STAMM XXI,
Oxford, June 24-27 2018
STAMM XX, Rome, September 5-9, 2016
The XX
Symposium on Trend in Applications of Mathematics to Mechanics
(STAMM) was held at the Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica in
Rome. http://www.mat.univie.ac.at/~stefanelli/stamm16.html
STAMM XIX, Poitiers, September 3-6, 2014
The XIX
Symposium on Trend in Applications of Mathematics to Mechanics
(STAMM) has been held in Poitiers, and has been attended by more
than 60 participants, see http://www-math.sp2mi.univ-poitiers.fr/STAMM2014/en/
The scientific program included invited and contributed talks, and
the lectures of Constantin Dafermos (as the awardee of the ISIMM
prize 2014) and of Elisabetta Rocca and Stefan Neukamm (as two
awardees ex-aequo of the junior ISIMM prize 2014). An account of
these three conferences will soon appear in the ISIMM forum.
Slides of most of the talks are available here and the proceedings of the
symposium are also under preparation.
On the occasion of the STAMM the Executive Committee met, and we
had a plenary assembly of the society open to all participants.
STAMM XVIII, Haifa, September 3-6, 2012
The STAMM
meeting was held at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering of the
Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, on September 3-6,
2012. The focus of the meeting has been mathematical modeling
applied to a variety of number of problems originating from
physics, engineering and other disciplines.
On September 1 there has been a special workshop celebrating Prof.
Ingo Muller as the Winner of the ISIMM PRIZE 2012. The award was
given in recognition of his outstanding contributions to
mathematics and mechanics.
Below a list of some of the lectures delivered at the Symposium:
Daniel Weihs Learning from Nature - A Grand Challenge
Marcelo Epstein Remodelling, Aging and Growth
Hans Herrmann, Norbert Stoop, Roman Vetter, Falk Wittel Packing of wires in Cavities and Growing Surfaces
Andrea Braides Asymptotic Analysis of Atomistic Systems
Per Stahle Modelling of Stress Corrosion
Leslie Banks-Sills, Maya Gohfeld, Rami Eliasi Delaminations in Multi-Directional and Woven Composites
Marc-Andre Keip, Jorg Schroder Two-Scale Homogenization of Functional Materials with Electromechanical Coupling
Ingo Muller Thermodynamics of Flames and Detonations
Wolfgang DreyerOn the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics
Ratul Dasgupta, H .George, E. Hentschel, Itamar Procaccia The Fundamental Physics of Shear Bands in Amorphous Solids
Y. Benveniste Two Models of Three-Dimensional Thin Interphases and their Fulfillment of the Reciprocal Theorem
Oded Gottlieb Self-Excited Chaotic Dynamics in Nonlinear Thermo-Visco-Elastic Mechanical Systems
Baruch Karp Mathematical and Engineering Aspects of Dynamic Saint-Venant's Principle
Stuart S. Antman Heavily Burdened Bodies
Reuven Segev, Joe Goddard Notes on Radiation and Flux Theory
D. Bigoni, D. Misseroni, G. Noselli, D. Zaccaria Effects of the Constraint's Curvature on Structural Instability of Simple Elastic Structures
Massimiliano Lucchesi, Miroslav Silhavy, Nicola Zani Dual Variational Problems and Limit Analysis for Masonry Bodies
Tomas Roubicek Modelling of Phase Transformations in Magnetostrictive Materials like NiMnGa
Sefi Givli, Yair Adler A Theoretical Study of Lamellipodia Dynamics
L. Truskinovsky Mechanical Modeling of Cell Motility
Yoram Lanir Biological Tissues as Living Adaptive Composites
J. D. Goddard Edelen's Dissipation Potentials and the Viscoplasticity of Particulate Media
T. Cohen, D. Durban Longitudinal Shock Waves in Solids: The Piston Shock Analogue
Hans-Dieter Alber A Hybrid Phase Field Model for Phase Evolution in a Material with Three Phase States
Alexander Mielke Small-Strain Elastoplasticity is the Evolutionary Gamma Limit of Finite-Strain Elastoplasticity
M.B. Rubin Removal of Unphysical Arbitrariness in Constitutive Equations for Elastically Anisotropic Nonlinear Elastic-Viscoplastic Solids
STAMM XVII, Berlin, 30 August - 2 September, 2010
The XVII International Symposium on Trends in Applications of Mathematics to Mechanics, organized by Prof. Alexander Mielke and Prof. Wolfgang H. Mueller, has been taken place in Berlin from August 30 to September 2, 2010. A special session in the symposium has been devoted to Professor Ericksen and his many research contributions. Further information can be found at:
http://mech2.pi.tu-berlin.de/STAMM2010/index.htm
Invited Speakers
Adrian Constantin, University of Wien
Sergio Conti, University of Bonn
Gianni dal Maso, Sissa Trieste
Wolfgang Dreyer, Weierstrass-Institut Berlin
Eduard Feireisl, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
Gero Friesecke, Technische Universitat Munchen
Adriana Garroni, Universita' di Roma
Klaus Hackl, Ruhr-Universitat Bochum
Caroline Lasser, Freie Universitat Berlin
Claude Le Bris, Headquarters and INRIA Paris
Paolo Maria Mariano, Universita' di Firenze
Peter Markowich, University of Cambridge
Hans Christian Ottinger, ETH Zurich
Stefan Seelecke, North Carolina State University
Edriss Titi, University of California
Lev Truskinovsky, Ecole Polytechnique
Augusto Visintin, University of Trento
Wolf Weiss, Weierstrass-Institut Berlin
ISIMM - Workshop on Mathematical Problems of Solid Mechanics
Darmstadt, October 8-9, 2009
Web page: http://www.mathematik.tu-darmstadt.de/isimmworkshop
Joint IUTAM-ISIMM Symposium `Mathematical Modeling and Physical Instances of Granular Flows'
Reggio Calabria, Italy, September 14-18, 2009
Scientific Committee:
Joe Goddard (Chairman) jgoddard@ucsd.edu
Gianfranco Capriz
Carlo Cercignani (IUTAM Representative)
Robert Connelly
Jim Jenkins
Osamu Sano
Ioannis Vardoulakis
Krzysztof Wilmanski
Local Organizing Committee:
Michele Buonsanti
Pasquale Giovine (President)
Nicola Moraci
Gaetano Napoli
Franco Oliveri
Rosario Pietropaolo
Adolfo Santini
IUTAM code GA.06-05 (=F/S.2)
IUTAM event calendar: http://www.iutam.net/iutam/Events/index.php/1/2009
Web page: http://mat520.unime.it/granular09/
Contacts:
Prof. Pasquale Giovine
Dipartimento di Meccanica e Materiali
Facolta' di Ingegneria - Universita' "Mediterranea" di Reggio Calabria
Via Graziella, 1 - Localita' Feo di Vito
I-89122 Reggio Calabria - Italia
Phone: +39(0965)875.253 - Fax: +39(0965)875.201
E-mail:
giovine@unirc.it
HomePage: http://www.ing.unirc.it/portale/didattica/scheda_docente.php?id_prof=361&qry=0
STAMM XVI, Levico Terme (IT), September 22-25, 2008
Scientific Committee:
P. Colli (Pavia)
I. Mueller (Berlin)
A. Visintin (Trento)
Sponsored by
MUR - PRIN Project "Free Boundary Problems, Phase Transitions and Models of Hysteresis"
Universita' degli Studi di Trento
CIRM (Centro Internazionale per la Ricerca Matematica)
Invited Speakers
H.-D. Alber (Darmstadt)
G. Allaire (Paris)
G. Bertotti (INRIM - Turin)
A. Fasano (Florence)
G. Kremer (Curitiba)
A. Mikelic (Lyon)
R. Monneau (Champs sur Marne)
G. Mulone (Catania)
M. Plapp (Paris)
B. Piccoli (IAC - Rome)
E. Presutti (Rome)
M. Pulvirenti (Rome)
T. Ruggeri (Bologna)
W.-A. Yong (Beijing)
Scientific program
The program of the workshop consists of invited lectures, short communications, and posters. It will be made available on the web at due time. Consistently with the aims of ISIMM, mathematical modelling will be at the focus. The formulation and analysis of problems issued from physics, engineering and other disciplines will be welcome. We encourage participants to submit abstracts. A (necessarily restricted) number of 15' communications will be selected among all submitted abstracts.
Registration
As there is a restriction on the number of participants, we invite you to register by May 31, 2008. The selection will be made by registration date only. Accepted participants will be notified by e-mail by June 15, 2008. Please note that a registration fee of 100.00 Euro is foreseen.
Web page: http://mate.unipv.it/pier/stamm08.html