International Society for Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization (ISSMO)
1991 Berchtesgaden Germany
1991, Berchtesgaden (Germany), as the International Society for Structural Optimization. Present name adopted, 1993.
Stimulate and promote research into all aspects of optimal design of structures as well as multidisciplinary design optimization where the involved disciplines deal with analysis of solids, fluids or other field problems; encourage practical applications of optimization methods and corresponding software development in all branches of technology; foster interchange of ideas among various fields contributing to structural and multidisciplinary optimization; provide a framework for organization of meetings, fora and other means for dissemination of knowledge on structural and multidisciplinary optimization; promote teaching of structural and multidisciplinary optimization.
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