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Symposium on Characterization and Modeling of Time-Dependent Materials and Processes at the 2007 ASME M&M Conference

The Symposium on Characterization and Modeling of Time-Dependent Materials and Processes at the 2007 ASME Mechanics and Materials conference will be held June 3-7, 2007, at the University of Texas at Austin. Additional information about the conference can be found at the conference website.

Papers dealing with modeling and experimental aspects of the subject area, involving all materials, are sought. The mechanical response should be non-negligable in cases involving non-mechanical fields. Possible topics include, but are not limited to: characterization and modeling of behavior at multiple scales; viscoelasticity, viscoplasticity; transport, chemically and electronically active processes; multiphase and biomaterial systems; thermodynamics; shape memory; mechanics of testing; micro/nanoindentation on time-dependent materials; dynamic behavior of polymers and composites; large deformations; residual stresses; time-dependent damage and failure; polycrystalline and single crystal behaviors; multifunctional materials; mechanics of processing.

An abstract of 250 words or less is due January 10, 2007, and should be submitted online through the ASME website.  When submitting an abstract, please select "Track TK 13 General," then select the subject topic title, so that we can keep track of what has been submitted, please forward your abstract to one of the email addresses cited below. Authors are encouraged but not required to submit full papers, as they are completed, to Mechanics of Time-Dependent Materials Journal. This can be done via one of the contacts below, or directly to the journal.

We look forward to seeing you in Austin next summer.

Richard Hall, Air Force Research Laboratory, richard.hall@wpafb.af.mil, editorial board;
Hongbing Lu, Oklahoma State University, hongbin@okstate.edu, editorial board;
H. Jerry Qi, University of Colorado, Qih@colorado.edu, guest editor.  

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Accepted abstracts can be viewed at the conference website at the "Call for Papers" button under "View Abstracts," Track "TK 13 General," topic 13-2.

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