Join us now in our symposium!
Due to COVID-19 outbreak and travel bans, our FGM conference is postponed to August 8-11, 2021.
The 16th International Symposium on Functionally Graded Materials, August 8-11, 2021 is held in Hartford Marriott Downtown, Hartford, Connecticut, USA.
Notice for Abstract Acceptance: April 1, 2021
Early Registration ($700, student:$350): April 15, 2021
Regular Registration ($750, student:$375): July 1, 2021
On-site Registration ($800, student:$400): August 8-11, 2021
Call for Abstracts
- Contributors are invited for oral presentation. However, students and young researchers (35 years or less as of December 31, 2021) are eligible for both oral and poster presentations.
- Poster session will be held from 3 pm to 5 pm on August 9, 2021.
- Contributions are invited for oral and poster presentations on the following aspects of FGMs: Manufacturing, Additive Manufacturing, Design and characterization, Modeling & simulation, Nano-FGMs, Functional materials, Multiscale multiphysics modeling, Topology optimization, Homogenization, Nano, micro and meso-scale modeling, Computational techniques, Fracture characterization.
- For information on the abstract for both of these presentations, click:
Mini-Symposium(MS) Proposals (for MS organizers only)
Proposals are invited for organizing Mini-symposia at the FGM 2021 Conference. Each mini-symposium (MS) will be allocated 5 talks and 100 minutes. MS organizers can invite keynote lecture(s) for their symposia.
Prof. Jeongho Kim, Department of Civil & Env. Engineering, University of Connecticut.
Prof. Alok Sutradhar, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Ohio State University
Prof. Huiming Yin, Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, Columbia University
Prof. Yu Zhang, Department of Biomaterials, New York University
Prof. Marek Pindera, Department of Civil & Env. Engineering, University of Virginia
Prof. Glaucio Paulino, School of Civil & Env. Eng, Georgia Institute of Technology
Local technical Committee:
Prof. Jeongho Kim, Department of Civil & Env. Engineering, University of Connecticut
Prof. Dianyun Zhang, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Connecticut
Prof. Osama R. Bilal, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Connecticut
Prof. Wei Zhang, Department of Civil & Env. Engineering, University of Connecticut
Prof. Shinae Jang, Department of Civil & Env. Engineering, University of Connecticut