Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference 2021 and Probabilistic Mechanics & Reliability Conference 2021 (EMI 2021/PMC

Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference 2021 and Probabilistic Mechanics & Reliability Conference 2021 (EMI 2021/PMC

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The Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference 2021 and Probabilistic Mechanics & Reliability Conference 2021 (EMI 2021/PMC 2021) will provide a forum where the fundamental advances in engineering mechanics will be on display.

The conferences aim to bring together scholars from around the world to exchange and disseminate the most recent developments in engineering mechanics and probabilistic methods across wide-ranging fields related to the discipline of Civil Engineering understood in the broadest sense, including industry applications of engineering mechanics. Indicative scientific topics include Probabilistic Mechanics, Structural Health Monitoring, Computational Mechanics, Multiscale and Multiphysics, Geomechanics and Geomaterials, Biomechanics and Bio-inspired Engineering, Fluid Mechanics, Damage and Fracture Mechanics, and Mechanics of Materials and Material Science.

Due to the ongoing situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, EMI 2021 / PMC 2021 will be held virtually only, May 25-28, 2021.  Details of the virtual format and registration fees will be posted in the upcoming days.

Abstracts and mini-symposia that were approved for EMI 2020 / PMC 2020 will remain the same (unless informed otherwise). We will also be accepting new mini-symposium proposals until January 15 and new abstracts until January 31. View the Call for Abstracts page and Mini-Symposia page for important details.

Shiho Kawashima, Columbia University
Ioannis A. Kougioumtzoglou, Columbia University
Steve Waiching Sun, Columbia University
Haim Waisman, Columbia University
Elisabeth Malsch, Thornton Tomasetti
George Deodatis, Columbia University

Why Attend

  1. Present your work and learn about the latest findings in the field.
  2. Network with leaders in the engineering mechanics community.
  3. Exchange ideas with thought leaders and establish professional relationships to advance your research and career.

About the Engineering Mechanics Institute

The Engineering Mechanics Institute (EMI) was created on October 1, 2007 to serve the engineering community through the development and application of engineering mechanics by anticipating and adapting to new challenges that will face tomorrow's engineers, and to provide a home not only for those involved in the traditional disciplines but also for those involved with emerging areas of mechanics.

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