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Under the auspices of the Indian Association for Computational Mechanics (IndACM), ICCMS is organized biennially. The Association was founded on 1st January 2000 and has about 200 life members. The 6th ICCMS was held at Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. Computational Mechanics, being an interdisciplinary domain of mechanics, involving mathematical models of physical real-life problems and their solutions, the congress is typically attended by delegates with background in civil engineering, mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, materials engineering/science, physics, mathematics and other disciplines.

Paper Submission

Submit Your Abstract (Closed)


Submit Full-Length Paper and Extended Abstract

Submission Deadline: Closed


Review Status of Full Length Papers

Accepted Abstracts


General Information

1. Communicating authors of the Accepted Abstracts will be notified through e-mail.
2. All accepted papers, after review by the peers, will be included in electronic proceedings of the ICCMS 2019. The electronic proceedings will be distributed amongst registered delegates of the ICCMS 2019.
3. Selected best 150 papers among all accepted papers for the ICCMS 2019, will be published by Springer. Please note that Springer will conduct independent quality checks on the recommended papers and only papers that pass these checks will be published.
4. At least one author of the paper to be included in the proceedings will have to register for the ICCMS 2019.

Guidelines for submitting Full-Length Paper & 2-Page Extended Abstract

1. Communicating authors of the Accepted Abstracts are required to submit Full-Length Paper and 2-Page Extended Abstract both.
2. Full-Length Paper & 2-Page Extended Abstract must be submitted in (i) Microsoft Word format (*.doc or *.docx) and Portable Document Format (*.pdf) or (ii) LaTex format (*.tex) and Portable Document Format (*.pdf)
3. Authors are essentially required to use one of the following templates for preparation of both the documents:



NOTE: These templates are prepared based on the templates provided by Springer. However, these are not intended for the preparation of the final page layout! The final layout will be created by Springer according to their standard layout specifications.

4. The individual size of any file should not exceed 10 MB.
5. The file containing 2-Page Extended Abstract must have exactly two pages.
6. There is no word limit or page limit for Full-Length Paper but preferably authors can keep around 10 pages.
7. Please DO NOT use any password in the two files for restriction on opening, editing or printing.
8. The images used in both the documents should be of high quality with (preferebly) 600dpi of resolution. The aspect ratio of graphs and images should be maintained as per the original.
9. Copyright materials (text, graphs, images etc.) should not be included in the documents without permission from copyright holders.
10. Authors are advised to strictly adhere to the format used in the above templates for preparation of both the documents.
11. LaTex users must create archive file in *.zip format for uploading containing LaTex files (*.tex), image files (*.jpg, *.png etc.) and other supporting files.

Speakers

* In no particular order *


Prof. Tarun Kant
Emeritus Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, India

Topic: Evolution of Macro-Mechanics of Laminated Composites
Prof. Perumal Nithiarasu
Professor and Head of the Zienkiewicz Centre, College of Engineering,
Swansea University, UK

Topic: An Early Warning System for Cardiovascular Diseases Through Computational Mechanics and Machine Learning
Prof. Gautam Biswas
Professor and JC Bose National Fellow, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India

Topic: Entrapment of Large Bubbles During Impact of Liquid Drops on Liquid Pool
Prof. Santosh Kapuria
Professor, Department of Applied Mechanics,
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India;
Director,
CSIR-Structural Engineering Research Centre, Chennai, India

Topic: An Efficient Facet Shell Element with Layerwise Mechanics for Smart Piezolaminated Shells featuring Delaminations
Prof. Gangadhara Prusty
Professor, School of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering
University of New South Wales, Australia

Topic: Towards The Development of Flexible Shape-Adaptive Blades Using High Performance Composite Materials
Prof. Narasimhan Ramarathinam
Professor & JC Bose National Fellow, Department of Mechanical Engineering,
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India

