Fourth International Conference on Recent Advances in Nonlinear Mechanics
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The conference series entitled Recent Advances in Nonlinear Mechanics (RANM) is designed to gather leading researchers from three major areas of mechanics, namely, dynamics, fluids and materials. We are interested in both fundamental and applied problems, where nonlinearities or nonlinear interactions play major roles.
Conference series has been founded by Marian Wiercigroch from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK. The first conference Conference was held in Aberdeen in August 2005, while the second RANM conference was organized in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in August 2009 by Ko-Choong Woo of the University of Nottingham in Kuala Lumpur. The third edition took place in Harbin, China in January of 2014, and was organized by Qingjie Cao of the Harbin Institute of Technology.
The fourth RANM conference will be held in Lodz in May 2019 and will hosted by Lodz University of Technology (TUL), which is one of the top ten Technical Universities in Poland. The University's mission is to discover and convey the truth and knowledge by performing modern scientific research, as well as to educate new generations of students and scientists. TUL focuses on creativity, openness and professionalism, which allows it to keep the status of an innovative academic and scientific center.
Lodz is a modern dynamic city with a population of around one milion. At the end of 19th century, it was one of the main centres of the textile industry in the country. It was here where the best craftsmen arrived, developing the industry by opening their factories and manufactories, which are nowadays visible in almost every corner of the city. This is the place, where one of the longest shopping streets in Europe is located (Piotrkowska Street), and this is the land the Nobel Prize winner Władysław Reymont has written about in his novel ‘Ziemia Obiecana’ (‘The Promised Land’), indicating the possibilities, but also the threats of capitalism. Nowadays, almost 600 years since granting the city rights, Lodz is continuously developing, focusing on modern technologies, innovative industry and raising the standard of living of its residents.
Local Organizing Committee
Przemysław Perlikowski (chair), Serhii Brezetskyi, Barbara Błażejczyk-Okolewska, Piotr Brzeski, Dawid Dudkowski, Teodora Kopacka, Andrzej Stefański, Jerzy Wojewoda (Conference Secretary)
Bala Balachandran (College Park)
Soumitro Banerjee (Kolkata)
Barbara Blazejczyk-Okolewska (Lodz)
Miha Boltezar (Ljubljana)
John Brindley (Leeds)
Qingjie Cao (Harbin)
Matthew Cartmell (Glasgow)
Anindya Chaterjee (Kanpur)
Guanrong Chen (Hong Kong)
Syamal K. Dana (Kolkata)
Emmanuel Detournay (Minneapolis)
Zuzana Dimitrovová (Lisbon)
Dan Dubina (Timisoara)
Ulrike Feudel (Oldenburg)
Paulo Goncalves (Rio de Janeiro)
Sayan Gupta (Madras)
Katica R. (Stevanović) Hedrih (Belgrade, Nis)
Takashi Hikihara (Kyoto)
Haiyan Hu (Beijing)
Mike Jeffrey (Bristol)
Tomasz Kapitaniak (Lodz)
Maria Kotełko (Lodz)
Tomasz Kubiak (Lodz)
Jügen Kurths (Postdam)
Stefano Lenci (Ancona)
Grzegorz Litak (Lublin)
Caishan Liu (Beijing)
Lifeng Ma (Xi’an)
Yuri Maistrenko (Kiev)
Radosław Mania (Lodz)
Ewa Magnucka-Blandzi (Poznań)
Jerzy Małachowski (Warszawa)
Emil Manoach (Sofia)
Carlos Mazzilli (Sao Paulo)
Yuri Mikhlin (Kharkov)
John Mottershead (Liverpool)
Tom Mullin (Manchester)
Vladimir Nikora (Aberdeen)
Wieslaw Ostachowicz (Gdansk)
Ekaterina Pavlovskaia (Aberdeen)
Przemysław Perlikowski (Lodz)
Awadhesh Prasad (Delhi)
Giuseppe Rega (Rome)
Pedro Ribeiro (Porto)
Tomasz Sadowski (Lublin)
Ilmar Santos (Lyngby)
Marcelo Savi (Rio de Janeiro)
Janko Slavic (Ljubljana)
Wieslaw Staszewski (Krakow)
Andrzej Stefański (Lodz)
Viorel Ungureanu (Timisoara)
Pankaj Wahi (Kanpur)
Jerzy Warminski (Lublin)
Marian Wiercigroch (Aberdeen)
Jerzy Wojewoda (Lodz)
Ko-Choong Woo (Kuala Lumpur)
Serhiy Yanchuk (Berlin)
Daniil Yurchenko (Edinburgh)
Slawomir Zolkiewski (Gliwice)
Please submit abstract via email: email@example.com
Please provide in email paper title, name of presenting Author, type of presentation (oral or poster) and Symposium or Session you selected.
