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15th World Congress on Computational Mechanics – APCOM 2022
July 31 – August 5, 2022,
Yokohama, Japan

Xavier Oliver, IACM Gauss-Newton medal 2020

President Antonio Huerta handing the IACM Gauss-Newton medal to Xavier Oliver

President Antonio Huerta with Gauss-Newton medal Xavier Oliver

President Antonio Huerta with IACM Fellow awardee Irene Arias

President Antonio Huerta with IACM Fellow awardee Marino Arroyo

Mechanistic Machine Learning and Digital Twins for Computational Science,
Engineering & Technology
September 26-29, 2021, San Diego, USA
Slide Plenary sessions in ECCOMAS- XIV WCCM 2020 -Paris - virtual edition FEF 2019 in Chicago
Profs. Arif Masud, Antonio Huerta, Wing Kam Liu and Scott Roberts
WCCM13 in NY, July 2018
Prof. Charbel Farhat, Chair of the Awards Committee,
Prof. Pierre Ladevèze, Gauss-Newton Medal 2018 Awardee, and
Prof. Wing Kam Liu, Past-President of the IACM
Prof. Zhuo Zhuang at opening
ceremony of COMPSAFE2017
Opening Ceremony.
Prof. Patricia Faria
ENIEF 2017
Universidad de la Plata, Argentina
Israel Society of Computational Mechanics – 42
CMM 2017 Lublin, Poland CMN 2017 Valencia, Spain GACM Best Phd Awards winners 2017 JACM annual meeting Participants of the JSCES
summer camp 2017
USCNCCM2017 in Montreal

Welcome to IACM

Computational Mechanics is the development and application of numerical methods and digital computers to the solution of problems posed by Engineering and Applied Science with the objectives of understanding and harnessing the resources of nature.

CM is concerned with the use of computational methods and devices to study events governed by the principles of mechanics. CM is a fundamentally important part of computational science and engineering, concerned with the use of computational approaches to characterize, predict and simulate physical events and engineering systems governed by the laws of mechanics.

CM has had a profound impact on science and technology over the past three decades. There has been a pervasive impact on manufacturing, communication, transportation, medicine, defense and many other areas central to modern civilization.

CM incorporates new models of physical and biological systems based upon quantum, molecular and biological mechanics and has an enormous potential for future growth and applicability.

While Computational Solid Mechanics (CSM) and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) are at the core of our activity, such subjects as Thermodynamics, Electro Magnetism, Rigid Body Mechanics, Control Systems and some aspects of Particle Physics fall naturally within the scope of the definition. Indeed the provision of a common forum for discussion, education and research information transfer between the diverse disciplines represented is the main “raison d’être” of IACM.