Armour College of Engineering MMAE Research Professor, Emeritus, Dr. Cesar A. Sciammarella will be honored with the 2014 International Conference on Computational & Experimental Engineering Sciences (ICCES) Lifetime Achievement Award for his seminal contributions to experimental mechanics of solids. The ceremony will be held at the 14th ICCES biennial meeting in Changwon, South Korea, June 12-17, 2014.
This award is given to an individual with significant lifetime contributions to the general disciplines of computational and experimental engineering and sciences. These contributions could have come in the form of research, teaching, or service in any area relevant to the ICCES series of conferences.
ICCES is an organization of highly reputed international researchers, from academia, industry, and governments across the world. These researchers work within the general disciplines of computational and experimental engineering and sciences. The main focus of ICCES is to encourage interaction between engineering, life sciences, and the physical sciences, as well as promoting research within these disciplines.