International Conference on Mechanics of Complex Solids and Fluids
ICMCSF’s (International Conference on Mechanics of Complex Solids and Fluids) objective is to offer a platform for researchers, engineers and industrials to meet and discuss recent research challenges on methods to characterize and model mechanical behavior of materials, both in fluid and in solid state, and structures.
The objective is also to promote the transfer of knowledge between different disciplines that focus on the mechanics of complex solids and fluids, often from different viewpoints. ICMCSF will provide an excellent opportunity for scientists belonging to different communities (solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, rheology, materials engineering, etc.) to interact, engender new ideas and propose solutions for current cutting-edge technological problems.
Contributions dealing with theoretical, computational and/or experimental approaches at macroscopic and microscopic scales are welcome.
Conference TopicsContributions will address issues along the general topics, including but not limited to the following:
- Time-dependent mechanics
- Coupled mechanics
- Multi-scale modeling
- Damage, fracture and fatigue
- Instrumentation and measurements at macro-scale
- Nano and micro-scale experiments
Event Type: Conference
Location: Lille France
Date: May 17, 2015