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Advancing the Frontiers of Engineering

The Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference 2022 (EMI 2022) will provide a forum for researchers and practitioners to showcase their recent developments in the fundamentals and applications of engineering mechanics.

At this time, we are planning for EMI 2022 to be a 100% in-person event. We are continuing to monitor the COVID-19 situation in order to make sure measures are taken to keep participants as safe as possible (e.g. mask/testing/vaccine requirements). Should there eventually be a need to move to a virtual mode for the conference, we will post information and email participants as soon as possible.

The conference is hosted by The G.W.C. Whiting School of Engineering, Johns Hopkins University and aims to bring together scholars from around the world to exchange and disseminate the most recent developments in engineering mechanics across wide-ranging fields related to the discipline of Civil Engineering understood in the broadest sense, including industry applications of engineering mechanics.

Conference topics

  • Computational Mechanics
  • Multiscale and Multiphysics Materials Modeling
  • Design and Optimization
  • Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
  • Architected Materials
  • Mechanics of Additive Manufacturing
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Damage and Fracture Mechanics
  • Biomechanics and Bio-inspired Engineering
  • Network Modeling and Simulation of Infectious Diseases
  • Probabilistic Mechanics and Uncertainty Quantification
  • Structural Health Monitoring
  • Structural Fire Engineering and Disaster Mitigation
  • Geomechanics and Geomaterials
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Material Science

Past conferences

EMI/PMC 2021 Conference
May 25–28, 2021
Hosted by Columbia University

EMI-IC 2021 Conference
March 22–24, 2021
Hosted by Durham University

ASCE COVID-19 Policy

An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists anywhere other people are present. Any person who chooses to travel to and/or participate in this conference assumes all risks arising from that decision, including but not limited to infection from other vaccinated or unvaccinated participants, hotel guests, or other persons. ASCE is committed to holding an event where everyone feels safe. To accomplish this, we have updated our EMI Conference 2022 attendee policy concerning COVID-19.

All attendees must agree to comply with all safety procedures established by ASCE as well as any other protocols put in place by the host sites, travel facilities, or any other applicable authorities. View the ASCE COVID-19 attendee policy.

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