes in the operation mode of the production facility based on the monitoring data

Oral session 2

MEMS and nanotechnologySmart materials and structures

Chairman: dr Michał Nowicki

Paper ID Authors Title
2 Sergiusz Łuczak and Maciej Zams Monitoring Tilt of Elevated Loads Using MEMS Accelerometers
46 Magdalena Ekwińska, Dariusz Szmigiel, Jerzy Zając, Michał Zaborowski, Cezariusz Jastrzębski, G Muscalu, B Firtat, S. Dinulescu, A Anghelescu and C Moldovan Advantages of using piezoelectric materials in the MEMS construction on the example of AlN and Sc doped AlN layers
13 Dymitr Osiński and Danuta Jasińska-Choromańska Lower Limbs Orthosis for Experimental Motion Studies for Designing an Orthotic Robot’s Turning Module
17 Mateusz Janowski, Danuta Jasińska-Choromańska and Marcin Zaczyk Marker based optical system for parametric rapid design
35 Filip Ksica, Josef Behal, Ondrej Rubes and Zdenek Hadas Homogenized model of piezoelectric composite structure for sensing purposes
66 Roman Szewczyk Modelling the mechanical stress dependence of 2D magnetic permeability in soft magnetic materials

Oral session 3

Simulation, modeling and ICTSensors, measurement and diagnosticsBiomedical applications

Chairman: dr Anna Ostaszewska-Liżewska

Paper ID Authors Title
22 Petr Hadraba and Zdeněk Hadaš Time-domain Regenerative Chatter Analysis of Non-linear Stiffness System
18 Maciej Szudarek, Mateusz Turkowski and Grzegorz Twaróg Test stand for studying flowmeter performance in presence of pulsatile flow
19 Piotr Piskulak and Krzysztof Lewenstein Modeling of sleep disordered breathing using NARMAX methodology
47 Zofia Lorenc, Sławomir Paśko, Anna Pakuła, Olimpia Kursa and Leszek Sałbut Spectral VIS measurements for detection changes caused by of Mycoplasma synoviae in flock of poultry
51 Szymon Ostrowski, Leszek Kołodziej, Adrian Maciejewski, Małgorzata Jakubowska and Grzegorz Wróblewski Development of water based transient resistive screen-printing paste with carbon nanotubes for biomedical applications
68 Oleksii Balitskyi, Andrius Dzedzickis, Viktor Kovalevskyi, Mantas Makulavičius, Marius Šumanas, Algirdas Petronis, Vytautas Bučinskas, Inga Morkvėnaitė-Vilkončienė New type microrobot for the manipulation of biological objects
65 Alicja Barańska, Aleksandra Jedlińska and Katarzyna Samborska Application of dehumidified air during spray drying for the production of food powders
Instruction for Authors of oral presentations

The prelegent has at his disposal a projector, screen and computer with Microsoft Office PowerPoint installed. The presentation should be prepared in the form of traditional slides in .pptx format, 4:3 proportion, with landscape orientation. The presentation should not exceed fifteen minutes. We anticipate an additional 5 minutes for discussion. Please upload and check the correctness of displaying the presentation at least 15 minutes before the start of the session.

