Plenary Lecture


Irene Arias
Lacan, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain

Fracture and flow in porous media: a two-scale approach and spline-based discretisation

René de Borst
University of Sheffield, UK

Computational mechanics-based digital twin for model predictive control of autonomous UAV landing in adverse conditions

Charbel Farhat
Stanford University, USA

From engineered metastructures to natural seismic metamaterials: theory, computational aspects and experiments

C.W. Lim
City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Development of new rocket propulsion system "Rotating Detonation Engine"

Akiko Matsuo
Keio University, Japan


Marie Oshima
The University of Tokyo, Japan

Semi-plenary Lecture

Deep materials modeling and design

Chuin-Shan (David) Chen
National Taiwan University, Taiwan

Empowering data-informed engineering from smarter data, sensing and hybrid modelling

Francisco Chinesta
ENSAM Institute of Technology, France

Machine-learning based computational mechanics as a powerful tool for engineering and science

YuanTong Gu
Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Discrete crack models in regularized fracture mechanics for mesh-based and mesh-free methods

Michael Kaliske
TU Dresden, Germany
Ellen Kuhl

Opportunities for Machine Learning in Computational Mechanics

Ellen Kuhl
Stanford Univerisity, USA
Gui-Rong Liu

On law- and data-based methods

Gui-Rong Liu
University of Cincinnati, USA

A semi-resolved CFD-DEM approach for particulate flows with thermal convection

Moubin Liu
Peking University, China


Wing Kam Liu
Northwestern University, USA

Recent advances of constitutive models of soft smart materials - from molecular, network scales to continuum scale

Zishun Liu
Xi’an Jiaotong University, China / National University of Singapore, Singapore

Wings at low Reynolds numbers and lifting line theory

Sanjay Mittal
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India

Isogeometric analysis: some recent advances and applications

Alessandro Reali
University of Pavia, Italy

Parametric model order reduction for fluid and structure objects

SangJoon Shin
Seoul National University, Korea

Topology optimization for fluid flow design problems

Emilio Silva
Polytechnic School of University of São Paulo, Brazil

Prediction of fatigue crack propagation using effective regularization techniques for regression problems

Yoshitaka Wada
Kindai University, Japan

Virtual elements in engineering sciences

Peter Wriggers
Leibniz University Hannover, Germany

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