(Tokyo Bay with "Rainbow Bridge" from a sightseeing point near the conference venue)
|It is my great pleasure to announce the 5th International conference of
Vibro-impact Systems to be held in Tokyo from 29th March to 2nd April 2021.
It follows the previous conference, successfully organised in Germany in
2018. This conference series is driven by the International Centre of Vibro-impact
Systems (ICoVIS) founded in 2004 together with the inauguration conference
in Loughborough University, UK.
Please access http://www.icovis.org/events/ for information about the activities and previous invents of the ICoVIS.
The organising committee cordially welcomes academic and industrial researchers from all over the world to present their research efforts and achievements, broadly related to the area of vibro-impact systems and nonlinear mechanics in this conference at attractive world-renowned city of TOKYO, JAPAN.
The style of the conference is based on common sessions without parallel ones, for all the participants to exchange their ideas and knowledge, and make acquaintanceship with the entire audience. The organising committee plans to provide a supportive and engaging environment for all participants of this conference.
We encourage you to start making your plans to join the conference and pre-register now. Pre-registration has already opened — see Pre-registration.
We are looking forward to meeting you at ICoVIS 2021 in Tokyo.
|7th February 2020|
Local Organising Committee
Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology, JAPAN
Aims and Scope
The aim of this conference is to bring together academic and industrial experts from the fields of non-linear and structural dynamics, continuum mechanics, materials science, physics,
applied mathematics, and mechanical, aerospace, civil and systems engineering to facilitate the mutual understanding of theories and applications of systems with non-smooth interactions such as
vibro-impact systems or systems with contact and friction.
The areas covered by this conference include:
- excitation, synchronisation and stabilisation;
- dynamics of machines and processes;
- vibration protection of operators and structures in harsh environment;
- synergistic effects of repeated impacts or friction on solids and granular media;
- non-linear fluid-solid interactions;
- analytical, experimental and numerical methods for the analysis of systems and processes;
- synthesis and optimisation;
- measurements and applications;
- smart utilization of vibration.
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