XXV INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON GRAPHICS ENGINEERING

New Horizons in Graphics Engineering

June 17th–19th, 2015 / Donostia-San Sebastián


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New Horizons in Graphics Engineering

- June 2015, San Sebastián


This year Tecnun, the University of Navarra’s Technology Campus in San Sebastian, is proud to host the 25th International Congress of Graphics Engineering. These meetings have been taking place over many years and the current strength and state of the field is due to the work and initiative of the many lecturers who have come before. The field of Graphics Engineering continues to grow and struggle with the new challenges that new technologies and changes in education are bringing to the new degrees in engineering offered by universities.

This congress provides a forum for lecturers, researchers, and experts in graphics engineering and industrial design to share their experiences, skills, ideas while also promoting the exchange the results of research projects, facilitating new connections for collaboration, and contributing to the dissemination of research carried by different research teams.

Under the slogan "New Horizons in Graphics Engineering", which provides continuity with the congress held in Valencia in September 2014, our goal is to address the challenges that new technologies bring to the fields of engineering and the changing landscape that our teaching must address.

The Organizing Committee at the University of Navarra’s School of Engineering in San Sebastian, aware of the challenge of organizing a meeting of this nature, invites lecturers and professionals to participate in this year’s Congress. Our aim is to provide an ideal forum for sharing and discussing the issues that are relevant to our profession.





Topics


Computer Aided Design & Virtual Prototyping

• Virtual Approaches for Interactive Design and Manufacturing
• Virtual prototyping based design
• CAD, CAE, IFC and BIM, scientific visualization
• Image processing and analysis
• Geomatics Engineering: cartography, GIS,...
• Geometric modelling and analysis
• Industrial Archaeology
• Reverse Engineering
• Virtual and Augmented Reality

Product design

• Integrated Design
• Robust Design, Reliability and Maintenance
• Green Engineering, Eco Design
• Modelling and Simulation based Design
• User centered Design
• Multimaterials Engineering and Simulation
• Product lifecycle based design
• Human factors, ergonomics, sensitive approach
• Geometric and functional characterization of products (GD&T)

Innovation and collaborative work

• Innovative design methods TRIZ
• C-K and Intellectual Property Management
• Industrial management and supply chain
• Industrial Design and creativity
• Collaborative engineering and Innovation
• Product lifecycle and Knowledge Management

Product Manufacturing

• Integrated Manufacturing
• Tolerance and design manufacturing
• Multimaterials manufacturing processes
• Manufacturing process and Production engineering
• Advanced manufacturing and related material and design issues
• Methods and Tools for product and production engineering
• Process and production management
• Rapid Prototyping
• Flexible assemblies
• PLM

Education, Learning and Knowledge

• Multimodal Interfaces for Skills learning
• Teaching product design
• Technical drawing
• Adaptation to the European Higher Education Area
• Theoretical geometry and graphics
• Applied geometry and graphics
• Industrial design and graphic design
• Teaching methodology




INGEGRAF Congress actions


International cooperation

The Congress will seek to enhance international cooperation in the latest advances in design methods and tools in Industrial Engineering and Architecture/Civil Engineering in the areas of:

  • • Innovative Design Methods
  • • Geometric Modelling and Industrial Design
  • • Virtual Reality and Interactive Design
  • • Product and Process Design
  • • Knowledge and Product Data Management
  • • Innovation in Engineering and Architecture, Three Dimensional Modelling and Data Processing Project
  • • Graphics Engineering

Adaptation to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA)

Work on this line of action will be done through analysing the strategies used by universities to conform to the EHEA and evaluating how degrees in engineering are adapting in terms of subjects dedicated to or related to graphic expression in engineering in Spain and other European countries.


Renewing educational methodologies

This line of actions focuses on reviewing, studying and renewing the educational methodologies used in higher education, specifically in subjects dedicated to or related to the study of graphic expression in engineering in Spain and other European countries as well as other continents.


