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We plan to have about 50 Lectures and Posters presentation which will be contained in the Book of Proceeding of the conference.
We will receive the written contributions (papers) before the beginning of conference in order to distribute the Proceedings to the participants directly at the conference desk.
Both engineering and scientific aspects of residual stress are considered, including: the influence of residuals stress on the physical and mechanical properties of materials; complementary techniques for residual stress measurement; stress-induced damage evaluation; and numerical techniques for the prediction of residual stress development in components.
New alloy systems with potential to supersede nickel based superalloys are being extensively studied by many research groups worldwide. This conference will bring together these research groups to present the latest developments in developing such new alloys.
The conference will be restricted to metallic and intermetallic materials. The conference will not cover ceramic materials or ceramic matrix composites.
Parallel to this, topical workshops will be held. The workshops should especially help young scientists to broaden their views and to stimulate new ideas. One of such workshops will be devoted to demonstrating the route from fundamental science to the realisation in industrial practice.
Last updated: 30 October 2096