10TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ADAPTIVE MODELING AND SIMULATION
We would like to invite you to participate in the 10th International Conference on Adaptive Modeling and Simulation (ADMOS 2021), which will be held 21-23 June 2021, at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Numerical Modeling and Simulation are increasingly used as a complementary tool to Experimental Modeling and Analysis and as a design or certification tool in engineering applications. However, after more than thirty years of scientific investigation around Adaptive Modeling and Simulation, the problem of properly assessing and controlling the quality of the numerical solutions still represents a relevant issue in the scientific community. Nowadays, it is well-established that a certain maturity has been reached in this context, as well as calculations for industrial applications can be verified and error bounds can be provided in many cases. Nevertheless, the design of sophisticated engineering systems requires increasingly complex and coupled modeling and verification tools are still lacking in these cases. Furthermore, new challenges characterize the actual industrial demands, such as fast calculations for real-time decision making, design optimization, inverse analysis, simulation-based control, in particular in the presence of uncertainty.
The main goal of ADMOS 2021 is to provide a forum for presenting and discussing the current state-of-the-art achievements on Adaptive Modeling and Simulation, including theoretical models, numerical methods, algorithmic strategies and challenging engineering applications.
ADMOS 2021 is jointly organized by Chalmers University of Technology, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and CIMNE and it is promoted by the European Committee in Solids and Structural Mechanics (ECSSM) of ECCOMAS. ADMOS is one of the conferences that launched the ECCOMAS series of thematic conferences. The previous editions were held successively in Göteborg in 2003, Barcelona in 2005, Göteborg in 2007, Bruxelles in 2009, Paris in 2011, Lisbon in 2013, Nantes in 2015, in Verbania, Italy in 2017 and in El Campello (Alicante) in 2019.
We look forward to receiving your abstracts and welcoming you to Gothenburg in June 2021.
Chairs of the Conference
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
RWT Aachen University, Germany
Jönköping University, Sweden
JP Moitinho de Almeida
Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
- Big data and data assimilation
- Biomedical simulations and applications
- Domain decomposition & HPC
- Dynamics and nonlinear problems
- Error estimates (guaranteed bounds, goal-oriented, space/time/phase)
- Immerse Boundary Methods
- Industrial and engineering applications
- Mesh and model adaptivity
- Multiscale, multimodel and multiphysics
- Optimization and inverse problems
- Reduced order modeling
- Stochastic modeling
People willing to organize Minisymposia on a specific topic are kindly invited to send their proposal to the conference secretariat providing a temptative title and a short description.
The preliminary list of confirmed MS follows:
Advanced methods for data assimilation/inverse problems (connected with adaptive modeling)
Ludovic Chamoin, L.M.T. Cachan, France
Applications of goal-oriented error estimation and adaptivity
Serge Prudhomme, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada
Dimensional reduction by CutFEM
Peter Hansbo, Jönköping University, Sweden
Fictitious domain: methods and applications
Juan José Ródenas, Universidad Politècnica de València, Spain
Enrique Nadal, Universidad Politècnica de València, Spain
Ernst Rank, Technical University of Munich ,Germany
Mesh adaptation techniques for numerical simulation
Franck Ledoux, CEA, France
Adrien Loseille, Gamma3, INRIA Saclay, France
Suzanne Michelle Shontz, The University of Kansas, United States
Per-Olof Persson, University of California, United States
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ADMOS 2021 will take place in Gothenburg, Sweden, at Chalmers University of Technology. Chalmers University of Technology is a Swedish university that focuses on research and education in technology, natural sciences, architecture, maritime and management areas. Chalmers is located on two campuses: Johanneberg in the city centre, and Lindholmen in the middle of the expansive Norra Älvstranden (north of the river). Chalmers also conducts research at Onsala Space Observatory 45 km south of Gothenburg. The university is named after its major benefactor, William Chalmers, one of the directors of the successful Swedish East India Company in Gothenburg. Chalmers University of Technology was founded in 1829 through the will of William Chalmers.
Gothenburg blends a distinct feeling of charm with the pulse of modern urban life and creative atmosphere. The city is in the middle of an exciting period of infrastructural and content development and is also filled with flourishing gardens, historic sites and buildings, and magnificent museums. The tram-rattled streets are lined with cosy cafés and restaurants, some of them internationally renowned for their haute cuisine. Gothenburg is also home to Scandinavia’s largest amusement park and with a location on the Swedish west coast you will be on a ferry in less than 30 minutes from the downtown area to explore the tranquil archipelago.
