Plenary Lectures

  • S. Reese, K. Manjunatha, J. Shi, M. Sesa, M. Behr, F. Vogt

    The efficacy of cardiological interventions, including the implantation of prostheses, is highly dependent on patient-specific immunohistology and can be enhanced with computational [...]

  • P. Wriggers, M. Gierig, A. Haverich

    Atherosclerosis is a disease in blood vessels that often results in plaque formation and lumen narrowing. It is an inflammatory response of the tissue caused by disruptions [...]

  • P. Diez, S. Zlotnik, A. Muixí, A. García-González

    Challenging inverse problems aim at identifying large sets of parameters using data from different sources and diverse accuracy. This is the case of data assimilation for [...]

  • K. Park, J. González

    A new paradigm for simulating mulitipysics systems is presented with initial focus on FluidStructure Interaction (FSI). For each single-field governing equations adopting [...]

Advances in analysis, algorithms, and software for the coupling of conventional and data-driven models for heterogeneous multi-scale, multi-physics simulations

Advances in Multiphysics Modelling and Simulation of Electromagnetic Systems

Coupled problems with geometric reduction methods

Coupling image processing and computational modeling for biomedical applications

Flow-Structure Interaction in Bio-Inspired Locomotion/Transport Problems: Methods and Applications

Interdisciplinary Alliance in Biosciences: From physics-basedanddata-driven multiscale modelling to medical applications

Iterative Methods and Preconditioners for Challenging Multiphysics Systems

Machine learning and uncertainty quantification for coupled multi-physics, multi-scale and multi-fidelity modelling.

Multi-Physics and Multi-Scale Simulations with the Coupling Library preCICE

Multiscale and coupled problems in bioengineering

Nonlinear and deep learning based model reduction for coupled problems

Particle-based methods in Coupled Problems: advances and applications in DEM, PFEM, SPH, MPM, MPS and others

Progress in Computational Multiphysics Using Open-source Software

Quasi-Newton techniques for partitioned simulation of coupled problems

Recent trends in model order reduction for coupled problems

Sharing Advances in Modelling Techniques for Fluid-Structure Interaction

Simulation methods for coupled problems


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