Organizers: S. Forest (MINES Paristech, CNRS, Paris), H. Petryk (IPPT PAN, Warsaw)
Organizers: V. Kouznetsova (Eindhoven UT), A. Menzel (TU Dortmund), S. Stupkiewicz (IPPT PAN, Warsaw)
Organizers: M. Basista (IPPT PAN, Warsaw), G. Bolzon (Polit. di Milano), Ch. Sommitsch (TU Graz)
Organizers: K. Kowalczyk-Gajewska (IPPT PAN, Warsaw), S. Mercier (Univ. of Lorraine, LEM3, Metz), J. Rodriguez-Martinez (Univ. Carlos III, Madrid), G. Vadillo (Univ. Carlos III, Madrid)
Organizers: O. Allix (LMT, ENS Cachan, France), T. Burczyński (IPPT PAN, Warsaw), P. Kowalczyk (IPPT PAN, Warsaw)
Organizers: J. Rojek (IPPT PAN, Warsaw), M. Pietrzyk (AGH Univ. of Science and Technology, Cracow), R. Kačianauskas (Vilnius Gediminas TU, Lithuania), B. Peters (Université du Luxembourg)
Organizers: T. Łodygowski (Poznan UT), R. Pęcherski (IPPT PAN, Warsaw), H. M. Shodja (Sharif UT, Iran)
Phenomena related to coupled fields in any forms of interaction between electrical, magnetic, mechanical, chemical and thermal, associated to continuous media with micro- / nano-structures incurred in various branches of engineering sciences are the focus of this session. Novel higher order continuum theories, experimental methodologies, computational, and atomistic simulations to capture the discrete nature of the media are in the spotlight.
In recent physical foundations of continua, multiscale modelling is aimed to estimate material properties or system behaviour on one level using information and theories from different levels: level of quantum mechanical models accounting for the information about electron fields, level of molecular dynamics providing information about individual atoms, mesoscale or nano level related with the information about groups of atoms and molecules and finally level of continuum models. Each level is related with an information flow over a specific window of length and time. Multiscale modelling is significant in integrated computational prediction of material properties or system behaviour with use of the knowledge of the atomistic structure and properties of elementary processes. On the other hand, in the workflow integration approach information from molecular simulation at different levels flows into the decision process.
The contributions devoted to presentation and critical comparison and discussion of the both aforementioned approaches are welcome.
The studies and discussions of computational challenges related with integrated computational materials engineering belong also to the scope of the session.
Also the wide scope of the coupled fields phenomena of interest include but not limited to:
Organizers: S. Kourkoulis (National TU of Athens), Z.L. Kowalewski (IPPT PAN, Warsaw)
Organizers: Z. Mróz (IPPT PAN, Warsaw), S. Pietruszczak (McMaster University, Ontario), R. Michalowski (University of Michigan), J. Tejchman (Gdansk UT)
Organizers: R. Będziński (TU Wroclaw) , J-F. Ganghoffer (Univ. of Lorraine, Nancy), E. Majchrzak (Silesian UT), M. Nowak (TU Poznan)
Organizers: E. A. Pieczyska (IPPT PAN, Warsaw), H. Tobushi (Aichi IT, Toyota-city), Q. P. Sun (HKUST, Hong Kong)
Organizers: M. Gilbert (U Sheffield), T. Lewiński (Warsaw UT), A. V. Pichugin (Brunel U.,London)
Organizers: P. Perlikowski (Łódź UT), S. Evangelou (Imperial College, London), Ł. Jankowski (IPPT PAN, Warsaw)
Organizers: J. Chróścielewski (Gdansk UT), F. Gruttmann (TU Darmstadt),
V. Eremeyev (Rostov on Don, Gdansk UT),
K. Wiśniewski (IPPT PAN, Warsaw)
The topics of the session include (but are not limited to):
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Organizers: R. Iwankiewicz (TU Hamburg), Z. Kotulski (Warsaw UT)
Organizers: B. Brank (U Ljubljana), J. Hohe (IWM Freiburg), I. Kreja (Gdansk UT)