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AMCM 2025

Analytical Models and New Concepts in Concrete and Masonry Structures

Next year (2023) will mark thirty years since the first AMCM conference was organised. The first meeting of AMCM was held in 1993 in Białystok, Poland. Subsequently, the conferences were organized periodically, aiming at scientists working in the field of concrete and masonry topics. The conference organizers and venues were changed every three years as follows:

  • 1993 - Białystok - Białystok University of Technology,
  • 1996 - Łódź - Technical Univeristy of Łódź,
  • 1999 - Wrocław/Świeradów - Wrocław University Of Technology,
  • 2002 - Cracow - Cracow Univeristy Of Technology,
  • 2005 - Ustroń/Gliwice - Silesian Univeristy Of Technology,
  • 2008 - Łódź - Lodz University of Technology,
  • 2011 - Cracow - Cracow Univeristy Of Technology,
  • 2014 - Wrocław - Wrocław University Of Technology,
  • 2017 - Ustroń/Gliwice - Silesian Univeristy Of Technology,
  • 2020 - Lublin - Lublin University of Technology.

Due to high standards of contributions, participants from many countries and wide range of subjects discussed – the previous Conferences were very successful. On behalf of the Organizing Committee and the Scientific Committee, it is our great pleasure and honor to invite You to the 11th International Conference on Analytical Models and New Concepts in Concrete and Masonry Structures AMCM2025 to be held once again in Łódź, Poland, from 12th to 14th May 2025.

prof. Renata Kotynia - Chairman of the AMCM2025

Organized by:


International and Polish Patronage:

Honorary Patronage:

International patronage:

Polish patronage:

Media Patronage





Objectives and Scope

The main objective of the Conference is to present and review the latest achievements in concrete and masonry structures modelling and analysis. The three-day conference will be filled with a variety of session formats, with a balance of research and practice to permit the widest possible participation, providing an excellent forum to exchange ideas and to progress the field.

The organizers hope that the Conference will be fruitful for the all participants.


The conference covers a broad spectrum of topics related to concrete and masonry structures. In particular these include:

Concrete and Innovative Materials

  • Concrete materials
  • Concrete in complex stress state
  • Behaviour and application of HPC in structures
  • Reinforced and prestressed concrete structures
  • Durable and sustainable concrete design
  • Circularity in construction
  • Testing and assessment methods
  • Cyclic and long-term loading of concrete structures
  • Digital construction with concrete
  • Low carbon building materials for green construction
  • Materials for renovated energy-efficient buildings

Structural Performance and Design

  • Advances in structural design
  • Numerical modelling
  • Models for concrete structures analysis according to new Codes
  • Deep learning for structural engineering
  • Seismic vulnerability and risk assessment
  • New trends in structural health monitoring
  • Non-Deterministic models for structural health monitoring
  • Structural behavior and experimental investigations
  • Life-Cycle performance assessment of civil engineering systems

Construction Methods and Management

  • Precast and prestressed concrete
  • Building Information Modelling
  • Management systems
  • New trends in construction techniques
  • Digital technologies shaping the construction
  • Assessment of existing structures

Outstanding Structures

  • Achievements in modelling and design of bridges
  • Buildings and bridges
  • Tunnels solutions
  • Nuclear power plants
  • Hydraulic and offshore structures
  • Transportation projects
  • Foundation systems
  • Other special structures

Masonry Structures

  • Design rules in masonry structures - codes
  • Assessment of existing masonry structures
  • Modelling of masonry structures
  • Historical masonry structures
  • Types of mortars of masonry structures
  • Structural degradation of masonry
  • Existing historical masonry structures
  • Probabilistic modeling of aging masonry

Composite structures and innovative composite materials

  • Composite materials
  • Advanced strengthening materials and techniques
  • New FRP reinforcement in concrete structures
  • Composite structures
  • Modelling of composite structures
  • Theory, practice and new standards in FRP strengthening systems and FRP reinforcement

We are open to new subject areas. If your article does not fit exactly into the above topics, but is related to concrete or masonry, please feel free to send in your article.

