General Information


Important dates

Online conference registration opening

1 April 2023

Abstract submission deadline

30 April 202331 May 202315 June 2023

Online hotel booking opening


Notification of acceptance

15 May 2023 → 30 June 2023

Preliminary programme

7 July 2023

Full papers (Optional)

31 July 2023 → 15 October 2023 → 10 December 2023

Detailed information about the submission of full paper will be announced for speakers by email later.

End of early bird and oral presenters registration

30 June 2023 → 15 July 2023


Proceedings of 13th International Fatigue Congress (Fatigue 2022+1) will not be published.

After the conference, a special issue of Fatigue 2022+1 will be published in Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures (FFEMS).
The authors who will present their work at the conference are welcome to prepare a full paper. Submitted and selected papers will be reviewed through the regular FFEMS review process.
Detailed information about the special issue will be announced later.


English is the official language of the Congress and must be used for abstracts, papers and presentations.

Conference fees

See details on page Registration

Congress Secretariat:

The Society of Materials Science, Japan (JSMS) Committee on Fatigue of Materials

PROGRAM Information

Registration desk

The registration desk will be opened in the main Hall 
on Monday 6th November from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm 
on Tuesday 7th November from 7:10 am to 5:00 pm
on Wednesday 8th November from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm
on Thursday 9th November from 7:30 am to 11:00 am
on Friday 10th November from 7:30 am to 2:00 pm

Oral Presentations

Oral presenters are kindly requested to use your laptop for your presentation (.ppt, .pptx or .pdf files preferably).We have prepared HDMI and Mini D-sub 15 pin (DE-15) for connection cables. If you need other conversion cables, please prepare them by yourself.
Presenters are requested to check the connection between their laptop and the projector by yourself during breaks. 
The time for a regular presentation is 15 min + 5 min for questions and answers (Plenary: 60 min including Q&A; Keynote lectures: 40 min including Q&A). The chairpersons are urged to strictly enforce this allocated time, in particular in order to ensure the synchronization between parallel sessions and stick with the timetable. 
Prizes for students will be awarded, voted for by the Conference attendees and Committee. Awards ceremony will be held at Closing, Friday 10th.

Social Events

Welcome ReceptionAttendees are kindly invited to join the Welcome Reception in the Hall of the International Conference Center Hiroshima on Monday 6th at 6.00 pm.


Banquet will be held on Thursday (Day 4), November 9th, 7:00 pm in RIHGA Royal Hotel Hiroshima.The Eight-Headed Snake Demon (Yamata-no-Orochi) will be performed in Banquet. Hiroshima Kagura is a traditional performing art which has been passed down from generation to generation mainly in northern Hiroshima Prefecture.


The visit of the Naka Incineration Plant at Hiroshima city and Itsukushima shrine at Miyajima Island will be organized on Thursday, November 9th from 11:30 am. 

Lunchs & Refreshments

Lunchs and Refreshments will be offered during the congress, so please take time to discuss with the presenters and visit the exhibition.


Registration Fees
Full Registration

In case of problem, contact the registration secretariat.


A free wireless internet access will be available for attendees. 
Shared Lobby Network
SSID : icch-free
Password : icc-h
HIMAWARI internal network
SSID : icch-wifi
Password : icch2427777


International Conference Center Hiroshima
Address: 1-5, Nakajima-cho, Naka-ku, Hiroshima (in the Peace Memorial Park)Phone : +81-(0)82-242-7777
Website :