The XIth All-Russian Congress on Basic Problems of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, organized by the Russian National Committee on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics jointly with the Kazan (Volga region) Federal University and the Institute of Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering of the RAS Kazan Scientific Center, will be held in Kazan, under the auspices of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, the Federal Agency for Scientific Organizations, the Government of the Republic of Tatarstan and the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, during August 20-24, 2015. The 3rd All-Russian Scientific School in Mechanics for Young Scientists and the session of the General Assembly of the Russian National Committee on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics will be held in conjunction with the Congress.

Structure of the scientific program of the Congress:

Section I. General and Applied Mechanics

I – 1. Analytical Mechanics and Stability of Motion

I – 2. Control and Optimization of Mechanical Systems

I – 3. Vibrations of Mechanical Systems

I – 4. Mechanics of Systems of Rigid and Deformable Bodies

I – 5. Mechanics of Machines and Robots

I – 6. Symposium: Mechanics of Space Flight

Section II. Fluid Mechanics

II – 1. Hydrodynamics

II – 2. Aerodynamics and Gas Dynamics

II – 3. Flow Stability and Turbulence

II – 4. Physico-Chemical Mechanics of Continua

II – 5. Mechanics of Multiphase Media

Section III. Mechanics of Deformable Solids

III – 1. Theory of Easticity and Viscoelasticity

III – 2. Theory of Plasticity and Creep

III – 3. Dynamic Processes in Deformable Media

III – 4. Fracture and Damage Mechanics

III – 5. Mechanics of Contact Interaction

III – 6. Symposium: Structural and Mechanical Properties of Materials

III – 7. Symposium “Problems of Optimization, Identification and Reliability”

Section IV. Multidisciplinary Poblems in Mechanics

IV – 1. Problems of Mesomechanics and Nanomechanics

IV – 2. Biomechanics

IV – 3. Mechanics of Natural Processes

IV – 4. History of Mechanics and Problems of Teaching of Mechanics in

Higher Education

The section sessions will include invited lectures, the subsection sessions will contain oral and poster presentations, accepted by the Organizing Committee from the submitted applications. Each registered participant is allowed to take part only in one presentation.

Submissions for presentations will be accepted by the Organizing Committee till March 16, 2015. They have to be presented in the form published on the Congress website and include an abstract up to 500 characters and a short version of the paper on 2 pages of A4 format. Abstracts of accepted papers will be published in the Book of abstracts; papers will be published on Congress website and on CD in PDF format.