UKACM 2022 Conference

The University of Nottingham, 20-22 April 2022

The Department of Civil Engineering and School of Mathematical Sciences of University of Nottingham are proud to host the 2022 Annual Conference of the UK Association for Computational Mechanics from 20th to 22nd of April 2022.

The conference provides a forum to present recent advances in computational mechanics (solid and structural mechanics, fluid mechanics, computational fluid dynamics, gas, bioengineering, geomechanics, electromagnetics, multi-physics, mesh generation, etc) with a particular emphasis on interdisciplinary aspects.

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Deadline: 31st December 2021.

Instructions for the abstract submission can be found here

Special Issue of UKACM 2022 in Engineering with Computers journal

Information about the UKACM 2022 EWCO SI can be found here


Deadline: March 2022

Research students: £250*

Standard delegates: £350

Please register through the University of Nottingham online store.

Conference venue information: Information for Participants

Plenary lectures at the conference will be delivered by the following distinguished researchers:

Prof. Dr.ir. Dr.h.c. René de Borst, University of Sheffield

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefanie Elgeti, Vienna University of Technology

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dominik Schillinger, Leibniz Universität Hannover

Dr Emilio Martinez-Paneda, Imperial College London

Sponsors

The conference is supported by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA), London Mathematical Society (LMS) and by the Engineering with Computers (EWCO).

  • Publishes original papers and authoritative state-of-the-art reviews on the technologies supporting simulation-based engineering

  • Focuses on the development of new computing methods, algorithms and workflows, addressing significant computational challenges

  • Emphasizes technologies that support a wide range of engineering applications

  • Welcomes novel cutting-edge research and algorithm-based software development