|USNCCM: 7th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics|
|USNCCM7 will be hosed by Sandia National Laboratories and USACM. The Congress will feature plenary speakers, minisymposia, contributed papers, and pre and post-short courses.|
|Date:||July 28, 2003 - July 30, 2003|
|Location:||Albuquerque Convention Center, Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States|
|Organizer:||United States Association for Computational Mechanics|
|Deadlines:||January 31, 2003 (abstract)|
|Type of Event:||Conference, National|
USNCCM7 will be hosed by Sandia National Laboratories and USACM. The Congress will feature plenary speakers, minisymposia, contributed papers, and pre and post-short courses. The meeting will be held in enchanting Albuquerque, New Mexico, at the Albuquerque Convention Center located in the historic downtown district. We plan to attract between 850-1000 delegates.
The technical program for the 7th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics is built upon topical minisymposia that provide a flexible format for accommodating the great breadth and depth of technical subjects that constitutes Computational Mechanics as a whole. The mini-symposium provides the opportunity for individuals to organize one or more sessions tailored for a specific research area, such as nanotechnology, computational biology/biomechanics, and multi-scale methods.
The technical program will be structured around a number of special minisymposia, with ample room for contributed papers on computational methodologies and applications in the following areas:
Finite Element Formulations, Boundary Element Formulations, Meshfree (Element Free) Methods, Particle Methods; Adaptive Techniques, Multi-Scale Methods (Macro-Micro and Nanomechanics), Coupled Multi-Field Problems; Nonlinear Solvers, Coupled Solvers, Parallel Computing, Domain Decomposition Methods; Computational Mathematics, Symbolic Computation, Numerical Optimization, Inverse Methods; Nonlinear Dynamics and Control.
Structural Mechanics, Solid Mechanics, Acoustics, Materials Engineering, Deterioration Mechanics; Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Mechanics, Electromagnetics, Stochastic Systems and Probabilistic Mechanics, System Identification and Damage Detection, Coupled Problems in Environmental Sciences, Geophysics, Geomechanics, Biomechanics; Visualization, CAD-CAE and Integrated System Engineering, Commercial Finite Element Software.
|Event record first posted on September 7, 2002, last modified on September 7, 2002|