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GIMC Newsletter - Febbraio 2020

Cari GIMC Affiliati e Simpatizzanti,

abbiamo il piacere di annunciare che il XXIII Convegno Italiano di Meccanica Computazionale, la X Riunione del Gruppo Materiali AIMETA e la I Riunione del Gruppo di Biomeccanica si terranno a Reggio Calabria presso il Museo Archeologico Nazionale ( https://www.museoarcheologicoreggiocalabria.it/ ) nei giorni 9-12 settembre 2020 nell’ambito del

Convegno GIMC-GMA-GBMA-2020

organizzato da Paolo Fuschi e Aurora Pisano.

GIMC 2020

Il XXIII Convegno Italiano di Meccanica Computazionale si terrà a Reggio Calabria dal 9 al 12 settembre 2020 congiuntamente con la X Riunione del Gruppo Materiali AIMETA e la I Riunione  del Gruppo di Biomeccanica.

Riunione Gruppo GIMC all'AIMETA di Roma

La riunione 2019 del gruppo GIMC si terra' Lunedi' 16 Settembre 2019, dalle ore 14:00 alle ore 15:30, nell'ambito del Congresso del XXIII Congresso AIMETA a Roma, Via Eudossiana 18.

Minsimposio GIMC all'AIMETA di Roma

Si ricorda che nell'ambito del XXIII Congresso Aimeta di Roma ci sara' un Minisimposio dedidato alla Meccanica Computazionale.

GIMC – Novel Approaches in Computational Mechanics

S. Marfia, A. Pandolfi, A. Reali

Computational Mechanics is becoming a primal research field for most engineering branches, in particular for Civil, Mechanical, Aerospace, Naval, Environmental, and Biomedical Engineering. An active and constantly increasing research effort toward innovative and highly efficient computational techniques has led to the development of new advanced numerical methods able to subside the limitations of conventional finite elements, so far the gold standard discretization tool of Computational Mechanics. Examples of innovative methods are Isogeometric Analysis, Mimetic Finite Differences and Virtual Elements, X-FEM, Immersed Methods, SPH and Particle Methods,...

GIMC/ECCOMAS Award 2018

The selection board has concluded the evaluation of the six PhD theses submitted to the GIMC/ECCOMAS Award.  The committee was very well impressed by the overall high quality of the five theses. The discussion lead to the following selections:

  • Dr. Elena Gaburro, Università di Trento, as the best Thesis in Computational Fluid Mechanics.
  • Dr. Domenico Magisano, Università della Calabria, as the Best Thesis in Computational Solid Mechanics

Moreover, the selection board has selected as GIMC/AIMETA candidate to the ECCOMAS PhD Award:

Dr. Elena Gaburro, Università di Trento.

Consiglio Direttivo 

 

Ruolo

Città

Sonia Marfia

Chairman

Roma

Stefano De Miranda

 

Bologna

Giovanni Garcea

 

Rende (CS)

 

In evidence:

Meccanica Special Issue:

Novel computational approaches to old and new problems in mechanics

Preface

Meeting in Lucca, 27-29 June 2016


GIMC Meetings


GIMC Awards for thr best PhD Thesis

YEAR

THESIS TITLE

AUTHOR

FIELD

2019

Well balanced Arbitrary-Lagrangian-Eulerian Finite Volume schemes on moving nonconforming meshes for non-conservative Hyperbolic systems

 Elena Gaburro

Fluids

2019

Solid-shell finite element and isogeometric models for nonlinear analysis and design of elastic shells using Newton, Koiter and Koiter-Newton solution strategies  Domenico Magisano
 Solids

2018

Discontinuous Galerkin methods for compressible and incompressible flows on space-time adaptive meshes

Francesco Fambri

Fluids

2018

3D beam-column finite elements under tri-axial stress-strain states: non-uniform shear stress distribution and warping

Paolo Di Re

Solids

2017

Incremental energy minimization and mixed finite element formulations for the analysis of inelastic structures

Nicola Nodargi

Solids

2017

The modified finite particle method in the context of meshless methods

Andrea Montanino

Fluids

2016

Multiscale and multiphysics modeling of Li-Ion battery cells

Davide Grazioli

Solids

2016

High order direct arbitrary-lagrangian-eulerian (ALE) finite volume schemes for hyperbolic systems
 on unstructured meshes

Walter Boschieri

Fluids

2015

Shape memory and elastoplastic materials: from constitutive and numerical to fatigue modeling

Giulia Scalet

Solids

2014

Isogeometric treatment of large deformation contact and debonding problems with NURBS and T-splines

Rossana Dimitri

Solids