Call for Papers: Dynamics of Civil Structures


 
Lights, Camera, IMAC!
Rosen Plaza Hotel, Orlando, FL  |  February 10-13, 2025


ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE:
June 19
 

DESCRIPTION:

The Dynamics of Civil Structures Technical Division of the Society for Experimental Mechanics invites researchers to submit an abstract to present their work at IMAC XLIII to be held in Orlando, Florida from February 10-13, 2025. Sessions currently being organized by this technical division for IMAC XLIII are listed below with the session organizer(s). All abstracts involving experimental, computational, or analytical investigation of the dynamics of civil structures are encouraged, including topics outside of these specific sessions.

Dynamics of Bridges
Organized by Bjørn Svendsen (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

Dynamics of Buildings
Organized by Yiwen Dong (Stanford University)

Dynamics of Rail and Offshore Structures
Organized by Knut Andreas Kvåle (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

Structural Health Monitoring
Organized by Matthew Whelan (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)

Structural Vibration and Control
Organized by Scott Harvey (University of Oklahoma) and Nicholas Wierschem (University of Tennessee Knoxville)

Human Structure Interaction
Organized by Hae Young Noh (Stanford University)

Computer Vision for Civil Applications and SHM
Organized by Fernando Moreu (University of New Mexico)

Robotics and AI Applications for Structures
Organized by Fernando Moreu (University of New Mexico)

Real-Time Hybrid Simulation
Organized by Richard Christenson (University of Connecticut)

Best Student Paper Competition
Student authors are invited to submit their paper to be considered for the Best Student Paper Award. A student must be the lead author of the paper and the paper must be submitted to one of the sessions organized by the Dynamics of Civil Structures Technical Division. Papers are reviewed by a committee formed by members of the technical division without paper under consideration for the award. The best student paper recipient will be recognized at the conference Awards Luncheon.