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The GACM Colloquium 2023 is over and was a great success! Thank you to all the participants and people who helped to organize the event. The photos of the event can be found here now.
Please also participate in the slide sharing. You should have been notified by the corresponding MS organizers in this regard.
We can announce two great news:
1. We have in the meantime obtained the certificate ÖkoEvent (EcoEvent) issued by the City of Vienna.
2. The first version of the Conference Booklet, which summarizes the most important information, is now available for download here.
We're counting down the days until it starts, and we are looking forward to seeing you!
We are excited to announce that the conference program is now live on our website! Explore the program overview or delve into the detailed version. We also provide information for presenting authors, both oral and poster.
Don't forget to check out our social events. Sign up to meet new colleagues and make your conference experience even more social!
Please note that the abstract submission deadline has been extended to April 07, 2023.
We are happy to announce that the abstract submission is now open! Instructions regarding the submission process are described on the Talk and Poster Title Submission subpage. A list of organized minisymposia can be found on the Minisymposia subpage. The deadline for the submission of contributions is March 24, 2023. We have updated the Important Dates subpage accordingly. Also, information regarding the registration (including conference fees) is posted on the Registration subpage. Finally, we compiled a list of hotels where we have reserved a certain contingent of rooms. See the Accommodation subpage for further details.
We invite you to submit a proposal for organizing a Minisymposium at the 10th GACM Colloquium on Computational Mechanics for Young Scientists from Academia and Industry. The conference is part of series of events organized by the German Association for Computational Mechanics (GACM). This time, the motto of the conference will be “GACM meets sustainability” and it will take place in Vienna at TU Wien on September 10–13, 2023.
Each Minisymposium should consist of at least 6 presentations on a topic of current importance in computational mechanics. The organizers of a Minisymposium as well as affiliated researchers are welcome to contribute to the very same Minisymposium. The advertisement of the Minisymposium and the chairs of the respective sessions during the conference are the responsibility of the organizers. Therefore, one researcher cannot organize multiple Minisymposia.
An overview of the Minisymposia previously organized at the 9th GACM colloquium is available here: https://colloquia.gacm.de/2022/program/minisymposia
Proposals to organize a Minisymposium should include the following information:
We really hope that you will contribute a proposal for a Minisymposium and look forward to meeting you in Vienna.
The GACM 2023 chair persons
Fabian Key (TU Wien), Marco De Paoli (TU Wien), Antonia Wagner (TU Wien), Katrin Mang (Leibiniz University Hannover), Merten Stender (TU Hamburg)