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2013 ASME IMECE Symposium on Multiphysics Simulations and Experiments for Solids (topic 10-33), Nov.15-21, San Diego, CA.
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
On behalf of the co-organizers, I would like to invite you to submit an abstract to the symposium on Multiphysics Simulations and Experiments for Solids as part of the upcoming 2013 ASME IMECE conference to be held at San Diego, CA from November 15-21. This symposium is a continuation of the previous symposia that have been successfully organized in the previous ASME IMECE conferences.
Complex interactions between multiphysics, including stress, temperature, electrical and magnetic fields, moisture, fluid, as well as mass transport, appear in various materials in wide spectrum of applications, ranging from nanostructured materials in electronics, piezoelectric, ferroelectric, and thermoelectric materials in energy conversion, to soft matters for drug delivery, nanomedicine, and tissue engineering. The computational modeling and simulation (e.g. continuum finite element analysis, atomistic molecular dynamics/tight-binding simulations and multiscale simulations) and experimental investigations (e.g. micro/nanoscale fabrication and electron and scanning probe microscopy) of such multiphysics systems, have significant impact on the understanding of the complex physics, and in turn will potentially benefit the general areas from electronics, energy applications such as fuel cells and lithium ion batteries, to healthcare and biomedical applications. This symposium dedicates to coupled mechanical, thermal, electromagnetic, optical, moisture, fluid, and mass transport simulations and experiments for solids.
Please note that this symposium is listed as topic 10-33 under the track of “mechanics of solids, structures and fluids” and the deadline for submitting the abstract is Feb 7th, 2013. The website for abstract and/or paper submission is
We look forward to meeting you in San Diego.
On behalf of
Hanqing Jiang, Arizona State Universit,
Gang Li, Clemson University,
Harold Park, Boston University,
Eliot Fang, Sandia National Labs
Dong Qian, University of Texas at Dallas
Aman Haque, Pennsylvania State University
Albert To, University of Pittsburgh,
Majid Minary, University of Texas at Dallas
Huijuan Zhao, Clemson University
Vikas Tomar, Purdue University