06 June 2022    14:00 - 16:00   Add
Multiscale Computational Homogenization for Bridging Scales in the Mechanics and Physics of Complex Materials II
Minisymposium organized by Julien Yvonnet, Kenjiro Terada, Peter Wriggers, Marc Geers, Karel Matous and Paul Steinmann
Room: Svalbard
Chair: Caglar Oskay
Using a reduced set of Fourier modes in terms of a FFT-based microstructure simulation
Christian Gierden, Johanna Waimann, Bob Svendsen and Stefanie Reese

Fast FE2 nonlinear multiscale simulations with loading path-dependent behaviors using k-means
Julien Yvonnet, Mohamed Amine Benaimeche, Souhail Chaouch, Benoit Bary and Qi-Chang He

Multiscale modelling of shell structures with artificial neural networks
Jeremy Geiger, Werner Wagner and Steffen Freitag

Multiscale modeling of quasi-brittle materials based on artificial neural networks
Gian-Luca Geuken, Patrick Kurzeja and Jörn Mosler

Numerical model reduction with adaptive basis enrichment for computational homogenization of porous media
Fredrik Ekre, Ralf Jänicke, Carmen Gräßle, Heike Faßbender, Fredrik Larsson and Kenneth Runesson

Accelerating geometrically parameterized nonlinear microstructures via a non-intrusive reduced basis method
Theron Guo, Ondřej Rokoš and Karen Veroy