SHMII-11 Montreal 2022
8 August 2022, 8:00 AM - 12 August 2022, 5:00 PM
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Preliminary Sessions Outline Published
Student Poster Competition [Deadline: 2022 - July - 22]
Exhibition/Sponsorship opportunity [Deadline: 2022 - July - 17]
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION (Including banquet ticket) IS OPEN TILL 15 JULY 2022
Brief about ISHMII and SHMII – 11:
The 11th International Conference on Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent Infrastructure (SHMII-11), one of the leading international conferences in the domain of Civil-Structural Health Monitoring is being organized in collaboration with the International Society of Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent Infrastructure (ISHMII), Government organizations, and Industry partners. The International Society for Structural Health Monitoring of Intelligent Infrastructure (ISHMII) is the leading Global Non-profit Organization of Civil-Structural Health Monitoring Practitioners and Researchers (Website: https://ishmii.org/) – comprising large participation ranging from academia, industry, government, and research organizations to focus on the research and innovation in the area of SHM and sustainable civil infrastructure.
Although SHMII-11 is conceived to be an in-person event, owing to the ever-changing travel restrictions due to the pandemic, the alternative, i.e., the hybrid mode of the conference may also be an option if the situation demands.
In the age of infrastructural boom on one hand and crisis on the other, the challenge of providing safe and efficient structural systems is a two-fold problem involving green and brownfield scenarios. Therefore, today it is imperative to venture into some intelligent technologies and/or practices to ensure the desired standard for the overall performance of the system. On top of it, monitoring climate change impact is also a timely need for securing a sustainable built environment, where Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) takes an important role. The conference also wants to address the issues associated with extreme climatic conditions.
 Structural System Identification & Model Updating
 Structural Health Diagnosis/Signal Processing
 Damage Identification and Safety Assessment
 Strengthening, Repair, and Maintenance
 Durability Issues in Harsh Environments
 Sensors & Devices: NDT/NDE, Internet of Things (IoT), etc.
 Smart Materials and Systems
 Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Cloud Computing Applications
 Resilient and Sustainable Civil Infrastructure
 Practical Applications and Case Studies
 Other Monitoring Applications
(e.g., Occupant Comfort,
Building Energy consumption,
Climate Change effects,
Cold Climate and Northern Issues)
 Other Emerging Topics in SHM
All papers, presented at the conference, will be published in the conference proceedings (ISSN 2564-3738). Selected papers of the conference will be considered for publication in the Journal of Civil Structural Health Monitoring (JCSHM, ISSN: Electronic - 2190-5479, Print - 2190-5452; https://www.springer.com/journal/13349) with Springer in an extended and updated version as per the journal standard.
Conference Chair’s message:
“It is my pleasure to welcome you all to the 11th International Conference on Health Monitoring of Intelligent Infrastructure (SHMII-11), which is going to take place on 8-12th August 2022 in Montreal, Canada. Montreal, one of the most prominent technology hubs of Canada, is known for its research and application in the field of Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) along with its allied areas.
In the age of infrastructural boom, the challenge of maintaining the structural systems safe and efficient is a two-fold problem involving green and brownfield scenarios. Therefore, today it is imperative to venture into some intelligent technology and/or practices to ensure the desired standard for the overall performance of the system.
Therefore, I do hereby invite the SHM researcher communities – both from academia and industry, to join the conference with their cutting-edge research and their applications in the respective fields of practice. Let SHMII-11 be a melting pot of emerging ideas leading to the re-evaluation of the state of art SHM practices.”
Dr. Ashutosh Bagchi, P. Eng., FCSCE
Professor and Chair
Department of Building, Civil, and Environmental Engineering
Montreal, Quebec H3H 0A1