EACS Instructions for Presenters

Talks are allocated 15 minutes with 5 minutes for questions. Presenters can use their own laptops to give the presentation. For those who do not have a laptop and would like to use the PC in the lecture theatre, please bring your talk on a USB stick an load it onto the PC in the coffee/lunch break before your session starts.

Key Dates

Abstract deadline

15th January 2016

Acceptance of paper notification

Mid February 2016

Full paper submission deadline

8th April 2016

Registration opens

January 2016

Early Bird registration closes

13th May 2016

JULY 11TH TO 13TH 2016 

SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND

After the Conferences held in Barcelona (1996), Paris (2000), Vienna (2004), St.Petersburg (2008), and Genoa (2012) the European Association for the Control of Structures (EACS) is preparing for its sixth European Conference that will be held in Sheffield, England from 11 to 13 July, 2016.

As in the previous events, the Conference will provide a forum for presentation and discussion of current.

Key note Speakers

Professor Michael Todd

UC San Diego

Professor Todd’s research applies to civil, mechanical, and aerospace structural systems.

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Professor Paul Reynolds

University of Exeter

Professor Paul Reynolds is a founding director of the Vibration Engineering Section.

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Professor Andre Preumont

Active Structures Laboratory

André Preumont received his MSc in Aeronautics from the University of Liege in 1973 and his PhD in Applied Sciences in 1981.

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International Scientific Committee

S. Casciati, University of Catania, Malta
A. Del Grosso, University of Genoa, Italy
J. Holnicki-Szulc, National Academy, Poland
H. Irschik, University of Linz, Austria
J. Rodellar, Technical University of Catalonia
O. S. Bursi , University of Trento, Italy
S. Dyke, Purdue University, USA
S. Neild, University of Bristol, UK
S. Krenk, Technical University of Denmark
J. Mottershead, University of Liverpool, UK
A. Pavic, University of Exeter, UK
M. Williams, University of Oxford, UK
F. Casciati, University of Pavia, Italy
L. Faravelli, University of Pavia, Italy
S. Elliott, University of Southampton, UK
V. Gattulli, University of L’Aquila
B. Wu, Harbin Insititute of Technology, China
N. Alujevic, University of Split, Croatia
J. Molinar, JRC ISPRA, Italy
S. Cogan, University of Franche-ComtŽ, France
S. Fassois, University of Patras, Greece

International Scientific Committee

Organising Commitee

Chairman: Prof. David Wagg, University of Sheffield, England
Co-Chair: Prof. Andrea Del Grosso, University of Genoa, Italy

Local Organising Commitee

Dynamics Research Group, University of Sheffield

Prof. David Wagg
Dr R. Barthorpe
Dr E. Cross
J. Gosliga
X. Liu
H. Shi

Organising Committee

EACS 2016

Topics Covered

This year’s conference topics cover a wide range of areas, including:

  • Active structural control
  • Passive and hybrid structural control
  • Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering
  • Sensors and actuators technology
  • Smart Materials
  • Structural Health Monitoring
  • Damage identification
  • Estimation of residual life
  • Applications to civil engineering systems
  • Applications to aerospace systems
  • Applications to robotic systems
  • Applications to marine structures
  • Biologic and bio-inspired systems
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About the University

The 2016 EACS conference will be hosted by the University of Sheffield in their new multi million pound engineering building, the Diamond.

The Diamond is a new jewel in the University’s crown. This £81 million building, The University of Sheffield’s largest ever investment in teaching and learning, is a fantastic place for modern interdisciplinary teaching. As well as specialist engineering teaching facilities, the building also houses a range of lecture theatres, seminar rooms, open-plan learning spaces, library services and social spaces, including a café.

About Sheffield

Sheffield has a rich industrial heritage, which makes it a fantastic place to live, work and study, but it is also a modern vibrant city, which has seen major redevelopment over the past decade while still managing to keep its unique character.

As you’d expect from England’s fourth largest city there’s always something going on, but Sheffield’s compact city centre and thriving suburbs means it has a friendly neighbourhood feeling and a great sense of community.

Sheffield is also one of the UK’s greenest cities, with over 150 woodland areas and 50 parks. The spectacular peak district is close by, making it easy to get away from the city and explore the countryside.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Any reoccurring questions will be posted and answered in due course.

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For further information about the conference please contact:

eacs2016@sheffield.ac.uk

Early Bird Offer (Register by 13/05/2016)
Full delegate package: £500
Student package: £375

Prices for registration after 13/05/06
Full delegate package: £575
Student package: £425