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10th International Conference on Modern Practice in Stress and Vibration Analysis MPSVA 2022

12 July 2022 to 14 July 2022
Deadline for abstracts: 18 May 2022
St Anne's College, Oxford map
The aim of the conference is to bring together physicists, mathematicians, materials scientists, and engineers from academia and industry, and to provide a platform for the presentation of creative and novel research findings facilitating an interchange of ideas and providing guidance for future research direction. The scope of the conference is broad and covers the full range of fundamental, experimental and applied research in stress and vibration analysis, such as:

materials characterisation
measuring and modelling residual stresses
damage assessment
monitoring and control
multi-functional and smart structures
multi-scale analyses
damping materials
mechanics of advanced materials under vibro-impact loading
sensor development
full-field optical systems for experimental analysis
development and application of modal analysis
inverse methods
advances in the finite element and boundary element methods.

15th World Congress on Computational Mechanics & 8th Asian Pacific Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM-APCOM 2022)

31 July 2022 to 5 August 2022
Deadline for abstracts: 15 November 2021
Yokohama, Japan map
WCCM is expected to be one of the largest congresses on Computational Mechanics, with an expected participation from all parts of engineering and science, including academia, government and industry. Computational Mechanics has become a major scientific discipline, underpinning the current advanced engineering and scientific problems. The congress provides a further opportunity to find "Pursuing the Infinite Potential of Computational Mechanics," by adding new topics such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, safety and environmental problems, disaster prevention and mitigation, energy and resource engineering, verification & validation, industrial applications and so on.

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7th International Conference on Material Modelling ICMM7

29 November 2022 to 1 December 2022
Deadline for abstracts: 15 June 2022
Breakwater Campus of the University of Cape Town, South Africa map
ICMM7 Secretariat
Linear elasticity and viscoelasticity
Nonlinear elasticity
Plasticity and viscoplasticity
Experimental identification and material characterization
Micropolar, micromorphic and gradient materials
Atomistic/continuum transition on nanoscale
Optimization and inverse problems in multiscale modelling
Granular materials and particle systems
Biomechanics and biomaterials
Multi-physic material models
Heterogeneous materials
Coupled field problems
Creep, damage and fatigue
Numerical aspects of material modelling
Metamodeling of materials

29th International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering and Sciences (ICCES2023)

2 May 2023 to 5 May 2023
Deadline for abstracts: 5 December 2022
Shenzhen, China map
ICCES is primarily geared towards strengthening ties and encourage interaction between highly talented individuals in engineering, life sciences, and the physical sciences, and to promote research at their interfaces, so that the fast-paced developments in these disciplines can be quickly translated in to engines for global economic growth.

Symposium 19. Mechanics of Biomedical Materials and Devices
The aim of this Symposium is to bring together specialists in mechanics and micromechanics of materials, applied mathematics, continuum mechanics, materials science, physics, biomechanics and medical engineering to discuss the latest developments and trends in analysis of deformation, damage and fracture processes as well as mechanical properties and performance of biomedical materials and devices using experimental testing, microstructural characterisation and numerical simulations. The topics of the Symposium include, but are not limited to, the following:

- Experimental and computational analysis of biomedical materials and devices (orthopaedic, dental, cardiovascular, etc.);
- Bio-inspired and biomimetic materials and structures;
- Mechanical properties and performance of biomedical materials in vivo;
- Mechanics of 3d-printed biomedical components and structures;
- Mechanical characterisation of artificial tissues and scaffolds;
- Mechanics of cells;
- Fracture mechanics of biological tissues;
- Damage in hard and soft biotissues;
- Fatigue, creep and biodegradation of biomedical materials;
- Responses of biological tissues and biomedical materials to dynamic loading;
- Structural integrity of prostheses.