In April respected international publishing house “Springer Nature” (Switzerland) published two collective monographs of the Faculty of Technical Systems and Energy Efficient Technologies’ scientists.

Scientific works are the result of the research and international cooperation of Sumy State University (Ukraine), Poznan University of Technology (Poland) and University of Minho (Portugal). Associate Professor of the Department of General Mechanics and Dynamics of the Machines Ivan Pavlenko and Associate Professor of the Department of Manufacturing Engineering, Machines and Tools Vitalii Ivanov were the monographs co-authors. These monographs are also included in the series "Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering" indexed by the international Scopus Database. They contain the results of the researches, that will be highlighted at the International scientific conference “MANUFACTURING 2019” dedicated to 100th anniversary of Poznan University of Technology.

This books series is a modern practice-oriented edition that highlights different topic linked with “Industry 4.0” concept having emphasis on the increasing of effectiveness of manufacturing processes and innovative methods for intellectual production, as well as modern methods of machine building, in particular in design of machine building equipment and assembly of products including technological aspects of manufacturing, mechatronics and technical support.

Works can be found at the links.

"Advances in Manufacturing II. Volume 1 - Solutions for Industry 4.0", authors: Justina Trojanowska, Olaf Ciszak (Poznan University of Technology, Poznan, Poland), Jose Machado (University of Minho, Braga, Portugal), Ivan Pavlenko (SumDU, Sumy, Ukraine);

"Advances in Manufacturing II. Volume 4 - Mechanical Engineering", authors: Bartosz Gapinski, Marek Szostak (Poznan University of Technology, Poznan, Poland), Vitalii Ivanov (SumDU, Sumy, Ukraine).

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