Poster session

paper_id Authors Title section
3 Igor Korobiichuk, Volodimir Karachun and Viktorij Mel’nick Stochastic structure of inciting factors of trivial gyrostabilized platform 1
5 Igor Korobiichuk, Yuriy Syerov and Solomia Fedushko The method of semantic structuring of virtual community content 1
8 Igor Korobiichuk, Oleksey Lobok, Boris Goncharenko, Natalya Savitskaya, Marina Sych and Larisa Vihrova Using linear matrix inequalities for synthesis of modal control of multidimensional linear systems 1
21 Małgorzata Mateusiak and Krzysztof Mikołajczyk Semi-automatic spine segmentation method of CT data 1
29 Mateusz Szumilas, Sergiusz Łuczak and Błażej Kabziński Selected tests of a control system for an articulated vehicle with innovative articulation 1
32 Bartłomiej Podsiadły, Andrzej Skalski and Marcin Słoma Conductive ABS/Ni Composite Filaments for Fused Deposition Modeling of Structural Electronics 1
44 Filip Musil and Radek Vlach Coupled Model of Solenoid 1
14 Stanislav Vechet and Jiri Krejsa Pedestrian Indoor Localization Using IoT Sensors RSSI Signal Strength Measurement 2
37 Jakub Wildner, Mateusz Turkowski, Maciej Szudarek and Arkadiusz Zadworny Calibration of bell prover test stands with critical flow Venturi nozzle 2
39 Patrik Kutílek, Petr Volf, Ján Hýbl, Jan Hejda, Slávka Vítečková, Václav Křivánek, Radek Doskočil and Pavel Smrčka Methods of Joint Stiffness Measurement Using a Manually Actuated Dynamometer 2
45 Maciej Bodnicki and Piotr Sakowicz System for Measuring Infrared Radiant Flux With Application of New Methods of Noise Detection And Reduction 2
67 Adrian Misztuk Arduino based air filter testing device 2
33 Michał Józwik and Dinesh Raja Nagarajan Wavefront sensor in measurements of MEMS vibrations 2
7 Igor Korobiichuk, Victor Tregub, Oleh Klymenko, Igor Elperin, Victor Sidletskyi, Yaroslav Smityuh and Marina Chornovan Development of logical control system for the purification department at molasses production 3
10 Igor Korobiichuk, Anatolii Ladaniuk and Viacheslav Ivashchuk Features of control for multi-assortment technological process 3
26 Kuo-Shen Chen, Su-Heng Kuo, Jun-Hong Wu and Mi-Ching Tsai Design and Realization of a Performance and Reliability Evaluation Module for Commercialized Anti-Lock Braking Systems 3
30 Sergiusz Łuczak, Wojciech Credo, Karol Bagiński, Paweł Wnuk, Bartłomiej Fajdek, Krzysztof Bąk and Michał Majewski Mechatronic system for weeding 3
28 Mateusz Szumilas, Sergiusz Łuczak and Błażej Kabziński MEMS accelerometers in diagnostics of the articulation of an articulated vehicle 4
54 Tomas Spacil, Matej Rajchl, Michal Bastl, Jan Najman and Martin Appel Design of Deterministic Model for Compensation of Acceleration Sensitivity in MEMS Gyroscope 4
4 Igor Korobiichuk, Viktorij Mel’nick and Volodimir Karachun Autocompensation methods of reducing the influence of penetrating sound radiation 5
31 Igor Korobiichuk, Lyudmyla Kuzmych and Volodymyr Kvasnikov The system of the assessment of a residual resource of complex technical structures 5
42 Zdenek Hadas and Ladislav Pincek Electromagnetic Rolling Mass Energy Harvesting Device for Low Frequency Excitation 5
64 Philippe Preumont, Roman Szewczyk, Filip Czubaczynski and Pawel Wittels Heat transfer model of a small size satellite on geostationary orbit in cold condition 5
34 Petr Volf, Jan Hejda, Simona Hájková and Patrik Kutílek Cooling Module for Orthosis 6
40 Patrik Kutílek, Petr Volf, Jan Hejda, Slávka Vítečková, Václav Křivánek, Radek Doskočil, Veronika Kotolová, Pavel Smrčka and Vojtěch Havlas Determining the Upper Limb’s Intensity of Movement Using a Smart Orthosis for Rehabilitation at the Clinic and Home 6
41 Patrik Kutilek, Kevin Bancud, Petr Volf, Ján Hýbl, Jan Hejda, Slávka Vítečková, Václav Křivánek and Radek Doskočil Anatomic Adaptability of Wearable Elbow Brace for Rehabilitation Applications 6
56 Artur Jedrusyna and Maciej Grabowski An Automated Lifting Device for Assisted Walk Physiotherapy 6
49 Marek Żyliński, Wiktor Niewiadomski, Anna Gądiorowska, Anna Stępniewska, Adam Becneer and Gerard Cybulski System for measurement of the mechanical impedance of human body during vibration training 6
53 Leszek Kołodziej, Szymon Ostrowski, Adrian Maciejewski, Małgorzata Jakubowska and Grzegorz Wróblewski The influence of screen-printing parameters on properties of conductive layers for application in biomedical electrodes 6
6 Igor Korobiichuk, Viktor Sidletskyi, Anatolii Ladaniuk, Ihor Elperin and Mykhailo Hrama Use of methods of tensor analysis in the evaporator plant operating system 7
12 Igor Korobiichuk, Yaroslav Smityuh, Vasil Kishenko, Anatoliy Ladanyuk, Dmitriy Shevchuk, Viacheslav Ivashchuk, Regina Boyko and Igor Elperin Identification of technological objects on the basis of intellectual data analysis 7
23 Igor Korobiichuk, Iryna Davydova, Valentyn Korobiichuk, Volodymyr Shlapak and Оlena Herasymchuk The influence of geological and anthropogenic factors on the change of the water quality parameters in the kamyanka river within the city of Zhytomyr 7
36 Tomasz Kowaluk, Bartłomiej Bartyzel, Filip Rzepiński and Sławomir Paśko Application of industrial X-ray tomography in paleontological studies on the example of aurochs tooth. 7
52 Michal Bastl, Jan Najman and Tomas Spacil Design of an antenna pedestal stabilization controller based on cascade topology 7
Instructions for Authors of posters

