NMM 2020 Nano & Macro Mechanics
The 11th conference Nano & Macro Mechanics was held in Prague, in September 17, 2020.
The main objective of the conference is to bring together researchers, students and engineers devoting their work to computing and experimental mechanics in different areas of engineering applications on a common platform.
The conference key topics were following:
- Testing of building materials at the nano and macro levels.
- Destructive and non-destructive methods for determining the mechanical properties of buildings materials.
- Relationships between material parameters at nano and macro level.
- Computational and experimental dynamics and mechanics.
- Material research for steel, buildings materials, glass, woods, textiles and comosites.
- Analyses of construction.
- Computational methods for analyses of constructions.
Local organizing comittee:
Tereza Plaček - Otcovská
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