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ICSI2017 will be hosting

The Second Multi-Lateral Workshop on Fracture and Structural Integrity related Issues

Dear Colleague,

On behalf of the European Structural Integrity Society (ESIS) Portuguese National Committee we have the pleasure to extend a warm welcome to everyone planning to attend the 2nd International Conference on Structural Integrity (ICSI2017). The second ICSI conference will take place on the beautiful Madeira Island, Portugal on 4 – 7 September 2017.

ICSI focuses on all aspects and scales of structural integrity thematic. This ranges from basics to future trends, with special emphasis on multi-scale and multi-physics approaches, and applications to new materials and challenging environments. The conference proceedings will be published with open-access by Elsevier’s Procedia Structural Integrity before the event starts, and also a set of selected papers will be published in one of Elsevier top journals, International Journal of Fatigue and Engineering Failure Analysis.

In 2017 ICSI is honoured to host The Second Multi-Lateral Workshop on Fracture and Structural Integrity related Issues, currently organized jointly by Portuguese, Spanish and Italian groups on fracture. This is an important event on the domain of fracture and structural integrity that started out two years ago in Catania under the auspices of these three groups of southern Europe. The workshop is meant to increase the level of cooperation amongst the groups themselves, and the prominence of the research work on fracture and structural integrity related issues done in this part of Europe.

The conference will be a forum for discussion of current trends of research in structural integrity, in aeronautics and space, but also in other sectors of engineering where structural integrity is a key concern. Aim and Topics The conference topics include but are not limited to:

Coating Technology

Damage Tolerance

Design and Structural Assessment


Environmental Effects

Fracture Analysis

Joining Technologies

Nanomechanics and Nanomaterials

Non-destructive testing/inspection

Numerical modelling

Repair Technologies

Structural Ageing

Structural Health Monitoring

Structural Integrity

Surface Engineering


Please contact: Pedro M. G. P. Moreira

Phone: +351 22 041  4902

Email :

We are looking forward to hearing from you.


Pedro Moreira, Paulo Tavares, and Manuel Freitas

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