The CISM Course on “TENSEGRITY SYSTEMS: FROM BIOMECHANICS TO MECHANICAL METAMATERIALS” is aimed at illustrating the peculiar mechanical behavior of tensegrity systems in the large displacement regime and their application for the development of mechanical metamaterials, space structures, and mechanical models of biological systems.
It will be held in Udine from Sept. 16 through Sept. 20, 2024 and is addressed to doctoral students, young researchers, practicing engineers, medical doctors, and architects, interested in tensegrity systems.
A detailed description of the Course and the list of lecturers are given in the attached flyer and at the webpage:
The course is offered in a hybrid format, allowing participants the flexibility to attend either in person or remotely via the Microsoft Teams platform. The deadline for on-site participation is August 16, 2024, while that for Live Streaming Online Participation is September 4, 2024. More information about admission and accommodation procedures is provided in the dedicated section of the above webpage.