Full paper submission deadline is extended to 19 Jan 2024

The 9th International Workshop on Civil Structural Health Monitoring

Kuwait - FEB. 12-14, 2024

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The CSHM-9 Workshop

The 9th International Workshop of Civil Structural Health Monitoring, CSHM-9 2024, will provide a unique educational and training experience for international and local scientists, engineers, researchers and entrepreneurs to explore and discuss recent advances and the state-of-the-art, state-of-the-practice and future trends in smart sensors, wireless sensor networks, signal acquisition and processing, real-time data transferring and management for intelligent infrastructural health monitoring and to seek out opportunities for international cooperation.

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Workshop Venue

Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Cultural Centre

Discover the inspiring venue for CSHM-9th! Located in [City], the venue provides an ideal backdrop for collaborative learning. For more details about the venue, including facilities and accommodations, click below.

Paper submission

We’re thrilled to invite individuals from all backgrounds – whether you’re a student or a seasoned researcher. Join us in our workshop’s poster presentation sessions, a unique opportunity to visually communicate your research, share insights, and connect with fellow attendees in an interactive setting.

Presenting a paper at our workshop offers you unmatched visibility, fosters interactive discussions and feedback, and facilitates valuable networking opportunities with peers who share your passion for structural health monitoring.

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