2nd Bohemian-Saxon-Silesian Mechanics-Colloquium

BSSThe aim of the „Bohemian-Saxon-Silesian Mechanics-Colloquium” is to bring together colleagues to exchange recent scientific results, to provide a forum for young researchers for first presentations and last not least to improve the personal understanding of all colleagues working in the wide field of mechanics of solids and fluids.

Since we live in the heart of Europe it seems to be a good idea to support the unification of neighbouring countries such as the provinces Bohemia, Saxony and Lower Silesia from the Czech Republic, Germany and Poland.

Organization committee

Fculty of Civil Engineering

Institute of Civil Engineering

Prof. dr hab. inż. Paweł Śniady – dynamics and reliability of mechanics
Prof. dr hab. inż. Piotr Kondera – strength of material, numerical methods
Prof. dr hab. inż. Władysław Mironowicz – structure dynamics
Prof. dr hab. inż. Wojciech Glabisz – numerical methods in mechanics

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Institute of Material Science and Applied Mechanics

Prof. dr hab. inż. Włodzimierz Dudziński – materials science, materials engineering, mechanics
Prof. dr hab. inż. Radosław Iwankiewicz – mechanics, dynamics
Dr hab. inż Jerzy Kaleta – mechanics, experimental mechanics, materials strength, fatigue
Prof. dr hab. inż. Wacław Kasprzak – mechanics, dimensional analysis, dynamics of processes, applied mechanics, computer methods
Prof. dr hab. inż. Maciej Kulisiewicz – machine dynamics, mechanics
Prof. dr hab. inż. Krzysztof Maruszewski – biotechnology chemical science
Prof. dr hab. inż Marek Rybaczuk – physics, mechanics, mathematical modeling
Dr hab. Mieczysław Szata – mechanics, fracture

Institute of Machine Design and Operation

Prof. dr hab. inż. Romuald Będziński – mechanics, biomechanics, experimental mechanics

Program

9:30 – 10:15 visit in Panorama of the Battle of Racławice

10:45 – opening session (welcome adresses)

11:00 – 12:00 first session

  • P. Śniady, W. Zielichowski-Haber Probabilistic analysis of the structures using SFEM.
  • J. Bomba, J. Kaleta Magnetomechanical properties investigation of giant magnetosrtrictive Materials.
  • R. Kutyłowski Topology optimization of continuum structure.
  • M. Rybaczuk, J. Czopor Applications of Movable Cellular Automata theory

12:00 – 12:30 coffee break

12:30 – 13:15 second session

  • J. Kaleta, D. Lewandowski, P. Zając Magnetorheological composites – testing, properties and modeling.
  • D. Bryja Different damping models in forced vibration problem of multi-span suspension bridges.
  • Ł. Maciejewski, W. Myszka Collaboratory.

13:15 – 13:30 conclusion

14:00 lunch