Japan Conference on Structural Safety and Reliability (JCOSSAR)
Japan Conference on Structural Safety and Reliability (JCOSSAR) is held every four years by the Science Council of Japan to enhance the safety and reliability of structures, transcending the disciplinary boundaries.
The structures targeted in this Conference include but not limited to mechanical, bridge, building, geotechnical, offshore, and aerospace structures, industrial and energy plants, ships, automobiles and rail vehicles. The common issues related to the structural safety and reliability are component and system reliability; load measurement and evaluation; design, manufacturing, maintenance, and management; natural and human-caused disasters; risk assessment, insurance, and warranties.
JCOSSAR 2023 invites all stakeholders to share their research, case studies, ideas, and best practices to ensure the safety and reliability of structures. Interim reports on ongoing projects are also highly recommended. We look forward to hearing from academia, practitioners, owners, and governmental and local agencies. The conference is organized by the JCOSSAR 2023 steering committee (the executive society is the Japan Society of Civil Engineering) and supported by the European Safety and Reliability Association (ESRA).
Full paper submission deadline: April 12, 2023
Papers should be submitted via: https://www.jcossar2023.jp/en/submission-en.html
Other key dates:
- June 31, 2023 – Notification of acceptance
- August 21, 2023 – Final revised paper submission
- October 25-27, 2023 – JCOSSAR 2023 at Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan