Scope and Topics
Background and Aims
The Japanese Society for Experimental Mechanics (JSEM) was founded in 2001 by reorganizing the former Japan Society for Photoelasticity to extend its covering area of Experimental Mechanics not only to Solid Mechanics but also to various areas of Applied Mechanics such as Fluid Mechanics, Thermal Engineering, Medical Engineering, Biomechanics, Construction and Civil Engineering and so on. The first Symposium was successfully held in Sapporo, Japan (2006) to attain its main purpose of the new establishment. The Symposium was subsequently held in Osaka, Japan (2007), Tainan,Taiwan (2008), Niigata, Japan(2009) and Kyoto, Japan (2010).
The present Symposium aims to promote an exchange of recent and advanced information among scientists and engineers in the wide field of Experimental Mechanics with special focus on Environmental, Medical and welfare Engineering. The Symposium is also aimed particularly at promoting communication and collaboration between fundamental researchers and those engaged in the development of practical technology in respective areas of Experimental Mechanics. This Symposium title has been updated to The International Symposium on Advanced Science and Technology in Experimental Mechanics from the previous symposium, because the areas covered in the Symposium have been expanded as mentioned above.
Topics of InterestWe welcome papers in the following areas:
Technical ExhibitionThe Symposium will make plans to exhibit current technologies for instrumentation, diagnosis and products developed by companies, corporations and universities.
|The 6th International Symposium on Advanced Science and Technology in Experimental Mechanics (6th ISEM '11-Sendai/Kansai)|