Past Invited Speakers


Meeting Name Affiliation Title
ISCM-5   Dr. Michael Engelman   Fluent, USA & Israel   Design with CFD
ISCM-6    Prof. Raphael Haftka   University of Florida, USA   New optimization techniques
ISCM-12   Prof. Olivier Pironneau   University Paris 6, France   Domain decomposition methods
ISCM-13    Prof. Michel Romerio   EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland   Computational models for metal processes
ISCM-15   Prof. Charles Hirsch   Vrije University Brussels, Belgium   Trends in multiphysics CFD
ISCM-17   Roger Ohayon   Conservatorie National des Arts et Metiers (CNAM),
  Computational methods for fluid-solid interaction
ISCM-19   John Vassberg   Boeing – Phantom Works, USA   Recent advances in aerodynamic shape optimization
ISCM-20   Abigail Wacher   Oxfort University & Technion, UK&Israel   Moving finite element methods
ISCM-20   Prof. Stefan Hartmann   Univ of Kassel, Germany   Recent advances in computational viscoelasticity 
ISCM-21   Prof. Stefan Hartmann   Technical University of Munich, Germany   High order finite elements and geometric models
ISCM-22   Prof. Ekkehard Ramm   University iv of Stuttgart, Germany   Computational methods for shell structures
ISCM-23   Prof. Spencer Sherwin   Imperial College, UK   Computational methods for blood flow
ISCM-24   Prof. Jacob Fish   RPI, USA   Multiscale design system
ISCM-25   Prof. George Karniadakis   Brown University , USA   Predictability and uncertainty in large scale simulations 
ISCM-26   Prof. Patrick LeTallec   Ecole Polytechnic, France   Data assimilation in bio-mechanics
ISCM-27   Prof. Roland Glowinski   University of Huston, USA   Bifurcations and instabilities in particulate flows
ISCM-28   Prof. Sergio Idelsohn   Polytechnical University of Catalunya, Spain    Lagrangian formulations for heterogeneous fluid flows 
ISCM-28   Helmut Neunzert   Kaserslauten University , Germany   Kinetic schemes in fluid dynamics
ISCM-29   Prof. Manolis Papadrakakis   National Tech. University of Athens, Greece   Mastering computational demanding problems in mechanics with neural network predictions
ISCM-30   Prof. Eugenio Onate   Polytechnical University of Catalunya, Spain   Advances in the particle finite element method for multidisciplinary problems in computational mechanics 
ISCM-31   Prof. Jaume Peraire   Canegie Mellon University , USA   End to end earthquake simulation: From source to urban impact
ISCM-32   Prof. Jaume Peraire   MIT, USA   Hybridized discontinuous Galerkin methods for computational mechanics
ISCM-32   Prof. Marek Behr   RWTH Aachen, Germany   Model development and optimal design with applications to biomedical and production engineering
ISCM-33   Prof. Jan Hesthaven   Brown University , USA   Reduced models you can believe in
ISCM-34   Prof. Antonio Huerta   Polytechnical University of Catalunya, Spain   Improving numerical efficiency with model reduction and high-order adaptive discontinuous Galerkin
ISCM-35   Prof. Leszek Demkowicz   University of Texas at Austin, USA   Discontinuous Petrov Galerkin (DPG) method with optimal test functions
ISCM-36   Prof. Antony Patera   MIT, USA   On data assimilation
ISCM-37   Prof. Alfio Quarteroni   EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland   On cardiovascular models and ROM
ISCM-37   Prof. Adrian Lew   Stanford University , USA   On moving domain problems
ISCM-38   Prof. Alvaro Countinho   Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil   FE simulation of gravity currents
ISCM-39   Prof. Pierre Ladeveze   LMT/ENS Cachan, CNRS, Paris-Saclay University   Reduced Models in Nonlinear Solid Mechanics: State of the Art and Challenges
ISCM-40   Prof. Djordje Peric   Swansea University: Swansea, West Glamorgan, GB   Strategies for fluid-structure interaction: algorithms and applications
ISCM-42   Prof. Sauro Succi   Research Director IAC-CNR, Rome   Lattice Bolzmann simulation of complex states of moving matter
ISCM-43   Prof. Sukumar Natarajan
University of California, Davis
  Maximum-entropy in mesh free methods in computational mechanics
ISCM-44   Prof. Manfred Bischoff   Institute for Structural Mechanics, Stuttgart University, Germany   Rotation-free parameterization and isogeometric discretization of shear deformable shells
ISCM-45   Prof. John E. Dolbow   Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Duke University, USA   Recent advances in computational fracture mechanics and gradient-based damage methods
ISCM-46   Prof. Barbara Wohlmuth,    Technical University of Munich, Germany   Deep Learning and AI
ISCM-47   Prof. Alessandro Reali   Civil Engineering and Architecture, University of Pavia, Italy   Isogeometric Analysis: Advanced modeling and applications with a special focus on shells and laminates
ISCM-48   Prof. Shaul Markovitch   Computer Science Department, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology   Are general-purpose autonomous robots coming soon?
ISCM-50   Prof. Laura De Lorenzis   Institute for Mechanical Systems, Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering, ETH Zürich, Switzerland   EUCLID: Efficient unsupervised constitutive law identification and discovery
ISCM-51   Prof. Sanjay Govindjee   University of California, Berkeley, USA   Computational methods for phase transforming materials