About the Conference > Invited Keynotes and papers

Invited Keynotes (provisional titles)

Xavier Cespedes
STRAINS, France, Assessing 3D concrete structures at ULS with robust numerical methods

Bruno Massicotte
Full Prof. Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal, Québec, Canada, Numerical simulation of bond strength in UHPFRC

Joško Ožbolt
Full Prof. Universität Stuttgart, Germany, Modeling corrosion of steel reinforcement in concrete: Accelerated vs. natural corrosion


Invited presentations (provisional list and titles)

Barros J.
University of Minho, Portugal, Integrating hybrid reinforced concrete technology and advanced fem-based numerical modelling for crack control in long concrete foundations without joints

Ben Ftima M.
Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada, Numerical multi-physical simulation of concrete hydraulic facilities affected by alkali-aggregate reaction: developments, applications and future perspectives

Bolander J.
University of California, USA, Simulating early-age behavior of concrete: Implications toward long-term durability

Briffaut M.
Université de Grenoble, France, Probabilistic modelling of containment building leakage at the structural scale : application to the PACE mock-up

Bullard J. W.
Texas A&M University, USA, Toward a Material Agnostic Model of Microstructure Hydration and Deterioration in Concrete

Cervenka J.
ATHENA, Czech republic, Title to be defined

Cusatis G.
Norwestern University, USA, 3D Printing of Infrastructure Materials for Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Constructions: Experiments, Computations, and Future Outlook.

Di Prisco M.
Politecnico di Milano, Italy, Title to be defined

Fairbairn E.
Université Fédérale de Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, Revisiting the thermal studies of Itaipu construction phase: lessons from the FEM 3D analysis of the  largest hydroelectric energy producer in the world

Grimal E.
EDF, France, Aging of structures – How FEM can help to assess the safety and to design rehabilitation works

Karrech A.
The University of Western Australia, Australia, A novel cohesive element to model concrete lined underground tunnels and mine excavations

La Borderie C. 
ISA BTP, University of Pau, France, Permeability of damaged concrete, evaluation of the flow coefficient on the basis of multiscale computation

Maekawa K.
okohama National University, Japan, Multi-scale modeling of structural concrete and safety assessment of underground ducts at fire

Meschke G.
Ruhr University Bochum, Germany, Modeling fatigue of concrete and fiber reinforced concrete

Nedjar B.
MAST-EMGCU, Univ Gustave Eiffel, IFSTTAR France, "Early age concrete : finite element tools for the design of pouring phases. Possible extensions toward 3D printings".

Pan J.
Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, Mechanism for canyon deformation induced by initial reservoir impounding and effect of canyon deformation on the safety of the Xiluodu Arch Dam

Pesavento F.
University of Padova, Title to be defined

Rastiello G.
CEA, France, Parallel mixed finite element methods for structural-scale simulations using regularized damage mechanics models

Schlangen E.
Delft University, Netherlands, The influence of autogenous shrinkage and creep on the risk of early age cracking

Sellier A.
INSA de Toulouse, France, Relevance of behavior laws of homogenized reinforced concrete in the context of finite elements of different sizes

Van den Bos A.
DIANA FEA / Engineering, Netherlands, Combining short term young hardening effects with long term shrinkage and relaxation effects

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