International Advisory Committee

Name Surname Country
Erkan          Akpinar Turkey
Riadh  Al- Mahaidi Australia
György Balázs Hungary
Joaqium Barros Barros Portugal
Brahim Benmokrane Canada
Agnieszka Bigaj - van Vliet Netherlands
Vladimir Cervenka Czech Republic
Marta Choińska France
David Citek Czech Republic
Hugo Corres Peiretti Spain
Manfred Curbach Germany
Wit Derkowski Poland
Jean-François Destrebecq France
Gerrie Dieteren Dieteren Netherlands
Marco Di Prisco Italy
Rolf Eligehausen Germany
Michael Fardis Greece
Jian-Fei Chen China
Peng Feng China
David Fernández-Ordóñez Spain
Oliver Fischer Germany
Stephen Foster Australia
Hans Rudolf Ganz Switzerland
Petr Hajek Czech Republic
Josef Hegger Germany
Steinar Helland Norway
Dick Hordijk Netherlands
Alper İlki Turkey
Akio Kasuga Japan
Name Surname Country
Johann Kollegger Austria
Válter Lucio Portugal
Karin Lundgren Sweden
Xilin Lyu China
Koichi Maekawa Japan
Giuseppe Mancini Italy
Peter Mark Belgium
Stuart Matthews United Kingdom
Urs Meier Switzerland
Giorgio Monti Italy
Masoud Motavalli Switzerland
Harald Müller Germany
Aurelio Muttoni Switzerland
Antonio Nanni USA
Piotr Noakowski Germany
Andrzej Nowak USA
Pedro de Oliveira Almeida Brasil
Alessandro Palermo New Zealand
Maria Anna Polak Canada
Koji Sakai Japan
Luc Taerwe Belgium
Jean Michel Torrenti France
Thanasis Triantafillou Greece
Tamon Ueda Japan
Jan L. Vitek Czech Republic
Joost Walraven Netherlands
Zhishen Wu China
Sherif Yehia China
Yong Yuan China

Polish Scientific Committee

Name Affiliation
Jan Bień Wroclaw University of Science and Technolofy
Ewa Błazik-Borowa Lublin University Of Technology
Jan Biliszczuk Wroclaw University of Science and Technolofy
Robert Cichowicz Lodz Univeristy of Technology
Lech Czarnecki ITB
Jan Deja AGH University of Science and Technology
Wit Derkowski Cracow Univeristy of Technology
Łukasz Drobiec Silesian University of Technology
Kazimierz Flaga Cracow Univeristy of Technology
Kazimierz Furtak Cracow Univeristy of Technology
Andrzej Garbacz Warsaw University of Technology
Dariusz Gawin Lodz Univeristy of Technology
Marian Giżejowski Warsaw University of Technology
Barbara Goszczyńska Kielce Univeristy of Technology
Krzysztof Gromysz Silesian University of Technology
Anna Halicka Lublin University Of Technology
Jerzy Hoła Wroclaw University of Science and Technolofy
Jacek Hulimka Silesian University of Technology
Marcin Kamiński Lodz Univeristy of Technology
Barbara Klemczak Silesian University of Technology
Marcin Koniorczyk Lodz Univeristy of Technology
Robert Kowalski Warsaw University of Technology
Jan Kubica Silesian University of Technology
Maria Kaszyńska West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin
Zbigniew Kledyński Warsaw University of Technology
Cezary Madryas Wroclaw University of Science and Technolofy
Krystyna Nagrodzka-Godycka Gdansk Univeristy of Technology
Adam Podhorecki Bydgoszcz University of Technology
Wojciech Radomski Politechnika Warszawska
Anna Siemińska-Lewandowska Politechnika Warszawska
Antoni Szydło Wroclaw University of Science and Technolofy
Tomasz Siwowski Rzeszów University of Technology
Marek Salamak Silesian University of Technology
Andrzej Seruga Cracow Univeristy of Technology
Adam Stolarski Military University of Technology
Jacek Szer Lodz Univeristy of Technology
Elżbieta Szmigiera Warsaw University of Technology
Leszek Szojda Silesian University of Technology
Grzegorz Świt Kielce Univeristy of Technology
Jacek Śliwiński Cracow Univeristy of Technology
Andrzej Ubysz Wroclaw University of Science and Technolofy
Tadeusz Urban Lodz Univeristy of Technology
Andrzej Winnicki Cracow Univeristy of Technology
Krzysztof Wilde Gdansk Univeristy of Technology
Adam Zybura Silesian University of Technology
Henryk Zobel Warsaw University of Technology

