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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 modeling of additive manufacturing: thermomechanical aspects
Michel Bellet
Mines ParisTech, PSL Research University, France
Computational multiscale analysis of mechanical and dynamical metamaterials
M.G.D. GEERS
Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
FEA and IGA in Nonlinear Computational Mechanics
Tom Hughes
University of Texas at Austin, USA

A data-driven computation approach for history-dependent materials
Pierre Ladevèze
Paris-Saclay University, France
Hierarchical Deep Learning Neural Network (HiDeNN): an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Framework for Computational Plasticity
Wing Kam Liu
Director of Global Center on Advanced Material Systems and Simulation, USA
On Numerical Modeling of Shock Propagation in Non-Convex Hyperelastic Solids: Towards Shock Absorbing Metamaterials Design
Xavier Oliver
Universidad Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain

Model-Free Data-Driven Computing: Theory and Practice
Michael Ortiz
California Institute of Technology, USA

New advances for evolving meshes/discretization methods in 3D large deformation problems. Application to metal forming, wear, crack propagation and fluid-structure interactions using FEM, DEM and PFEM
JP. Ponthot
Universite de Liege, Belgique
Data-driven mechanics – interesting aspects in the modelling of inelastic behaviour
Stefanie Reese
RWTH-Aachen University, Germany
Recent advances in FEMs and MPMs for Disaster Simulations
Kenjiro Terada
Tohoku University, Japan

Computational Plasticity based on the Virtual Element Method
Peter Wriggers
Leibniz University of Hannover, Germany

Data-driven based modulus prediction of cancellous bone and 3D printing for defect repair in clinic treatment
Zhuo Zhuang
Tsinghua University, China

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