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  • C A L L F O R C O N T R I B U T I O N S Organizers wish to select a group of participants who may contribute to fruitful discussions. All participants are requested to submit online, before 01-Nov-2016, a two-page summary of their research activity (notification of acceptance by 30-Nov-2016).

    During the submission, participants may indicate if they also wish to present their work. In this case, the research summary should focus on the specific argument that will be presented. Both oral and poster sessions will be organized.

    R E G I S T R A T I O N Early registration fee: 150 (until 23-Dec-2016)

    Late registration fee: 200 (until 15-Feb-2017) On-site registration is not available.

    The fee covers attendance to all lectures, lecture notes, light refreshments and lunches.

    W O R K S H O P S E C R E T A R I A T Ajay B. Harish, Institute of Continuum Mechanics, Appelstr. 11, 5th Floor, 30167 Hannover (DE) rcm2017@music.uni-hannover.de +49 (0) 511-76217573

    1.- 3. March 2017 Hannover, Germany

    RESE ARC H CHA LL EN G ES

    IN ME C HANI CS APPLICATIONS OF AUTOMATED COMPUTATIONAL MODELING

    WORKSHOP - CONFERENCE

    RCM!2017!

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    RCM!2017!

    T O P I C S Nonlinear constitutive modeling Fracture and damage mechanics Computational multiscale modeling Computational contact mechanics Multiphysics and coupled problems Non-traditional computational techniques

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  • A I M S A N D D E S C R I P T I O N RCM2017 aims to collect recent results in Mechanics and present novel challenges for perspective applications related to bioengineering, advanced manufacturing, energy research, composite materials and many others engineering fields.

    The workshop-conference wi l l a l low young researchers to explore beyond their primary research area and to apply innovat ive concepts of computational mechanics. In particular, the potentialities of Automated Computational Modeling will be highlighted. This technique allows to speed up the process of generating novel and nonlinear computational environments, leading to a great advantage for both research and industry.

    RCM2017 couples a traditional instructive format with interactive sessions. Lectures include those from both guest professors and selected participants. Furthermore, participants will be involved in hands-on projects on research issues in which the potentialities of Automated Computational Modeling can be effectively exploited.

    The projects will require numerical implementation via the Mathematica package AceGen. Depending on the research topics of participants, teams will be formed for the hands-on projects and obtained results will be presented at the end of the workshop-conference. At least one expert user of AceGen will be present in each team. Depending on project outcomes, the best-team will be awarded with a prize of 100 per participant.

    RCM 2017 will allow participants to be involved in teamwork with experts from other areas, thus fostering not only collaborations but also a novel insight on implementation issues.

    A U D I E N C E RCM2017 is primarily targeted at young research assistants, doctoral students, post-doctoral scholars and early stage researchers.

    J O E K O R E L C University of Ljubljana Sensitivity analysis for multiphysics and multiscale frameworks

    L A U R A D E L O R E N Z I S Technische Universitt Braunschweig Phase-field modeling of fracture

    U D O N A C K E N H O R S T Leibniz Universitt Hannover Computational modeling in biomechanics

    J R G S C H R D E R Universitt Duisburg-Essen Novel computational approaches for anisotropic hyperelasticity

    J A K U B L E N G I E W I C Z IPPT, Polish Academy of Sciences Recent advances in computational contact mechanics

    O R G A N I Z I N G C O M M I T T E E Steffen Beese (IKM, LUH Hannover) Ajay B. Harish (IKM, LUH Hannover) Nirajkumar Jha (IBNM, LUH Hannover) Michele Marino (IKM, LUH Hannover)

    I N V I T E D L E C T U R E R S

    F U R T H E R I N F O R M A T I O N Please visit our website at:

    www.rcm2017.uni-hannover.de for manuscript templates and submission, registration and other conference queries.

    S U G G E S T E D R E A D I N G S Korelc J., Wriggers P. Automation of Finite Element Methods. Springer (2016) Schrder J., Viebahn N., Balzani D., Wriggers P. A novel mixed finite element for finite anisotropic elasticity; the SKA-element. CMAME, in press (2016) Ambati M., Gerasimov T., De Lorenzis L. A review on phase-field models of brittle fracture and a new fast hybrid formulation. Comp. Mech. 55: 383-405 (2015) Stupkiewicz S. , Lewandowski M.J. , Lengiewicz J. , Micromechanical analysis of friction anisotropy in rough elastic contacts, IJSS 51:3931-3943 (2014) Lengiewicz J., Korelc J., Stupkiewicz S., Automation of finite element formulations for large deformation contact problems, IJNME 85:1252-1279 (2011) Lutz A., Nackenhorst U., Numerical investigations on the biomechanical compatibility of hip-joint endoprostheses, Arch. Appl. Mech. 80: 503512 (2010) Korelc J. Automation of primal and sensitivity analysis of transient coupled problems. Comp. Mech. 44:631-649 (2009) Wriggers P. Nonlinear Finite Element Methods. Springer-Verlag (2008)

    P E T E R W R I G G E R S Leibniz Universitt Hannover Mixed methods for large-strain finite element simulations

    http://www.rcm2017.uni-hannover.dehttp://www.rcm2017.uni-hannover.de