Submit your Contribution
Both submissions of Abstracts and Final Contributions (Optional) are performed online via the Conference website.
After completing this pre-registration form (alternatively click Register at the top right of the Conference website) and by choosing Author as your member group, you will receive an email to validate your Account. After validation, you will receive a second email with your Username and password, which will be used to login to your Eurodyn 2020 Account.
Prepare a one-page Abstract. There is no template for abstract submission, as it is generated online. Login to your Conference Account, click My Abstracts/My Papers, click Submit an Abstract, select the relevant Minisymposium from the below list (where your abstract is more suitable) and proceed with the Abstract Submission.
List of Minisymposia:
MS 1: Advances in Computational Structural Dynamics
MS 2: Non-linear Dynamics
MS 3: Dynamic Buckling
MS 4: Dynamics of Composite Materials
MS 5: Dynamic Fluid-structure Interaction
MS 6: Vehicle Dynamics
MS 7: System Identification and Damage Detection
MS 8: Structural Health Monitoring
MS 9: Structural Control
MS 10: Advances on Inerter-based Structural Vibration Control
MS 11: Bridge Dynamics
MS 12: Footbridge Vibrations
MS 13: Human Induced Vibrations in Floors, Staircases and Stadia
MS 14: Wind Induced Vibrations of Slender Structures and Fatigue
MS 15: Dynamics of on- and off-shore Wind Energy Structures (WES)
MS 16: Vibration-Based Assessment and SHM of Cultural Heritage Structures
MS 17: Vibrations due to Construction and Industrial Activities
MS 18: Vibro-Acoustics
MS 19: Blast and Impact Loads
MS 20: Moving Loads
MS 21: Traffic Induced Vibrations
MS 22: Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction and Wave Propagation
MS 23: Assessment of industrial structures and infrastructure under natural hazards
MS 24: Seismic protection of steel structures by means of dissipative systems and components
MS 25: Experimental Earthquake Engineering
MS 26: UQ and probabilistic learning in computational dynamics
MS 27: Stochastic Dynamics and Reliability Analysis of Structural and Mechanical Systems under Environmental Excitation
MS 28: Uncertainties on Materials and Environmental Loads
MS 29: Bayesian Updating, Filtering and Inversion for Dynamic Systems
MS 30: Recent advances in Performance-Based Engineering and Design of Structures and Civil Infrastructure Systems Subjected to Single or Multiple Hazards
MS 31: European ETN “Dynamic virtualisation: modelling performance of engineering structures” (DyVirt)
MS 32: Computational methods for stochastic dynamics
MS 33: Numerical Simulations for Earthquake-resilient Systems
MS 34: Vibration Absorption
MS 35: New trends in the computational and experimental structural dynamics for the preservation of historical masonry structures in seismic areas
MS 36: Damping modelling and experiments
MS 37: General Session on Structural Dynamics, Stability and Vibrations
The deadline for uploading the one-page Abstract has been extended to November 25, 2019. You will receive the outcome of the review process of your Contribution by e-mail. Only ONE Contributed Paper will be allowed for each Registration.
Final Contribution Submission (Optional)
All authors who received via email a notification of acceptance of their Abstract are invited to submit online the corresponding Final Contribution. There is no limitation regarding the NUMBER of pages of the Final Contribution. Nevertheless, only Full Papers with 6 pages or more (including figures, tables and references) will be indexed in SCOPUS. Each Final Contribution should be written following the MS Word template that can be found below. The file has to be translated to portable document format (PDF) before submission. Authors must upload the PDF file, correctly formatted, at the Conference website. The maximum size of the uploaded PDF file is 15 MB. The deadline for uploading the Final Contribution is June 15, 2020.
Prepare your Final Contribution according to the instructions given in the following template file:
Peer review under the responsibility of the Scientific committee of Eurodyn 2020.
Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement
The Eurodyn 2020 Organizers are committed to ensuring the highest quality of the Conference proceedings.
Authors should assure the originality of their contributions, while providing the necessary citation/quotation, when including phrases or parts of the work of others in their papers. Plagiarism constitutes unethical academic behavior and is not accepted in any of its forms. The authors should be aware that their papers may be subject to plagiarism detection system during the review process.
Striving for the academic excellence of the Eurodyn 2020 Proceedings, the papers submitted, are peer reviewed to make sure that the content fulfills the academic standards. The submissions are also evaluated on the basis of proper use of terms and the quality of writing.