Nov 22 2018
Make Our Planet Great Again 2018
High-level collaboration on climate science between MIT and France
The biggest researchers in climate science from MIT and France gathered in Paris in May 2018 to launch a high-level collaboration: the "France-MIT Climate Program." This initiative is led by Professor Hervé Le Treut, director of the Institute Pierre Simon Laplace (IPSL), for France and by Professor Ronald Prinn for MIT. The inaugural workshop laid the foundation for this collaboration centered around a few targeted scientific subjects, in the presence of representatives from the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs (MEAE) and the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation (MESRI). A second workshop will take place in November 2018.
May 29 2018
Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference
May 29 – June 1, 2018 MIT
EMI 2018 Website
Dear Friends and Colleagues
It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to the campus of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, site of the Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference 2018 (EMI 2018) co-organized by M.I.T., C.N.R.S and the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth. The 2018 EMI conference stays true to its long-standing tradition as the prime venue worldwide for disseminating the most recent progress in Engineering Mechanics as the core discipline of science-enabled Civil Engineering understood in the broadest sense. We are grateful to the international scientific committee for their hard and timely peer review that l...Read More
May 24 2015
The Fifth International Symposium on Nanotechnology in Construction (NICOM5)
May 24 and May 26, 2015 Chicago
May 27 2014 to May 30 2014
Last call for abstracts
I would like to bring to your attention the Sixth International Conference on Porous Media and the Annual Meeting of the International Society for Porous Media (InterPore.org) which will be held in Milwaukee, 27-30 May 2014. InterPore is a young society established in 2008, as an international forum for natural and industrial porous media science and technology. Its aim is to advance and disseminate knowledge for the understanding, description, and modeling of natural and industrial porous media systems. In particular, application of knowledge and research methodologies from soil science and geosciences to other porous media (biological tissues and plants, fuel cells, concrete, textiles, polymer composites, filters, paper, wood, absorbents, etc. etc.) has been the focus of our activities.