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23rd European Conference on Fracture – ECF23

27 June 2020 to 3 July 2020
Deadline for abstracts: 1 February 2020
Funchal, Madeira, Portugal map
ECF23 focus will be twofold, on dynamical aspects of Structural Integrity and the largely unobserved realm of Integrity loss under dynamical loads as well as the developments of the monitoring technical aspects and their pitfalls as dynamics particularities take precedence over the phenomena we have come to know so well.

Aim and Topics The conference topics include but are not limited to:

Analytical, computational and physical models
Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Digitalization in Fracture and Fatigue
Computational Mechanics
Concrete & Rocks
Damage Mechanics
Environmentally Assisted Fracture;
Experimental Mechanics
Failure Analysis and Case Studies
Fatigue Crack Growth
Fractography and Advanced metallography
Fracture and fatigue testing systems
Fracture and fatigue of additively manufactured materials or structures
Fracture and fatigue problems in regenerative energy systems (wind turbines, solar cells, fuel cells,…)
Fracture under Mixed-Mode and Multiaxial Loading
Functional Graded Materials
Hydrogen embrittlement
Image analysis techniques Impact & Dynamics
Innovative Alloys
Joints and Coatings
Linear and Nonlinear Fracture Mechanics
Mesomechanics of Fracture
Micromechanisms of Fracture and Fatigue
Multi-physics and multi-scale modelling of cracking in heterogeneous materials
Non-destructive inspection
Probabilistic Fracture Mechanics
Reliability and Life Extension of Components
Repair and retrofitting: modelling and practical applications;
Smart Materials;
Structural Integrity
Temperature Effects
Thin Films

14th World Congress in Computational Mechanics and ECCOMAS Congress 2020

19 July 2020 to 24 July 2020
Deadline for abstracts: 15 December 2019
Paris, France map
The joint 14th World Congress in Computational Mechanics and ECCOMAS Congress is expected to be one of the largest computational mechanics and applied mathematics events ever organized with an expected participation from all parts of the globe, representing multiple sectors, academia, industry and government institutions.

Through the organization of minisymposia, it will both cover the latest developments in all aspects of computational mechanics, computational fluid dynamics and applied mathematics in conjunction with industrial needs as well as emerging ones. This congress shall fully engage computational mechanics in the XXI century.