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The Conference Program is showed in three tables below. First and second tables shows the schedule for Thursday and Friday and third shows the conferences for every Technical Session.


Opening ceremony
(Prof. Luis Raúl Sánchez Fernández,
Vice-President for Undergraduate Studies)
10:00-11:00   Plenary session (Prof. Marco Ceccarelli-Immediate past
President of IFToMM)
Coffee break
11:30-13:00   Technical session I
14:30-16:00   Technical session II
16:00-17:30   Technical session III
17:30-18:30   EPS-UC3M visit
Meeting of the IFToMM PC for Education
Gala Dinner at Teatro Real


09:30-10:30   Plenary Session (Prof. Carlos Delgado Kloos - Vice Chair
for Infrastructure and Environment at the University Carlos III of Madrid)
10:30-11:00  Coffee break
  Technical session IV
12:30-13:30   Technical session V
14:30-16:00   Technical session VI
16:00-17:30   Technical session VII
17:30-18:30 Closing ceremony
19:00-21:00   Madrid guided-walking tour
21:00 Tapas at Madrid (Dinner)



Details of every Techincal Session are showed in next table:

  Technical Session I: Mechanism and machine science in the mechanical engineer curricula.  chairman:  Prof. Olga Egorova
115 Historical evolution of the figure of engineers and mission for their formation M. Ceccarelli and R. Bragastini University of Cassino and South Latium
137 Toward a curriculum in mechatronics: two experiences in Italy and Spain. F. Bonsignorio, L. Bruzzone, and P. Fanghella University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain
142 Mechanical Engineering at a Distance: a Review.  M. Artés and J. López  University UNED, Spain
126 Basic projects of knowledge integration in the bachelors' degree in Industrial Technology S. Cardona Foix, L. Jordi Nebot, R. Pàmies-Vilà, P. Català Calderon Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
117 Content and Realization of Mechanism Theory at RWTH Aachen University S. Kurtenbach, T. Mannheim, M. Hüsing and B. Corves RWTH Aachen University
  Technical Session II: Mechanical Engineering education: new trends.
 chairman:  Prof. Mariano Artés
116 Comparison of Geometry Software for the Synthesis and Analysis in Mechanism Theory S. Kurtenbach, I. Prause, C. Weigel and B. Corves RWTH Aachen University, Germany, 
131 Teaching Mechanism and Machine Theory with Geogebra X. Iriarte, J. Aginaga and J. Ros Public University of Navarra, Spain.
136 Enhancing Mechanism and Machine Science learning by creating virtual labs with ADAMS J. L. Suñer Martínez and J. Carballeira Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
145 Using the thinkMOTION project resources for the teaching of Mechanism and Machine Theory V. Petuya, Ch. Pinto, J. Corral, E. Amezua and A. Hernández University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU
  Technical Session III: Mechanical Engineering education: experiences I.    chairman:  Prof. Victor Petuya
129 The experience of the University of Oviedo in the Motostudent competition A. Noriega, R. Fernández and J.L. Cortizo University of Oviedo, Spain
124  Kinematic Analysis of Planar Mechanisms by Means of Examples M. Urízar, O. Altuzarra, M. Diez, F.J. Campa and E. Macho Faculty of Engineering in Bilbao, Dpt. of Mechanical Engineering, University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Spain
119 Making videos to the engineer students in the middle of the Norwegian Higher Education Reform E. Villacorta Stord/Haugesund University College, Norway,
123 Interdisciplinary factory planning in the education of mechanical engineers and architects  A. Kampker, M. Trautz, S. Kamp, I. Leufgens RWTH Aachen University, Germany
127 Evolution of supervised work in Machine and Mechanism Theory at ETSEIB S. Cardona Foix, L. Jordi Nebot, R. Pàmies-Vilà, P. Català Calderón  Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, 
  Technical Session IV: Mechanism and machine science in the engineer program: methodology.  
