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Plenary Lecturers

Plenary Lectures will be delivered by scientists of international prestige in the field of the conference.


Confirmed Plenary Lecturers:

Jiun-Shyan Chen
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), USA
Circumventing the Trouble of Quadrature in Meshfree Method: 
Variational Consistency in Galerkin Weak Form and Collocation in Strong Form

Thomas J.R. Hughes
The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Phase-field Modeling of Ductile Fracture

Adnan Ibrahimbegovic
LMT - Cachan, France
Multi-scale Plasticity Models of Concrete Capable of Providing Size-effect, Crack-spacing and Opening

Pierre Ladevèze
LMT - Cachan, France
The Concept of Virtual Chart in Computational Structural Mechanics

Wing Kam Liu
Northwestern University, USA
The Modern Era of Mechanics: Using Genomes to Understand Materials

Herbert Mang
Vienna University of Technology, Austria
The Buckling Sphere – Extension of a New Concept for Classification of Loss of Stability to Elastoplasticity  

Christian Miehe
University of Stuttgart, Germany
Variational Multi-Physics of Solids at Fracture

Xavier Oliver
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
Continuum Approach to Computational Multi-scale Modeling of Material Failure

Djordje Peric
Swansea University, UK
The Mechanics and Biology of Touch

Ekkehard Ramm
Stuttgart University, Germany
On Path-Following in the Post-Critical Regime

Bernhard Schrefler
University of Padova, Italy
Modelling of Interaction Phenomena in Tumor Growth

Erwin Stein
Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany
History of Computational Elastoplasticity

Kenjiro Terada
Tohoku University, Japan
Computational Electro-Chemo-Mechanics for Solids Deteriorating at Multiple Scales

Peter Wriggers
Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany
Multiscale Analyis Applied to Material Modeling 



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