Topic: Fracture Behavior and Ductility Enhancement in Metallic Glasses: Perspectives from Finite Element Simulations
Prof. Tomonori Yamada
Associate Professor, Department of Systems Innnovation
University of Tokyo, Japan

Topic: A Fluid-Structure Interaction Analysis System with Partitioned Coupling Approach
Prof. Gopalakrishnan Srinivasan
Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India

Topic: Propagation of Elastic Waves in Non-Local Bars and Beams
Prof. K. Muralidhar
Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Kanpur, India

Topic: Dropwise Condensation of Vapor on Textured Surfaces
Prof. Gui Rong Liu
Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineerng Mecahnics
University of Cincinnati, USA

Topic: Computational Methods: Indispensable Tools for Engineering Analysis and Design
Prof. Debasish Roy
Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India

Topic: A Geometrically Inspired Model for Kirchhoff Shells with Cartan's Moving Frames
Prof. Nelson Lam
Professor, Department of Infrastructure Engineering
University of Melbourne, Australia

Topic: Earthquake Engineering in Areas Away from Tectonic Boundaries
Prof. Venkatesh Kodur
University Distinguished Professor and Director, SAFE-D Centre, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering,
Michigan State University, USA

Topic: Need for Computational Models for Simulating the Response of Concrete Structures Exposed to Fire
Prof. David Lange
Senior Lecturer, School of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology
The University of Queensland, Australia

Topic: Response of Novel High Rise Building Structures to Fire
Prof. Sanjay Mittal
Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India

Topic: Wings in Low Reynolds Number Flows: How Different are They from Flows at Large Re?
Prof. Sumit Basu
Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India

Topic: The Intricately Multi-Scale Nature of Failure in Glassy, Amorphous Polymers
Prof. Deepankar Choudhury
Institute Chair Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India

Topic: Application of Computational Geomechanics for Seismic Design of Foundation Systems- Theory and Practice
Prof. Vasant Matsagar
Dogra Chair Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India

Topic: Design with Engineered Composites for Explosive Containment Structure
Prof. T I Eldho
Institute Chair Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India

Topic: Simulation of Flow and Transport Process - Scope of Meshless Methods
Prof. Cristian Maluk Zedan
Senior Lecturer, School of Civil Engineering
The University of Queensland, Australia

Topic: Fire-Induced Concrete Spalling
Prof. Indra Vir Singh
Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India

Topic: Crack Growth Simulations of Engineering Problems using XFEM
Prof. S Pradyumna
Associate Professor, Department of Applied Mechanics
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India

Topic: Thermal Shock analysis of Functionally Graded Materials Structures
Prof. D Nagesh Kumar
Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India

Topic: Remote Sensing, GIS & DEM for Assessing Water Resources of a River Basin
Prof. B S Murty
Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India

Topic: Hydraulic Modeling of Ephemeral Channels for Water Resources Management in Arid and Semi-Arid Regions
Prof. Debiprosad Roy Mahapatra
Associate Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India

Topic: Modelling and Simulation of Advanced Composite Manufacturing Processses and Performances
Prof. Sudib Kumar Mishra
Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India

Topic: Bayesian Updating of Structural Model with a Conditionally Heteroscedastic Error Distribution
Prof. Debraj Ghosh
Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India

Topic: Uncertainty Quantification using Domain Decomposition and Parallel Computing
Prof. Puneet Kumar Patra
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India

Topic: Energy Transport in Low-Dimensional Systems Through Non-Equilibrium Dynamics
Prof. Amirtham Rajagopal
Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Hydrabad, India

Topic: Towards Nonlocal Approaches to Modeling Damage in Quasi Brittle Materials

Schedule

Congress Dates:

Wednesday, 11th – Friday, 13th December 2019

*Please Search using Unique Abstract ID*



Venue

Mandi is a small town at the center of Himachal Pradesh, on the way to the popular resorts of Kullu and Manali. The main campus of IIT Mandi is situated in Kamand vilage, which is 19 kilometers away from Mandi town.

