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