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CIMNE congresses bring together about 1,000 experts in the first half of 2019

Published: 19/06/2019

CIMNE Congress Bureau has reached the end of the first half of 2019 with a balance of five congresses organized in Europe. Marine 2019, the 8th International Conference on Computational Methods in Marine Engineering, premiered the season, bringing together about 200 attendees in Göteborg (Sweden) for three days (from 13-15 May). The congress became a meeting point for developing computational methods and scientists and engineers focusing on challenging applications in marine engineering.

ADMOS 2019 held its 9th edition in El Capello (Alicante, Spain), from 27 to 29 May. The International Conference on Adaptive Modeling and Simulation gathered more than a hundred experts on the problem of properly assessing and controlling the quality of the numerical solutions.

The coastal city of Sitges (Barcelona) hosted, from 3 to 5 June 2019, the 8th edition of Coupled Problems, an international conference on coupled problems in science engineering. The congress, which presented and discussed state of the art, mathematical models, numerical methods and computational techniques for solving coupling problems of multidisciplinary character in science and engineering, brought together some 400 international experts.

All these three first conferences have been both supported by ECCOMAS and IACM, among other institutions and universities.

EMUS, the conference on Multifunctional Structures, took place in Barcelona on 11-12 June 2019. This conference is as part of the EU H2020 ACASIAS project and was supported by ECO-COMPASS Multifunctional Structures experts. It was attended by 40 experts.

The International Conference on Computational Modeling and Failure of Materials and Structures, CFRAC, closed the semester of conferences organized by CIMNE Congress Bureau. This congress, held from 12 to 14 June 2019, reached to its 6th edition in Braunschweig (Germany). This ECCOMAS Thematic Conference was attended by some 250 experts. The aim was to gather academic researchers and industrial partners involved in development and application of numerical procedures for fracture and failure simulation of materials and structures, in an effort to facilitate the exchange of ideas in topics of mutual interest and to serve as a platform for establishing links among research groups in Europe and worldwide.

In total, some 1000 experts have participated in the congresses organized by CIMNE in the first half of the year. In addition, nine more specialized events are scheduled for the second semester of 2019, which will take place in different parts of the European geography (Paris, Munich, Pavia and Barcelona).

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