We are pleased to announce the 13thInternational Conference on Vibration Problems (ICOVP-2017) to be held jointly by Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India and IŞIK University, Istanbul Turkey. The venue is Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, Assam, India from 29th November - 2nd December, 2017. The Department of Civil Engineering of co-organizing universities welcomes young researchers around the world and offers the opportunity as an international stage to be familiar with the current developments in their respective fields of research. We believe that ICOVP-2017will have a significant impact on the development of contemporary analytical, numerical and experimental methods in vibration problems, and also to have the opportunity of opening a forum for discussion and collaboration amongst the participants. Guwahati is a beautiful city situated beside the mighty Brahmaputra River with pleasant weather round the year, and cherishes the beautiful migratory birds during winters. Dear participants! In addition to enriching your scientific knowledge through your active participation in ICOVP-2017, enjoy the warmth of the scientific gathering to your heart's content and enjoy your stay here. We are looking forward to receive you in Guwahati.
First ICOVP was held during October 27-30, 1990 at A.C. College, Jalpaiguri, under the co-Chairmanship of two scientists, namely, Professor M. M. Banerjee from the host Institution and Professor P. Biswas from the sister organization, A. C. College of Commerce, in the name of “International Conference on Vibration Problems of Mathematics and Physics”. The title of the Conference was changed to the present one during the third conference.
The Conferences of these series are:
1. ICOVP-1990, 20-23 October-1990, A.C. College, Jalpaiguri-India,
2. ICOVP-1993, 4-7 November 1993, A.C. College, Jalpaiguri-India,
3. ICOVP-1996, 27-29 November 1996, University of North Bengal, India,
4. ICOVP-1999, 27-30 November 1999, Jadavpur University, West Bengal, India,
5. ICOVP-2001, 8-10 October 2001, (IMASH), Moscow, Russia,
6. ICOVP-2003, 8-12 September 2003, Tech. Univ. of Liberec, Czech Republic,
7. ICOVP-2005, 5-9 September 2005, Işık University, Şile, İstanbul, Turkey,
8. ICOVP-2007, 1-3 February 2007, Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur, West Bengal, India.
9. ICOVP-2009, 19-22 January, 2009, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, India.
10. ICOVP-2011, 5-8 September, 2011, Technical University of Liberec, Prague (Czech Republic).
11. ICOVP-2013, 9-12 September, 2013, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa Lisbon, Portugal.
12. ICOVP-2015, 14-17 December 2015, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, 781039 India.
13. ICOVP - 2017, 29thNovember - 2ndDecember, 2017, hosted jointly, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, Guwahati, India and Işık University, İstanbul, Turkey.
As with the earlier Conferences of the ICOVP series, the purpose of ICOVP-2017 will be to bring together scientists with different backgrounds, actively working on vibration problems of engineering both in theoretical and applied fields.
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati is the sixth member of the IIT fraternity and established in 1994. IIT-Guwahati is ranked 14th among 20 institutions classed as the world's best small universities in the latest Times Higher Education (THE) rankings 2016.The campus is on a sprawling 285 hectares plot of land on the north bank of the river Brahmaputra, around 20 kilometres from the heart of the city. With the majestic Brahmaputra on one side, and hills on other side, greenery, indigenous flowers, migratory birds and pleasant weather, make the campus an ideal place for learning with a peace of mind. The institute has all required facilities like health center, students, hostels, faculty and staff quarters, guest house, library, computer center, sports facilities, canteens etc. There are a number of three star hotels in Guwahati city that are located within proximity of 10 kilometres from the institute. The Guwahati city is well connected to all major cities like Chennai, Kolkata, New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and other metro cities through air, road, and rail. The institute is located at about 25 kilometres from airport and railway station. The weather is generally pleasant in December reaching 10 degree Centigrade during night time. The place serves as a well-connected link with other beautiful tourist places like Shillong hill station, Cherrapunji, the highest rainfall in the world, Kaziranga national wildlife park and Brahmaputra river. Besides this, well known tourist sites in the Eastern Himalayas are well connected by Air/rail from Guwahati city.
HOW TO REACH
Guwahati, which is the gateway for North East India, is well connected by air, rail and road with the rest of the country. There are direct air services from/to Mumbai, New Delhi and Kolkata with connectivity to all major cities in the country. Direct train services are available from/to all major metropolis and cities in the country.The Institute is located on the outskirts of the city of Guwahati and can be reached conveniently. It is around 20 km from the main city and drive of around 35 minutes from the airport/railway station. To reach the IIT Guwahati campus from the airport, railway station or any other part of Guwahati city all modes of transport are available.