Student participation

Interest in creating an international INEGRAF network has always recognised the importance of having the participation of both students and lecturers at the different stages of university study, so our Congress promotes various ways for these groups to participate in activities related to the study of graphic expression in engineering and similar subjects that have a strong graphics component.


Strategic planning

The INGEGRAF association is expanding the congress to include the development of strategic planning processes by institutions of higher education, particularly issues such as cooperation and exchange among lecturers in the area of graphic expression in engineering and related areas in higher education.


Quality

The INGEGRAF Association will award prizes to the best presentations and papers on improving the teaching of any subject in the area of graphic expression in engineering and other related subjects with a strong graphics component.

  • • First prize: Certificate.
  • • Second prize: Certificate.
  • • Third prize: Certificate.

Innovation

The INGEGRAF-ADM congress constantly aims to be a forum made up of experts in engineering and design that are committed to sharing different experiences, skills and ideas and collaborating on the identification of new working hypotheses both for the design of innovative products as well as promoting teaching and research in the area of graphic expression in engineering.





Submitting abstracts and papers



Authors are invited to email abstracts related to the conference topics to ingegraf2015@tecnun.es for review. The deadline for abstracts is 20 March 2015.


Authors should email their complete paper to ingegraf2015@tecnun.es. All papers must follow the instructions and format established in the template. The deadline for submission is 5 May 2015.

Best papers will be selected for publication in the impact journal JCR.
The rest of the works will be published in the proceedings of the congress.







Key dates

Call for papers 15 December 2014
Deadline for abstract submission 20 March 2015
Deadline for abstract acceptance 20 March 2015
Deadline for submission of complete paper 5 May 2015
INGEGRAF Congress 17-19 June 2015


Registration


To register for the congress, participants must complete the following steps:
1. Download and complete the registration form.
2. Provide bank transfer receipt.
3. Send both documents to: ingegraf2015@tecnun.es

Registration fees:

Ingegraf-ADM-AIP-Primeca Members Non-member Students
Before 20 March 300€ 350€ 100€
21 March through 20 May 350€ 400€ 150€
After 20 May 400€ 450€ 200€
Gala dinner (per person) 50€ 50€ 50€

Cancellation policy
Notification of cancellation by email prior to 20 April 2015, will be entitled to a full refund less 50 EUR processing fee. There will be no refund after 20 April 2015.


Quedan:



Programme

First day

CHECK-IN, DOCUMENTATION PICK-UP AND CONGRESSMEN WELCOMING

CONGRESS WELCOME.
WELCOME KEYNOTE (GRADE CLASSROOM)

Tomás Gómez-Acebo – Vice President of the University of Navarra
Iñigo Puente – Dean of Tecnun
María de la Paz Morer - President of the Congress
Guillermo Peris - President of Ingegraf

PLENARY SESSION (GRADE CLASSROOM)

Ph.D. Andrew Davol
"The Graphics Revolution in Engineering with Application to Solar Concentrator Design, Analysis and Testing"

COFFEE BREAK

LUNCH

PLENARY ASSEMBLY (MASTER CLASSROOM) - Ingegraf partners only

Second day

COFFEE BREAK

PLENARY SESSION (MASTER CLASSROOM)

Ph.D. Ian Campbell
"Additive manufacturing- research-teaching: opportunities and challenges"

PLENARY SESSION (Master CLASSROOM)

Ph.D. Luis Pastor
"Researcher and Professor in Computer Graphics, Virtual Reality and Visual Analytics at URJC"

LUNCH

SOCIAL PLAN

  • Panoramic city tour with guide.
  • “Cesta punta” exhibition match in Jai-Alai. Fuenterrabia.
  • GALA DINNER

    Restaurante Tenis Ondarreta

    Paseo de Eduardo Chillida 9, 20008 Donostia-San Sebastián

    Third day

    COFFEE BREAK

    PLENARY SESSION (Master CLASSROOM)

    Ph.D. Margarita Vergara
    "Research in Biomechanics and Ergonomics"

    CLOSING KEYNOTE AND CONCLUSIONS

    Coctel




    Speakers:


