Next Swiccomas event

Prof. Tryggvason, from the Johns Hopkins University, USA, are invited as speaker at our next seminar at Zurich University on February 15th 2018. Webpage of Prof Tryggvasion The Swiccomas general assembly will be held directly after the seminar.
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Eccomas Congress 2020

The ECCOMAS CONGRESS 2020 will be jointly organized with the 14th WORLD CONGRESS ON COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS  in Paris, France, on 19-24 July 2020. The ECCOMAS Congress, together with the ECCOMAS Conference on Computational Solid and Structural Mechanics (ECCM) and the ECCOMAS Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ECFD), constitute the three main scientific events of ECCOMAS organized every four years, on even years, which attract approximately 5000 participants in total.     Source: ECCOMAS.org
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ECCOMAS Award for the two best PhD theses in 2016

ECCOMAS Award for the two best PhD theses in 2016, on computational methods in applied sciences and engineering We are happy to announce that the thesis of Dr. Diane Guignard has been selected by ECCOMAS to win the ECCOMAS best PhD theses competition, see below. Dr. Diane Guignard conducted her Ph.D. under the supervison of Prof. Marco Picasso and Prof. Fabio Nobile at EPFL. The title of her Ph.D. is « A posteriori error estimation for partial differential equations with random input media ». OPEN CALL ECCOMAS Award for the two best PhD theses in 2016, on computational methods in applied sciences and engineering The European
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Dr. Federico Negri (Switzerland) wins an ECCOMAS award

ECCOMAS PhD Awards – 2015 The meeting of the Evaluation Committee for the ECCOMAS award for the best PhD theses 2015 was held on April 1st, 2016 at CIMNE, Barcelona. As an answer to the call for tender, the ECCOMAS member associations nominated 17 theses. The Evaluation Committee was composed by Nils-Erik Wiberg (chairman), Claudia Comi, Harald Van Brummelen, Stefan Vandewalle and Pedro Díez (secretary). After a detailed discussion, a voting process was held in two phases. First, after a secret voting the number of theses was reduced from 17 to 7. In a second round, the number was reduced
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