|15/09/2018||Beginning of abstract submission|
|05/02/2019||Abstract submission deadline|
|15/02/2019||Early registration deadline|
|Early Bird Registration before 15 February 2019|
|Accompanying Person**||EUR 200|
|Late Registration after 15 February 2019|
|Accompanying Person**||EUR 250|
|Accompanying Person**||EUR 250|
|The registration fee will cover the registration pack (a book of abstracts, coffee breaks, lunches, welcome reception and conference banquet and the half-day excursion.
The Registration Fee for the Conference should be transfered to the following account:
* PL56 1240 3028 1978 0000 2822 2358, SWIFT code: PKOPPLPW
Address data: Bank PEKAO SA, II Oddział w Łodzi, Ul. Piotrkowska 270, 90-361 ŁÓDŹ
Beneficiary address: Politechnika Lodzka, 90-924 Lodz, ul. Zeromskiego 116, Poland
Reference title: Name Surname of Participant - RANM 07.05-10.05.2019r.
|* Conference banquet not included, ticket can be purchased separately for EUR 60.|
|** The registration fee will cover get together party, the conference banquet, half-day excursion and a full day excursion with lunch.|
|Transport to the Conference location in Lodz by public transport:|
By plane: Poland has a regularly scheduled air service available from over 30 major air centers in Europe, North America and Far East.
Lodz Airport – http://airport.lodz.pl/en/index.html.
The nearest airports:
Warsaw - about 140 km from Lodz, https://www.lotnisko-chopina.pl/en/index.html, then use train to Warszawa Centralna (follow: By train).
Poznan - about 210 km from Lodz, http://www.lotnisko-poznan.pl.
By train: From the main railway stations: Warszawa Centralna or Gdańsk Główny, Kraków Główny, Poznań Główny
to Łódź Fabryczna (the main railway station in Lodz) or Łódź Widzew, Łódź Kaliska, Łódź Chojny.
Train time-table is available here: http://rozklad-pkp.pl/en.
By bus: PKS LODZ - the timetable you can reach at: http://www.pks.lodz.pl/rozklady.html and
Transport to the Symposium Venue in Lodz by car: See the Google map of Poland’s routes.
|We do not have specific contract with any hotel, but we are glad to recommend several hotels nearby (close to the University and Conference place) that have appropriate standard.|
Qubus Hotel: www.qubushotel.com/pl/hotel-lodz/en appr. 15 mins walk.
Hotel DoubleTree by Hilton: www.doubletreelodz.pl/en appr. 23 mins walk.
Holiday Inn Lodz Hotel: hilodz.com/en/location appr. 17 mins walk.
Focus Hotel: www.focushotels.pl/lodz,30.html appr. 27 mins walk.
Hotel Ambasador Centrum Lodz: www.hotelambasador.eu/en/centrum/hotel appr. 33 mins walk.
Novotel Lodz Centrum: www.accorhotels.com/gb/hotel-7830-novotel-lodz-centrum/index.shtml appr. 30 mins walk.
Hotel Tobaco: www.hoteltobaco.pl appr. 33 mins walk.
Walking times according to Google Maps.
You may also find some budget hotels in the area.
Dear participants of RANM,|
It has come to our attention that our invited speakers may have been contacted by companies or individuals claiming to be affiliated with the RANM conference regarding their potential stay at hotels or reserve flight ticket.
The company will send you an email or call you to entice you to purchase rooms or reserve flight ticket. These calls have been to office phones, cell phones, and land lines.
This may be simply scam and fraud attempt!
We have not agreed any official aid for travel or stay here.
The conference will take place in TUL Sports and Education Centre “Sports Bay”