- Toru Takahashi, Nagoya University
- Toshiro Matsumoto, Nagoya University
- Yijun Liu, Southern University of Science and Technology
- Hitoshi Yoshikawa, Kyoto University
- Takahiro Saitoh, Gunma University
- Hiroshi Isakari, Keio University
- Kazuki Niino, Kyoto University
Beyond our imagination of a few decades ago, Boundary Element Method is certainly and rapidly evolving as a fast, accurate, scalable, and reliable tool in computational science and engineering. Together with the fundamental/mathematical developments, BEM has been enhancing its applications to cutting-edge academic/industrial fields. All these fundamental and application aspects of BEM are the main topic of this minisymposium, but any presentation that is indirectly/potentially related to BEM is also welcome.