103 Stabilized, Multiscale and Multiphysics Methods - A symposium in honor of Professor Thomas J.R. Hughes

Victor Calo, Curtin University
Isaac Harari, Tel Aviv University
Arif Masud, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
This symposium celebrates the 75th Birthday of Professor Thomas J.R. Hughes and his contributions to the field of Computational Mechanics. The symposium will provide an international forum to engineers, mathematicians and computer scientists to discuss recent developments in the broad field of Stabilized and Multiscale Methods. Given the pre-eminence of these methods the computational mechanics, this symposium promises to bring together a wide variety of disciplines for the exchange of state-of-the-art techniques. We welcome contributions dealing with all aspects of Stabilized, Multiscale and Multiphysics Finite element Methods, including but not limited to,

1. Mathematical theory of stabilized and multiscale methods
2. Emerging multiscale approaches and applications
3. New formulations and solution techniques
4. Multiscale and stabilized methods in CFD and turbulence modeling
5. Multiscale and stabilized methods in solid mechanics
6. Application of multiscale methods in multiphysics problems
7. Implementation issues in multiscale and stabilized methods
8. Parallel computations with multiscale and stabilized methods
9. Use of multiscale and stabilized methods in industrial applications