Semi Plenary Speakers

*Alphabetical Order

Takayuki Aoki
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

"Large-scale Complex Flow Simulations using Particle and Mesh Methods on a GPU supercomputer"
Maenghyo Cho
Seoul National University, Korea

"Multiscale Opto-mechanical Design and Realization of Photo-responsive Materials : DFT, MD, and Continuum Simulations Integrated"
Alain Combescure
Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon, France

"About symmetries in structural mechanics: beauty and pitfalls “
Marc Geers
Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands

"From Emergence to Metamaterials in Multiscale Computational Mechanics"
Somnath Ghosh
Johns Hopkins University, USA

"Computational Framework Involving Spatial and Temporal Multi-Scaling for Coupled Transient Electromagnetics-Mechanical Phenomena”
Yuan Tong Gu
Queensland University of Technology, Australia

“Experimental and numerical exploration of deformability and aging of red blood cells”
Xu Guo
Dalian University of Technology, China

"Doing Topology Optimization Explicitly and Geometrically Based on Moving Morphable Components (MMC) approach— A New Paradigm"
Sergio R. Idelsohn
National University of Litoral, Argentina


"Are we using the mesh as coarse as possible and the maximum time-step necessary to efficiently solve a particular problem?"
Daigoro Isobe
University of Tsukuba, Japan

"A Finite Element Approach to Analyze Large-Scale Collapse Behaviors of Buildings and Motion Behaviors of Non-Structural Components"
Michael Kaliske
Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

"Tire-Pavement-Interaction: Material Modelling, Adapted FE-Formulations, Polymorphic Uncertainties"
Tarun Kant
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India

"Evolution of macro-mechanics of laminated composites"
Kenji Takizawa
Waseda University, Japan

"Space-Time Methods and Isogeometric Discretization in Computational Engineering Analysis”
Moon Kyum Kim
Yonsei University, Korea

"Soil–Structure Interaction Analysis in Computational Mechanics: a Retrospective Examination”
H Alicia Kim
University of California, San Diego
Cardiff University, UK

"Multiscale design via topology optimization”
Ellen Kuhl
Stanford University, USA

"Neuromechanics - Challenges and Opportunities"
Chang-Ock Lee
KAIST, Korea

“Dual Iterative Substructuring Method with a Penalty Term and Parallel Inner Problems”
Tae Hee Lee
Hanyang University, Korea

"Reliability-based design optimization by using information criterion”
G.R. Liu
University of Cincinnati, USA

"Meshfree Methods: Strong, Weak, Weak-Strong and Weakened Weak (W2) formulations“
Zishun Liu
Xi’an Jiaotong University, China

“Computational Mechanics of Soft Materials and Machines –The Deformation Study of Hydrogel and Shape Memory Polymer”
Shinji Nishiwaki
Kyoto University, Japan

"A new topology optimization and its application to mechanical, electromagnetic and material designs"
Harold S. Park
Boston University, USA

"New Approaches for Atomistic Simulations at Long Timescales and Slow Strain Rates"
Paulo M. Pimenta
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

"Recent advances on the analysis of flexible structures”
Naoki Takano
Keio University, Japan

"Applications of stochastic multiscale modeling of inter- and intra-individual differences”
Zhuo Zhuang
Tsinghua University, China

"Fracking Modeling in Shale by 3D Fluid-Biot-Fracture Interaction"

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