Envisioning the future of computational methods applied to engineering and sciences
This special issue is associated with the ECCOMAS Young Investigators Congress 2023. High quality and promising research topics will be shared in this event, and part of the contributions will be included in this issue. These contributions will be of interest of the scientific community relating to computational methods applied to sciences, in general.
The Special Issue will contain some of the most recent research in the areas of Computational Solid Mechanics, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Computational Natural Sciences, Scientific Computing, and Industrial Applications, performed by young researchers, who are shaping the future of the research paths in these areas.
The contributions included in the Special Issue are expected to help establishing some computational methods by demonstrating their applicability to real world problems and to raise new research paths with potential impact in the future of the scientific community. It may attract the attention of industries whose activity heavily relies on simulation (aeronautical, automotive, civil engineering).
List of topic areas
The areas of Computational Solid Mechanics, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Computational Natural Sciences, Scientific Computing, and Industrial Applications will be covered.
Anticipated themes contain, but are not limited to:
- multi-scale and multi-physics modelling;
- constitutive modelling of advanced materials;
- computational methods to model fracture, damage and plasticity;
- computational tribology, contact and friction;
- fluid dynamics;
- transport phenomena;
- turbulent flow;
- atomization and fragmentation of fluids;
- domain decomposition methods;
- model reduction;
- machine learning and data-driven approaches;
- high performance computing;
- CAD integration;
Igor A. Rodrigues Lopes
INEGI, University of Porto, Portugal
University of Porto, Portugal
Construct, University of Porto, Portugal
CERIS, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
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Opening date for manuscripts submissions: 1 May 2023
Closing date for manuscripts submission: 31 December 2023