Provisional Program for Fatigue 2007
The Engineering Integrity Society has announced the Provisional Program for Fatigue 2007, Fatigue and Durability Assessment of Materials, Components and Structures.
The three-day conference to be held March 26th – 28th, at Queens’ College, Cambridge, UK, offers a varied and highly technical programme of papers and research from world experts in the field.
Confirmed Plenary and Keynote speakers are: Prof Paul Bowen, (University of Birmingham, UK); Prof Jean-Louis Chaboche (ONERA, France); Prof Gregorz Glinka (University of Waterloo, Canada); Prof Trevor Lindley, (Imperial College London, UK); R Sunder (BiSS Research, India); Darrell Socie (University of Illinois, USA); John Evans (University of Wales Swansea, UK); Robert Ritchie (University of California, Berkeley, USA).
“The caliber of the papers has allowed us to pull together an exciting program of presentations from key personnel working and studying in the aerospace, marine, land based transport, manufacturing and materials processing sectors. This promises to be our most successful and expansive fatigue conference yet,” said convenor, Martin Bache.
The conference is sponsored by Instron, Safe Technology, TWI and nCode International and co-sponsored by Institute of Physics, IMechE and Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining.
The Engineering Integrity Society is a UK based organisation promoting the academic and social advancement of engineering. These aims are achieved through regular technical seminars, conferences and meetings to review current engineering practice within the academic and industrial environment.
The Provisional Program and booking form are available online at