Conference scope and themes

The Conference will emphasise on recent developments in the field of Computational Mechanics through a combination of keynote lectures and paper and poster sessions. Nonlinear computations, new discretization methods and Isogeometric analysis will be at the center of this conference, where researchers in Computational Mechanics will have a unique opportunity to get together and interact. Papers are solicited under specific subthemes including, but not limited to, the following:

Biomechanics  Isogeometric Methods
Boundary Elements  Large Scale Linear Algebra
Composites Material Modelling
Computational Plasticity Meshing Techniques
Contact Mechanics  Meshless Methods
Damage Mechanics Multiscale Bridging
Artificial Intelligence & Data Mining   Optimisation
Domain Decomposition Particle-based MethodsParticle-based Methods
Discrete Element Method    PDE & SPDE Solutions
Error Analysis & Adaptivity  Phase Field Mechanics
Finite Deformation Mechanics  Solid Mechanics
Finite Elements Structural Control
Fluid Mechanics       Structural Dynamics
Fluid-Structure Interaction       Turbulence Simulation
Fracture & Failure Mechanics   Thermodynamics
Geomechanics   Validation & Verification
GPU & HPC    Wave Propagation
Instability Analysis