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3RD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RHEOLOGY
AND MODELING OF MATERIALS

in Miskolc-Lillafüred, Hungary, 2-6 October, 2017.

 
 
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SESSION 7: Multiscale Mechanics of Materials (MMM)


Symposium Polymer derived ceramics

The session Multiscale Mechanics of Materials aims at elucidating the relation between, on the one hand, the mechanical properties and behaviors of materials under mechanical stresses and temperature and, on the other hand, the underlying phenomena on smaller length and time scales. This session provides a platform for scientists from diverse fields, e.g. engineering disciplines, physics, chemists, medics, biologists, orthopedists and mathematics, to exchange ideas and to share their latest achievements in this exciting field. We welcome modeling, simulation, experimental, and combined approaches that tackle the structure-property relation.

 

Session Organizers and Chairs

 

Prof. Dr. Sergei N. KULKOV1,2

1 Tomsk State University

2 Institute of Strength Physics

Siberian Branc of Russian Academy of Science

RUSSIA

kulkov@ms.tsc.ru

 

Dr. Laurence NOIREZ

Laboratoire Leon Brillouin

FRANCE

laurence.noirez@cea.fr

 

Dr. Martin LEDERER

University of Viena

AUSTRIA

martin.lederer@univie.ac.at

 

Dr. Tünde KOVÁCS-COSKUN

University of Óbuda

HUNGARY

kovacs.tunde@bgk.uni-obuda.hu

 

Session Topics

 

Papers may be submitted on a wide range of topics, e.g.

  • materials: e.g. polymers, metals, foams, wood;
  • cellulose, polysaccharide, biopolymers and rheology;
  • surface & interface in rheology (microfluidics for example);
  • ionic transport;
  • state: fluid state or solid state (crystalline or amorphous);
  • foam, rheology and dimensionality;
  • properties: e.g. elasticity, viscoelasticity, plasticity, fracture.

Especial welcome abstracts, which are addressed to the relation between at least two different scales of materials. For example:

  • microscopic (atomistic, molecular);
  • mesoscopic (e.g. dislocations, grain size, overall polymer chain distortion, ...)
  • macroscopic (continuum).

 

We welcome also the modeling, simulation, experimental, and combined approaches that tackle the structure-property relation.

 
 
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