2022 International Workshop on Multiscale Innovative Materials and Structures” (MIMS22)

29 September 2022

Cetara (Salerno), Italy

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We are very happy to announce the “2022 International Workshop on Multiscale Innovative Materials and Structures” (MIMS22) to be held from September 29th through October 1st, 2022 in Cetara (Salerno), Italy. The Workshop will be held at the Cetus Hotel located in a scenic venue of the beautiful Amalfi Coast (video).

Contributions related, but not limited, to the following areas are welcome:
• Multiscale mechanics
• Mechanical and acoustic metamaterials
• Innovative and sustainable materials
• Architectured materials and composites
• Granular materials and systems
• Smart materials and structures
• Microstructure engineering and modeling
• Seismic metamaterials
• Waves in discrete and continuous systems

Selected lectures

(in progess)
Gianmario Benzoni, University of California San Diego: “Innovative seismic metamaterials”
Davide Bigoni, University of Trento: “Flutter instability and hyperelasticity”
Chiara Daraio, California Institute of Technology: “Robotic matter”
Fernando Fraternali, University of Salerno: “Tensegrity metamaterials”
Sébastien Guenneau, Imperial College London, CNRS: “Active and passive thermal cloaking”
Muamer Kadic, FEMTO-ST Institute, CNRS: “Mechanical metamaterials at micron-scale”
Elena Mele, University of Naples Federico II: “Innovative seismic design schemes combining isolation and mass damping principles”
Graeme Milton, University of Utah: “Extreme materials”
Marco Miniaci, University of Lille: “Unconventional principles for the control of underwater waves in the sub-wavelength regime”
Sergio Pellegrino, California Institute of Technology: “Multi-configuration Structures”
Antonina Pirrotta, University of Palermo: “Viscoelastic fractional calculus for innovative multiscale structures”
Nicola Pugno, University of Trento: “Bioinspired hierarchical materials”
Julian Rimoli, Georgia Institure of Technology: “Discontinuous compression structures: from planetary landers to 3D lightweight metamaterials”
Massimo Ruzzene, University of Colorado Boulder: “Minimal surfaces as a topological framework for acoustic and mechanical metamaterials”
Giuseppe Saccomandi, University of Perugia: “Waves in pre-strained elastic materials”
Martin Wegener, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology: “Recent progress on three-dimensional microstructured mechanical metamaterials”

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