ICTAM 2020

8. Juli 2019

ICTAM 2020: Minisymposium on Nonlinear Dynamics for Design

We invite you to contribute to the Minisymposium on Nonlinear Dynamics for Design, being part of the 25th International Congress of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (ICTAM2020) which will be held in Milano, Italy, August 23-28, 2020

We will give you some more detailed information:

Abstract submission & Registration opening: October 1, 2019
Abstract submission closing: January 10, 2020
Early bird Registration deadline: April 30, 2020
Regular Registration deadline: June 30, 2020
Late & On-site Registration: from July 1, 2020

The Congress Committee has chosen a selection of topics, covering a broad field of Mechanics, to be the subjects of Minisymposia and Thematic Sessions.

Six Minisymposia are planned at ICTAM2020. They are very important for ICTAM as they highlight current areas of research that are of significant interest to the IUTAM community. In addition, they bring a degree of focus and thematic emphasis to the Congress and are an opportunity to explore a topical research area in depth.

We have been asked to co-chair and organize the

Minisymposium on Nonlinear Dynamics for Design,

which aims to bridge the gap between Nonlinear Dynamics and application as well as design problems. We encourage authors to submit papers which make such an endeavor, either through combining nonlinear dynamics with computational techniques, control theoretical concepts or applying nonlinear dynamics on specific problems:

  • computational nonlinear dynamics
  • control theory in combination with nonlinear dynamics
  • exploiting nonlinear dynamics for engineering systems
  • nonlinear dynamics of MEMS and NEMS
  • nonlinear dynamics of drilling systems
  • nonlinear vibration problems in turbomachinery
  • dynamic vibration absorbers and nonlinear energy sinks (NES)
  • vibro-impact absorbers
  • energy harvesting systems
  • thermoacoustic instabilities
  • active vibration damping of buildings
  • nonlinear dynamics of automotive systems, including brake squeal, shimmy and gear rattling

Detailed information on the submission process, will we be soon available on the Congress website.

The Minisymposium Co-chairs

Stefano Lenci
Polytechnic University of Marche
Ancona, Italy


Remco Leine
University of Stuttgart
Stuttgart, Germany


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