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1 Predictive Multi-scale Modeling for Structural Materials Draft Programme Time :15Bill Lee (Imperial)Welcome and Introduction to Workshop Session 1Chair Arthur Heuer (CASE)FUNDERS PERSPECTIVE Julie Christodoulou (US ONR)Integrated Computational Materials Engineering: A Perspective from the US Office of Naval Research John Beatty (US Army)Multi-scale Research in Materials for Extreme Dynamic Environments Andrew Heaton (DSTL)Multi-scale Materials Modelling in DSTL Coffee in the Boardroom Session 2Chair Lorenzo Iannucci (Imperial)IMPACT & FRACTURE Bryn James (DSTL)The Physics of Impact and Blast: Interaction on Many Scales Vikram Deshpande (Camb)Micro-mechanics of Ceramic Impact Richard Todd (Oxford)Multi-scale Experiments for Modelling the Deformation and Fracture of Ceramics Lunch at Eastside Bar Session 3Chair Alessandro di Vita (KCL)CERAMIC SYSTEMS Jun Shi (Rolls Royce)Multi-scale Modelling of Ceramic Matrix Composites Dietmar Koch (DLR)Limits of Experimental Based FE-modelling for Ceramic Matrix Composites Frank Abdi (Alpha Star)Environmental Degradation and Micro-Crack Formation in Ceramic Matrix Composites Using Multi-Scale Progressive Failure Modeling Kamran Nikbin (Imperial)Continuum Damage Modelling to Predict Structural Integrity of Cracked Ceramic Components Tea in the Boardroom Session 4Chair Kamran Nikbin (Imperial)OTHER SYSTEMS Antoinette Tordesillas (Melbourne) Measurement, Characterisation and Modelling of Granular Materials: a Possible Road-map John Yates (Manchester)Developments in Multi-scale Fracture Modelling for Engineers Endel Iarve (USAF)Discrete Damage Modelling Methods for Structural Composites Ferri Aliabadi (Imperial)Multi-scale Modelling of Material Degradation and Fracture Lorenzo Iannucci (Imperial)Multi-scale Modelling in Armour Design Dinner at the Caledonian Club, 9 Halkin Street London SW1X 7DR

2 Predictive Multi-scale Modeling for Structural Materials Draft Programme Tuesday 4 th Dec, Imperial College, the Council Room 170 Queens Gate, London SW7 5HF Time Session 5Chair Mike Finnis (Imperial)MATERIALS DESIGN Joerg Neugebaur (MPI)Materials Design-based Predictive Ab initio Thermodynamics David Porter (Oxford) Analytical Structure-Property Relations for Multi-scale Engineering Simulation and Material Design Frank Zok (UCSB)Lattice Materials: Designing for Strength and Energy Absorption Coffee Session 6Chair Alex Shluger (UCL)METALS Y-J Kim (Korea University)Numerical Ductile/creep Fracture Simulations of Cracked Structural Components using Meso-scale Damage Models Noel.O'Dowd (Limerick)Simulation of Deformation and Failure of Structural Steels at the Microscale Ralf Drautz (ICAMS)Bond-Order Potentials for Modelling Phase Stability in Complex Alloys Fionn Dunne (Imperial)Facet fatigue: modelling microstructure for component performance Alan Cocks (Oxford)TBC Daniel Balint (Imperial)Dislocations Under Shock Loading Lunch at 170 Queens Gate Session 7Chair Bill Lee (Imperial) Tap A Parthasarathy (AFRL)TBC Bill Troha (Alpha Star)Foreign Object Impact Damage to Ceramic Matrix Composites and the Validation of Multi-Scale Progressive Failure Modeling Charles Ishee (AFRL)TBC Wash-up session 16.00Tea


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