Location

  Venue:

  Auditorium Complex, North Campus,
  IIT Mandi, Kamand Campus,
  VPO Kamand, Distt. Mandi, Himachal Pradesh,
  PIN - 175005, India.

Contact

Contact US:

For further details please contact:


Dr. Sandip Kumar Saha
,
School of Engineering,
Indian Institute of Technology Mandi,
VPO – Kamand, Mandi,
Himachal Pradesh, PIN – 175 005, India.


E-Mail: iccms2019@iitmandi.ac.in
Contact: (+91) 88940 99457
Website: iccms2019.iitmandi.ac.in

Getting Here:

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Air Travel

The nearest airport to Mandi is the Kullu Airport at Bhuntar, Dharamshala airport at Gaggal and Chandigarh airport. Flights to Kullu are restricted to only from Delhi, and Shimla.





By Road

From Delhi or Chandigarh, one can catch the bus from ISBT (interstate bus terminus). There are different varieties of bus facilities from Delhi and Chandigarh - ordinary, deluxe and AC buses. Alternatively, One can also plan to hire a cab or come by personal vehicle.
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Travel Notes

This distance to Mandi can be covered in approximately 12 hrs from Delhi and 6 hrs from Chandigarh (it depends on traffic on the roads or weather conditions) by bus. Transport to IIT Mandi Kamand campus from Mandi town will be arranged by IIT Mandi.

Registration

(Please note that we are not taking further requests for hostel accommodation due to logistic issue.)

(Only online bank transfer is accepted for all the payments)

Delegate Category Early-Bird Registration
(Up To 31st Aug 6th Oct 2019)
Regular Registration
(7th Oct to 3rd Dec 2019)
Students/Research Scholars#
(SAARC Countries)

₹ 3500

₹ 4000

Students/Research Scholars
(Others)

US$ 250

US$ 350

Regular Delegates*
(SAARC Countries)

₹ 6500

₹ 7500

Regular Delegates*
(Others)

US$ 350

US$ 450

Spouse/Accompanying Person
(SAARC Countries)

₹ 2000 ₹ 3000

₹ 2500 ₹ 3500

Spouse/Accompanying Person
(Others)

US$ 150

US$ 250

#Limited number of shared and semi-furnished hostel accommodations (3 nights) are available on additional payment of ₹ 1000 along with registration fee.

*All regular delegates, having IndACM membership, will be provided discount in the registration fees (₹ 500 for SAARC countries and USD$ 50 for other countries).

Click Here to Download IndACM Membership Form

On The Spot Registration

Delegates from SAARC Countries: ₹ 9000

Delegates from Other Countries: US$ 500

Account Details for Payment

Account Name: IIT Mandi SRIC EXTENSION ACTIVITIES
Account Number: 7315000100034369
Bank Name: PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK
Branch Name and Address: PNB, IIT Kamand, Mandi - 175005, HP, India.
IFSC Code: PUNB0731500
MCIR Code: 175024138
SWIFT Code: PUNBINBBPAR

General Information

1. The registration fees are excluding transaction charges as applicable, which the delegates will pay separately.
2. The registration fees include a bag, CD of proceedings, extended abstract volume, notepad, pen, working lunch (December 11, 12, 13), dinner (December 11, 12) and refreshments during the Congress days.
3. Only those papers, after accepted by reviewers (accepted papers), will be included in the proceedings/presentation schedule for which the requisite registration fee is paid.
4. ‘Regular Delegate’ registration includes up to three accepted papers and ‘Student/Research Scholar’ registration includes only two accepted papers in the proceedings/presentation schedule.
5. ‘Spouse/Accompanying Person’ registration includes working lunch (December 11, 12, 13), dinner (December 11, 12) and refreshments during the Congress days.

Sponsors

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Platinum

5,00,000/-

Gold

2,50,000/-

Silver

1,00,000/-

Bronze

50,000/-

Others

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