12-14 June 2012, Earls Court Ibis Hotel, London, UK
The Ninth International Conference on Condition Monitoring and Machinery Failure Prevention Technologies
I would like to thank you and your colleagues for excellent organisation of the CM2011/MFPT2011 conference. As usual, participants have got the best opportunities for scientific exchange and discussions. This event has also become one of the most significant CM/MFPT meetings since the International Society for Condition Monitoring started its work there yielding a considerable impact on development and practice of condition monitoring and related diagnostic technologies
Prof Diego Galar
I can tell you that BINDT CM conference has a high scientific level really appreciated by maintenance research world. So, I am very proud of our participation
Based upon my extremely positive previous experience with BINDT and your related MC and MFPT conference, I would be honored to participate in and contribute to CM 2012 and MFPT 2012
I would like to thank you and your colleagues for the excellent organisation of the CM2010/MFPT2010 conference. There can be no doubt that this conference has become one of the most attractive international events for CM specialists. Both presentations and personal contacts gave the best opportunities for scientific exchange and discussions.
Wishing you the best of success in your work.
I would like to thank you all for the efforts you put in to make CM 2010 such a success. With three times as many overseas delegates as UK delegates, it has obviously become the sought after international CM conference that we always thought it would be. When we get the feedback from the delegates, I would be surprised if it is not similar to what is reflected in an email sent by Lev Kuravsky on 27 June.
Ksenia Sapozhnikova and Roald Taymanov
We greately appreciated the conference, new scientific contacts and all your efforts with regard to it. After the conference, we stayed a few days in London and Cambridge and have just arrived in St Petersburg.
Thank you for putting on such a good conference.
CM2009 Feedback and Photos
Following on from the feedback of those who attended our 2009 conference, we are happy to announce a restructuring of the conference programme that will better suit our delegates and speakers. The number of parallel sessions has again been reduced from seven to four, improving the quality of presentations as well as increasing the number of attendees in each session room, allowing the speakers to reach a wider audience.
Our social programme for 2009 proved to be a great success, and we aimed to maintain this for participants in Stratford-upon-Avon in 2010.
Please read below some quotes from delegates who attended the CM2009 conference in Dublin.
Good to meet you all and congratulations on organising a great conference. It was a lot of fun, both technically and socially.
Thank you for the very nice time in Dublin and for the wonderful organisation.
Prof R Tenne
I wish to thank you all and Len Gelman for the excellent organisation and the interesting programme that you have put together for the above conference.
I would like to thank you and your colleagues for the very good organisation of the CM2009/MFPT2009 conference and wish you further success in your work.
Prof Joze Vizintin
I would like to say that I really found the conference of great benefit for my future work on CM. It was very well organised and most of the papers were of a high quality. I would like to congratulate all members of the conference organising committee and particularly the Chairman of the Conference Prof Len Gelman.
Patrick McGetrick receiving his certificate and prize from Prof Heyns for 'Best student paper'
Prof Tony Hope receiving his COMADIT prize from Dr John Tyrer
A session in progress at the conference
Prof Gelman doing his after dinner speech and presentations at the conference dinner
Delegates on the evening walking tour in Dublin city centre
Some of the delegates dancing to the 'Irish House Party' band that played after the conference dinner which gave everyone a taste of the traditional music and dance of Ireland