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6th International Conference on Material Modelling

26 June 2019 to 28 June 2019
Deadline for abstracts: 15 February 2019
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Main Topics
∙ Linear elasticity and viscoelasticity
∙ Nonlinear elasticity
∙ Plasticity and viscoplasticity
∙ Experimental identification and material characterization
∙ Cosserat, micromorphic and gradient materials
∙ Atomistic/continuum transition on nanoscale
∙ Optimization and inverse problems in multiscale modelling
∙ Granular materials and particle systems
∙ Biomechanics and biomaterials
∙ Electronic materials
∙ Heterogeneous materials
∙ Coupled field problems
∙ Creep, damage and fatigue
∙ Numerical aspects of material modelling

13th International Conference on Damage Assessment of Structures DAMAS 2019

9 July 2019 to 10 July 2019
Deadline for abstracts: 12 January 2019
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Conference Topics
Damage assessment (localisation and quantification)
Advanced NDT methods
Recent advances in signal processing and algorithms
Structural integrity
Damage mechanisms
Fatigue damage
Sensor measurements strategies
Smart materials and structures
Knowledge-based systems
Condition monitoring
Biomedical damage detection and analysis
Monitoring of Renewable Energy Systems
Case studies

International Conference on Stents Materials, Mechanics and Manufacturing ICS3M 2019

15 July 2019 to 17 July 2019
Deadline for abstracts: 15 January 2019
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The topics of the Conference include, but are not limited to, the following:
Metallic and polymeric materials for stents;
Mechanical properties of stents;
Development of biodegradable stents;
Modelling and simulations of stent deformation;
Stent design;
Stent manufacturing;
Stent failure and fracture;
In-vitro and in-vivo studies;
Biocompatibility of stents;
Stent-vessel interaction;
Fluid-solid interaction;
In-stent restenosis;
Biological and clinical issues related to stents;
Stent deployment and delivery;
Medical-imaging-based assessment.

29th International Workshop on Computational Mechanics of Materials (IWCMM29)

15 September 2019 to 18 September 2019
Deadline for abstracts: 15 June 2019
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The objective of the 29th International Workshop on Computational Mechanics of Materials is to bring together researchers and specialists from academia, industry and government from all over the world to discuss latest advancements and new trends in various areas related to computational mechanics of materials. The workshop is intended to cover all aspects of modelling, simulations and analyses of the mechanical behaviour at different length and time scales. It will provide a platform for discussion of deformation, fatigue and fracture mechanisms under different loading and environmental conditions. The materials of interest range from traditional materials such as metals, alloys, polymers and composites to advanced materials and bio-materials. Plenary lectures, mini-symposia with keynote lectures and regular presentations will be the workshop highlights.

2nd CIRP Conference on Composite Material Parts Manufacturing

10 October 2019 to 11 October 2019
Deadline for abstracts: 31 January 2019
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The scientific program will cover formal sessions devoted but not limited to:
Design & Lifecycle:
Composite recycling and sustainability; Part design technology – structural reliability; Composite characterisation methods; Smart structure design – multi-functional composites; Part modelling, fibre matrix interaction; Multi-functional composite parts; Structural analysis and optimisation; Lightweighting
Part Generation:
Manufacturing technologies; Preforming and handling technology; Automation and digital twin; Quality control and process monitoring; Manufacturing process optimisation; Integrated composite structures; 3D composite manufacturing
Part Finishing & Assembly:
Post processing technology; Part finishing technology; Finishing and assembly structural monitoring; Joining technology; Digital assembly; Part machining quality management; NDT and in-process inspection of composites; Machinability; Non-conventional machining; Modelling of post processing