2201 Advanced Computational and Experimental Technologies for Civil Infrastructures

  • Sukhoon Pyo, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
  • Beomjoo Yang, Chungbuk National University
  • H.K. Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology

The scope of the ""Advanced computational and experimental technologies for civil infrastructures"" is to provide a comprehensive overview of computational simulations, experimental methods, and related works on the technologies of construction materials and structures. The purpose of the minisymposium is to enhance the scientific exchange among theories and experiments of the current issues in the fields of civil engineering. Interested researchers are invited to submit short abstracts on related topics which include, but not limited to:

○Computational and analytical modeling for infrastructures such as:
- machine learning and artificial intelligence modeling,
- fracture analysis or simulation of crack propagation,
- microscopic image analysis,
- finite element methods, boundary element methods, and meshless methods.

○Construction systems with various configurations such as:
- layered and sandwich structures,
- functionally graded materials,
- composite-reinforced RC structures,
- beam, plate, and shell structures.

○Improved smart materials and structures for infrastructures such as:
- sensory concrete and structures,
- smart paint and coating,
- electro-conducting and -magnetic cementitious composites,
- shape memory alloy (SMA)-embedded construction system.

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