Remembrance of the
30th Anniversary by E. Stein NEW!

  COMPLAS Across Time
by E. Ramm NEW!

  Organizers and Committees
  Plenary Lectures
  Invited Sessions
  Technical Programme
  Supporting Organizations
  COMPLAS 2017 Proceedings
  Conference Series


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

Confirmed Plenary Lecturers:

Jiun-Shyan (JS) Chen
University of California, San Diego, USA 
Recent advances in accelerated and stabilized meshfree method for modeling man-made and natural disasters 

Laura De Lorenzis
TU-Braunschweig, Germany
Modeling and computational aspects in phase-field modeling of fracture

Samuel Forest
Centre des Materiaux Mines ParisTech, France
The micromorphic approach to gradient plasticity and damage

Lionel Fourment
CEMEF - Mines ParisTech, France
Computational strategies for speeding-up F.E. simulations of metal forming processes

Antonio Gens
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Spain
Simulation of penetration problems in geomechanics

Gerhard Holzapfel
Graz University of Technology, Austria
On fiber dispersion models and phase-field modeling of fracture in soft biological tissues

Thomas J.R. Hughes
The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Recent developments in phase field modeling of fracture 

Pierre Ladevèze
LMT/ENS Cachan / CNRS / Paris-Saclay University, France
Extended-PGD model reduction for nonlinear solid mechanics problems involving many parameters

Wing Kam Liu
Northwestern University, USA
Self-consistent clustering analysis: an efficient multi-scale approach for inelastic heterogeneous materials

Javier Llorca
IMDEA Materials Institute, Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain
Multiscale modelling of plasticity: towards virtual tests of metallic materials

Herbert Mang
Technische Universität Wien, Austria
Bridging the gap by means of multiscale structural analyses

Javier Oliver
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Spain
Multi-scale modeling of materials accounting for inertial effects. Application to acoustic metamaterials

Michael Ortiz
California Institute of Technology, USA
Data-Driven Computing

Anna Pandolfi
Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Biomechanics of the anterior segment of the eye

Ekkehard Ramm
Universitaet Stuttgart, Germany
Alternative Contact Formulations: a) Dual FEM, (b) Isogeometric Analysis

Bernhard Schrefler
University of Padua, Italy
Fracturing in dry and saturated porous media

Robert L. Taylor
University of California, Berkeley, USA
VEM and Inelasticity.
Is virtual really reality!

Kenjiro Terada
IRIDeS, Tohoku University, Japan
Two-scale characterization of fiber-reinforced polymers with self-heating effect

Peter Wriggers
Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany
Simulation of finite elasto-plastic strains using the Virtual Element Method

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