Call for Abstracts

9th Australasian Congress on Applied Mechanics (ACAM9) is the latest edition in the National Committee on Applied Mechanics of Engineers Australia’s biennial scientific conference series. This event is future focused – investigating the latest scientific and technological innovation; practical applications of these innovations; and the future development of mechanical processes.


We encourage professionals, institutes, universities and organisations to submit papers and share their experience under the technical streams listed below. You will need to indicate if you are submitting an Abstract or a Paper for review;  and if you wish to participate in the Student Paper Competition. (students only)

ACAM9 Student Paper Competition Coordinators                       Dr Sophie Primig  UNSW            A/Prof A. Aloraier  ANSTO

We thank the members of our International and our National Review Committees for their time and enthusiasm.
National Review Committee
International Review Committee


We ask that if you indicate if you wish to present an Oral presentation or a Poster presentation.


Advanced materials & StructuresProf. Jay Kruzic UNSW Sydney
Dr Ondrej Muransky ANSTO
Automated CompositesProf. Paul Compston ANU
Bio-mechanics, Bio-sustainable CompositesDr. Lauren Kark UNSW Sydney
Computational MechanicsProf. Chongmin Song UNSW Sydney
Dr Philip Bendeich ANSTO
Dynamics & VibrationDr. Paul Meehan UQ
A/Prof. Wei Gao UNSW
Fatigue, Fracture & Failure Analysis of Structures A/Prof. Wenyi Yan Monash University
A/Prof. Gwenaelle Proust USYD
Fibre Reinforced CompositesDr. Garth Pearce UNSW Sydney
Dr Luke Djukic Omni Tankers
Mechanics of Geomaterials and ConcreteProf. Arcady Dyskin UWA
Prof. Elena Pasternak UWA
Micro/Nano MechanicsDr. S Kumar MASDAR
Multi-Functional Structures & MaterialsDr. Yixia (Sarah) Zhang UNSW Canberra
A/Prof. Raj Das RMIT
Structural Health Monitors & Structural OptimisationProf. Gang Ding Peng UNSW
Dr. Ginu Rajan UOW
ACAM9 Student Paper Competition CoordinatorsDr Sophie Primig UNSW
A/Prof. Abdulkareem Aloraier ANSTO