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INVITED LECTURES

PLENARY SPEAKERS:

Additive manufacturing: opportunities and challenges
Ferdinando Auricchio
University of Pavia, Italy
Developments in Cut Finite Element Methods
Peter Hansbo
Jönköping University, Sweden
Hybrid Regularized Lattice Boltzmann Method for complex turbulent flow simulations
Pierre Sagaut
Aix-Marseille Université, France
Partitioned Coupled Simulations of Clean Energy Systems towards Exascale Computing
Shinobu Yoshimura
University of Tokyo, Japan
Toward predictive digital twins: Component-based adaptive reduced-order models and interpretable machine learning
Karen Willcox
Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, USA

SEMI-PLENARY SPEAKERS:

Model and Method Hierarchies for Predictive Flow Simulation
Marek Behr
RWTH Aachen, Germany
Computational Hemodynamics across the Scales. From Fundamentals to Applications
Pablo Javier Blanco
LNCC, Brazil
Robust strategy based on duality for model certification, adaptation, and data-based selection
Ludovic Chamoin
L.M.T. Cachan
Predictive simulation for films, fashion, and physics
Florence Bertails-Descoubes
Inria, France
The scaled boundary finite element method - towards fully automatic numerical simulation in the digital age
Carolin Birk
University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Turbulence, Data and Everything Else
Gianluca Iaccarino
Stanford University, USA
Moving Particle Semi-implicit Method for Multiphase Flows
Seiichi Koshizuka
The University of Tokyo, Japan
Phase-field modeling and simulation of fracture and fatigue
Laura De Lorenzis
ETH Zürich, Switzerland
hp-FEM for fractional diffusion
Markus Melenk
TU Wien, Austria
Space-time methods for wave propagation problems
Ilaria Perugia
University of Wien, Austria
Mechanics of glasses: from the atoms up
David Rodney
University of Lyon, France
Novel variational formulations for the solution of coupled problems and inelastic structures
Ignacio Romero
IMDEA Materials/Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
Multi-scale modeling of failure processes in quasi-brittle (manufactured) materials
Bert Sluys
TU Delft, The Netherlands
The P-DNS method: a general approach to solve multiscale phenomena from convective transport to turbulent fluid flows
Sergio Idelsohn
CIMNE-ICREA, Spain
Numerical Synthesis of Linkage Mechanisms by Topology Optimization
Yoon Young Kim
Seoul National University, Korea
Brittle Crack Propagation with Universal Meshes
Adrian Lew
Stanford University, USA
Towards Overnight Industrial LES for External Aerodynamics
Rainald Löhner
George Mason University, USA
Coupling of particle-based methods and the finite element method for solving multidisciplinary problems in engineering and other applied sciences
Eugenio Oñate
CIMNE/Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain
Multiphysical Modeling and Simulation of CERN's quench protection system
Sebastian Schöps
Technische Universität Darmstadt
Numerical verification of finite element method for large deformation problems of hyperelasticity
Takahiro Yamada
Yokohama National University, Japan
Clinical Cardiovascular Mathematics between Models and Data: the (Fundamental) Role of Computational Mechanics
Alessandro Veneziani
Emory University, USA
Thermal-fluid-solid multi-field coupled fracture theory and computation model
Zhuo Zhuang
Tsinghua University, China