    Dr Ian Campbell

    Ph.D. Ian Campbell

    "Additive manufacturing- research-teaching: opportunities and challenges"

    Curriculum Vitae

    After graduating from the Special Engineering Programme at Brunel University in 1985, Ian Campbell worked as a design engineer, first in Ford Motor Company, and later in the Rover Group. In 1989, he was appointed as a Senior Teaching Fellow for CAD/CAM at the University of Warwick. He remained in this position for four years, during which time, he undertook a part-time MSc degree by research. In 1993, he obtained a lectureship at the University of Nottingham and gained his PhD, again through part-time study, in 1998. His current position, since October 2000, is Reader in Computer Aided Product Design at Loughborough University in the Design School. He is also Research Theme Leader for Enabling Technologies - Digital. He is currently supervising a number of research projects, mainly in the area of design interaction and additive manufacturing technologies. Dr Campbell is Editor-in-Chief of the Rapid Prototyping Journal.



    Andrew Davol

    Ph.D. Andrew Davol

    "The Graphics Revolution in Engineering with Application to Solar Concentrator Design, Analysis and Testing"

    Curriculum Vitae

    After graduating with a BS in Mechanical Engineering from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo (1987), Andrew Davol completed a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering (1993) and a PhD in Structural Engineering (1998) at University of California, San Diego. His dissertation was titled “Structural Characterization of Concrete Filled Fiber Reinforced Shells”.

    In 1999 he joined the faculty at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, where he was an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering until 2004 and an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering until 2006.

    In 2006 he became a Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and in 2014 he was named Department Chair, two positions that he has held to the present day.

    Andrew’s current research interests are Solar Concentrator Design and Analysis, Cartilage Growth Biomechanics and Human Powered Vehicle Design.



    Luis Pastor

    Ph.D. Luis Pastor

    "Researcher and Professor in Computer Graphics, Virtual Reality and Visual Analytics at URJC"

    Luis Pastor received his PhD in Industrial Engineering from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid and is a full professor at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC) in Madrid. He is currently head of the School of Computer Sciences at URJC, and he led the implementation of the new degree programmes in Computer Science, Graphics, and Video Game Design and Development.

    His research interests include 3D visualisation in biomedicine (surgical simulation, visual analytics in neuroscience) and high performance computing for image synthesis and image processing. He is head of the research line in visualisation for the EU-funded project FET-FLAGSHIP HBP (Human Brain Project).



    Dr Ian Campbell

    Ph.D. Margarita Vergara

    "Research in Biomechanics and Ergonomics"

    Curriculum Vitae

    Margarita Vergara is Professor of Graphic Expression in Engineering at Universitat Jaume I (UJI) in Castellón. She has taught Graphic Design, CAD and Ergonomics since 1993 in various undergraduate and Master’s programs in Industrial Engineering, and particularly in Industrial Design. She is author of 11 textbooks.

    In addition to being a researcher in the Biomechanics and Ergonomics group at UJI (be.uji.es), she is head of two of the group’s research lines—Kansei Engineering and the Ergonomics of Hand Tools. The research group was founded on her training in ergonomic products and her work as a visiting scholar at the Biomechanics Institute in Valencia, where she did her doctoral work. Her research primarily focuses on user-centred design from a holistic perspective. She has participated in 12 publically funded research projects that were positively evaluated by ANEP, a public agency that assesses the scientific and technical excellence of research projects; she was principal investigator on 4 of the 12 projects. She is author of 23 articles in top ranking journals (21 of which are in internationally indexed journals), 5 book chapters (4 international) and 65 conference presentations, 46 of which were at international conferences. The quality of her work and the international recognition it has received is demonstrated by the over 200 external citations it has received. She has been a reviewer for 10 indexed journals and for various public calls for research proposals. She has also served as an evaluator for ANECA, the public body that provides accreditation to faculty in Spanish universities.




