• Jose E. Andrade (California Institute of Technology) A new generation of accurate multiscale methods for granular computations
  • Ronaldo I. Borja (Stanford UniversityMultiscale poromechanics: Fluid flow, solid deformation, and anisotropic thermoplasticity
  • Jiun-Shyan (JS) Chen (UC San DiegoFracture to Damage Multiscale Mechanics and Meshfree Modeling of Concrete Materials under Extreme Loadings
  • William Curtin (EPF LausanneX-Mechanics for Predictive Metallurgy
  • Jacob Fish (Columbia UniversityComputational Continua
  • Somnath Ghosh (Johns Hopkins University)
  • Alexander Hartmaier (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) Atomistically informed continuum models of deformation and failure
  • John Hutchinson (Harvard University) Bifurcation, localization, energy barriers and hysteresis in elastic structures and materials
  • Adnan Ibrahimbegovic (Universite Technologie Compiegne) Multiscale analysis of failure mechanics, stochastic upscaling and probability-based explanation of size effect

  • Ellen Kuhl (Stanford University)  Multiscale Computational Analysis of the Brain
  • Ricardo Lebensohn (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
  • Lars P. Mikkelsen (DTU Wind, TU Denmark ) Multiscale approach for tomography based finite element modelling of composites for wind energy applications
  • Leon Mishnaevsky Jr. (DTU Wind, TU Denmark) Micromechanics of hierarchical materials
  • Christian Frithiof Niordson (DTU Mek, TU Denmark) Effects of micron scale plasticity on metal fracture
  • Wolfgang Pantleon (DTU Mek, TU Denmark) Dislocation-based constitutive laws and multiscale structural gradients
  • Stefanie Reese (RWTH Aachen) A multiscale FE-FFT- and phase-field-based computational approach to predict the mechanical response of polycrystalline materials
  • Jakob Schiøtz (DTY Fysik, TU Denmark)
  • Siegfried Schmauder (Universität StuttgartMultiscale modelling of fatigue- From atoms to components
  • Jörg Schröder (Universität Duisburg-Essen) Multiscale characterization of product properties of magneto-electric-mechanically coupling composites
  • Ole Sigmund (DTU Mek, TU Denmark) Multiscale approaches for topology optimization
  • Kurt Stokbro (QuantumWise A/SSimulation of semiconductor devices with the Atomistix ToolKit
  • Bent F. Sørensen (DTU Wind, TU Denmark) Wind turbines, structures and composite materials: Multiscale development
  • Mads Peter Sørensen (DTU Compute, TU Denmark) Multiscale modelling in superconducters and nanomechanical sensors
  • Andrey V. Solov'yov (MBN Research) Multiscale modelling of phase and structural transitions of Meso-Bio-Nano systems with MBN Explorer
  • Patrizia Trovalusci (Sapienza U. RomaMultifield/non--local continuum modelling of materials with microstructure: a multiscale approach

  • Grethe Winther (DTU Mek, TU Denmark) Hierarchical microstructures in metals due to dislocation-mediated plasticity
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