Local Organising Committee

Chairman of the OC – prof. Renata Kotynia; Vice-Dean for Development; Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Environmental Engineering (FCEAEE), Lodz University of Technology (LUT)

Vice Chairman of the OC – prof. Dariusz Gawin; Dean of FCEAEE, LUT

 Our team:

Name Affiliation
Michał Gołdyn Department of Concrete Structures
Elżbieta Habiera - Waśniewska Department of Building Materials Physics and Sustainable Design
Ewelina Kolodziejczyk Department of Concrete Structures
Martyna Rabenda Department of Concrete Structures
Janusz Rogowski Department of Concrete Structures
Damian Szczech Department of Concrete Structures
Konrad Szczepański Department of Concrete Structures
Tadeusz Urban Department of Concrete Structures
Tomasz Waśniewski Department of Concrete Structures


Oliwia Łuczak;  Magdalena Sofijska, Marcin Janecki

Financial matters:

Agnieszka Kobalczyk – Financial Questor LUT

Joanna Konca - Financial Organizer of FCEAEE, LUT

Keynote lectures

Riadh Al-Mahaidi

Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia


Lecture title:

Innovative Materials and Testing Techniques for  Safer Structures under Extreme Events

Riadh Al-Mahaidi is the Director of the Smart Structures Laboratory and a Professor of Structural Engineering at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia. He previously held the position of Vice President (International Engagement) at Swinburne and he was the Head of the Structures Group at Monash University.

His research focuses on the lifetime integrity of structures, with a particular interest in structural strength assessment and retrofitting using advanced composite materials. His current research projects involve strengthening bridges using fiber reinforced polymers combined with cement-based bonding agents, improving the fatigue life of metallic structures using advanced composite systems and shape memory alloys, and assessing structure collapse through multi-axis hybrid testing.

Fellow of various institutions, including Institution of Engineers Australia, American Concrete Institute, American Society of Civil Engineers, The International Institute for FRP in Construction (IIFC), Institution of Civil Engineers (UK), and the Bridge Engineering Institute.

Recipient of many awards and honors, including the 2023 IIFC Medal for distinguished contributions to the field of FRP composites for construction through research or practical applications and the 2021 IABMAS Special Service Award from the International Association for Bridge Maintenance and Safety, among others. Author of over 250 journal articles, 270 conference papers and 18 authored/edited books and conference proceedings.


Joaquim A. O. Barros

University of Minho, Portugal


Lecture title:

Structural Performance and Design

Joaquim A. O. Barros is Full Professor of the Department of Civil Engineering of Minho University, Director of the PhD in Civil Engineering and coordinator of the Structural Composites Group.

His research interests include structural strengthening, composite materials, fiber reinforced concrete and the development of constitutive models for the simulation of the behavior of cement based and polymer based materials, and their implementation in software based on the finite element method (FEM).

Fellow American Concrete Institute (ACI), and voting member of several ACI Technical Committees

Member of the Technical Committees of the International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib)

Member of the International Union of Laboratories and Experts in Construction Materials, Systems and Structures – RILEM

Council member of the International Institute for FRP in Construction (IIFC)

Member of the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Australian “Design Guideline for RC Structures Retrofitted with FRP and Metal Plates: Beams and Slabs“

Chairman of 10 international conferences

Author of more than 800 papers divided by books, chapter of books, journal papers, conferences, monographs and educational reports

Co-founder of FEMIX FEM-based computer program for advanced structural analysis and founder of the CiviTest Company


Jan Bień

Wrocław University of Science and Technology, Poland


Lecture title:

Gerontology of Concrete Bridges

Jan Bień is Professor at Faculty of Civil Engineering of Wroclaw University of Science and Technology (WUST).

His research interests include computer methods in modelling and analysis of bridge structures, including structures with defect, diagnostics and monitoring of bridge structures and bridge management systems with expert tools using elements of artificial intelligence.

Designer of the computer systems supporting bridge management: SMOK for railway administration and SZOK, URBI, ROBIN for road administration in Poland

Member of over 20 national and international research and technical organizations, incl.: IABSE (chairman of the Polish Group), International Association for Bridge Maintenance and Safety (IABMAS), American Society of Civil Engineers (USA), Transportation Research Board (USA), expert of the European Union (Directorate-General for Research and Innovation), Scientific Secretary of the Civil Engineering Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Chairman of the research teams in many national and international projects.

