This is the Fourteenth Conference in the Computational Structures Technology series that commenced in 1991.
Previous venues for the conference have included: Budapest, Edinburgh, Prague, Leuven, Lisbon, Gran Canaria, Athens, Valencia, Dubrovnik, Naples and Sitges, Barcelona.
The conference is concerned
with the application of the latest computational technology to structural mechanics and engineering. Computational
Technology encompasses both the latest hardware and software developments as well as algorithmic and theoretical techniques.
The conference is also concerned with both theoretical, mathematical and scientific developments as well as applications of
established technology to new domains. The word 'structures' is interpreted in its widest sense.
The conference runs concurrently with the
Eleventh International Conference
on Engineering Computational Technology.
Participants may attend sessions from either conference.
The conference opening lecture will commence at 9am on Tuesday 1st September 2020.
A number of special sessions will be organised at this Conference. If you wish to
participate in a special session please indicate this when you submit your paper proposal.
Over the coming months the list of special sessions will
gradually grow. Please visit this page regularly to keep up to date.
The list of special sessions is being assembled. Proposals for the
organisation of a special session on your specialist topic including six or more papers are welcome.
Proposals for special sessions may be sent to
the conference editor via: conf2018
Over the coming months the list of special sessions will gradually grow. Please visit this page regularly to keep up to date.
Conference Editorial Board
The Conference Editors are Professor B.H.V. Topping (University of Pécs, Hungary and Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, UK) and Professor J. Kruis (Czech Technical University of Prague, Czech Republic)
The Editorial Board for this conference is being assembled.
Papers presented at the CST2020 conference are eligible for submission to a special issue of the International Journal Computers and Structures
after the conference. The details of the submission procedures will be given at the conference. The review process and submission process will start in October 2020.
Elsevier is responsible for all registrations and other financial matters. For registration fees and other related matters please see the Elsevier website.
The venue for the conference is the
Palau de Congressos de Palma, Mallorca, Spain.
All presentations, lunches and coffees will be at this location.
Accommodation is available at the
Melia Palma Bay Hotel, Mallorca, Spain.
Further details about hotel bookings will be available on the Elsevier site soon.
Please check with your travel agent or the Spanish Embassy in your country whether you require a visa to enter Spain. Please remember that it is your responsibility to obtain the visa in good time. If you require a letter of invitation, please submit your paper extended abstract soon.