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Plenary Lecturers
Carlos Felippa
University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
 A Variational, FIC-Based Variational Formulation For Particle Finite Element Methods

Thomas J. R. Hughes
The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Thermodynamically Consistent Modelling and Simulation of Liquid-Vapor Phase Transition

Pierre Ladevčze
LMT-Cachan, France
On a Trefftz Discontinuous Galerkin Method and Its Extension to Numerical Model Coupling

Wing Kam Liu
Northwestern University, USA
Cell and Nanoparticle Transport in Tumor Microvasculature and its Uncertainty Quantification 

Rainald Löhner
George Mason University, USA
Scaling Up Multiphysics

Xavier Oliver
Technical University of Catalonia, Spain
"Laudatio" of Prof. Eugenio Oņate: the scientist, the colleague, the friend

Eugenio Oņate
Technical University of Catalonia & CIMNE, Spain
Advances in the Particle Finite Element Method for Coupled Problems in Engineering

Roger Owen
Swansea University, UK
Progress and Prospects in the Modeling of Particulates and Multi-Fracturing Materials with 
Coupled Field Effects
Tayfun Tezduyar Rice University, USA Space-Time Computational Fluid-Structure Interaction Techniques Peter Wriggers Leibniz Hannover University, Germany Contact of Particles in Fluids
Genki Yagawa Toyo University, Japan Computation and Experiment on Splash Formation by Solid Body Plunging into Water

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