Winners of the SWICCOMAS prize 2021

The SWICCOMAS award committee decided to split the SWICCOMAS prize 2021 between two nominees: Dr. Lucas Frérot, with the thesis title « Bridging scales in wear modeling with volume integral methods for elastic-plastic contact” Thesis director – Professor Jean-François Molinari and Dr. Guillaume Anciaux, EPFL and Dr. Tommaso Vanzan, with the thesis title “Domain decomposition methods for multiphysics problems” Thesis director – Professeur Martin J. Gander, UNIGE see Award page for abstracts
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Winners of the SWICCOMAS prize 2020

The SWICCOMAS award committee decided to split the SWICCOMAS prize 2020 between two nominees: Dr. Predrag Andric, with the thesis title « The mechanics of crack-tip dislocation emission and twinning” Thesis director – William Curtin, EPFL and Dr. Maria Han Veiga,with the thesis title “High order structure preserving numerical schemes for astrophysical flows” Thesis director – Rémi Abgrall and Romain Teyssier, UZH see Award page for abstracts
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SWICCOMAS 3rd General Assembly

The next GA will take place in ETH Zürich on Friday February 7th 2020. We will have a seminar by Prof. Nicolas Zabaras   Viola D. Hank Professor of Computational Science and Engineering, University of Notre Dame. The seminar will be followed by a poster session with a prize for best poster and an aperitif.
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Winners of the SWICCOMAS prize 2019

We are pleased to inform you that the SWICCOMAS award committee chaired by Eleni Chatzi decided to split the SWICCOMAS prize 2019 between two nominees. Dr. Max Hodapp from EPFL with the thesis title “On flexible Green function methods for atomistic/continuum coupling” Thesis director – William Curtin, EPFL and Dr. Paola Bacigaluppi, from UZH with the thesis title “High Order Fully Explicit Residual Distribution Approximation for Conservative and Non-Conservative Systems in Fluid Dynamics” Thesis director – Rémi Abgrall, UZH
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Nominee for the ECCOMAS PhD best thesis award

Dr. Max Hodapp from LAMMM, EPFL, has been selected as the Swiss-based candidate for the 2018 ECCOMAS PhD best thesis award on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences and Engineering. Thesis title: On flexible Green function methods for atomistic/continuum coupling. Thesis director: Bill Curtin, EPFL
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SWICCOMAS General Assembly 2019

Next SWICCOMAS General Assembly 2019 at EPFL  in Lausanne on February 7th 2019 at 14h – 17, room MED2 2423 Seminar by Prof. Eleni Chatzi, Institute of Structural Engineering ETH Zürich Title “On the coalescence of models with data for infrastructure assessment” Followed by the General Assembly 2019 and an aperitif
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