Gothenburg has been an international city since it was founded in 1621 and in fact, next year Gothenburg celebrates 400 years!
For almost 400 years Gothenburg has looked outwards toward the sea and the world beyond. Our city was built and planned by Dutch and Germans. As a maritime city of trade and industry we have fostered close relationships and been able to exchange skills with many other countries. International contacts, outside influences and people from different cultures have always been an asset to Gothenburg, and still are today. We are a sustainable city that is open to the world
Gothenburg is an open and accessible city. It offers almost everything you would expect of a cosmopolitan city – within walking distance. All you need is right in the city and you can get everywhere on foot – from the Central Station to your hotel, to the arenas, shopping, restaurants and nightlife. But it´s not just close to everything; it´s also easy to get here. The international airport is just 20 minutes from the city centre and you can get direct flights here from more than 65 European cities.
Today, Greater Gothenburg is home to 970,000 people from almost every country on the planet. It is they who give the city its soul, its pulse and its unique atmosphere. In Sweden Gothenburg have a reputation for their friendliness and hospitality, and many who visit the city for the first time can attest to just how welcoming it feels.
Gothenburg has sustainability in its DNA and is a four-year consecutive winner for the world’s most sustainable meeting city according to the Global Sustainability Index.
It is easy to organise a sustainable meeting in Gothenburg. With world-class and internationally recognised green system solutions in place and with great experience in making major events sustainable and accessible Gothenburg strives to minimise any negative impact on people and the environment.
Gothenburg is one of Sweden’s foremost innovation environments. Universities, science parks and research institutes are based here and there is a strong commitment and a well-developed collaboration between academia, the public sector and the business sector.
The highlights of Gothenburg and its surroundings are a perfect combination of city buzz and peaceful nature - found within easy walking distance or a short tram ride.
Historical and contemporary attractions and activities are mixed with a wide repertoire of entertaining shows, sports, cultural events, shopping, fairs and exhibitions.
Gothenburg, located on the beautiful west coast of Sweden and has one of the Worlds finest Archipelagos The archipelago of Gothenburg stretches along the coast like a string of pearls. You don't have to travel far from the city to find charming villages, stunning nature and beaches. Seal safaris, sea-fishing and boat excursions are just some of the activities available here.
The Swedish nature can also be enjoyed in the middle of the city. The city parks are a popular choice among connoisseurs with green fingers, as well as anyone just wanting to go for a walk in the open air. The compact city centre makes it easy to walk from the green groves of Slottsskogen to the Botanical Garden's flower beds or drop by the Garden Society.
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In Gothenburg you can enjoy cuisine from all over the world at reasonable prices. Innovative and traditional kitchens lie side by side with hip food trucks and gourmet restaurants; several named in the Guide Michelin as well as the Swedish White Guide.
Gothenburg has an almost religious relationship with the fruits of the sea. Prawns, lobster and a wide selection of fish are ranked amongst the finest in the world. Gothenburg is also generally recognised as Sweden’s coffee capital. The tradition of “fika”, which means having a coffee and a cinnamon bun, is old, yet more popular than ever.
You haven’t really been to Sweden until you’ve had a “fika”. The Swedish tradition ”fika” – a coffee together with something sweet, preferably a cinnamon roll. All over, Swedes enjoy the fika; at home, in offices, even outdoors regardless of weather. It is a way to relax, to solve problems or to socialize. This habit has become a world-wide sensation. And for good reason. Visit the cafés in Gothenburg and see for yourself why the concept of “fika” is so cherished in Sweden.
The international airport Landvetter (GOT) is located 20 kilometres south-east of the city centre and you can travel from various destinations in Europe and the world. A super-efficient one-terminal airport, with 80 direct routes and 90 arriving flights per day (70% international).
It’s easy to get to and from the airport with the shuttle bus service Flygbussarna and the journey time is between 25 and 30 minutes.
Costs approximately SEK 420 to/from Landvetter Airport. Ask for a fixed price.
The driver should have a taxi ID card clearly displayed in the vehicle. Service is included in the taximeter price. Avoid unlicensed taxis.
