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Call for abstracts: EMI 2023 - Computational Geomechanics Minisymposium

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Dear colleagues and friends - You are cordially invited to submit an abstact to the Computational Geomechanics minisymposium at EMI 2023. Details of the minisymposium and submission are listed below. Abstracts are due January 31, 2023. Look foward to your contributions. Thank you!

MS701 Computational Geomechanics

Organizers: Qiushi Chen (Clemson University); Xiaoyu Song (University of Florida); Steve Sun (Columbia University); Shabnam Semnani (University of California San Diego); Majid Manzari (The George Washington University); Jose Andrade (California Institute of Technology; Ronaldo Borja (Stanford University); Jinhyun Choo (Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology)

This mini-symposium will provide a forum for presentations and discussions of state-of-the-art and state-of-the-practice in computational geomechanics. Topics of interest include but are not limited to: (1) development, implementation, and validation of advanced constitutive models in geomechanics; (2) particle-based numerical methods (DEM, MD, etc.); (3) computational models and algorithms for multiscale and multiphysics problems; (4) numerical modeling of fracture, damage, and fragmentation processes in geomechanics; (5) local/nonlocal theories and models for geomaterials (mesh-based and mesh-free); (6) applications and case studies of numerical methods in geo-energy and earthquake engineering; (7) validation and verification of numerical models and algorithms; (8) deep learning and data-driven approaches in geomechanics; (9) challenges and opportunities (extraterrestrial exploration, nature-inspired geomechanics, etc.). 

Abstract due: January 31, 2023

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