Author of over 290 research papers, including 10 books, in the field of Bridge Engineering, Expert Systems, Diagnostic Technologies, Knowledge-Based Bridge Management Systems as well as author of over 340 research reports.


Wit Derkowski

Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden


Lecture title:

Timber-Concrete Structures as an Attempt a Better Integration of Concrete into Sustainable Buildings

Wit Derkowski is currently associate professor at Linnaeus University in Sweden and lecturer at the postgraduate program in precast concrete structures in Porto, Portugal. Previously, until 2020, he was employed as a professor at the Cracow University of Technology in Poland, where he held the position of director of the Institute of Building Materials and Structures and Head of the Prestressed Concrete Structures Chair.

His research concerns precast and prestressed concrete structures and more recently timber-concrete composite structures and circularity in construction business.

Deputy Chair of Commission 6 "Prefabrication" of the International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib) and Chairman of the Polish fib Delegation.

Member of the Concrete Structures Section of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Member of the Technical Committee of the International Prestressed Hollowcore Association (IPHA) "HOLCOLODIS" research program.

Chairman of Technical Committee No. 195 "Precast Concrete Products" of the Polish Committee for Standardization.

His doctoral thesis (2005) on fatigue life of RC beams strengthened with CFRP laminates was awarded by the Polish Minister of Transport and Construction and his post-doctoral thesis (2017) on structural analysis of prefabricated floor slabs with structural topping was awarded by the Polish Minister of Investment and Development.

In 2022 he was awarded the fib Fellow honour.

Author of over 100 technical research papers.

Practicing engineer, with a full Polish building licenses and building appraiser certificate. Since 2006 owner of the PiEB Consulting Company.


Łukasz Drobiec

Silesian University of Technology, Poland


Lecture title:

Diagnostics of Existing Masonry Structures

Łukasz Drobiec is an assistant professor with post-doctoral thesis at the Department of Structural Engineering at the Silesian University of Technology, Poland.

His research work includes experimental laboratory studies of large masonry and reinforced concrete models. The tested wall elements consisted of small size elements of different types, joined by different joints - reinforced with or without reinforcement. The research on reinforced concrete structures included the analyses of beams with holes and undercut beams, and the support zone of slab-and-column structures. Another area of his research interest is numerical modeling of construction structures, using advanced computational models.

Member and secretary of the Section of Concrete Structures of the Civil Engineering Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences.

Member of the Scientific Committee of the Polish Association of Construction Engineers and Technicians (PZITB).

Member of the International Masonry Society.

Member of two sections (KT 233, KT 252) of the Polish Committee for Standardization.

Member of the Association of Monument Conservators and the Polish National Committee of the International Council for the Protection of Monuments ICOMOS-POLSKA.

Member of the European Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Association (EAACA).

Author and co-author of over 370 publications, including 22 books, and a lot of articles in foreign and domestic journals, chapters in books and papers delivered at national and international conferences.

Practicing engineer who has participated in preparing in excess of 3000 surveys, opinions and designs that concerned general construction, sports and industrial sector buildings. He has often served as a construction site manager or construction surveyor.


Alper İlki

Istanbul Technical University, Turkey


Lecture title:

Seismic behavior of substandard RC structures in the light of actual observed structural failures and full-scale building tests

Alper İlki is Professor of Structural Engineering at Istanbul Technical University.

His main research interests include the structural seismic behaviour of reinforced concrete and masonry structures. Other fields of his research are large scale structural testing and structural/seismic retrofitting, particularly through innovative techniques and materials.

Editor of Turkish Journal of Civil Engineering.

Associate editor or editorial board member of ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, ASCE Journal of Composites for Construction and Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering.

Co-editor of three international books published by Springer titled Seismic Risk Assessment and Retrofitting, Seismic Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Structures, and Advances in Assessment and Modeling of Earthquake Loss.

Member of the IIFC Council.

Head of Turkish Delegation to fib.

Chairman of the executive committee of Turkish Earthquake Foundation.

Member of the board of Turkish Catastrophe Insurance Pool.


