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Plenary and Semi-Plenary Speakers



Monday, July 29


Karen E. Willcox, Oden Institute/University of Texas at Austin

From Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations to Low-Dimensional Models: Physics-Based Model Reduction

Tuesday, July 30

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C. Armando Duarte, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Recent Developments in the Generalized Finite Element Method 


Wednesday, July 31


Mary Wheeler, Oden Institute/University of Texas at Austin

Modeling Poromechanics with Strong Discontinuities


Thursday, August 1

TravisOliphant.png Oliphant, Quansight

Improving physics-based modeling with open-source communities, data-science, and machine learning



Monday, July 29

small_silling-photo_1.jpgStewart Silling, Sandia National Laboratories

small_VCalo_USNCCM15.pngVictor Calo, Curtin University


Tuesday, July 30

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Caglar Oskay, Vanderbilt University
Tadmore.pngEllad Tadmor, University of Minnesota

Special Young Investigator Semi-Plenary Speakers

Wednesday, July 31

small_Bessa, Miguel_270x270.jpgMiguel Bessa, Delft University of Technology

Design of a Super-compressible Metamaterial by Machine Learning and Additive Manufacturing

small_Tupek-USNCCM15.pngMichael Tupek, Sandia National Laboratories

Regularized Fracture Modeling: Establishing a Connection between Phase-Field, Cohesive-Zone, Peridynamic and Meshfree Approaches