Up to date, the following invited speakers have confirmed their participation:

Assyr Abdulle, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland, Reduced basis heterogenenous multiscale methods

Pierre Bésuelle, Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France, A FE2 model for hydro-mechanical coupling in a brittle material

Jacques Desrues, Université Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France, FEM-DEM multiscale analysis in geomechanics : strain localisation and 2nd gradient regularisation

Samuel Forest, MINES ParisTech, France, Homogenization schemes and phase field approach of diffusive phase transformation accompanied by viscoplastic deformation processes

Felix Fritzen, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, A model order reduction approach for realizing three-dimensional two-scale simulations on desktop computers

Luigi Gambarotta, University of Genoa, Italy, Multi-scale modeling of chiral mass-in-mass dynamic systems

Jean-François Ganghoffer, Université de Lorraine, France, Construction of micropolar continuum models of architectured materials by discrete homogenization

Marc Geers, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands, From fibrils to toughness in stretchable electronics interfaces: a multi-scale approach

Johann Guilleminot, Université Paris-Est, France, Stochastic continuum modeling of random interphases from atomistic simulations

Klaus Hackl, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, A constitutive model for granular materials with microstructures using the concept of energy relaxation

Alfredo Huespe, CIMEC, Santa Fe, Argentina, New developments in multiscale formulations for material failure

Markus Hütter, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands, Anisotropic viscoplasticity as a phenomenon emerging from fluctuations

Ralf Jänicke, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, Identifying viscoelastic substitute models for seismic attenuation in heterogeneous poroelastic media: A computational homogenization approach

Dennis Kochmann, California Institute of Technology, USA, Coarse-grained atomistics with free surfaces

Frederic Legoll,Université Paris-Est, France, Variance reduction approaches for random materials homogenization

Stefan Luding, University of Twente, Netherlands, Macroscopic model with evolution of structural anisotropy based on micro-macro, particle-to-continuum methods

Thierry Massart, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, A level set-based generalized tessellation for the generation of complex microstructural RVEs

Christian Miehe, University of Stuttgart, Germany, Variational stability analysis in computational homogenization of electro-magneto-active composites

Ludovic Noels, University of Liège, Belgium, Propagation of uncertainties using probabilistic multi-scale models

Xavier Oliver, Technical University of Catalonia, Spain, Continuum multi-scale modeling of propagating fracture in quasi-brittle materials

Caglar Oskay, Vanderbilt University, USA, Spatio-temporal multiscale modeling of composites for fatigue life prediction

Chris Pearce, University of Glasgow, UK, Mutiscale computational homogenisation to predict the long-term durability of composite structures

Pedro Ponte Castaneda, University of Pennsylvania, USA, Constitutive models for porous metals: Microstructure evolution and implications for shear localization

Kenneth Runesson, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, Effective properties of fluid-filled deformable porous media from computational homogenization

Alberto Salvadori, Università di Brescia, Italy, A two-scale analysis of Li-ion battery cells

Giovanni Samaey, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, Towards coarse-grained molecular dynamics simulations of polymers for self-healing materials

Michal Sejnoha, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic, Multi-scale modeling of random or imperfect composites

Holger Steeb, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, Wave propagation in residual-saturated porous media: A multi-scale discrete-continuum approach

Paul Steinmann, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany, Aspects of computational homogenization at  finite strains

Ilker Temizer, Bilkent University, Turkey, Sliding friction across the scales: thermomechanical interactions and dissipation partitioning

Kenjiro Terada, Tohoku University, Japan, Numerical plate testing for composite plates

François Willot, Mines ParisTech, France, Fourier-based schemes with modified Green operator for computing the electrical response of heterogeneous media with accurate local fields

Julien Yvonnet, Université Paris-Est, France, Computational homogenization with neural networks