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Workshop-Conference on Research Challenges in Mechanics: Applications of Automated Computational Modeling (RCM 2017)

Dear Colleagues,

This is the first call-for-contributions for the International Workshop-Conference 

RCM2017

Research Challenges in Mechanics: Applications of Automated Computational Modeling

that will be held between 1 - 3 March 2017 in Hannover, Germany (please, see the enclosed brochure). RCM2017 couples an instructive format with interactive sessions, with the aim of exploring beyond traditional concepts of computational mechanics. In particular, the potentialities of Automated Computational Modeling in generating novel and nonlinear computational environments will be highlighted. The workshop aims to present innovative approaches for applications related to bioengineering, advanced manufacturing, energy research, composite materials, and many others. 

Lectures include those from both guest professors of international prestige and selected participants. Furthermore, participants will be involved in hands-on projects on frontier research challenges. For these projects, the knowledge of the Mathematica package AceGen is highly appreciated but not requested.

RCM2017 will allow participants to be involved in a teamwork with experts from other areas, thus fostering not only collaborations but also a better comprehension and a novel insight on implementation issues. Awards are also planned.

Further information can be found at www.rcm2017.uni-hannover.de 

Looking forward to welcoming you in Hannover,
We send our best regards,

Steffen Beese, Ajay B. Harish, Niraj Kumar Jha, Michele Marino
RCM2017 organizers

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