The Bicycle and Motorcycle Dynamics Conference is held every three years. The first conference was held in Delft, Netherlands in 2010. The aim of this symposium is to bring together leading scientists and researchers in the field of bicycle and motorcycle dynamics and control, in a broad sense.
Topics include but are not limited to: bicycles, motorcycles, unicycles, single track vehicles, modeling, kinematics and dynamics, control, human control, rider properties, handling qualities, tires, experiments, aerodynamics, simulators, nonholonomic dynamics, robot riders, path following.
For an open sharing of information, the meeting is organized to provide as much interaction between participants as possible. The format is informal and fluid, with a single track of presentations and extensive time scheduled for interaction, and the forming and sharing of ideas.
BMD 2022 has been postponed to October 18-20, 2023. The conference will be held in Delft, The Netherlands with Jason K. Moore <firstname.lastname@example.org> as the organizer. See 2023.bmdconf.org for more information.
A scientific committee is selected for each conference. Past scientific committee members are:
- Alessandro Beghi, University of Padova, Italy
- Jim Brendelson, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, USA
- Alberto Doria, University of Padua, Italy
- Andrew Dressel, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA
- Simos Evangelou, Imperial College London, UK
- Mont Hubbard, University of California Davis, USA
- Ichiro Kageyama, Nihon University, Japan
- Tsuyoshi Katayama, Kurume Institute of Technology, Japan
- David Limebeer, University of Oxford, UK
- Roberto Lot, University of Southampton, UK
- Jay Maas, Trek Bicycle Corporation, USA
- Matteo Massaro, University of Padova, Italy
- Jaap Meijaard, Olton Engineering, The Netherlands
- Jason K. Moore, University of California Davis, USA
- Luis Muñoz, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
- Hidekazu Nishimura, Keio University, Japan
- Jim Papadopoulos, Northeastern University, USA
- Manfred Plöchl, Technische Universitat Wien, Austria
- Marco Pierini, University of Florence, Italy
- Atanas Popov, University of Nottingham, UK
- Giulio Rosati, University of Padova, Italy
- Andy Ruina, Cornell University, USA
- James Sadauckas, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, USA
- Sergio Savaresi, Politechnico di Milano, Italy
- Arend Schwab, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
- Mio Suzuki, Trek Bicycle Corporation, USA
- Hermann Winner, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany