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Keynote Speakers Confirmed for Fatigue 2007

Fatigue 2007 - The 6th Engineering Integrity Society International Conference on Durability and Fatigue

26-28 March 2007

Queens’ College, Cambridge, UK

The Engineering Integrity Society’s 6th International Conference on Fatigue: Fatigue and Durability Assessment of Materials, Components and Structures has confirmation of keynote speakers with abstracts received from twenty countries.

“We are delighted with the quality and range of the abstracts received so far; we are putting together an exciting programme of speakers from around the world with authors working and studying in wide ranging sectors of industry and academia. This promises to be our most successful and expansive fatigue conference yet,” said convenor, Martin Bache.

“Fatigue 2007 will offer a first class opportunity to present and hear the latest research and practice in fatigue on a world stage.”

An intensive programme of oral and poster presentations is planned to cover the three-day event and plenary speakers so far scheduled are: Prof Paul Bowen, (University of Birmingham, UK), Prof Jean-Louis Chaboche (ONERA, France) and Prof Gregorz Glinka (University of Waterloo, Canada).

Abstracts for presentations have been received from the aerospace, marine, land based transport, manufacturing and materials processing sectors, together with academia and commercial testing practitioners.

The conference is sponsored by Instron, Safe Technology, TWI and nCode International and co-sponsored by Institute of Physics, IMechE and Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining.

Visit or email for further information, abstract formatting or information on sponsorship opportunities.

The Engineering Integrity Society is a UK based organisation promoting the academic and social advancement of engineering. These aims are achieved through regular technical seminars, conferences and meetings to review current engineering practice within the academic and industrial environment.

Conference Secretariat:
Catherine Pinder,
Engineering Integrity Society
5 Wentworth Avenue
Sheffield, S11 9QX, UK
Telephone: +44 (0)114 262 1155
Fax: +44 (0)114 262 1120

Media Enquiries to Wendy Vaughan:


Date: May 11, 2006