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U.S. National Committee on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics AMS Representative

General Description

Principal Activities

To promote theoretical and applied mechanics in the United States and to represent the United States in the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics.

Miscellaneous Information

The Committee membership includes representatives from about a dozen professional societies, including AMS. Information about the Committee, including its membership is posted on the following website:

Activities of the committee include attending one committee meeting each year (for which travel expenses in excess if those funded by the USNCTAM will be reimbursed up to level B), participation in the U.S. and the International Congresses of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, offering proposals for IUTAM Symposia and Summer Schools, and authoring research reports on recent advances in mechanics. Society representatives are also asked to submit an annual report highlighting the mechanics-related activities and awards that were given by that society during the one year time period.

This committee has been designated at LEVEL B.


Past Members

Year       Members
1986-1988    Stuart Antman
1988-1996    Constantine Dafermos

Past Members from 1996 onward are listed here: