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Symposium on Mechanics and Physics of Material Failure at Multiscale Materials Modeling 10 (Baltimore, Oct. 18-23, 2020)

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The 10th International Conference on Multiscale Materials Modeling (MMM 10) will be held during October 18-23, 2020 at Renaissance Harborplace Hotel, in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. The MMM conference series is the world’s largest forum with a particular focus on multiscale materials modeling. 


We are organizing a symposium on the Mechanics and Physics of Material Failure. The symposium serves as a platform to share knowledge gained from experimental, theoretical and computational aspects of damage evolution in advanced engineering materials over a range of length- and time-scales. Modeling frameworks of interest include: atomistic, mesoscale methods (e.g. discrete-continuum mechanics), and homogenization-based continuum micromechanics including problems in multi-physics environments. We welcome approaches that embed statistical features in failure micromechanics. Of particular interest are talks that provide fundamental insights into the physics of failure processes through state-of-the-art experiments, especially those incorporating multi-physics (e.g. thermo- or chemo-mechanical) coupling, full-field data acquisition, and advanced microscopy. 


We encourage you to participate at the MMM 10 by contributing a talk at our symposium. The submission link is  and the due date for abstract submission is March 01, 2020. We look forward to your participation in this symposium at MMM10.


Symposium Organizers

Coleman Alleman

Amine Benzerga

Curt Bronkhorst

Laurent Capolungo

Martin Diehl 

Shailendra P. Joshi

Hojun Lim

Pavana Prabhakar

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