Taxi Göteborg: +46 (0) 31 650 00
VIP Taxi: +46 (0) 31 27 16 11
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SJ, Västtrafik, Öresundståget, Tågab, NSB and MTR Express are running frequent services to and from the central station in Gothenburg, connecting the city with the Scandinavian capitals Stockholm, Oslo and Copenhagen. The journey times are just under 4 hours from Oslo, around 3 hours from Stockholm and 3,5 hours from Copenhagen. The trains from Denmark stop at Copenhagen international airport, making it a convenient option to fly there and catch the train to Gothenburg. SJ Swedish railways: www.sj.se/en
Transportation to the Venue Campus Johanneberg
Address: Chalmersplatsen 4, Gothenburg
Getting here by tram or by bus
The following buses are operating Chalmers: 16, 55, 58, 158 and 753. In addition, the trams 6, 7, 8 10 and 13 are operating Chalmers.
Please consult a map and/or GPS for the best alternatives for reaching your destination on campus by car.
Arriving in Gothenburg by train
Exit the train at the central station/the Nils Ericsson terminal. Take bus 16, destination Högsbohöjd, from the stop Nordstan, just outside the terminal. From Drottningstorget, also just outside the central station, you can take tram 13, heading “Sahlgrenska”, to Chalmers.
Getting around town
Gothenburg is a very “green city” and getting around is easy there are trams and busses as well as bicycles to rent and even battery scooters. The venue is located comfortably within the central area of the city as are most of the hotels.
Please visit the public transport operator Västtrafik for more details on how to get around and how to purchase a travel card which can be bought at Pressbyrån or consider downloading the “TO GO” Västtrafik APP.
- Deadline for presenting a one / two page abstract: from 31 December, 2020 to 15 January, 2021
- Announcement of conference format (Regular Onsite or Digital): 31 January, 2021
- Notification of acceptance of the contributions submitted: 15 February, 2021
- Deadline for speaker registration(*) and early bird rates: 26 March, 2021
(*) Speakers are required to finalize their registration before May 10, 2021 in order to get the presentation included in the Conference Programme.
Registration fees are expressed in SEK. Early bird rates applicable if paid until 26 March, 2021.
Registration fees are defined for a regular conference set-up. If the COVID-19 situation still incurs travelling restrictions, other formats of the conference (all-digital or semi-digital) will be considered and fees will be adjusted.
Registration will open on January 31st, 2021. At that time we will be able to announce the conference format.
Late Registration 7,050 SEK
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Late Registration 7,600 SEK
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Late Registration 5,200 SEK
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Late Registration 1,320 SEK
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- Registration fees include conference documentation, coffee breaks, reception and conference dinner for all delegates.
- Final acceptance is contingent upon payment of the registration fee by the speaker before May 10, 2021.
- Student registration: Student rate attendees must send by e-mail to the Conference Secretariat, a letter from their Department Head/Chair that states that the attendee is a full time student.
- VAT on fees – important information The fees are stated in SEK including Swedish VAT. Please note that all delegates are required to pay Swedish VAT on the registration fee (25%), social events (25%) and hotel (12%). Swedish tax legislation requires us to charge VAT (25%) on registration fees for both Swedish and non-Swedish customers. If your company is headquartered in a EU VAT-area country, you may apply for a VAT refund at your tax office in your home country. Kindly contact your tax authority for more information on VAT refunds.
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Submission of abstracts, conference registration as well as payment (through Meetx), has to be performed electronically, via the conference website.
Authors are invited to submit individual contributions related to any Conference topics (no code is required, the Topic can be selected from the drop-down menu when uploading the abstract).
Submissions to MS are by invitation.
One/two page Abstract describing the main features of the presented work have to be submitted by January 15, 2021.
The submitted contributions can be further edited or updated but only by the registered participants. To make any change in the contribution submitted you have to login as the registered participant, update the paper information and submit the new file.
If you want to check that the submission was successful, refresh the website and login again.
To avoid double registrations, please do not create a new record.
It is expected that the corresponding author will provide the talk.
Only one presentation per registration is allowed.
Final acceptance is contingent on the payment of the registration fee by the presenting author before May 10, 2021.
Only online payments will be accepted. Please make your payment in Registration Fees through Meetx link where you will also be asked to register in Meetx website.
Registration will open on February 15, 2021. At that time we will be able to announce the conference format (Regular Onsite or Online).
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