Network Managers resource

Led by Dr Samantha Kanza, AI3SD Network , this resource has been produced by a group of diverse research management professionals, representing different disciplines and organisations to aid Network Managers and Investigators in the creation and management of research communities. We have drawn together our collective experience in managing different aspects of these Network+ to … Continue reading Network Managers resource

Learning from the Network of Networks Community Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Survey 2021

The Networks came together over the summer of 2021 and over 260 people completed our survey so we can understand more about our community and how we can be more supportive, particularly as Covid restrictions ease. This is the summary and findings presented at the Network of Networks meeting in October 2021. If you have any questions … Continue reading Learning from the Network of Networks Community Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Survey 2021

Call for abstracts – Annual Conference of the UK Association for Computational Mechanics (UKACM 2022)

Annual Conference of the UK Association for Computational Mechanics (UKACM 2022), which will be organised as an in-person event at The University of Nottingham from 20th to 22nd of April 2022. Abstract submission The abstract submission system is now open and templates for submitting a 1-page abstract are available at LINK or use the QR … Continue reading Call for abstracts – Annual Conference of the UK Association for Computational Mechanics (UKACM 2022)

Submit a contribution to the mini-symposium 1003:

“Modeling, Simulation and Optimization of Functional Materials and Advanced Manufacturing” within the 15th World Congress on Computational Mechanics & 8th Asian Pacific Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM-APCOM 2022), that will take place in Yokohama, Japan, July 31 to August 5, 2022. This mini-symposium is intended to cover the latest advances in simulation-based design for the 3D printing of functional … Continue reading Submit a contribution to the mini-symposium 1003: