Latest News

Mini Symposia page is open (link)

Conference program is updated (link)

Opening reception date changed to 6/6!

Full submission (3-8 page extended abstract) deadline is extended to May 2. See the submission guidelines (link)

Presentation video submission deadline is May 27 (Fri). See the submission guidelines (link)

Accepted full submission (extended abstract, 3-8 pages) will be published as Springer Proceedings papers of 8WCSCM and will be made available to various indexing services, Check here !

Check the latest information of our keynote speakers here !


Registration fees

Regular Registration Student Registration
Early Bird Registration - In-person (before 3/15) $750 Early Bird Registration - In-person for Students (before 3/15) $350
Early Bird Registration - Virtual (before 3/15) $300 Early Bird Registration - Virtual for Students (before 3/15) $200
Regular Registration - In-person $850 Regular Registration - In-person for Students $400
Regular Registration - Virtual $350 Regular Registration - Virtual for Students $250
* All in-person registration fees include opening reception ticket (6/6, $30 value), banquet ticket (6/7, $75 value), lunch (6/6-7), and beverage bar (6/6-8).

Keynote Speakers

Click here for full descriptions of our keynotes speakers.
Dr. Eleni Chatzi

ETH Zurich

Dr. Wing Kong Chiu

Monash University

Dr. Shirley Dyke

Purdue University

Dr. Mark Girolami

University of Cambridge

Dr. Jie Li

Tongji University

Dr. Yiqing Ni

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Dr. Mubarak Shah

University of Central Florida

Dr. Hoon Sohn

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)

Conference Chairs

Dr. Hae-Bum "Andrew" Yun

University of Central Florida

Dr. F. Necati Catbas

University of Central Florida

Conference Announcement

The US Panel of the International Association for Structural Control and Monitoring (IASCM) announces the Eighth World Conference on Structural Control and Monitoring (8WCSCM) to be held during the period 5-9 June 2022 in Orlando, Florida, U.S.A. The preceding conferences have been held in Pasadena - USA (1994), Kyoto - Japan (1998), Como - Italy (2002), La Jolla - USA (2006), Tokyo - Japan (2010), Barcelona - Spain (2014), and Qingdao - China (2018). The 8WCSCM will be hosted by the University of Central Florida (UCF).

As one of the most prominent conferences in the interdisciplinary field of Structural Control and Monitoring, the 8WCSCM will cover all major related topics, including smart control and sensing devices; smart and multi-functioning materials; important infrastructures, such as bridges, buildings, tunnels, road and rail structures; wind, earthquake and multi-hazards issues; Bayesian inference and uncertainty quantification; life-cycle assessment; machine-learning and computer-vision applications; smart communities applications; recent research advances; and more.

Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 8WCSCM will be held as a hybrid conference: the combination of on-site and virtual meetings, for the first time in its 28-year history. This hybrid conference will bring participants flexibility from distance, time, medical and financial limitations. On-site participants will enjoy a fully-featured conference, with social events, while practicing social distancing guidelines at the time of the conference. Virtual participants will not only have access to all technical contents that on- site participants have, but also be able to participate in virtual poster sessions, lab tours and exhibitions.

The City of Orlando is full of attractions, both touristically and technically. As the nation’s #1 visitors’ destination, on-site participants will have numerous choices of lodging, resorts, and restaurants. Disney World, Universal Studios, and many other theme parks are conveniently located within the City.

Orlando has been awarded two Smart Cities awards and is currently pursuing a variety of additional projects for Smart Cities initiatives that would assist citizens and visitors. The Florida High Tech Corridor is a technology rich region known for space technologies and other high-tech clusters of innovation, such as modeling and simulation, optics and photonics, digital media, and medical technologies. NASA Kennedy Space Center, SpaceX, and Blue Origin are just about 50 miles away from the UCF Main Campus.

On behalf of the IASCM and the conference organizing committee, we warmly invite you to join the 8WCSCM.

Dr. Hae-Bum "Andrew" Yun
Chair of 8WCSCM, 2022
Associate Professor of
Civil, Environmental & Construction Engineering,
University of Central Florida
Dr. F. Necati Catbas
Chair of 8WCSCM, 2022
Lockheed Martin St. Laurent Professor of
Civil, Environmental & Construction Engineering,
University of Central Florida

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