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Plenary Lecturers

Plenary Lectures will be delivered by colleagues of international prestige in the field of the conference.

Confirmed Plenary Lecturers:

Francisco Armero
University of California at Berkeley, USA
Finite Elements with Embedded Discontinuities and Branching for the Modeling of Failure in Solids

Ted Belytschko
Northwestern University, USA
On Multiscale Methods for Fracture and Dislocation Computations Ronaldo Borja Stanford University, USA Stabilized Finite Elements for Interface Contact with the Extended Finite Element Method Jiun-Shyan Chen University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), USA Multiscale Modeling of DNA Molecules Gerhard A. Holzapfel Graz University of Technology, Austria
Computational Mechanics of Multi-Layered Collagenous Soft Tissues: State of the Art
and Challenges Ahead
Thomas J.R. Hughes The University of Texas at Austin, USA Nonlinear and Inelastic Isogeometric Analysis Michal Kleiber Polish Academy of Science, Poland
Statistical Models of Rough Surfaces for Finite Element 3D-Contact Analysis Pierre Ladevèze LMT Cachan, France The LATIN Multiscale Computational Strategy and Engineering Applications Wing-Kam Liu Northwestern University, USA Cyber-Enabled Predictive Science-Based Continuum Mechanics for Multiscale Fracture Process Discovery Herbert Mang Vienna University of Technology, Austria Modeling of the Behavior of Concrete Tunnel Linings under Combined Mechanical and Thermal Loading During Fire Christian Miehe University of Stuttgart, Germany Variational Approaches to Gradient-Type Solids in Electro-Magneto-Mechanics Eiji Nakamachi Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan Multi-Scale Analyses of Head Crash Injury by Employing Micro Blood Vessel and Nerve Cell Models Xavier Oliver Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain On a New Contact Domain Method in Contact Mechanics Problems Michael Ortiz California Institute of Technology, USA Optimal Transportation Methods for Fluid and Solid Flows Djordje Peric Swansea, United Kingdom Recent Developments on Multiscale Analysis of Materials and Structures Ekkehard Ramm Stuttgart, Germany Design Optimization of Heterogeneous Materials for Non-Linear Response Bernard Schrefler University of Padova, Italy A Thermodynamically Consistent Multiscale and Multiphysics Model for Concrete Erwin Stein Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany Theories and a Unified Variational and Algorihmic Framework for Mono and Polycristalline Martensitic Phase Transformations with Applications Robert Taylor University of Berkeley, USA A Tribute to O. C. Zienkiewicz Peter Wriggers Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany Coupled Discrete/Finite Element Methods as a Virtual Test Device Alek Zubelewicz Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA Emergence of Complex Defect Structures in Metals at Extreme Loading Rates

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