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General Guidelines

Each MS should consist of a minimum of one Session (6 presentations of 20 minutes each). The number of Sessions for a MS will be determined by the number of papers submitted. A MS cannot be split in parallel sessions.

Technical Sessions will last 2 hours. The format will consist of:

Sessions without a Keynote Lecture: 6 regular presentations (20 minutes each including Q&A).

Sessions with a Keynote Lecture (KL): in each MS a keynote lecture of 40’ is allowed every two sessions.

List of Accepted Minisymposia

100 - Fracture, Damage and Failure Mechanics

200 - Advanced Discretization Techniques

300 - Multiscale and Multiphysics Systems

400 - Biomechanics and Mechanobiology

500 - Materials by Design

600 - Fluid Dynamics and Transport Phenomena

700 - Numerical Methods and Algorithms in Science and Engineering

800 - Uncertainty Quantification, Reliability and Error Estimation

900 - Structural Mechanics, Dynamics and Engineering

1000 - Manufacturing and Materials Processing

1100 - Atomistic, Nano and Micro Mechanics of Materials

1200 - Modeling and Analysis of Real World and Industry Applications

1300 - Inverse Problems, Optimization and Design

1400 - Software, High Performance Computing

1500 - Fluid-structure Interaction, Contact and Interfaces

1600 - Geomechanics and Natural Materials

1700 - Data Science and Machine Learning

1800 - Imaging and Visualization of Scientific Systems

1900 - Partial Differential Equations

2000 - Control Theory and Optimization

2100 - Other