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Call for Abstract: WCCM 2020, Paris, France :: COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS AND MULTISCALE MODELING IN MANUFACTURING OF LOW-DIMENSIONAL MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES

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Dear Colleagues, 

Please consider submitting abstracts to our mini-symposium at the 14th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM XIV), Paris, France. The abstract submission deadline is December 15, 2019. 

MS397: COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS AND MULTISCALE MODELING IN MANUFACTURING OF LOW-DIMENSIONAL MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES

Abstract 

Low-dimensional materials and their seamless integrations with traditional materials or their own assembly into bulk quantity opens a new era in the exploration of advanced materials, structures and devices with unprecedented properties and functionalities at large scale. Both synthesis of the low-dimensional nanomaterials with well-defined structures and properties at the nanoscale and integration/assembly of them into bulk form with ordered arrangements at the large scale are amongst the most paramount challenges in manufacturing. At the root of manufacturing techniques in either low-dimensional nanomaterials or their enabled large scale structures, the elementary steps rely on critically on atomistic interactions and/or self-assembly and structural deformation and instability, sometimes, in a harsh environment, which is underpinned by mechanics in close integrations with chemical reactions and/or energy and mass transports. Understanding the underlying complex and multiplex mechanics mechanisms not only is crucial to optimize existing manufacturing techniques with enhanced controlling accuracy, but also will help explore new manufacturing solutions with unique capability, cost efficiency, and high precision.

This symposium aims to provide an interdisciplinary forum for discussing the mechanics that underpin the manufacturing and synthesis of both low-dimensional materials at the nanoscale and their enabled advanced materials, structures and devices on a large scale. Topics are included but not limited to computational methods and multiscale modeling of:

 - Mechanics in manufacturing and synthesis of 0/1/2-D nanomaterials (e.g. growth, sintering, cutting/machining, exfoliation, self-assembly, dip/flow/shear-coating)

 - Mechanics-driven manufacturing of architectural structures and functional devices from low-dimensional nanomaterials (e.g. self-assembly, transfer printing, folding, collapsing, spinning, drying/evaporation, crack/buckling/delamination-driven templating techniques, 3D printing)

 - Mechanics in manufacturing of heterostructures and hybridization of low-dimensional nanomaterials and traditional materials (e.g. doping, nanojunction, nanowelding/soldering, 3D printing)

 - Mechanics-chemical/thermal/optical/electric/magnetic couplings in manufacturing of relevance to low-dimensional nanomaterials in various environments

Organizers : 

Baoxing Xu, Email: bx4c@virginia.edu Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of Virginia

Xianqiao Wang, Email: xqwang@uga.edu College of Engineering, University of George

Yongwei Zhang, Email: zhangyw@ihpc.a-star.edu.sg Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore

Nicola Pugno, Email: nicola.pugno@unitn.it Department of Civil Engineering, University of Trento

Harold Park, Email: parkhs@bu.edu Department of Mechanical Engineering, Boston University

Siegfried Schmauder, Email: siegfried.schmauder@imwf.uni-stuttgart.de Institute of Materials Testing, Materials Science and Strength of Materials, University of Stuttgart

Dibakar Datta, Email: dibakar.datta@njit.edu Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology

Zhiping Xu, Email: xuzp@tsinghua.edu.cn Department of Engineering Mechanics, Tsinghua University

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