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WCCM 2018, New York City. Symp#1216 Microstructure Regulated Mechanics of Materials Under Extreme Dynamic Environments

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Dear Colleague,

A mini-symposium on the Microstructure Regulated Mechanics of Materials Under Extreme Dynamic Environments at the 2018 World Congress on Computational Mechanics (http://www.wccm2018.org/) will take place in stunning heart of New York City, New York from July 22--27, 2018. 

This mini-symposium will present advanced models and simulations incorporating material heterogeneities from atomistic to continuum, such as, grain boundaries, twin boundaries, dislocations, phase boundaries, multi-material interfaces, cracks, inclusions, amorphized zones. Simulations that map processing-related heterogeneities to material properties and performance in extreme dynamic environments are critical to enable closure of the materials-by-design loop.  Contributions considering following approaches are particularly welcome: models and simulations of materials response using particle-based methods or finite-element methods, incorporating mechanics of a single defect, a collection/network of defects, modeled either explicitly or implicitly within a statistical framework.

We encourage your research group to submit an abstract to this mini-symposium. You may pass the information about this Special Session to other colleagues of yours that might be interested. Please submit an abstract (limit 400 words) to mini-symposium #1216 Microstructure Regulated Mechanics of Materials Under Extreme Dynamic Environments. Abstract submission is open until December 31, 2017, available at http://www.wccm2018.org/abstract-submission

We look forward to seeing you in New York City. Best Regards,  

Andrew Tonge, U.S. Army Research Laboratory

Richard Leavy, U.S. Army Research Laboratory

Nitin Daphalapurkar, Johns Hopkins University 

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