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Plenary Lecturers

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

Pierre Alart
Université Montpellier 2, France
Contributions and limitations of the Non Smooth Contact Dynamics for the simulation of dense granular systems

J.S. Chen
University of California, San Diego, USA
A new reproducing Kernel formulation with embedded Kernel stability for modeling extreme events

Mojtaba Ghadiri
University of Leeds, UK
Effect of particle shape in simulation of particle flows by distinct element method

Hans Herrmann
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Particles in turbulent flow

Sergio Idelsohn
ICREA Research Professor at CIMNE, Spain
The Particle Finite Element Method - second generation: an overview

Heinrich Jaeger
The University of Chicago, USA
Granular materials by design: new approaches for mapping desired properties of the aggregate to properties of individual particles

Dennis Kochmann
California Institute of Technology, USA
Coarse-grained atomistics via meshless and mesh-based quasicontinuum techniques

Petros Koumoutsakos
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
The amazing simulation powers of particles and what we can/not do with them

Rainald Löhner
George Mason University, USA
Real-time micro-modelling of a million pedestrians

François Nicot
Going down to the microscale : new perpectives

John R. Williams
Application of SPH to coupled fluid-solid problems in the petroleum industry

Falk Wittel
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
From fracture to fragmentation

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