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Plenary Lectures 2017 Videos

  Remembrance of the
30th Anniversary by E. Stein

  COMPLAS Across Time
(1987-2017) by E. Ramm



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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.

Persons willing to organize an Invited Session on a specific topic are kindly requested to send their proposal to the conference secretariat.

The preliminary list of confirmed Invited Sessions follows:

Advanced Computational Modelling of Wood-based Products, and Timber Structures
Organizers: Josef Füssl, Josef Eberhardsteiner, Markus Lukacevic, Michael Kaliske

Applications of Computational Methods to Product and Process Design for Industry 
Organizers: Takashi Kuboki, Takashi iizuka, Shohei kajikawa

Continuum Damage and Cyclic Plasticity in Fatigue Life Estimation
Organizers: Lucival Malcher, Edgar Nobuo Mamiya

Computational Mechanics in the Presence of Uncertainties
Organizers: Hermann Matthies, Bojana Rosic, Adnan Ibrahimbegovic

Computational Plasticity of Heterogeneous Solids
Organizers: Alan Needleman, Amine Benzerga, Ankit Srivastava

Computational Modeling of Material Forming Process
Organizers: Jean-Philippe Ponthot, Carlos Agelet de Saracibar, Lionel Fourment, Robert A. F. Valente

Computational Strategies for Metal Cutting & Forming Operations
Organizer: Miguel Vaz Júnior

Computational Strategies for Modelling Material Failure: Enrichment, Regularization, Adaptivity
Organizer: Jose Cesar de Sa, Pedro Areias, Timon Rabczuk

Data-Driven Mechanics
Organizers: Francisco Chinesta, Elias Cueto, Pierre Ladeveze

Damage and fatigue of Polymers: Computational Models and Experiments
Organizers: Sami Holopainen, Thierry Barriere, Gang Cheng

Dislocation Mechanism Based Crystal Plasticity Theory, Computation and Experiment at Multi Scales
Organizers: Zhuo Zhuang, Zhanli Liu, Yinan Cui

Evolving Microstructures in Solids
Organizers: Joern Mosler, Laurent Stainier

Isogeometrics Methods
Organizers: Alessandro Reali, Tom Hughes

Length Scales in Plasticity and Fracture
Organizers: Emilio Martinez-Pañeda, Christian F. Niordson, Benjamin Klusemann

Limit Analysis and Plastic Collapse
Organizers: Stanislav Sysala, Eva Hrubesova

Meshfree, Particle, and Peridynamic Methods
Organizers: J. S. Chen, John Foster, Mike Hillman, Pablo Seleson

Modeling of Plasticity and Damage Under Cyclic Loading
Organizers: Renato Natal Jorge, Abílio de Jesus

Modeling of Structural Impact and Crashworthiness
Organizers: Hakim Naceur, D. Coutellier, A.Eskandarian

Model Order Reduction with Emphasis on Non-linear and Multi-scale Problems
Organizers: Stefanie Reese, Marc Geers

Multi-physics Simulation of Biomechanical Systems
Organizers: Gerhard Holzapfel, Shawn C. Shadden

Multi-scale and Computational Scale Bridging
Organizers: Varvara Kouznetsova, Jörg Schröder,Kenjiro Terada

Multiscale Modeling of Concrete and Concrete Structures
Organizers: Herbert Mang, Bernhard Pichler, Yong Yu

New Approaches for Localization Problems
Organizers: Konstantin Naumenko, Daniel Juhre

Numerical Mdelling of Non-standard Cementitious Materials
Organizers: Tony Jefferson, Iulia Mihai

Prediction and utilization process-induced residual stresses
Organizers: Thomas Böhlke, Markus Kästner,Jörg Schröder, 

Theory of Fracture, Crack propagation Criteria, and Crack Tracking Algorithms
Organizers: Anna Pandolfi, Michael Ortiz

Virtual Element and Related Polygonal Methods for Inelastic Structural Applications
Organizers: Edoardo Artioli, Lourenco Beirao da Veiga, Robert L. Taylor, Peter Wriggers

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