AES-ATEMA 2009 (Hamburg) International Conference: Advances and Trends in Engineering Materials and  (AES-ATEMA' 2009 (Ham)

Venue: “Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten”

Location: Hamburg, Germany

Event Date/Time: Sep 01, 2009 End Date/Time: Sep 10, 2009
Registration Date: Sep 04, 2009
Early Registration Date: Mar 01, 2009
Abstract Submission Date: Mar 01, 2009
Paper Submission Date: May 01, 2009
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Conference main topics:
Contributions, mini-symposia and expositions are welcome in the following and related areas:
• Advances and trends in engineering materials
• Materials and engineering design
• Mechanics of materials and devices
• Materials performance, processing and modeling
• Nano- and microtechnology
• Surfaces and interfacial sciences
• Advances in molecular dynamics
• Fibers
• Joining of advanced materials (including numerical modeling, simulation and processes)
• Advanced composite and aerospace materials
• Hybrid materials and systems
• Intelligent materials, adaptive structures and their applications
• Piezoceramics
• Mass diffusion and phase transition
• Smart micro- and nanoelectronic devices and systems
• Electronic and computational materials
• Films and membranes
• Electronic and computational materials
• Environment and security observation using advanced engineering materials
• Damping of engineering structures
• Viscous damping and contemporary architecture
• Fuel cells
• Biomedical materials and their applications
• Biomedical systems and devices
• Biodegradability, compostability and life cycle assessments
• Static, quasi-static and dynamic behavior
• Inhomogeneous and discrete systems
• Micro- , meso- and macromechanics
• Alloys
• Ceramics and nonmetallic materials
• Semiconductors
• Structural mechanics
• Materials under severe loading conditions
• Wear and wear resistance
• Powder Metallurgy
• Paints and derivatives: Characteristics and response behavior
• Mechanical and physical characterization
• Advances in fracture and damage mechanics
• Tomography
• Numerical methods, including modeling, optimization, simulation, etc. of the response behavior
• Experimental testing methods for the determination of the mechanical and physical characteristics of industrial materials
• Nondestructive testing
• Performance stability
• Reliability and security of structures through the application of advanced industrial materials
• Maintainability and health monitoring
• Pattern recognition and classification methodology as applied to engineering materials and structures
• Fabrication and manufacturing of advanced engineering materials
• Renewable materials and recycling
• Interdisciplinary topics related to advanced industrial materials and their applications
• Other related topics


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Additional Information

Willkommen in Hamburg! AES-ATEMA’ 2009 (Hamburg) is planned* to take place in the magnificent Fairmont Hotel in the heart of downtown Hamburg, Germany. “Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten” Neuer Jungfernstieg 9-14 20354 Hamburg, Germany +49 40 3494-0 After the remarkable success of both preceding AES-ATEMA’ 2007(Montréal, Canada) and AES-ATEMA’ 2008 (Cesena, Italy), AES-ATEMA’ 2009 (Hamburg) is planned to take place in the magnificent “Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten”, in the heart of downtown Hamburg, Germany. “Hamburg is Germany's second-largest city. Its grand merchants' houses and magnificent promenades, international musicals, shopping malls and St. Pauli district give Hamburg a cosmopolitan feel. A touch of the exotic clings to the warehouse district and the city's trademark canals. With its many parks and gardens, Hamburg is also Germany's greenest city. Hamburg has more than 50 museums offering an informative, fun and educational experience, from the Museum of Art and Craft to special exhibitions in the Bucerius Art Forum to the miniature railway wonderland in the warehouse district. From Ernst Barlach House to the Hamburg Dungeon, there is no limit to art in Hamburg”. For all additional informations, please contact of the Conference Co-chairs: Prof. Dr. Y. M. Haddad*, P. Eng. DFG Mercator Professor, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany. *Professor of Mechanical Engineering University of Ottawa Ottawa, Canada K1N 6N5 and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wilfried Becker Co-chair Mechanical Engineering Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany