The mini-symposium will cover recent developments and state-of-the-art in theoretical, computational, experimental and practical aspects of Structural Health Monitoring with applications to broadly defined structural systems encountered in the civil, geotechnical, transportation, earthquake, wind, marine, mechanical, aerospace and related engineering fields, such as bridges, buildings, dams, towers, wind turbines, offshore and subsea structures, pipelines, foundations, geotechnical structures, railway tracks, road pavements, composite structures, machinery, aircraft, spacecraft, and others.
If you would like to take part in this Mini–Symposium, you are invited to submit online your one–page abstract by October 17th, 2022. The abstract must be submitted through the conference website and identified as intended for the Mini–Symposium during submission.
The abstracts submitted to the EURODYN Mini–Symposium will be reviewed and authors will be informed of the abstract acceptance by November 14th 2022. The full papers will be due by January 21st 2023.
More information on abstract submission can be found on: Abstract Submission Guide (dryfta.com).
We would appreciate if you could forward this information to those who may also be interested in the conference and in the Mini–Symposium.
We look forward to hearing from you soon and to meet you in Delft at EURODYN 2023.