Joost Walraven

University of Padova, Italy


Lecture title:

A General Approach for the Numerical Modeling of Concrete Structures' Durability Based on Multiphase Porous Media Mechanics

Francesco Pesavento is Associate Professor of Solids and Structural Mechanics at the Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering of the University of Padova (Italy). He is graduated from University of Padova in Civil Engineering. He obtained his PhD in Structural Mechanics in 2001 at the University of Bologna (Italy). From 2002 to 2011 he was Assistant Professor at the University of Padova. He received a professor title (association) in 2011 and the National Scientific Qualification to the position of Full professor in 2018.

His research interests include non-linear mechanics of structures, geo-materials, concrete; heat and mass transfer and related stress phenomena in geo-materials and building materials; thermodynamics of unsaturated porous media with damage effects; thermo-hydro-mechanical analysis of high and ultra-high performance concrete at high temperature; numerical modeling of fire in buildings and tunnels (from fire scenario to structural behavior); modeling of the hydration, aging, creep and degradation processes in the analysis of the durability of cementitious, building materials and concrete structures; numerical modeling based on isogeometry in multifield problems; multifield fracture mechanics in cementitious, building and geo-materials with application to civil, environmental and nuclear engineering.

Member of the Italian Association of Computational Mechanics (GIMC).

Member of Italian Association of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (AIMETA).

Member of International Union of Laboratories and Experts in Construction Materials, Systems and Structures (Rilem).

Member of Italian Association of Concrete Structures (AICAP).

Member of International Association of Computational Mechanics (IACM).

Author of approximately 300 papers published in peer review international and national journals, conference proceedings and chapters in books.


Tamon Ueda

Shenzhen University, Hokkaido University


Lecture title:

Generic Mesoscale Modeling for Concrete Material and Structural Behavior with Physical Damages

UEDA Tamon is Distinguished Professor at College of Civil and Transportation Engineering, Shenzhen University and Professor Emeritus of Hokkaido University. He obtained his Doctor of Engineering from The University of Tokyo in 1982. His research interests are in concrete and hybrid structures, interventions, and life cycle management.  He has been appointed by Dalian University of Technology as Sea-Sky Scholar, Zhejiang University as Pao Yu-Kong Chair Professor, Shenzhen University as Distinguished Visiting Professor, Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology as Visiting Professor, etc. 

He has published over 280 peer-reviewed papers, over 60 invited papers at international conferences, and over 170 invited lectures in 17 countries. 

He has received various international and national awards on his research/professional achievements (The fib Medal of Merit, Thammasat Honorary Award, METI Award for Industrial Standardization Project, JSCE International Lifetime Contribution Award, JSCE Lifetime Achievement Award, JSCE Yoshida Prize, etc), and awards from international journals (Journal of Composites in Construction, Journal of Advanced Concrete Technology, Advances in Structural Engineering), and domestic journals (JSCE, JCI, JPCI). 

He is Honorary Life Member, Fellow and Technical Council Member of fib, Fellow and Advisory Committee Chair of IIFC, Immediate Past Chair of International Steering Committee of EASEC, Past President of ACF, Chair of ISO/TC71, Past Chief Advisor of AUN/SEED-Net, Member of The Engineering Academy of Japan (EAJ), Immediate President of JSCE, and Past Chairman of Association for Civil Engineering Technology of Hokkaido.  He is Academician, The Engineering Academy of Japan.


Joost Walraven

Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands


Lecture title:

High Performance Fibre Concrete

Joost Walraven was professor of Concrete Structures at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands up to his retirement in 2012.

His research interests include the development of advanced models for the behavior of concrete structures and new types of concrete.

2000-2002, president of fib, the International Concrete Federation.

Convenor of the Project Team writing Eurocode 2 “Concrete Structures”

Convenor of the team producing the fib Model Code 2010.

Chairman of the fib Task Groups 3.2 “Modelling structural performance of existing concrete structures” and 4.2  “Ultra High Performance Fibre Concrete”.


Jan Kośny

University of Massachusetts, Lowell, MA, USA


Lecture title:

Thermal Performance of Concrete and Masonry Envelopes and Their Impact on Building Integration with Power Grid and Renewable Energy Resources

Since 2019, faculty member in the Dept. of Mechanical Eng. at UML with expertise in building envelopes, energy efficiency, material engineering, building science, thermal insulation, heat storage, and building integrated solar technologies. For 10 years, Dr. Kośny worked as a junior faculty at the Department of Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering, at the Rzeszow University of Technology, Poland, and later, he worked for 20 years at the ORNL’ Buildings Technology Center. During 2010-19, he served as a director of Building Enclosures & Materials at Fraunhofer USA. He has published 2 books, 9 book chapters, over 170 technical articles, 200 presentations, reports, and patents. His self-locking concrete technology was presented among 100 best U.S. technological developments by the Popular Science Magazine. He is also a recipient of the 2009 R&D 100 Award (annual award for 100 best technologies in the USA).

Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Massachusetts, Lowell, MA, USA

Director - Building Energy Efficiency and Temperature Control Materials Laboratory

Co-Director - Photovoltaic Prototyping and Testing Laboratory

Associate Editor - Frontiers, Solar Energy in Urban Development

Editorial Board Member – Buildings Journal



More detailed information will be provided later.

About Łódź

Łódź is a city of contrasts which intrigues almost at every step. It is full of factories and, at the same time, it is very green; eclectic but also avant-garde. Lodz dazzles with the lavishness of factory owners’ palaces and astonishes with artistic installations.

Although the history of the city spans over six hundred years, the dynamic development of Lodz came a little less than 200 ago. From a small town it was in the beginning of the 19th century, it quickly became the “promised land” giving dozens of thousands of families hope for a better tomorrow. Around the city, you can find numerous traces of the multicultural working class melting pot. Lodz was such a pot up to World War II. After the war, having become the cinematic capital of Poland, it opened another important chapter of its history. In 2017 Łódź was inducted into the UNESCO Creative Cities Network and named UNESCO City of Film.

Today it is a creative city, a city of festivals, a city which is being discovered all over again. It is located in the very heart of Poland, at the crossing of two main highways – you could say that all the roads lead to… Lodz.

More info about our city:


Download leaflets about most important places to visit in Łódź:

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Important Dates

Action Date
Abstract submission deadline 30 June 2024
Notification of abstract acceptance 31 July 2024
Draft paper submission Just after abstract acceptance
Notification of review result 1 December 2024
Early bird registration closed 30 January 2025
Revised paper submission until 28 February 2025

Registration and Fee

Registration for the conference is through the conference management system - Coffee.

Registration Fees include:

  • Attendance to all sessions
  • Entrance to exhibition area
  • Conference materials
  • Refreshments to be served during the Conference Program
  • Welcome Reception

Methods of Payment

Payments can be made via bank transfer or credit card.

Payment via Bank Transfer

All fees should be paid in EUR, free of all bank charges. Participants name/last name, date & amount of transfer, and explanation as of AMCM2024 Conference must be indicated on the transaction receipt of the bank transfer. Following the payment, receipt of the transaction must be sent to the registration secretariat

Bank charges are the sole responsibility of the participant and should be paid in addition to the fees.

Bank Name: Bank PEKAO SA, II Branch Lodz, Poland
IBAN (Euro Account): PL56 1240 3028 1978 0000 2822 2358
Swift Code: PKOPPLPW

Payment via Credit Card

Visa or Mastercard are accepted for credit card payments, which can be made online during the registration process.

Final Invoice

The final invoice will be available after the conference is over. The invoice will be issued based on details provided while registering (invoice details).

Cancellation Policy - Registration:

  • Cancellations before and on Januaryl 15, 2025, will receive 50% refund.
  • Cancellations after January 15, 2025, will not receive any refund.

Notification of cancellation must be received in writing to the secretariat by email to

Registration refunds will be processed within 30 days after the end of AMCM2025 and, bank charges will be deducted from the refund.

Conference fees

AMCM 2024 Fees by 15 January 2025* After 15 January 2025*
Full Registration 550 EUR 650 EUR
fib/RILEM/ACI Member 400 EUR 500 EUR
Polish Academy of Science Commitee on Civil Engineering Member 300 EUR 350 EUR
Young Student or Engineer (<31y) 250 EUR 300 EUR
Young fib Member (<36y) 200 EUR 250 EUR
Virtual Member 100 EUR 200 EUR

Gala Dinner: 70 EUR*

*) VAT not included. A value-added tax 23% (VAT) applies on the conference fees.

Abstract Template

Submission of abstracts and full papers is via the conference management system - Coffee. Before submitting a paper abstract, you must first register in the conference system.

Please prepare abstracts according to the following templates:

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