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  Minutes of the TC2 (Micromechanisms) ESIS meeting: Leoben, April 20, 2009 Present Dr. R. Bermejo (AT), Dr. W. Daves (AT), Dipl.-Ing. S. Endler (AT), Dr. H.-P. Gänser (AT), Dipl.-Ing. B. Gludovatz AT), Prof. R.Goldstein (RU), Dr. H. Grünbichler (AT), Prof. N. Gubeljak (SL), Dipl.-Ing. A. Hohenwarter (A), Dipl.-Ing. Marianne Kapp (AT),Dr. H. Knobbe (GE), Prof. O. Kolednik (AT), Dr. P. Köster (GE), Prof. M. Kotoul (CZ), Prof. S. Melin (SE), Prof. R. Pippan (AT), Prof. J. Pokluda (CZ), Dr. J. Predan (SL), Dr. M. Rakin (SB), Dipl.-Ing. Ingmar Roth (GE), Dr. M. Sauzay (FR), Dr. B. Schönbauer (AT),Dipl.-Ing. R. Schöngrundner (AT), Prof. A. Shanyavskiy (RU), Dr. K. Slamecka (CZ), Prof. M. Starostenkov (RU), Dipl.-Ing. S.Wurster (AT).The TC2 (Micromechanisms) meeting was held as a part of the workshop on Micromechanisms in Fracture and Fatigue,organized by Prof. O. Kolednik and Prof. J. Pokluda in Leoben, April 20–21, 2009. During the workshop 25 oral presentationswere given by participants from seven European countries. The Book of Abstracts was available for all attendants.  Agenda (1) TC2 – State of the Art(2) Special issues and other future outputs(3) Next TC2 meetings(4) Discussion  Ad (1) TC2 – State of the Art  This was the third meeting of the re-established TC2, after its first meeting in Alexandroupolis in August 2006. Since then,a well established group of scientists from all over Europe have regularly participated in the TC2 meetings. There is alreadyvisible and high quality scientific output from TC2’s work, for example the special issue of   Engineering Fracture Mechanics devoted to the TC2 meetings at ECF16 and MSMF5 edited by J. Pokluda and R. Pippan. The participants of the meeting inLeoben decided to keep the current practice to organize TC2 meetings at least once per year, either during suitable scientificconferences or in a more free way like that in Leoben.  Ad (2) Special issues and other future outputs At the moment, there are three further special issues in preparation featuring output from the ECF17 conference. One of them, under the guest-editorship of J. Pokluda, will again appear in  Engineering Fracture Mechanics . This issue will containselected papers based in particular on contributions presented at the TC2 section of ECF17. It seems to be worthwhile tocontinue these activities. There is another favourable aspect of such a work: a not negligible amount of money that we werepromised to receive from the ESIS executive to promote the TC2 activities. We have already received reasonable support toenable people from developing countries to participate in the TC2 section at ECF17 in Brno.Another activity should be associated with the application of international projects in the frame of European scientificprograms. Many European programs are focused on the support of fracture research in Ukraine and Russia so that theTC2 members should think about that kind of activities for the future.  Ad (3) Next TC2 meetings The participants agreed that the next meetings of TC2 will be held in Brno, June 2010 and in Dresden, September 2010.The first meeting will be associated with the 6th Int. Conference on Materials Structure and Micromechanics of Fracture doi:10.1016/j.engfracmech.2009.05.005Engineering Fracture Mechanics 76 (2009) I–II Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Engineering Fracture Mechanics journal homepage:  (MSMF6). The second meeting will be related to the ECF18 conference. The longer-term plans for the year 2011 will be dis-cussed in Brno next year.  Ad (4) Discussion Prof. O. Kolednik proposed to compile a list of TC2 members and other sympathizers. This will be done in collaborationwith J. Pokluda. Establishment of the official TC2 ESIS website will also be considered for the future. A proposal of performingRound-Robin tests within the TC2 was raised by Prof. R. Goldstein. Several discussants assumed that this would be rathercomplicated and not very realistic due to a possible lack of a common motivation and available funds.  Jaroslav Pokluda Brno University of Technology,Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,Technicka 2, CZ-61669 Brno,Czech Republic Tel.: +420 541 142 842E-mail address:  pokluda@fme.vutbr.czAvailable online 18 May 2009 II  Conference/Engineering Fracture Mechanics 76 (2009) I–II 
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