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The objectives of Structural Membranes 2015 are to collect and disseminate state-of-the-art research and technology for design, analysis, construction and maintenance of textile and inflatable structures. The conference will address both the theoretical bases for structural analysis and the numerical algorithms necessary for efficient and robust computer implementation. A significant part of the conference will be devoted to discuss advances in new textile composites for applications in membrane and inflatable structures, as well as in innovative design, construction and maintenance procedures.

In summary, Structural Membranes 2015 aims to be a forum for discussing recent progress and identifying future research directions in the field of textile composites and inflatable structures.

Visit their website: Membranes 2015
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Ruy Marcelo de Oliveira Pauletti, "TAUT STRUCTURES – some Basic Ideas on the Behavior and the Analysis of Cable and Membrane Structures"

Speaker: Ruy Marcelo de Oliveira Pauletti USP São Paulo, BrazilTitle: TAUT STRUCTURES &n...
Knut Göppert, "Lightweight - The only real solution for sustainable structures"

Speaker: Knut Göppert Schlaich Bergermann und Partner, GermanyTitle: Lightweight - Th...
Jürgen Hennicke, "FREI OTTO - Finding the Form"

Speaker: Jürgen Hennicke ILEK, Stuttgart, GermanyTitle: FREI OTTO - Finding the Form
Javier Marcipar, "Inflatable Structures: Challenges and Opportunities"

Speaker: Javier Marcipar Buildair, SpainTitle: Inflatable Structures: Challenges and Opportunities
Massimo Majowiecki, "Wide Membrane Enclosures:Personal Experiences"

Speaker: Massimo Majowiecki DICAM - University of Bologna, ItalyTitle: Wide Membrane Enclosures...
Arno Pronk, "Funicular Ice Architecture"

Speaker: Arno Pronk Technical University Eindhoven, The NetherlandsTitle: Funicular Ice Archite...
Rosemary Wagner, "Cable Nets as Landscaping Structures to Walk On"

Speaker: Rosemary Wagner KIT Karlsruhe, GermanyTitle: Cable Nets as Landscaping Structures to W...
Chris J. K. Williams, "Wind Generated Waves on Fabric Structures"

Speaker: Chris J. K. Williams University of Bath, UKTitle: Wind Generated Waves on Fabric Structures
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