The 20th CIRP Conference on Modeling of Machining Operations (CMMO) will be held in Mons, Belgium, on 22nd and 23rd May 2025.      
  • Numerical, analytical and empirical modelling
  • Multiphysics and multiscale modelling
  • Material behaviour and tribological aspects in cutting
  • Surface integrity of machined components
  • Thermal effects and part distortion
  • Artificial intelligence and digital twins for machining
  • High performance and hard machining
  • Machining of additive-manufactured parts and non-metallic materials
  • Precision, ultra-precision and micro-machining
  • Grinding, Non-Conventional and hybrid processes
  • Dynamics and stability of machining and robotic machining
  • Monitoring, diagnostics and optimization of machining processes

Conference Chairs

  • Chairman: Prof. François Ducobu, Belgium
  • Co-Chairman: Prof. Bert Lauwers, Belgium

CMMO International Steering Committee

  • Ibrahim S. Jawahir, USA – Founding Chair
  • Pedro Arrazola, Spain
  • Edvard Govekar, Slovenia
  • Phil Koshy, Canada
  • José Outeiro, Portugal
  • Erdem Ozturk, UK
  • Gérard Poulachon, France
  • Volker Schulze, Germany
  • Luca Settineri, Italy
  • Domenico Umbrello, Italy

Scientific Committee (in progress)

  • Andrea Abeni, Italy
  • Mustapha Abouridouane, Germany
  • Yusuf Altintas, Canada
  • Pedro Arrazola, Spain
  • Aldo Attanasio, Italy
  • Helmi Attia, Canada
  • Jan Aurich, Germany
  • A. K. Balaji, USA
  • Markus Bambach, Switzerland
  • Thomas Bergs, Germany
  • Rachele Bertolini, Italy
  • Dirk Biermann, Germany
  • Friedrich Bleicher, Austria
  • Stefania Bruschi, Italy
  • Erhan Budak, Turkey
  • Madalina Calamaz, France
  • Elisabetta Ceretti, Italy
  • Ni Chen, China
  • Tom Childs, UK
  • Sébastien Compocasso, France
  • Cédric Courbon, France
  • Alain D'Acunto, France
  • Valentin Dambly, Belgium
  • Pierre Dehombreux, Belgium
  • Anthonin Demarbaix, Belgique
  • Berend Denkena, Germany
  • Gilles Dessein, France
  • François Ducobu, Belgium
  • Mohamed El Mansori, France
  • Lucas Equeter, Belgium
  • Kaan Erkorkmaz , Canada
  • Luigino Filice, Italy
  • Guillaume Fromentin, France
  • Guenaël Germain, France
  • Hassan Ghadbeigi, UK
  • Hédi Hamdi, France
  • N. He, China
  • Hong Hocheng, Taiwan
  • Ivan Iovkov, Germany
  • R. S. Jadoun, India
  • Ibrahim S. Jawahir, USA
  • Jaydeep Karandikar, USA
  • Yigit Karpat, Turkey
  • Bernhard Karpuschewski, Germany
  • Yusuf Kaynak, Turkey
  • Hossam Kishawy, Canada
  • Andreas Klink , Germany
  • Peter Kolar, Czech Republic
  • Phil Koshy, Canada
  • Peter Krajnik, Croatia
  • Yann Landon, France
  • Bert Lauwers, Belgium
  • Ismail Lazoglu, Turkey
  • Zhirong Liao, UK
  • Philippe Lorong, France
  • Tarek Mabrouki, Tunesia
  • Aitor Madariaga, Spain
  • Amir Malakizadi, Sweden
  • Takashi Matsumura, Japan
  • Shreyes Melkote, USA
  • Daniel Meyer, Germany
  • Hans-Christian Möhring, Germany
  • Abdelhadi Moufki, France
  • Rachid M'Saoubi, UK
  • Mohammed Nouari, France
  • Gorka Ortiz de zarate Bengoa, Spain
  • Horejs Otakar, Czech Republic
  • José Outeiro, Portugal
  • Erdem Ozturk, UK
  • Olivier Pantalé, France
  • Gérard Poulachon, France
  • Joël Rech, France
  • Edouard Rivière-Lorphèvre, Belgium
  • Pedro Rosa, Portugal
  • Frédéric Rossi, France
  • Giovanna Rotella, Italy
  • Andreas Schubert, Germany
  • Volker Schulze, Germany
  • Luca Settineri, Italy
  • Bin Shen, China
  • Albroz Shokrani, UK
  • Neil Sims, UK
  • Jens Sölter, Germany
  • Sein Leung Soo, UK
  • Laurent Spitaels, Belgium
  • Matej Sulitka, Czech Republic
  • Roberto Teti, Italy
  • Christophe Tournier, France
  • Taner Tunc, USA
  • Domenico Umbrello, Italy
  • Vincent Wagner, France
  • Jun Wang, Australia
  • Petra Wiederkehr, Germany
  • Andreas Wirtz, Germany
  • Dongdong Xu, China
  • Andreas Zabel, Germany
  • Michael Zäh, Germany
  • Frederik Zanger, Germany
  • Abstract submission: 15th September 2024
  • Abstract acceptance: 6th October 2024
  • Paper submission: 24th November 2024
  • Reviewed paper returned: 12th January 2025
  • Final paper submission: 26th January 2025
  • Final decision on paper: 9th February 2025
  • Conference: 22nd and 23rd May 2025 (welcoming event on 21st May in the evening)
The accepted articles will be published in open access by Elsevier in Procedia CIRP.
Download abstract template

Abstract submission

  • Prepare your abstract according to the template
  • Log in as an Author in Editorial Manager for Procedia CIRP at https://www.editorialmanager.com/procir/default.aspx
  • Click on "Submit New Manuscript"
  • In the drop-down menu, choose "VSI: PROCIRP_CMMO 2025" as Article Type. Make sure you make the right selection to avoid any issue in the processing of your submission.
  • Upload your abstract and select Item Type "*Abstract"
  • Download the "Declaration of Interests form" available in the corresponding box
  • Fill in the Declaration of Interests form and upload it
  • On the next screen, select Section/Category "VSI: PROCIRP_CMMO 2025"
  • On the next screen, answer the questionnaire
  • On the next screen, fill in the manuscript data and "Build PDF for Approval" (you can also "Save & Submit Later")
  • Once the pdf is built, review it. If OK approve the submission and accept Ethics in Publishing. If not, revise it.​

Paper submission

Information on paper submission will be available later.
The programme of the conference will be available after the final decision on the papers.
Registration and accomodation information will be available later.
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For any question at this stage, please contact Prof. François Ducobu.