Created on October 1, 2007, the Engineering Mechanics Institute (EMI) replaces the former ASCE Engineering Mechanics Division.
"Being an EMI member and participating in its technical committees is integral to my career growth. It enables me to extend my collaborative efforts in sharing groundbreaking technologies, fostering connections with peers, and actively contributing to the development of the next generation of mechanicians."Ketson dos Santos, Ph.D. A.M.ASCE, University of MinnesotaEMI Member
"At EMI 23 IC, I was fascinated by the sessions that delved into data-driven modeling and the remarkable applications emerging from the realm of artificial intelligence. The conference was a remarkable experience that not only provided valuable insights into current trends but also facilitated meaningful connections within the global engineering community. "Michael Heredia Perez, P.E., S.M.ASCE, National University of ColombiaEMI STUDENT Member
"I have been working in industry for more than five years now. EMI 23 IC provided the opportunity to immerse myself in new technologies and research topics. Some research findings were very attractive and could directly help solve practical problems. I enjoyed the EMI International Conference and look forward to being more involved."Zhi Zhang, Ph.D., P.E., M.ASCE, Senior Project DirectorThornton Tomasetti