Springer is a leading scholarly publisher in the areas of natural sciences, engineering, physics, mathematics and medicine. It publishes 3000 journals and 12,000 books annually, and has 13,000 employees in over 50 countries worldwide. In the fields of structural dynamics and dynamical systems it publishes several journals and book series, such as the journals "Archive of Applied Mechanics", "Nonlinear Dynamics", "Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization" and "Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering", and book series "Lecture Notes in Applied and Computational Mechanics" and "Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering".

Feel free to contact publishing editor Mr. Pierpaolo Riva (pierpaolo.riva@springer.com ) to discuss your book proposals!

Seismosoft Founded in 2002, Seismosoft provides the earthquake engineering community with access to powerful and state-of-the-art analytical tools, such as SeismoBuild, SeismoStruct, SeismoSelect, SeismoSignal, SeismoSpect, SeismoMatch and SeismoArtif.
With more than 1000 software license requests per month, and users in thousands of international academic/research institutions and practising companies in more than 110 countries worldwide, Seismosoft is now recognised as a leading enterprise in this field.
Seismosoft provides the full spectrum of earthquake engineering stakeholders, tools and methods that feature not only technical excellence but also efficiency and user-friendliness.Ultimately, we hope to somehow contribute, even if modestly, to the continuous search for higher mitigation of the risks that earthquake pose to humankind.

Sensequake is a world leader in structural health monitoring and seismic assessment IoT technologies for buildings, bridges and infrastructure. 
Based on our patented Larzé & 3D-SAM, ShakeZone and ShakeLog vibration sensors and software, we can provide both temporary and permanent structural health monitoring solutions. With our proprietary technology and state-of-the-art software and hardware packages, our team and international partners provide unique structural and seismic assessment services solely based on the sensing data rather than the traditional visual inspections. Sensequake technologies have been used on several landmark projects all across North America such as the heritage Canadian Parliament buildings and 3.4 km New Champlain cable-stayed bridge.