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The third International Symposium on Computational Mechanics (ISCM III) in conjunction with the second symposium on Computational Structural Engineering (CSE II) will be held in National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan during December 5-7, 2011. Taipei city is well known for its friendly environment for foreigner visitors http://eng.taiwan.net.tw ).
 
The organization team would like to welcome all the scholars worldwide working on computational mechanics to exchange breakthrough and ideas on the latest research.
 
 
The objectives of ISCM III-CSE II are to discuss the latest development and application of computational methods in all aspects of engineering and science with a special emphasis on mechanics. Plenary lectures, minisymposia, and special sessions that highlight the latest trends are planned.
 

 

The International Symposium on Computational Mechanics (ISCM) and its association, The International Chinese Association for Computational Mechanics (ICACM), were initiated by Prof. Mingwu Yuan. The first ISCM was held in Beijing in 2007. Following the successful first ISCM, the ICACM board decided to hold the ISCM every two years. The second ISCM was held in Hong Kong and Macau in 2009. The third ISCM will be held in Taipei in 2011. The aim of the ISCM is to bring together scientists in the mechanics community to exchange the latest ideas of researches through this symposium.
 

 

The first International Symposium on Computational Structural Engineering was held in Shanghai in 2009, organized by the Institute of Underground Engineering , Tongji University , and the Institute for Mechanics of Materials and Structures, Vienna University of Technology, abbreviated as CSE 09. CSE II aims to provide a forum for scientists, developers, and engineers to review novel research findings, to assess the suitability of new models, and to evaluate the robustness of advanced computational methods for investigation of the life-cycle of a structure.
 
 
 
 
 

 

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