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Call for abstracts for session "Small-Scale, and Multiiscale Biomechanics" in 2015 World Congress on Advances in Structural Engineering and Mechanics (ASEM)

Call for Abstracts (2015 World Congress on Advances in Structural Engineering and Mechanics)

 

Program: MS566 (in Conference of Multiscale and Multiphysics Mechanics)

Session: “Small-Scale, and Multiscale Biomechanics”

 

Organizer: Prof. Kilho Eom (E-mail: kilhoeom@skku.edu or kilhoeom@gmail.com)

 

THEME

This session is aimed towards presenting the current state-of-art in multiscale and/or small-scale mechanics of biological systems at multiple spatial scales ranging from atomistic scale to mesoscale and macroscopic scales. This session is suitable for not only computational researchers but also experimental researchers, who have been studying the mechanics of biological systems at multiple spatial scales. The topics of this session may include but not limited to atomistic/multiscale simulation and single-molecule studies of biological systems ranging from single protein molecule to macromolecular protein assemblies and bulk-scale biological components (e.g. muscle).

 

 

Important Dates

May 11, 2015                        Submission of abstract

June 15, 2015                       Submission of conference paper (Optional)

June 30, 2015                       Last day for early registration

July 31, 2015                        Last day for pre-registration

August 25-19, 2015              Congress

 

 

For more information, please visit the official website of the congress: http://asem.cti3.com/asem15.htm

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