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PhD ECCOMAS Olympiad

The 10th PhD ECCOMAS Olympiad will be organized in the framework of the joint 14th World Congress in Computational Mechanics and ECCOMAS Congress.

Previous ECCOMAS PhD Olympiads were held in Athens (2011), Aveiro (2012), Bordeaux (2013), Barcelona (2014), Aachen (2015), Crete (2016), Milano (2017), Glasgow (2018) and Krakow (Poland).

The purpose of the ECCOMAS PhD Olympiads is to present the best PhD Theses approved by a University or Research Organization in Europe during the previous year and to act as a forum for exchanging new ideas, disseminating recent developments in the fields of ECCOMAS and sharing common research interests among young investigators. Every National or Regional Association affiliated to ECCOMAS is represented by a number of selected PhDs submitted for consideration for the two ECCOMAS PhD Awards.



The participants to this edition are:

  • Mathematical and Numerical Analysis of Flow in Deformable Porous Media
    Dr. Jakub Both
    University of Bergen, Norway

  • Continuum Models Inspired by Molecular Theory of Elasticity
    Dr. Vito Diana
    POLITECNICO DI MILANO, Italy

  • Beyond Periodic Representation of Material Microstructure
    Dr. Martin Doškář
    Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic

  • Topology Optimization: Advanced Techniques for New Challenges
    Dr. Nicola Ferro
    Politecnico di Milano, Italy

  • Axisymmetric Bending and Flexural Vibration Analysis of Heterogeneous (fgm) Circular Plates
    Dr. Ahmad Reshad Noori
    Istanbul Gelisim University, Turkey

  • Modelling of Interfacial Flows with the Smoothed Particle
    Dr. Michał Olejnik
    Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

  • Second-Order Computational Homogenisation for the Multi-Scale Modelling of Multi-Phase Materials
    Dr. Igor André Rodrigues Lopes
    Faculdade de Engenharia da Universidade do Porto, Portugal

  • Advances in Deterministic and Stochastic Kinetic Modeling of Rarefied Gas Flows
    Dr. Giorgos Tatsios
    University of Thessaly, Greece

  • The Modelling of Surface Roughness Effects on Mechanical and Thermal Behaviours of Particles in the Discrete Element Method
    Dr. Tingting Zhao
    Taiyuan University of Technology, China