2015 International Workshop on Bionic Engineering
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The 2015 International Workshop on Bionic Engineering (IWBE 2015) was held in Beijing on October 14-16, 2015. It was organized by the International Society of Bionic Engineering (ISBE), and sponsored by Beihang and Jilin Universities. The workshop also got support from the National Natural Science Foundation of China. This workshop aims to provide an international forum for scientists and engineers around the world, working in the field of bionic engineering, to present and share their ideas and latest work. The theme of IWBE 2015 was "The Progress and new Challenges of Bionic Functional Structures and Surfaces". 
More than 100 representatives from UK, US, Spain, Austria, New Zealand, Korea, Japan among others were invited to workshop. ISBE President Professor Julian Vincent from the University of Oxford (UK), General Secretary Jianqiao Li from Jilin University, other members including Marc Weissburg from Georgia Institute of Technology (USA), Friedrich G. Barth from University of Vienna (Austria), Zhendong Dai from Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics  (China), Zhiwu HAN from Jilin University (China) among others gave papers. Twenty-five invited reports were presented in two days, the topics covered bionic surface, bionic intelligence system, bionic synthesis, biomaterials, fluid bionics, motion bionics and so on.  
This workshop provided a favorable opportunity for the exchange of bionic engineering research achievements, and offered a platform for representatives to communicate and cooperate with each other. It played a positive role to promote the development of bionics at an international and interdisciplinary level.  
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