 chairman:  Prof. Pietro Fanghella
135 Learning through competitive environments. Use of Robotic Simulation Environments combined with economic considerations  J. L. Suñer Martínez and F. J. Rubio Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
143 Service-Learning Projects in Engineering Colleges J. M. García-Alonso, E.Soriano, I.García-Vicario, H.Rubio Salesianos de Atocha, Spain
140 The Modern facilities and technologies of the teaching the course to theories mechanism and machines V. V. Kuzlyakina Maritime State University named after adm. G. I. Nevelskoy,
121 An example on inquiry-based learning for undergraduate Mechanical Vibrations J.M. Chicharro, A.L. Morales, A.J. Nieto and P. Pintado Universidad de Castilla – La Mancha, E.T.S.I. Industriales, Ciudad Real (Spain), 
150  Application of techniques based on reliability for the improvement of the teaching of mechanisms in industrial design Justo García Sanz-Calcedo, D. Rodríguez Salgado I. Cambero, J.M. Herrera University of Extremadura, Spain
  Technical Session V: Mechanism and machine science in the engineer program: applications and research.  
 chairman:  Prof. Joerg Wauer
147 Optomechatronics applications of the theory of mechanisms with active student involvement in research V.-F. Duma, A. Schitea, M. Tuef, O. Cira, C. Mnerie, Gh. Hutiu, D. Demian, I. Kaposta Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad, Romania
132 Teaching Shaft Balancing as a Parameter estimation Problem J. Aginaga, X. Iriarte and J. Ros Public University of Navarra, Spain
118 Paradox in the Mechanisms Science K.S. Ivanov and K. Zhilisbaeva Almaty University of Power Engineering and Telecommunication, Kazakhstan
139 Integration processes in engineering education V. V. Kuzlyakina Maritime State University named after adm. G. I. Nevelskoy, Russia
148 Multi-disciplinary optomechatronics student included research with applications in biomedical imaging V.-F. Duma, M. L. Negrutiu, C. Sinescu, I. Voiculescu, E. Miutescu, A. Burlea, M. Vlascici, Adrian Gh. Podoleanu Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad, Romania, 
  Technical Session VI: Mechanical Engineering education: experiences II.  
 chairman:  Prof. Marco Ceccarelli
125 Application of a inter-university competition on the enhancement of Engineering Degrees A. Fernández del Rincón, A. de Juan, P. García, M. Iglesias and F. Viadero  University of Cantabria, Spain
154 Experience of modernization of the curriculum TMM in St. Petersburg state polytechnical universit Alexander Evgrafov, Andrey Khisamov, Olga Egorova   St. Petersburg state polytechnical university (SPbSPU), Russia
122 Mechanism Theory in Architecture Education  M. Barej, S. Hoffmann, G. Della Puppa, M. Hüsing,B. Corves and M. Trautz RWTH Aachen University, Germany
146 Knowledge pills for teaching of Mechanism and Machine Theory C. Casqueiro, R. Maceiras and A. Suárez Defense University Center at the Naval Academy, attached to the University of Vigo 
114 Modern view on 'History of Science' teaching in technical universities Olga Egorova, Alexander Evgrafov, and Valeria Rayushkina Bauman Moscow State Technical University (BMSTU), Russia
  Technical Session VII: Mechanism and machine science in the engineer program: Virtual labs  
 chairman:  Prof. Cristina Castejón
152 Analysis of dynamic systems using Bond Graph and SIMULINK José Antonio Calvo, Carolina Álvarez- Caldas, José Luis San Román Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
141 Teaching machine tools operation in virtual laboratories of Engineering Faculties M.J. Martín, F. Martín,  C. Bermudo and L. Sevilla University of Malaga, Spain
151 Virtual Laboratory Works on TMM V.B. Tarabarin , Z.I. Tarabarina, and A.G. Feygina  Bauman MSTU, Moscow, Russia
153 Interactive Application For Technical Drawing Learning C. Álvarez- Caldas, J.A. Calvo, A. Quesada and J.L. San Román  University Carlos III of Madrid, Spain