    INGEGRAF board meeting:

    • President: Guillermo Peris Fajarnés
    • Secretary: Beatriz Defez García
    • Board Members: David Corbella, María de la Paz Morer, Irene Sentana Gadea y Pedro Ubieto
    • Scientific Committee Chairman: Félix Sanz Adán

    Local Technical Organizing Committee:

    • President:
    • María de la Paz Morer
    • Members:
    • Aitor Cazón
    • María Isabel Rodríguez
    • Luis Matey
    • Jorge González Prada

    Technical Secretary:

    • Itziar Cobo
    • Maitane Hernández
    • email: ingegraf2015@tecnun.es



    Scientific Committee:

    Computer Aided Design & Virtual Prototyping

    • Fernando Aguilar Torres - Universidad de Almería
    • José Juan Aliaga Maraver - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
    • Mercedes Farjas Abadía- Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
    • Jesús Félez Mindan -Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
    • Rafael García Rodríguez - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
    • Tomás Ramón Herrero Tejedor - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
    • Isidro Ladrón de Guevara López - Universidad de Málaga
    • Massimo Martorelli - University of Nápoles
    • César Antonio Otero González - Universidad de Cantabria
    • Guillermo Peris Fajarnés- Catedrático de la Universitat Politècnica de València
    • Basilio Ramos Barbero - Universidad de Burgos
    • José Ignacio Rojas Sola - Universidad de Jaén
    • Stefano Tornincasa - Politecnico di Torino
    • Gabriel H. Defranco - Universidad Nacional de La Plata (Argentina)
    • Jorge González Prada - Universidad de Navarra

    Product design

    • Agustín Arias Coterillo- Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
    • Gianmaria Concheri - Universita Degli Studi Di Padova
    • Beatriz Defez García - Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
    • Xavier Espinach Orus - Universitat de Girona
    • Tomás Ramón Herrero Tejedor - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
    • Dominique Millet - Supmeca Toulon
    • Javier Muniozguren Colindres - Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
    • Manuel Paredes - INSA de Toulouse
    • Félix Sanz-Adan - Universidad de La Rioja
    • Irene Sentana - Universidad de Alicante
    • Stefano Tornincasa - Politecnico di Torino
    • Gloria F. Beltrán Pereira - Pontificia Universidad Javeriana de Bogotá (Colombia)
    • Pedro Ubieto - Universidad de Zaragoza
    • Jacinto Santamaría Peña - Universidad de La Rioja

    Innovation and collaborative work

    • Samuel Gomes - Universite De Technologie De Belfort Montbeliard
    • M. Luisa Martínez Muneta - Escuela Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
    • Luis Matey Muñoz - Universidad de Navarra
    • Rikardo Mínguez Gabiña - Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
    • María de la Paz Morer Camo - Universidad de Navarra
    • María Isabel Rodríguez Ferradas - Universidad de Navarra
    • Luis G. Monteiro - University of Minas Gerais (Bello Horizonte-Brazil)
    • Gloria F. Beltrán Pereira - Pontificia Universidad Javeriana de Bogotá (Colombia)

    Product Manufacturing

    • Antonio Carretero - Escuela Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
    • Aitor Cazón Martín - Universidad de Navarra
    • Gianmaria Concheri - Universita Degli Studi Di Padova
    • Benoit Eynard - Universite de Technologie de Compiegne
    • Massimo Martorelli - University of Nápoles
    • Luis Matey Muñoz - Universidad de Navarra
    • Rikardo Mínguez Gabiña - Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
    • Jorge González Prada - Universidad de Navarra

    Education, Learning and Knowledge

    • Fernando Aguilar Torres - Universidad de Almería
    • Agustín Arias Coterillo - Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
    • Antonio Carretero Díaz - Escuela Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
    • David Corbella Ribes - Escuela técnica superior de ingeniería y diseño industrial (UPM)
    • Xavier Espinach Orus - Universitat de Girona
    • M. Luisa Martínez Muneta - Escuela Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
    • María de la Paz Morer Camo - Universidad de Navarra
    • Javier Muniozguren Colindres - Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea
    • César Antonio Otero González - Universidad de Cantabria
    • Basilio Ramos Barbero - Universidad de Burgos
    • María Isabel Rodríguez Ferradas - Universidad de Navarra
    • José Ignacio Rojas Sola - Universidad de Jaén
    • Pedro Ubieto - Universidad de Zaragoza


    The conference will be carried out in

    Tecnun (University of Navarra)

    The technology campus of the University of Navarra is located in Donostia-San Sebastián.

