IEEE International Conference On Mechatronics - Loughborough, UK, March 15-17, 2023.

IEEE International Conference on Mechatronics 2023 (IEEE ICM 2023) continues a series of biennial conferences dedicated to recent and prospective developments in various fields of mechatronics. The conference is sponsored by IEEE Industrial Electronics Society and will be held at Loughborough University, Loughborough, UK, during March 15-17, 2023.

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Previously hosted by:

- ICM 2015, Nagoya, Japan

- ICM 2017, Gippsland, Australia

- ICM 2019, Ilmenau, Germany

- ICM 2021, Tokyo, Japan

Loughborough University

The University is based in the heart of the UK on the largest single site green campus in Europe. Throughout its history, Loughborough University has built upon its distinctive characteristics. Today it is one of the country’s leading universities, with a reputation for excellence in teaching and research, strong links with business and industry, and unrivalled sporting achievement.

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Space Centre

Local attractions


With six interactive galleries, the UK's largest planetarium, unique 3D Simulator Experience and the iconic 42m high Rocket Tower, the award-winning National Space Centre in Leicester is an out-of-this-world experience.

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The Great Central Railway is the UK's only double-track mainline heritage railway. It's the only place in the world where full-size steam engines can be seen passing each other - just as it was when steam ruled the rails.

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Rothley Wine


Kingfishers’ Pool Vineyard lies on the bank of the Rothley Brook, a tributary of the River Soar, located within the grounds of the former Manor of Rothley. Take a tour of the vineyard, learn how to taste, and pick up some handy tips for pairing food with wine.

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Bradgate Park


Bradgate Park was first enclosed as a deer park around 800 years ago. It is also home to the ruins of Bradgate House which was one of the earliest brick-built houses in England and the childhood home of Lady Jane Grey, Queen of England for nine days in 1553.

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