7th International Conference on Fatigue Damage of Structural Materials

September 24, 2007

Oxford, 24 September 2007 - Elsevier, world-leading publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services is pleased to announce that it will hold the Seventh International Conference on Fatigue Damage of Structural Materials on 14-19 September 2008. International experts will be joining together to discuss advances in the fundamental understanding of fatigue damage and to explore and promote innovations in analysis, prediction and theoretical treatment and experimental characterization of fatigue damage. The 2008 conference will be taking place in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA.

The Seventh International Conference on Fatigue Damage of Structural Materials will provide a forum for the exploration of all matters pertinent to the analysis and prediction of fatigue damage of structural materials across the world. The traditional and well-received single oral presentations will allow sufficient time for follow up discussions, friendly debate and relaxed participation.

To be part of this conference or to submit your findings in fatigue damage of materials and present at the 2008 conference visit http://www.fatiguedamage.elsevier.com/. The closing date for abstract submissions is 28 November 2007.
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