November 14, 2016
So, the workshop is over. I guess it was quite a successful event. You can also see it based on the statistics derived from results of anonymous evaluations obtained from individual participants.
November 3, 2016
In a haste, we had to introduce a small change to the schedule of the first day. Because Milan Růžička was unexpectedly asked to follow some academic duties during the afternoon, his lecture had to be split and partly inserted into the original block, where Darrell Socie had to act. As regards its second part, a new lecturer had to be found. Here you can find him - let me introduce you Josef Jurenka.
October 31, 2016
Because the interest was enormous, but the room available is finite, we decided to stop admitting new people to the workshop. The application dialogue does not allow new entries anymore, except for updating the information of already registered participants.
October 6, 2016
The updated detailed program for all three days is ready to be used.
October 4, 2016
The first draft of the program is available in the Program section. Only the first day is better detailed, we are still waiting for Neil's part to be better defined. Anyhow, you can see the individual time slots and pauses between them. Reserve your time for the Wednesday evening to come to the reception!
September 9, 2016
Darrell Socie, the nestor of fatigue analysis, the founder of efatigue.com website decided to attend the Vibration Fatigue part of our workshop. Knowing his vast experience with fatigue life estimation and fatigue analysis, we asked if he would be so kind to accept taking part in lecturing the Introduction to Fatigue part in the first day. In short, he agreed, so we are happy to announce you this important positive change in the program.
September 7, 2016
We have the first foreign participant, who applied for the first part of the course. So, please be aware, that the complete course in all three days will be presented in English.
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