The ISDMM Symposium is intended to bring together researchers in the area of the mechanics of defects (cracks, dislocations, inclusions, precipitates, phases boundaries, etc ...), as well as the mechanics of enriched or generalized continua (micromorphic, second-gradient, couple stress, etc ...), seen as a rational frameworks for the description of the effects of evolving heterogeneities and structural changes occuring at lower scales in macroscopically homogeneous continua.
The abstracts submission for the ISDMM 2017 is now open on the symposium website : http://inl.cnrs.fr/isdmm2017
Deadline for abstract submission : April 15th, 2017
Dr. Christoph Kirchlechner has been awarded the DFG’s Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Prize, the most important award for early career researchers in Germany.
Congratulations to him (herzlichsten Glückwünsche).
There are a couple places left at the Quantitative Electron Microscopy school, that will be held in Sète, from May 22nd, to June 2nd, 2017.
If interested, please contact : email@example.com
More information here : https://qem2017.sciencesconf.org/
By popular demand, and to cope with a developing tradition in our communities*, the deadline for abstract submission to the
GDRi MECANO General Meeting 2017, to take place in Toulouse May 10-12 2017
is pushed to March 24th. And will not be pushed further.
The program of the workshop will be posted online on March 29th, 2017
Thank you to all of you who already provided a contribution.
*Is it bad, is it good? We may discuss this around a glass of Tariquet, in Toulouse.
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