Current Events

Second Symposium on "Multiscale-Multiphysics approaches for engineering applications"

The second "Multiscale-Multiphysics approaches for engineering applications" Symposium will be held at ICNAAM 2017
the 25th-30th of September 2017, in The MET Hotel, Thessaloniki, Greece.

Conference
Figure 1: The MET Hotel, Thessaloniki, Greece

The proceedings of the conference will be published in a Special Volume of the world-renowned AIP Conference Proceedings.

  • Selected papers will be submitted to:

  • The registration procedure must be done via the ICNAAM WEBSITE

  • Extended abstracts for the Symposium must be emailed to gabriele.pozzetti @ uni.lu.

    Deadlines:


    • 15 April (Early acceptance): an answer about acceptance/rejection of the extended abstract for the symposium will be communicated to the corresponding author within April the 25th

    • 19 July : an answer about acceptance/rejection of the extended abstract for the symposium will be communicated to the corresponding author within July the 30th
  • Past Events

    Symposium "Multiscale-Multiphysics approaches for engineering applications"

    The first "Multiscale-Multiphysics approaches for engineering applications" Symposium have been held at ICNAAM 2016
    the 21th of September 2016, in Rodos Palace Hotel, Rhodes, Greece.

    The proceedings of the conference are available online in the Vol 1863 of the world-renowned AIP Conference Proceedings.

    • The Symposium constisted in seven presentation concerning different aspects of the development of Multiscale and Multiphysics Numerical tools
      Title Speaker Affiliation
      On the choice of a phase interchange strategy for a multiscale DEM VOF method Gabriele Pozzetti University of Luxembourg
      Advanced Graphical User Interface for Multihpysics Simualtion using XDEM Florian Hoffmann InuTech
      Numerical analysis of wet separation of particles by density differences Darius Markauskas Ruhr-Universitat Bochum
      Community structure of force chains in granular hopper discharge Robertas Navakas Lithuanian Energy Institute, Kaunas
      edcSMOKE: A new combustion solver for stiff chemistry based on OpenFOAM Zhiyi Li Universite Libre de Bruxelles
      Application of the eXtended Discrete Element Method (XDEM) in the melting of a single particle Mehdi Baniasadi University of Luxembourg
      Multiscale Simulation of a Power-Cooling System Roberto da Via Universita degli studi di Bologna

    The XDEM team wishes to thank all the Authors and the Reviewers for their contribution in the success of this initiative.

    Contact: G. Pozzetti, Msc (gabriele.pozzetti @ uni.lu)