Topic 1: Vibration problems in continuum, wave mechanics and wave propagation, Topic 2: Under water shock waves (Tsunami), Topic 3: Vibrations due to solid / liquid phase interaction, Topic 4: Vibration problems in structural dynamics, damage mechanics, composite materials and fracture mechanics, Topic 5: Vibrations of transport systems, Topic 6: Computational methods in vibration problems and wave mechanics, Topic 7: Vibration problems in earthquake engineering, impact and wind loading, Topic 8: Vibrations of granular materials, Topic 9: Vibration control, uncertainty quantification and reliability analysis of dynamic structures, Topic 10: Vibration problems associated with nuclear power reactors, Topic 11: Measurement diagnostics in vibration, Topic 12: Dynamics of rotating systems, structural health monitoring, Topic 13: Other topics related to vibration problems in engineering science.
|1||April 30, 2017||Last date for extended abstracts submission|
|2||May 30, 2017||Intimation of abstract acceptance|
|3||June 15, 2017||Early bird registration|
|4||July 31, 2017||Full length paper submission|
|5||August 31, 2017||Intimation of paper acceptance|
|6||September 15, 2017||Camera ready paper submission|
15 June, 2017
15 June, 2017
|Students (India)||3500 INR||4000 INR|
|Others (India)||6000 INR||8000 INR|
|SAARC Countries||USD 125||USD 150|
|Students (Turks)||USD 250||USD 300|
|Others (Turks)||USD 300||USD 450|
|USD 300||USD 350|
|Other Countries||USD 450||USD 500|
|Industries||10,000 INR||12,000 INR|
NB: Registration fee includes Conference Kit, Refreshments, Lunch and Banquet. Registration fee for each additional paper is Rs. 1,500.00/_.
Bank Account Details
|BANK NAME||STATE BANK OF INDIA|
|BRANCH NAME||IIT GUWAHATI|
|CURRENT ACCOUNT NUMBER||36602035660|
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• Based on reviewers’ comments manuscripts will be considered for oral or poster presentation.
• Selected papers will be published as a special issue of TWMS Journal of Applied and Engineering Mathematics (Template File)
• Best paper award will be given for both oral and poster presentations in each session.
• Papers submitted before 16th September 2017 will only be considered for publication.
• All full length papers will be distributed during the conference on a CD.
Format of extended abstract Sample for abstracts
Format of full length paper Sample for Full paper
ICOVP Local Organization Committee
Prof. Gautam Biswas
Director, IIT Guwahati
Prof. Subashisa Dutta
Prof. Esin İNAN
Dr. Arunasis Chakraborty
Dr. Cihan Bayindir
Işık University, Turkey
Dr. Sandip Das
International Scientific Committee
Antar N. (Istanbul, Turkey)
Aran A. (Istanbul, Turkey)
Aşkar A. (Istanbul, Turkey)
Awrejcewicz J. (Łódź, Poland)
Bandyopadhyay A. (NIMS, Japan)
Banerjee M. (Asansol, India)
Banerjee R. (London, UK)
Basu U. (Calcutta, INDIA)
Bayındır C. (Istanbul, Turkey)
Reddy G. R. (Bahabha, Mumbai, India)
Biswas P. (Calcutta, India)
Chakraverty S. (Rourkela, India)
Cheng L. (Kowloon, Hong Kong)
Demiray H. (Chairman of ISC, Istanbul, Turkey)
Demirkol M. (Istanbul, Turkey)
Dost S. (Victoria, Canada)
Dupal J. (Plzeň, Czech Republic)
Engin H. (Istanbul, Turkey)
Erdik M. (Istanbul, Turkey)
Haiyan H. (Duke University, USA)
Hikihara T. (Kyoto, Japan)
İnan E. (Istanbul, Turkey)
Horacek J. (Prague, Czech Republic)
Kaneko S. (Tokyo, Japan)
Kaplunov J. (Keele Univesity, UK)
Karadoğan F. (Istanbul, Turkey)
Kırış A. (Istanbul, Turkey)
Luş H. (İstanbul, Turkey)
Marvalova B. (Prague, Czech Republic)
Mottershead J. (Liverpool, UK)
Movchan A. (Liverpool, UK)
Naprstek J. (Prague, Czech Republic)
Narayanan S. (Madras, India)
Nicolet A. (Marseille, France)
Pandian S. (Trivandrum, India)
Pesek J. (Prague, Czech Republic)
Pompo J. (Edinburg, UK)
Sinha J. K. (Manchester UK)
Şafak E. (Istanbul, Turkey)
Zolla F. (Marseille, France)
|Designation & Affiliation||Title|
Prof. T. K. Datta
Former Emeritus Professor,
Department of Civil Engineering
|To be communicated soon|
Dr. K. Renji
Group Director, Advance Technology Development Group, ISRO
|An overview of structural dynamics in spacecraft|
Dr. V. K. Dadhwal
Director, Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology, Thiruvananthapuram
|To be communicated soon|
|Name||Designation & Affiliation||Title|
Prof. M. V. Shitikova
|Professor, Research Center on Dynamics of Solids and Structures, Voronezh State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Voronezh Russia||Fractional Calculus In Dynamics Of Solids And Structures And Professor Yury Rossikhin Contribution In The Field|
Prof. A. Aran
|Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Işik University, Turkey||Life Prediction Methods in Vibration Fatigues|