For your poster presentation there will be available an area of 70 cm in width and 100 cm in height. You can prepare your poster as one printout (preferably) or print it on separate pages (ca. 9 pages in A4 format). As far as the text parts of your presentation are concerned, we would like to remind you that types no smaller than 18 points should be used. The figures should be bigger than in the original paper. Posters can be exhibited in the main hall at any time, however no later than prior to the poster session (17.09.2019 at 4:30 PM). Each poster stand will be marked with a number corresponding to particular paper ID. Tools for fixing your poster to the stand (standard and double-sided scotch tape, scissors) will be available on the spot.

Remote poster session

Paper ID Authors Title
48 Jan Najman, Martin Brablc, Matej Rajchl, Michal Bastl, Tomáš Spáčil and Martin Appel Monte Carlo based Detection of Parameter Correlation in Simulation Models
15 Aleksandra Budzyńska, Maciej Jagielski, Marek Żyliński, Gerard Cybulski and Wiktor Niewiadomski Verification of selected gait parameters derived from inertial sensors using visual system
16 Jan Hrbacek, Radek Hrbacek and Jakub Lesinsky Automatic mechatronic test stand development for embedded electronics using NI LabVIEW
27 Juraj Ďuďák, Peter Fabo, Gabriel Gašpar, Michal Kuba and Anna Buchholcerová Distributed collection of environmental data using IoT technology
50 Maciej Martyński, Paweł Nowak and Michał Nowicki Electronic filters measurement device
62 Kamil Sowiński, Michał Nowicki and Tomasz Charubin Laboratory stand for fluxgate level measurement
63 Weronika Ziarkowska, Michał Nowicki and Tomasz Charubin Magnetic moment measurement stand
25 Stefan Sedivy, Lenka Micechova and Pavel Scheber Mechatronics solutions in process of transport infrastructure monitoring and diagnostics
55 Dariusz Grudziński, Łukasz Jaśkowski and Michał Nowicki Seebeck coefficient measurement
57 Grzegorz Kopeć and Paweł Nowak Vision system for acquiring results from analog gauges
60 Artur Gorski, Piotr Gazda and Michał Nowicki Design and construction of system for controlling ther-mal relaxation process of amorphous ribbons in liquid metal bath
Instruction for Authors of remote posters

