The IPM 2019 Conference is a continuation of the previous IPM Symposia held in 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2017. which were devoted to inverse problems in mechanics. In the contrast with previous IPM Conferences the IPM 2019 will have the cross-discilpinary character The main objectives of IPM 2019 is to get together scientists, engineers and researchers working in various fields of inverse problems to create a forum for information exchange and discussion of new research directions and applications in science and engineering.
IPM 2019 is organised under the auspices of the Committee on Mechanics of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
Advanced mathematical methods for modelling and analysis of Inverse Problems in Mechanics (IPM).
Intelligent computing (machine learning and especially neural networks, fuzzy sets, evolutionary methods and strategies, immunological systems).
Damage detection and health monitoring in structures and materials of civil and mechanical engineering.
Advanced methods for material and structure parameter identification and calibration.
Probabilistic identification and Bayesian inference in IPM, Kalman filter methodology.
Sensitivity analysis in IPM of biomechanical systems.
Topology and shape parameter identification, computational tomography, relation to optimal design for unspecified topology and boundary shape.
Hybrid systems in updating of computational models,
Reverse engineering as taking apart an object to see how it works to duplicate or enhance the object - relations to source codes, 3-D images, hardware and software problems.