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Elsevier’s Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics live (free of charge) webinars: save dates & links!

Esteemed Colleague,

as the Editor-in-Chief of Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics (TAFMech, https://www.journals.elsevier.com/theoretical-and-applied-fracture-mechanics/), this post is to invite you to attend the following free on-line global live webinars on Fracture Mechanics-related topics:

 

Þ Prof. David McDowell – Georgia Tech Institute for Materials, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Title of seminar: Prospects and Applications: Microstructure-Sensitive Computational Fatigue

Date/time: 15 January 2021 at 2 pm (GMT)

Zoom Link to Webinar: https://elsevier.zoom.us/j/95073784704?pwd=cUlWZFVIa1lEVUNBdlJVelg5c201Zz09

Webinar ID: 950 7378 4704

Passcode: 227571

 

Þ Prof. David Taylor – Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland

Title of seminar: The Story of the Theory of Critical Distances

Date/time: 22 January 2021 at 9 am (GMT)

Zoom Link to Webinar: https://elsevier.zoom.us/j/98956236155?pwd=bTlYV0tCcEMvUHRnaXhtcXBqSzFuQT09

Webinar ID: 989 5623 6155

Passcode: 042264

 

Þ Prof. René de Borst – University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK

Title of seminar: Smeared vs discrete approaches in computational fracture mechanics

Date/time: 29 January 2021 at 9 am (GMT)

Zoom Link to Webinar: https://elsevier.zoom.us/j/99267307544?pwd=RWZRNGJLRVJJT1U1TGVOLzZFbThEdz09

Webinar ID: 992 6730 7544

Passcode: 786952

 

Þ Prof. Reinhard Pippan – Austrian Academy of Sciences, Leoben, Austria

Title of seminar: Crack closure: frequently asked questions

Date/time: 5 February 2021 at 9 am (GMT)

Zoom Link to Webinar: https://elsevier.zoom.us/j/99354733394?pwd=YXNnVzlaN3A3WDFqOHJiamRtRUtRQT09

Webinar ID: 993 5473 3394

Passcode: 884238

 

Þ Prof. Youshi Hong - Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Title of seminar: Challenges in Very-High-Cycle Fatigue & Numerous Cyclic Pressing Model

Date/time: 19 February at 9 am (GMT)

Zoom Link to Webinar: https://elsevier.zoom.us/j/92365441826?pwd=Y2N6TWl3TGZrMGtCcVdHQ2U2S3NjQT09

Webinar ID: 923 6544 1826

Passcode: 986088

 

The reason for this initiative lies in the difficulties associated with the pandemic times we are going through. In particular, what we are trying to do via TAFMech is supporting the Fracture Mechanics community (especially, PhD students and post-doctoral researchers) by organizing a series of unique dissemination events designed to strengthen our sense of belonging as well as our scientific connections and bonds.

 

From more information about the seminars and further updates, please visit the webpage of TAFMech (https://www.journals.elsevier.com/theoretical-and-applied-fracture-mechanics/webinars/tafmec-on-line-seminar).

 

To attend the seminars, please, simply use the Zoom links being provided above and follow the instructions to join – the seminars are free of charge and no registration is required.

 

Please, save the dates and attend the free seminars… and, please, help us make these events a success by also inviting your students and your colleagues to attend!

 

We look forward to welcoming you all to the TAFMech webinars.

 

Regards,

Luca Susmel

Editor-in-Chief of Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics

Department of Civil and Structural Engineering

The University of Sheffield, Mappin Street, Sheffield, S1 3JD, UK

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