Your remote posters will be displayed on a 50″ screen. Remote poster should be prepared as a .pptx slideshow, 4:3 proportions, landscape orientation. It should contain maximum 5 slides in total: one title slide and 4 presenting the issue. Please put contact details on each slide. Your presentation should be sent to Dr Michał Nowicki:
The deadline is 15.09.2019

Mechatronics 2019 Committee

Scientific Committee

Conference chair

Roman Szewczyk
Warsaw University of Technology

Honorary conference chair

Ryszard Jabłoński
Warsaw University of Technology

Tomas Brezina
Brno University of Technology
Czech Republic

Conference co-chair

Jiří Krejsa
Brno University of Technology
Czech Republic


  • Bartyś Michał, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
  • Bauer Jan, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
  • Bauer Pavol, Delft University of Technology, Nederland
  • Bennouna Ouadie, École d’ingénieurs généralistes, France
  • Beran Vit, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
  • Bertram Torsten, TU Dortmund University, Germany
  • Bieńkowski Adam, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
  • Blecha Petr, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
  • Bodnicki Maciej, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
  • Bukała Aleksandra, Creotech Instruments S.A., Poland
  • Bursa Jiri, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
  • Chen Kuo-Shen, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
  • Davydenko Nina, National University of Water and Environmental Engineering in Rivne, Ukraine
  • Ekwińska Magdalena, Institute of Electron Technology, Poland
  • Fedak Viliam, Technical University of Košice, Slovakia
  • Gambin Wiktor, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
  • Golnik Natalia, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
  • Hadas Zdenek, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
  • Kałużyński Krzysztof, Warsaw University of Technology Poland
  • Kelemen Michal, Technical University of Košice, Slovakia
  • Korbicz Józef, University of Zielona Góra, Poland
  • Kościelny Jan M., Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
  • Kovar Jiri, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
  • Kujawińska Małgorzata, Warsaw University of Technology Poland
  • Kurek Jerzy, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
  • Łuczak Sergiusz, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
  • Maga Dusan, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
  • Miljavec Damijan, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • Mouralova Katerina, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
  • Neugebauer Reimund, Fraunhofer Institute, Germany
  • Peroutka Zdeněk, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
  • Petruska Jindrich, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
  • Puig Cayuela Vicenç, BarcelonaTech, Spain
  • Richter Ales, Technical University, Liberec, Czech Republic
  • Salach Jacek, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
  • Siemiątkowska Barbara, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
  • Simak Boris, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
  • Simani Silvio, University of Ferrara, Italy
  • Stefek Alexandr, University of Defence, Brno, Czech Republic
  • Szałatkiewicz Jakub, Lukasiewicz – Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements, Poland
  • Szynkarczyk Piotr, Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements PIAP, Warsaw, Poland
  • Švec Peter, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia
  • Tabe Michiharu, Shizuoka University, Japan
  • Valasek Michael, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
  • Vechet Stanislav, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
  • Vitek Ondrej, Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
  • Woźniak Adam, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

Organising Committee


Michał Nowicki
Warsaw University of Technology


  • Łuczak Sergiusz, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
  • Ostaszewska-Liżewska Anna, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
  • Wierciak Jakub, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

About Mechatronics Conference

The International Conference MECHATRONICS has progressed considerably over the 27 years of its existence. The 13th in the series is hosted this year at the Faculty of Mechatronics, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland. The subjects covered in the conference are wide-ranging and detailed.

The present Conference, Mechatronics 2019, is the 9th international but the 11th Mechatronics Conference organized by The Faculty of Mechatronics, Warsaw University of Technology and since 2000 also with co-operation with Brno Technical University. The conference is organized every second year. Five times have been already held in Czech Republic.

This year at least 6 other International Conferences Mechatronics 2019 are held nearly simultaneously in the world. We are proud to be one of the first who foresaw the rapid development of this domain.

The Faculty of Mechatronics became a center of mechatronic activities in Poland and is also widely regarded on international scale.