Thematic Sessions

Authors are invited to submit papers on all aspects of computer methods in mechanics.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • adaptive materials systems, structures and smart materials,
  • artificial intelligence methods,
  • biomechanics,
  • contact mechanics,
  • computational intelligence,
  • concrete, ceramic and geomaterials,
  • coupled field problems,
  • dynamics of multibody systems,
  • experimental mechanics,
  • fluid mechanics, including modeling of blood flow,
  • fracture mechanics,
  • geophysics,
  • growth phenomena and evolution of microstructures,
  • heat transfer,
  • industrial applications,
  • inverse problems and optimization,
  • mechanics of multiphase and porous materials,
  • mechanics of plates and shells,
  • meshless and related methods,
  • multiscale problems and nanomechanics,
  • numerical analysis of the initial and boundary value problems in mechanics,
  • parallel computing,
  • response of structures to extreme actions,
  • soft computing,
  • solid mechanics, structural and composite mechanics.