Churchill College, Cambridge
The development of novel and smart infrastructure materials, driven by the desire to reduce the costs of their maintenance and their significant environmental impact, is attracting the attention of researchers, academics, industrialists and policy makers across the world. Infrastructure materials with self-sensing, self-healing and self-adapting capabilities, and tailored materials such as engineered cementitious composites are just a few examples of the research areas that are of interest. The scope of the conference encompasses research, innovation, design and implementation. In particular, the conference will include a number of dedicated sessions on biomimetic materials that have the ability to self-sense, self-immunise, self-heal, self-repair and self-adapt.
Call for abstract submissions ends 30 October 2020