Continuum Physics and Engineering Applications (CPEA'10)
Venue: Rackeve (Budapest)
|Event Date/Time: May 29, 2010||End Date/Time: Jun 07, 2010|
|Abstract Submission Date: Mar 15, 2010|
The AIM is to give a comprehensive introduction and outlook to the most important directions of modern continuum physics including the theoretical foundations and their applications. This will be an additional possibility to discuss current research activities, to get more acquainted with one another, and to find the areas of possible collaboration (to find a tutor or/and a student) in future. The conference and the school are connected events that can be attended separately.
The scientific programme of the CONFERENCE will consists of invited lectures and contributions of researches of continuum physics including theory, experiments and computer simulations chosen by the International Organizing Committee. Some lectures (chosen by IOC) of the conference will be explained in more detail at the school. There is a certain possibility to publish the texts of the talks later either in the Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences, or in the International Journal of Aerospace Engineering after a usual refereeing procedure.
The scientific programme of the SCHOOL includes lectures on the different theories of continuum physics in general and, in particular, lectures on extended thermodynamics, multifield theories, gradient models, etc. including their applications (e.g. in damage mechanics, plasticity, rheology, heat conduction and thermo-hygro-mechanics). The morning lectures will be followed by afternoon exercises to work on the studied material. Written lecture notes will be prepared.
THE PLACE chosen for the Conference is RÃ¡ckeve, about 30 km down from Budapest on the shore of the Danube river. The accommodation, meals and lectures are planned in the rebuilt Savoya Palace.
The official LANGUAGE of the School and the Conference will be English.
SOCIAL PROGRAMMES will be organized. The planned programme consists of Budapest and Szentendre sightseeing, a "Puszta" visit, the visit of a medieval church and a farmer market, a concert on classic music, folklore programme on the welcome banquet.
The tentative FEEs are:
School: 330 Euro + 330 Euro (registration + accommodation)
Conference: 330 Euro + 330 Euro
School+Conf.: 600 Euro + 600 Euro
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE (IOC): W. Muschik - chairman, K. Santaoja, A.Szekeres, P. VÃ¡n, R. Talreja, Ch. Papenfuss
LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE (LOC): G.StÃ©pÃ¡n - honorary chairman, A.Szekeres and P. VÃ¡n - executive chairmen, J. VerhÃ¡s, P. BÃ©da, T.FÃ¼lÃ¶p
ORGANIZED BY THE HAS-BUT Research Group for Dynamics of Machines and Vehicles, Department of Applied Mechanics, BUT, Society for the Unity of Science and Technology, Hungary and Montavid Thermodynamic Research Group, Hungary.
SUPPORTED BY THE Budapest University of Technology and Economics and Institute of Cybernetics at Tallinn Technical University.
Everybody interested to attend the conference or/and to receive the 2nd Announcement giving detailed information are welcome as early as possible to give his/her name and address to
AndrÃ¡s Szekeres, and Peter VÃ¡n, LOC CPEA
Dept. Applied Mechanics, TU Budapest
H-1521 Budapest, Hungary
Phone: (36 1) 463 1231
Fax: (36 1) 463 3471