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IMECE 2012: Symposium on Bridging Scales and Physics in Honor of Prof. Wing Kam Liu's 60th Birthday

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Dear Colleagues:

We are happy to announce a minisymposium to be held at the 2012 ASME IMECE in Houston (November 9-15) entitled "Symposium on Multiscale Computational Mechanics:  Bridging Scales and Physics in Honor of Prof. Wing Kam Liu's 60th Birthday".  

As a world-renowned scholar in the field of computational mechanics, Professor
Liu has made fundamental contributions to nonlinear finite element methods and
pioneering work in meshfree particle methods, multiple scale analysis and
multiresolution methods, and coupling of atomistic with continuum simulations.
To reflect these important contributions, the major theme of this symposium is to
address topics in multiscale modeling and simulation of multiphysical phenomena
involved in modern engineering applications.  Contributions from all aspects related to this major theme
are invited. In addition, we welcome work that presents validation, verification,
and uncertainty quantification of the multiscale methodology through analytical
and experimental work.

Abstracts can be submitted until February 27, 2012, at the following website:

http://www.asmeconferences.org/Congress2012/Login.cfm

 

where the Liu minisymposium is 9-12.

 

Best regards from the symposium co-organizers:

Professor Shaofan Li, UC Berkeley

Professor Albert To, University of Pittsburgh

Professor Sukky Jun, University of Wyoming

Professor Harold Park, Boston University

Professor Lucy Zhang, RPI

Professor Yaling Liu, Lehigh University

Dr. Gregory Wagner, Sandia National Lab

Professor Eduard Karpov, University of Illinois

Professor Dong Qian, University of Cincinnati

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