The Conference will focus on recent developments in the field of Computational Mechanics through a combination of keynote lectures and paper and poster sessions. Researchers from areas closely related to Computational Mechanics such as Scientific Computing and Applied Mathematics are encourage to participate in this conference.

Papers are solicited under specific subthemes including, but not limited to, the following:

Artificial Intelligence Biomechanics Boundary Elements
Composites Computational Plasticity Contact Mechanics
Damage Mechanics Data Mining Domain Decomposition
Discontinuous Galerkin Discrete Element Method Error Analysis & Adaptivity
Finite Deformation Mechanics Finite Elements Finite Volumes
Fluid Mechanics Fluid-Structure Interaction Fracture & Failure Mechanics
Geomechanics Infrastructure Modelling Instability Analysis
Large Scale Linear Algebra Material Modelling Meshing Techniques
Meshless Methods Multiscale Bridging Multiphysics
Optics and photonics Optimisation Particle-based Methods
PDE & SPDE Solutions Phase Field Mechanics Solid Mechanics
Structural Control Structural Dynamics Turbulence Simulation
Thermodynamics Validation & Verification Wave Propagation