Abstracts Submission Continues
thru 
August 6, 2018

Due to multiple requests to organize a number of special session topics, we are extending the abstract submission date. This will allow sufficient time to record paper title and abstracts for these special topics, abstracts will continue to be accepted thru August 6, 2018

CALL FOR PAPERS - Submit Abstracts Now

Thank you for your interest in participating in the 9th International Conference on Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent Infrastructure.  Information will be posted to the conference site (https://shmii-9.mst.edu/) as it is finalized.

The SHMII-9 Conference will provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, knowledge sharing, and matching technology-need in the global SHM community. It serves as a unique venue to showcase the technologies and achievements in transportation infrastructure, demonstrates the practical value of SHM research, and raises the public awareness on the need for further SHM research and applications.

General Guidelines

Papers submitted to SHMII-9 must be original work that significantly differs from those published or accepted in a journal or conference proceedings or presented at another conference. Submissions must not be concurrently under consideration for publication or presentation elsewhere.

Submissions will be conducted online and include three upload phases:

  1. Abstract - register your paper title, associated topic, author list and a text-only abstract, limited to 250 words maximum.  This abstract should give a clear indication of the objective and scope of the paper, key advances of the addressed topics of research and practice, and main findings (if available at the time of submission) so that readers may determine applicability to the SHMII-9 conference.  Papers should be related to one of the conference topics.
  2. Review Paper – full-length paper that will undergo peer review by the International Scientific committee.
  3. Final Paper – updated full-length paper that addresses comments/suggestions by reviewers.  This also verifies the document to be used in the proceedings.