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Stabilized, Multiscale, and Multiphysics Methods

Guillermo Hauke, University of Zaragoza
Isaac Harari, Tel Aviv University
Arif Masud, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
This symposium aims to bring together researchers considering various aspects of Stabilized and Multiscale methods in Computational Mechanics. These methods have broad applications in fluid dynamics, solid and structural mechanics, material modeling, problems with weak and strong discontinuities, as well as phenomena involving coupled interacting fields, namely, fluid-structure interaction, thermo-mechanics, chemo-mechanics, and electro-magnetics. This symposium will provide a platform to engineers, mathematicians, and computer scientists to discuss recent developments in the field of stabilized and variational multiscale methods and their novel applications in engineering and science. We welcome contributions dealing with all aspects of stabilized, multiscale and multiphysics methods, including but not limited to,
  1. Mathematical theory of Stabilized and Variational Multiscale methods
  2. Emerging multiscale approaches and applications
  3. New formulations and solution techniques
  4. Multiscale methods in CFD and Turbulence modeling
  5. Application to Error Estimation and Uncertainty Quantification
  6. Applications of VMS in V&V and Reduced Order Modeling
  7. Applications of VMS in emerging Data Science problems
  8. Applications of VMS in Machine Learning Approaches