DYCOMP - ECCCS – 3 2024


Conference Objectives and Topics

Conference Objectives:

The DyCOMP/ECCCS conference serves as a vital forum for scientists, researchers, and industrial experts specializing in the dynamic behavior of composite materials. Our primary objectives are as follows:

  1. Knowledge Exchange: Provide a platform for experts to exchange knowledge, research findings, and innovative ideas related to composite materials' dynamic behavior.
  2. Presentation and Discussion: Facilitate comprehensive discussions through oral and poster presentations, encouraging in-depth exploration of the subject matter.
  3. Industrial Insights: Showcase advancements in industrial applications specific to dynamic composites, addressing practical challenges and fostering innovation.
  4. Interdisciplinary Engagement: Encourage cross-disciplinary interactions to discover new perspectives and collaborative opportunities within the dynamic composite field.
  5. Technical Exhibition: Host a small-scale technical exhibition to demonstrate state-of-the-art tools and technologies that advance the study of dynamic composite behaviors.

List of Conference Topics:

The DyCOMP/ECCCS conference encompasses a range of topics, with a primary focus on composite materials. These topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Theoretical, Numerical, and Experimental Approaches for Composites loaded dynamically
  • High Strain Rate Testing and Analysis of Composite Materials
  • Industrial Applications in Transport (Cars, Trains, Ships, Airplanes) and Defense
  • Terminal Ballistics and Shielding
  • Blast Effects from Explosions
  • Catastrophic Failure Assessments in Engineering Structures
  • Lightning Strikes and Ballistic Phenomena in Composite Materials

This comprehensive list ensures a focused exploration of the dynamic behavior of composite materials and their real-world applications. We invite you to join us at the DyCOMP/ECCCS conference, where you can share your research, gain valuable insights, and contribute to the advancement of this dynamic field.