Fatigue 2014 - Call for Abstracts

The Fatigue 2014 Conference will be the eleventh in a series of international conferences held since 1981 covering all aspects of fatigue of materials, components, vehicles and structures. The conference will be held at the world-renowned Melbourne Cricket Ground. All papers will be reviewed and published, and will be available at the conference.

Melbourne is a centre for many of Australia's leading engineering and scientific industries, as well as world class scientific research organisations. The Congress will allow opportunities for delegates and students to forge links with these organisations.

Melbourne ranked first out of a list of 140 cities in the 2011 Global Liveability Survey, and has been selected as the World's Most Liveable City three times since 2002. It provides the perfect location from which you can explore Australia and New Zealand, as well as major attractions such as the Great Ocean Road, Yarra Valley wineries, Phillip Island. Melbourne provides a wide range of accommodation, covering all price ranges, and the conference committee intends to promote opportunities for student attendance by identifying affordable accommodation. The committee will also help delegates who wish to extend their conference attendance to allow visits to the many outstanding attractions in Australia and New Zealand, as well as local attractions.

Call for Abstracts
Abstracts are invited for oral and poster presentations at the Fatigue 2014 Congress. The abstract should be a maximum of 250 words and can only be submitted online. Visit for more information regarding the format of abstracts. Submissions must be lodged no later than 1 June 2013.

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