History of TQM Conference
TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT
ADVANCED AND INTELLIGENT APPROACHES
Welcome to the official site for the 7th International Working Conference TQM - Advanced and Intelligent Approaches. It will be hosted by the University of Belgrade, Mechanical Engineering Faculty, in Belgrade from 4-7 June 2013.
The Mechanical Engineering Faculty in Belgrade, that is, its Laboratory for Production Metrology and TQM established this Conference in 2001, with the support of the best-known scientific and professional organizations in the country and the world.
The first Conference was held from 24th to 27th June, 2001 at Palic, the second from 26th to 28th May, 2003 in Kragujevac, the third from 30th May to 1st June, 2005 in Belgrade, and the 4th from 27th to 30th May 2007, also in Belgrade. 312 participants attended this Conference from 25 countries including Australia, Asia, Europe, South and North America. Three plenary sessions, 7 paper sessions two workshops and two round table discussions were held. The fifth TQM Conference was held 31st May to 4th June 2009. 346 participants attended this Conference from 34 countries on Australia, Asia, Europe, Africa, South and North America. One Opening Plenary Session, 2 Plenary Sessions, 2 Special Conference, 11 Paper Sessions, 6 Workshops / Round Tables Discussion and 1 Industrial Visit was held.
6th IWC TQM 2011 was held from 6th to 10th June this year, the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade. This traditional Conference but supported the world's most important scientific and professional organization for quality (CIRP, EOQ, EFQM, IFIP, IMEKO, IFIP, JUSE, AAQ, PAQ i ASQ), whereby the Conference entered the world calendar conferences about the quality / management. After reviews of the conference accepted 106 + 11 (Manufuture Conference) papers (75% more than in the 5th IWC TQM 2009), from 35 countries in Asia, Africa, North and South America and Europe. From abroad is 80 + 10 accepted papers, from Serbia was 26 + 1 papers. The Conference was 352 participants, of which 84 from abroad, from five continents.