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Invited Sessions

Keynote lectures will be complemented by invited sessions organized by recognised experts in targeted research areas.

The talks scheduled are generally invited by the organizers. Authors interested to contribute to a particular Invited Session are kindly requested to contact the session organizer(s) directly.

Persons willing to organize an Invited Session on a specific topic are kindly requested to send their proposal to the conference secretariat.

A preliminary list of the Invited Sessions planned follows:

Advances in Computational Techniques for Fluid Mechanics and 
Fluid-Structure Interactions
Yuri Bazilevs and Tayfun Tezduyar;

Analysis of Numerical Methods for Heterogeneous Media or Models
Lucia Gastaldi and Daniele Boffi;

Application of BEM, Meshless and Other Mesh Reduction Methods 
to Coupled Problems
Alain Kassab and Eduardo Divo;

Coupled Analysis of Concrete and Reinforce Concrete Structures Subjected 
to Thermal Cyclic Loads
Carmelo Majorana and Valentina Salomoni ;

Coupled Electrical-Magnetic-Thermal-Mechanical Modeling 
of Materials and Structures
Massimo Guarnieri and Carmelo Majorana ;

Coupled Problems in Biophysics
Marino Arroyo and Antonio DeSimone

Coupled Problems in Geotechnical Engineering
Sebastia Olivella

Coupled Problems in Particulate Engineering
Csaba Sinka and Charley Wu ;

Multiphysics Modelling of Geo-Environmental Engineering Problems
Lyesse Laloui and Lorenzo Sanavia ;

Multiphysics Multiscale Enabling Materials I  Nano- and Biosystems
Lucy Zhang, Yaling Liu and Wing-Kam Liu ; ; 
Speeding-Up Numerical Simulations: Model Reduction and Other 
Advanced Discretization Techniques
F. Chinesta, D. Ryckelynck and Elias Cueto ; ;

Strategies for Coupling Different Numerical Methods
Gernot Beer and Jerzy Rojek;

Thermomechanical Simulation of Forming and Impact Problems
Carlos Agelet de Saracibar and Jean-Philippe Ponthot ;

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