Paper Submission



Full paper submission deadline: Now closed

Extended full paper submission deadline: Now closed

Notification of submission outcome: Underway

Presenter registration deadline: 22 September 2017


Reviewers: To upload your paper reviews to the system, please click here.

Authors: To upload a finalised revised paper, please click here.


Presenter Information

Full paper submissions have now closed, and double blind peer reviews and notifications are underway.

If your full paper has been accepted, or accepted with changes, you are required to upload the final version of your paper by 28 August 2017. All papers must be submitted using the full paper template.

Full papers should be prepared as a Microsoft Word document and conform to the editorial guidelines and formatting outlined in the template. All papers should address the conference themes, outlined below.

All accepted presenters are required to register and pay for the conference by 22 September 2017. Failure to register by this date may result in your removal from the conference program.



The full paper proceedings will be published in an electronic format and given to all conference delegates on a USB. We also aim to index the proceedings with an ISBN.

Abstracts will be published in the hard-copy abstract booklet and provided to all delegates upon registration.



SHMII-8 Conference submission themes:

  • Smart and other advanced sensors
  • Wireless and other advanced sensor networks
  • Data acquisition, processing and management
  • Damage identification/localization  and evaluation/assessment  of bridges and building structures
  • Model updating, safety evaluation and reliability forecast
  • Damage control, repair and strengthening
  • Life-cycle performance-based design and performance monitoring
  • Life cycle management of infrastructures
  • Smart materials, structures and rehabilitation
  • Global positioning system (GPS) and related systems
  • Remote monitoring systems
  • Integrated systems and implementations of SHM
  • Design guidelines and codes of SHM
  • Standardization of SHM systems
  • Critical issues for SHM such as cost effectiveness of SHM systems
  • Resilience of infrastructure systems