You have come to the right place if your field of interest is related to the study of dynamic behaviour of materials with aspects such as experimental techniques, constitutive modelling, micro-structural effects, or numerical simulations.
The dynamic behaviour of materials is relevant to many in multiple applications such as crashworthiness in transport (including cars, trains, boats and airplanes); terminal ballistics related to defence, shielding of satellites, of turbine blades and discs; blast effects due to industrial explosions, terrorist attacks; material processing such as high speed shaping of metals.
The principal aim of the DYMAT Association is to bring together engineers and scientists from all nations working in these fields. For this purpose, since 1985 the DYMAT Association organizes an International Conference every three years. We also encourage the holding of technical meetings, seminars, training courses, and student camps.
The DYMAT Association endeavours to strengthen or to develop the connections with other scientific associations involved in similar fields of research.
We invite you to visit our website, get to know our Association and become an active member.