International Association for Computer Methods and Advances in Geomechanics (IACMAG)
1991, following decision of 6th International Conference, 1988, Innsbruck (Austria) and arising from an International Committee on Numerical Methods in Geomechanics set up in 1976 to organize triennial conferences.
Promote and encourage basic and applied research and industrial applications related to computer methods and other advances in the interdisciplinary area of geomechanics; promote and establish procedures for introduction of geomechanics in undergraduate and postgraduate education; establish means of providing appropriate input to national and international agencies having direct impact on funding policies and on encouraging research and teaching in engineering and geomechanics.
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