    Escuela de Ingenieros-Tecnun
    Paseo de Manuel Lardizabal, Nº 13
    20.018 Donostia - San Sebastián

    +34 943 21 98 77

    How to arrive

    BY AIRPLANE

    Bilbao-Loiu International Airport (airport code BIO), 105 km. Shuttle service from Bilbao airport to San Sebastian: every 60 min, from 7:45 to 23:45; the trip takes 1h20min. Price is approx. 16.50 € (please have cash available: bank or credit cards not accepted).
    Tel.: 913 21 10 00


    Biarritz International Airport (airport code BIQ) , 40 km.Shuttle service from Biarritz airport to San Sebastian: one bus only at 15:30.
    Tel.: +33 (0)5 59 43 83 83


    San Sebastian Airport (airport code: EAS),), 20 km. Taxi to San Sebastian is approx. 30 €.
    Tel.: 902 40 47 04


    BY CAR

    From Bilbao: Take the Ondarreta exit from the A-8.


    From Vitoria/Pamplona: If traveling on the NI, at 6 km from San Sebastian, once the two exits to Lasarte have passed, there are two ways to enter the city:

  • Follow the signs reading "Donostia-San Sebastián N-I, A-8", and enter the city at the "ONDARRETA" exit.

  • Follow the signs reading "Hernani, Añorga, GI-2132" and without leaving the highway take the "ONDARRETA" exit into the city

  • Other

    Bus station: Located in Plaza Pio XII, a 15-minutes walk from the city centre. Taxis are available here.


    Estación del Norte (Renfe train station): Located in Egia, on the east side of the river; a 5-minute walk to the city centre and taxis are available at the street entrance.


    Taxi Service:

  • Radiotaxi Donosti - 943 46 46 46
  • Radio Suital - 943 39 68 40
  • Vallina Teletaxi - 943 40 40 40
  • Radio-teléfono - 943 42 66 42
  • Closer hotels


    Agreed rate, limited capacity, indicate ref.:INGEGRAF 2015

    Hotel Aránzazu

    C/ Vitoria-Gasteiz 1, 20018
    Donostia - San Sebastián
    Telephone: (+34) 943 219 077


    Bed and breakfast (not included 10%VAT):
    Double room: 136€ / Double room (single use): 128€
    Reservations: nharanzazu@nh-hotels.com

    Hotel Silken Amara Plaza

    Plaza Pío XII 7, 20010
    Donostia - San Sebastián
    Telephone: (+34) 943 464 600


    Bed and breakfast (10%VAT included):
    Double room: 109€
    Double room (single use): 99€

    Hotel Codina

    Avda. Zumalacárregui 21, 20018
    Donostia - San Sebastián
    Telephone: (+34) 943 212 200


    Bed and breakfast (10%VAT included):
    Double room: 107,91€
    Double room (single use): 86,62€
    Reservatios: info@hotelcodina.es



    Hotel Eceiza

    Avda. de Satrústegui 13, 20018
    Donostia - San Sebastián
    Telephone: (+34) 943 214 311


    Only room (VAT included):
    Double room (single use): 67€ / Double room: 95€
    Reservas: ezeiza@hotelezeiza.com

    Colegio Mayor Olarain

    Paseo de Ondarreta 24, 20018
    Donostia - San Sebastián
    Teléfono: (+34) 943 003 300


    Bed and breakfast (not included 10%VAT):
    Individual: 50,95€ / Doble: 57,30€
    Reservations: javiermarin@olarain.com

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    Escuela de Ingenieros-Tecnun
    Paseo de Manuel Lardizabal, Nº 13
    20.018 Donostia - San Sebastián

    +34 943 21 98 77

    Email: ingegraf2015@tecnun.es