EMI is the premier interdisciplinary organization of engineering mechanics that promotes research and the application of scientific and mathematical principles to address existing and emerging engineering and societal issues.
2019 EMI Computational Mechanics Committee
Student Poster Competition, Caltech, Pasadena, CA.
EMI's technical committees develop conference sessions and symposia for Institute and Society conferences, review journal papers, and lead other initiatives to foster technical activities within the area of engineering mechanics.
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Extreme Mechanics Letters (EML) WebinarsHeld every WednesdayTime:10:00 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time7:00 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time10:00 p.m. China Standard Time3:00 p.m. British Summer TimeMulti-scale Homogenization of Materials with an Emergent...Read More >>
The MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub webinar series offers information of general interest to members of the building, paving, and construction communities, as well as to educators, students, journalists, and law and policy-makers interested in the...Read More >>
Purpose: to cover the broad areas of engineering mechanics related to (1) Structural Health Monitoring (2) System identification (3) Damage detection (4) Fault isolation and detection (5) Sensor networks, new forms of actuation (6) Smart materials...Read More >>
Purpose: to promote fundamental and applied research in the mechanics of porous materials using observational, analytical, and computational techniques.The mission of the Poromechanics committee is to:I. Promote fundamental and applied research in...Read More >>
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EMI publishes the Journal of Engineering Mechanics, the Lecture Notes in Mechanics series, the Trends in Engineering Mechanics Publication series, conference proceedings, and other technical books.
Journal of Engineering Mechanics
The Journal of Engineering Mechanics covers activity and development in the field of applied mechanics as it relates to civil engineering. Typically, published papers describe the development and implementation of new analytical models, innovative numerical methods, and novel experimental methods and results.
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EMI provides a platform for our members to share their research with the community.
Prof. D. Nicolas Espinoza
Energy Applied Geomechanics Laboratory
The University of Texas at Austin
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EMI has an extensive awards program to recognize outstanding mechanicians for their achievements and contributions to the field of mechanics. Named in honor of prestigious historical mechanicians, these awards recognize achievements in a variety of sub-disciplines.
Nominations for many awards are due November 1. Always review individual award rules for full details on how to nominate a deserving candidate.
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EMI offers opportunities to collaborate and share knowledge with peers, to participate in meaningful committee activities, and to develop one's network; opportunities to take on leadership roles; and opportunities for recognition at different career stages.
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