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22nd ACME Conference on Computational Mechanics

April 3-4, 2014
Exeter, United Kingdom

The purpose of this conference is to share state-of-the-art research findings and experience across the full range of Computational Mechanics. The conference organising committee is particularly keen to encourage the participation of young researchers, including PhD students and research assistants.

The Conference will emphasize 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

Boundary Elements

Composites

Computational Plasticity

Contact Mechanics

Damage Mechanics

Artificial Intelligence & Data Mining

Domain Decomposition

Discrete Element Method

Error Analysis & Adaptivity

Finite Deformation Mechanics

Finite Elements

Fluid Mechanics

Fluid-Structure Interaction

Fracture & Failure Mechanics

Geomechanics

GPU & HPC

Instability Analysis

Isogeometric Methods

Large Scale Linear Algebra

Material Modelling

Meshing Techniques

Meshless Methods

Multiscale Bridging

Optimisation

Particle-based Methods

PDE & SPDE Solutions

Phase Field Mechanics

Solid Mechanics

Structural Control

Structural Dynamics

Turbulence Simulation

Thermodynamics

Validation & Verification

Wave Propagation

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