- Assistant Professor Marco Pingaro, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Professor Patrizia Trovalusci, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, email@example.com
- Associate Professor Emanuele Reccia, University of Cagliari, Cagliari, Italy, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr. Greta Ongaro, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, email@example.com
In the last decades, the development of multiscale methods in a stochastic setting for uncertainty quantification and reliability analysis of composite materials and structures, as well as the integration of stochastic methods into a multiscale framework are becoming an emerging research frontier.
This Mini-Symposium aims at presenting recent advances in the field of multiscale analysis and enhanced methods to study complex heterogeneous media and metamaterials.
In this respect, topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Random field modeling of heterogeneous media
- Efficient simulation of random microstructure/morphology
- Design / Optimization of composite structures considering uncertainty
- Scale-dependent homogenization of random composites
- Homogenization of materials with random microstructure as generalized continua
- Finite element solution of multiscale stochastic partial differential equations
- Stochastic finite element (SFE) analysis of composite materials and structures
- Efficient algorithms to accelerate the SFE solution of multiscale problems
- Advanced Method for modeling composite materials (Virtual Elements Method, Isogemetric analysis, Mixed Finite Elements)
- Methods for improving the efficiency of Monte Carlo simulation
- Large-scale applications
- Peridynamic theory and multiscale methods for complex material behavior.
- Molecular dynamic method.
- Mechanical modeling of linear and non-linear metamaterials for structural and acoustic applications