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PLENARY LECTURES


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

Confirmed Plenary Lecturers:

Numerical simulation of additive manufacturing processes: thermomechanical aspects
Michel Bellet
Mines ParisTech, PSL Research University, France
Semi-Lagrangian and Eulerian RKPM Shock Algorithms with Application to Explosive Welding Simulation
J.S. Chen
University of California, San Diego, USA
The Isogeometric Approach to Phase Field Modeling of Fracture
Thomas J. R Hughes
University of Texas, USA
Computational Nonlinear Solid Mechanics for complex loading histories
Pierre Ladevèze
Paris-Saclay University, France
Variational approach to topological optimization problems: closed-form solutions in a pseudo-time framework
Xavier Oliver
Universidad politecnica de Catalunya, Spain
Model-Free Data-Driven Computational Mechanics (and III): Analysis, Solvers, Data Identification and Data Management
Michael Ortiz
California Institute of Technology, USA
Multiscale Modelling and Analysis of Multi-phase Alloys
Francisco Pires
Porto University, Portugal
The Finite Cell Method: A High order immersed boundary method for large scale nonlinear problems
Ernst Rank
Technische Universität München, Germany
Exploration of predictive disaster simulations by FEM and MPM
Kenjiro Terada
Tohoku University, Japan
Simulation of Fracture Processes using the Virtual Element Method
Peter Wriggers
Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany
Single Arm Dislocation Source Mechanism-based Flow Stress and Computation of Crystal plasticity at Submicron Scale
Zhuo Zhuang
Tsinghua University, China

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