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INVITED SESSIONS

Plenary lectures will be complemented by Invited Sessions organized by recognised experts in targeted research areas. Contributions to these sessions are by invitation of the organizers.

The preliminary list of confirmed Invited Sessions follows:


Advanced Particle Methods for Continuum Mechanics Seiichi Koshizuka, Seiya Hagihara and M. Shirazaki Complex Particle Suspensions Christopher Leonardi, Yuntian Feng and Bruce D. Jones Discrete Modelling in Cell and Tissue Mechanobiology Jose Manuel García-Aznar, Herman Ramon and Paul Van Liedekerke Fracture and Fragmentation with DEM Ferenc Kun and Falk Wittel Grand Challenges of Hybrid Particle Systems in Petroleum Engineering Ante Munjiza, Esteban Rougier, Earl Knight and Zhou Lei Granular Plasticity François Nicot and Felix Darve Industrial and Manufacturing Applications Pablo Agustín Becker, Josep Mª Carbonell and Alessandro Franci Material Point Method – Recent Advances Zhen Chen and Xiong Zhang Micro-macro: From Discrete Particles to Continuum Models of Granular Mechanics Stefan Luding, Vanessa Magnanimo, Ken Kamrin, Farhang Radjai, Thomas Weinhart, and Deepak Tunuguntla Modelling of Degradation and Damage of Granular Materials Geir Horrigmoe and Kent Tano Models and Tools for Particulate Flows undergoing Phase Change or Reactions Stefan Radl, Christoph Kloss, Christoph Goniva and Shahriar Amini Multiscale-coupled Models for Granular Materials Gaël Combe and Stefano dal Pont Multiscale Numerical and Experimental Analysis of Particle Systems (T-MAPPP Symposium) Jin Ooi, Stefanos Papanicolopulos and Antonia Larese Parallel High Performance Simulation within the Framework of Particle-Based Methods Peter Wriggers, Eugenio Oñate, Bircan Avci and Pooyan Dadvand Particle-based Methods for Fluids and Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems Sergio Idelsohn and Eugenio Oñate Segregation in Granular Systems Anthony Thornton, Thomas Weinhart and Deepak Tunuguntla XDEM - A Software Platform for Advanced Multi-Physics Simulation Technology Bernhard Peters, Henrik Rusche and Hrvoje Jasak


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