2024 7th International Conference on Mechatronics, Control and Electronic Engineering

Dallas, USA / April 13-14, 2024
The Greater Dallas area is full of attractions for all ages. If things seem bigger in Texas, that definitely goes for Dallas, the state's top visitor destination, encompassing 384 square miles of rolling prairie, with native cottonwood, pecan and oak trees lining Trinity River and feeder creeks. Colorful Dallas has an eventful past. In 1839, Tennessee lawyer John Neely Bryan passed through spotting trading post potential, returning in 1841 to claim 640 acres, sketch out a town with a courthouse square and 20 streets. A "can-do" spirit brought railroads in the 1870s, the Federal Reserve Bank in 1914, Southern Methodist University in 1915, Dallas Love Field Airport in 1927, and the Texas Centennial Exposition in 1936. In 1930, C.M. "Dad" Joiner struck oil 100 miles east, and although Dallas County has never had a working oil well, its role as a drilling industry hub has been as good as gold. 

The lowest ebb in Dallas history came Nov. 22, 1963, with assassination of President John F. Kennedy on a downtown street. Yet that decade also brought beginnings of fame for the Dallas Cowboys and entrepreneurs from the Reform Party's Ross Perot to Mary Kay Ash, the pink Cadillac cosmetic queen. The State Fair of Texas has opened annually at the same location in Dallas' Fair Park since 1886. The McKinney Avenue Trolley, operating daily, is the largest volunteer-run trolley system in the world. The largest model train display in America is in the Dallas Children's Medical Center lobby. The Dallas Arboretum features the largest public selection of azaleas in the U.S. At the Dallas Convention Center, the world's largest bronze monument has more than 40 larger-than-life longhorns, horses and cowboys. With 69 million square feet, the Dallas Market center is the world's largest wholesale merchandise mart. 
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The detail conference venue information will be available about two weeks before the opening of the conference.
First settled in the 1840s, by the end of the 19th century Dallas had grown to be a booming center of industry and trade thanks to the construction of railroads. In 1888, the Dallas Zoo opened and in the following decades, the first skyscraper and airport would be built. Later in the 20th century, Dallas would gain fame and notoriety as the home of Bonnie & Clyde, the birthplace of the integrated circuit and the site of President John F. Kennedy's assassination. The 1970s saw the construction of the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), as well as the premiere of the internationally popular television series Dallas. Today the city of Dallas, along with its suburbs and the nearby city of Fort Worth, constitute the fourth most populous metropolitan area in the United States. The city has a diverse, modern atmosphere and thriving economy. It is home to the third-largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies, five major league sports teams, an abundance of culinary options and an active arts scene. 
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