Deadline for abstract submission:
[ extended to 31 January, 2010 ]


Notice of abstract acceptance:
[ 28 February, 2010 ]


Deadline for 4 page length full paper:
[31 March, 2010 ]

Notice of full paper acceptance:
[ 15 April, 2010 ]
Call For Paper
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AIM
The main objective of Mesomechanics 2010 is to provide a comprehensive global forum for academics to present their discoveries and findings in mechanics. It aims to encourage the link of length scales in mechanics research, as the complexity of nature dictates. It provides a forum emphasizing the importance of both theoretical and applied approaches with the aim of improving the knowledge base in mechanics.

SCOPE
1. Atomistic modelling
2. Nanomechanics
3. Continuum mechanics
4. Micromechanics
5. Thin films
6. Residual and thermal stresses
7. Small and large bodies
8. Local and global material property characteristics
9. Active and passive control in high temperature structures
10. Elasticity and plasticity
11. Constitutive modelling and phenomenology
12. Viscoelasticity and viscoplasticity
13. Experimental mechanics
14. Fracture mechanics
15. Self-adaptive capability to environment
16. Effects of environments on structures and materials
17. Interfacial failure of composite materials and structures

TIME AND PLACE
The 12th International Congress on Mesomechanics will take place at National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST) in Taipei, Taiwan, from June 21 to 25, 2010. Abstracts are now being sought for sessions which will be organized to cover most areas of mesomechanics.

PAPER SUBMISSION
Participants who wish to contribute a paper are requested to submit their abstracts (about 500 words), with 4 or 5 keywords and the session proposal before 15 December, 2010.

Paper Submission

SCHEDULE
Deadline for abstract submission: 15 December, 2009
Notice of abstract acceptance: 28 February, 2010
Deadline for 4 page length full paper: 15 March, 2010
Notice of full paper acceptance: 15 April, 2010

FURTHER INFORMATION
Inquiries regarding the program should be directed to:
Dr Ming-Jyh Chern,
Department of Mechanical Engineering
National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
43 Keelung Road Section 4, Taipei, 10607 TAIWAN
Email:mjchern@mail.ntust.edu.tw
TEL:+886 -2 -27376496

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