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1st MUSIC Summer School on "Multiscale and Multiphysics Modelling of Interfaces"

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The Graduate School MUSIC (Multiscale Methods for Interface Coupling) invites to its first Summer School on Multiscale and Multiphysics Modelling of Interfaces at Leibniz Universitaet Hannover, Germany, from 15 to 17 September 2010.

Summer School 2010 will focus on the modelling of multiphysics phenomena associated with interfaces from a multiscale point of view. Theoretical and computational aspects of adhesion and cohesive fracture, thermomechanical contact and friction at macro and micro scales as well as shape memory effects governed by material interfaces will be addressed by distinguished researchers in these fields both from an engineering as well as a materials science point of view:

  • Olivier Allix: Interface and delamination. Basic aspects andmultiscale issues
  • Marc Geers: Computational multiscale interfacial mechanics
  • Jean-Francois Molinari: Molecular origins of friction
  • Stanislaw Stupkiewicz: Interfaces and interfacial energy in martensitic microstructures
  • Peter Wriggers: Multiscale methods for contact problems

Further information about the 1st MUSIC Summer School can be found in the flyer as well as on the MUSIC website http://www.music.uni-hannover.de/summerschool.html.

If you are interested in attending the summer school, we are looking forward to receive your electronic application using the application form until 15 July 2010.

 

 

MUSIC Summer School 2010 is organized by the Institute of Continuum Mechanics at Leibniz Universität Hannover and is coordinated by Dr. İlker Temizer and Dr.-Ing. Britta Hirschberger.

 

Graduate School MUSIC

Leibniz Universität Hannover

c/o Institute of Continuum Mechanics

Appelstr. 11

30167 Hannover

Germany

 

E-Mail: summerschool@music.uni-hannover.de

URL: http://www.music.uni-hannover.de/summerschool.html

 

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