Prof. F. Karadogan
|Professor, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey||Experimental and Analytical Approach to Non-linear Behavior of a Simple Energy Dissipater Subjected to Dynamic Excitations|
Prof. T. Hayashi
Professor, Center for South East Asian Studies Kyoto
President, Meteorological System Technology Association of Japan
|Wavelet Analysis Of Wind Velocity Fluctuations And Momentum Transport In The Atmospheric Surface Layer|
Prof. S. Sriram
|Associate Professor, Research Chair Civil and Environmental Engineering University of Waterloo, Canada||Bridging The Gap Between Measurements And Health Of Infrastructure|
Prof. A. Chatterjee
Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering,
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
|A Two-State Hysteresis Model Obtained From A High-Dimensional Frictional System|
Prof. G. R. Reddy
|Head, Structural and Seismic Engineering section, Reactor Safety Division, BARC, Mumbai||Passive Response Control Of Structures And Equipment Subjected To Dynamic Loading|
Prof. D. Roy
|Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore||Recovering Visco-Elastic Properties In Soft-Tissues From Localized Vibro-Acoustic Signatures|
Prof. D. Roy Mahapatra
Associate Professor, Department of Aerospace
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
|Structural Health Monitoring With Ultrasonic Guided Wave|
Prof. S. Chakraborty
|Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Engineering, Science and Technology, Shibpur||Meta-modelling Approaches In Seismic Reliability Analysis Of Structures|
Prof. R. K. Padhi
|Professor, Dept. of Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore||Active Vibration Control Of Nonlinear Structures Using Optimal Dynamic Inversion With Experimental Validation|
Dr. S. Barad
|Scientist, Gas Turbine Research Establishment, Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO), Bengaluru||Doctoring The 'Man-Made' Systems|
Prof. S. K. Khijwania
|Professor, Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati||To be communicated soon|
Prof. S. K. Dwivedy
|Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati||To be communicated soon|
Prof. S. Bhalla
|Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi||Tapping Structural Vibrations for Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting: Potential & Path Forward|
|Name||Designation & Affiliation||Title|
Prof. A. (Dey) Ghosh
|Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Engineering, Science and Technology, Shibpur||Modified Configurations Of The Tuned Liquid Column Damper With Focus On Applicability To Short Period Structures|
Prof. S. K. Deb
|Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati||Seismic Performance Evaluation Of Prototype Un-Bonded Fibre Reinforced Elastomeric Isolator|
Prof. A. Datta
|Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati||Application Of HyFRC For Improved Seismic Performance Of Civil Structures|
Dr. S. Gupta
|Associate Professor, Department of Applied Mechanics, Indian Institute of Technology Madras||The Effect Of Noise On Vibro-Impact Systems|
Dr. S. Sarkar
|Associate Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Madras||Vibration And Fluid Structure Interaction Problem Of Bio-Mimetic Flapping Wings|
Dr. S. Ray Chaudhuri
|Associate professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur||Detection of Damage in Multiple Elements of a Structure with Noisy Measurements Employing Bayesian Framework|
Dr. S. Bannerjee
|Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay||Vibration Based Health Monitoring of Steel Plane Frames & Stiffened Plate Structures|
Dr. S. Dey
|Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Institute of Technology, Silchar||Uncertainty Quantification - A state of the art for composite structures|
Prof. A. Nayak
|Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology, Burla||Vibration of Laminated Composite Stiffened Shells|
It is great pleasure to invite you to organize a mini symposium on your research subject related to the conference topics within ICOVP 2017.
To organize a Mini-Symposium, you should find at least six registrations. If you agree, please register yourself also as a Mini-Symposium Organizer and fill the Mini-Symposium Submission form.
The advantages and the responsibilities of an organizer:
− 30 minutes (20+10) minutes presentation.
− %50 discount on conference fee at early registration.
− Review process and format control of submitted manuscripts to your Mini-Symposium.
− Invitation other papers to your Mini-Symposium.
− Uploading the signed copyright transfer forms of each paper in PDF format.