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ECCOMAS YIC 2019 in Krakow - MS on “Novel theories, formulations, methods and applications in structural mechanics”

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We would like to invite you and your students and colleagues to contribute your talks to a mini-symposium on the broad topic of “Novel theories, formulations, methods and applications in structural mechanics”, which we will be organizing at the 5th ECCOMAS Young Investigators Conference (YIC 2019, https://yic2019.agh.edu.pl/) in Krakow, Poland from September 1-6, 2019.

The ECCOMAS YIC 2019 will provide an excellent opportunity, in particular for young researchers, to present their latest work, gain feedback, exchange ideas and network with the computational mechanics community from Europe and beyond.

For more information on our mini-symposium, we have attached the abstract below, at the end of this email. To submit your presentation abstract, please register on the YIC 2019 submission system at https://yic2019.kisim.eu.org and select the session “Novel theories, formulations, methods and applications in structural mechanics”. The deadline for abstract submission will be February 10, 2019.

 

“Novel theories, formulations, methods and applications in structural mechanics”
https://yic2019.agh.edu.pl/novel-theories-formulations-methods-and-applications-in-structural-mechanics/

Slender, thin-walled structures such as trusses, beams, plates and shells are not only ubiquitous in civil and structural engineering, but also in many of tomorrow’s engineering domains such as biomedical, smart structures or soft robotics. To facilitate structural analysis in these emerging applications, it is important to incorporate new theories such as novel mechanical models, complex constitutive models (e.g., nonlinear, higher-order, plasticity, fracture, etc.), multi-scale or multi-physics effects. Furthermore, efficient computational analysis of those structural models requires advances in discretization methods, for instance using isogeometric analysis, higher-order finite element methods, or subdivision, as well as advanced formulations that avoid locking phenomena.

This minisymposium aims at bringing together researchers interested in all aspects of computational structural mechanics and welcomes novel theories, formulations, computational methods and applications, including also design optimization and contact.
 
Organizers:
Oliver Weeger, Singapore University of Technology and Design / TU Darmstadt
Wolfgang Dornisch, Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
Bastian Oesterle, University of Stuttgart
Hauke Gravenkamp, University of Duisburg-Essen

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