Congress contents

General topics

Section I. Theoretical and applied mechanics
Section II. Fluid Mechanics
Section III. Solid mechanics

I-1. Analytical mechanics and dynamic [motion] stability
I-2. Mechanical system optimization and control
I-3. Vibrations of mechanical systems
I-4. Mechanics of systems of rigid and deformable bodies
I-5. Space flight mechanics
I-6. Mechanics of machines and robots

II-1. Theoretical and applied hydrodynamics
II-2. Theoretical and applied gas dynamics
II-3. Hydrodynamic instability and turbulence
II-4. Physicochemical fluid dynamics
II-4a. Combustion and detonation
II-5. Hydrodynamics of multiphase media
II-6. Hydromechanical problems in microgravity

III-1. Elasticity and viscoelasticity theory
III-2. Plasticity and creep theory
III-3. Waves in continua
III-4. Fracture and damage mechanics
III-5. Structural mechanics
III-6. Nonclassical models of solid mechanics

Particular topics

In the frame of the Congress four special sections will be organized:

IV-1. Biomechanics.
IV-2. Mechanical problems of natural processes
IV-3. Mechanics of technological processes (invited papers only)
IV-4. Teaching and history of mechanics
IV-5. Perspective computing technologies in mechanics


I-1. Analytical mechanics and dynamic [motion] stability

I-2. Mechanical system optimization and control

I-3. Vibrations of mechanical systems

I-4. Mechanics of systems of rigid and deformable bodies

I-5. Space flight mechanics

I-6. Mechanics of machines and robots

II-1. Theoretical and applied hydrodynamics

II-2. Theoretical and applied gas dynamics

II-3. Hydrodynamic instability and turbulence

II-4. Physicochemical fluid dynamics

II-4a. Combustion and detonation

II-5. Hydrodynamics of multiphase media

II-6. Hydromechanical problems in microgravity

III-1. Elasticity and viscoelasticity theory
III-2. Plasticity and creep theory
III-3. Waves in continua
III-4. Fracture and damage mechanics
III-5. Structural mechanics
III-6. Nonclassical models of solid mechanics
IV-I. Biomechanics.
IV-2. Mechanical problems of natural processes
IV-3. Mechanics of technological processes (invited papers only)
IV-4. Teaching and history of mechanics
IV-5. Perspective computing technologies in mechanics