Call for papers

The Third Australasian Conference on Computational Mechanics

The call for papers is now open.


The conference is intended to cover all aspects of computational mechanics in all disciplines of engineering and physics. Authors are invited to submit papers of topics related to this conference.

Submit an abstract for consideration

The full paper template is available here for download upon acceptance into the program.

To submit your paper please log back into the submission portal. Please ensure your Full Paper meets the following criteria: 
* is an MS Word file type only
* is no longer than 8 pages in length (A4 page size)
* is appropriately referenced

Full paper submissions are due no later than Wednesday 31 January 2018.

Topics of interest

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • adaptive meshing for fluid dynamics
  • advanced computational cardiovascular modelling
  • advanced computational fluid dynamics
  • advanced developments on finite element and meshless technologies
  • advanced gridding and discretization techniques for petroleum reservoir simulation
  • advanced materials: computational analysis of properties and performance
  • advanced numerical methods for fluid structure interaction
  • advances in boundary element methods and mesh reducing techniques
  • advances in discontinuous galerkin method
  • advances in membrane structures computations
  • bio- and nano-mechanics and materials with applications
  • computational aspects in damage and failure mechanics
  • computational aspects of smart structures and materials
  • computational bioengineering and biomedicine
  • computational bioimaging and visualisation
  • computational biomechanics
  • computational contact mechanics
  • computational geomechanics
  • computational mechanics of composite materials
  • computational modelling and simulation in dentistry
  • generalised continuum, higher-order homogenization and multiscale methods
  • generalised/extended FEM and other enriched partition of unity based methods
  • inverse problems, design and optimisation
  • multidisciplinary design optimization in computational mechanics
  • uncertainty quantification in computational modelling, design and optimisation
  • multi-scale computational modelling
  • new trends in topology optimisation