Continuum Mechanics Seminar Series

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Continuum Mechanics Seminar Series

 Apr 16 2021

14:00 - 15:00

Organisers:

  • Apala Majumdar, University of Strathclyde
  • Joseph Harris, University of Strathclyde


This seminar series ended on 16 April 2021

Continuum Mechanics is a hugely successful and thriving subject in UK applied mathematics, typically in the context of modelling problems in physical sciences, engineering and biology. In light of the pandemic crisis, we hope to bring together leading Continuum Mechanics research groups from around the world. This virtual seminar series will serve as an excellent platform for large national and international consortia, funding opportunities and as an inspiring resource for junior researchers. This seminar series is also endorsed by the journal Mathematics and Mechanics of Solids.


Past Seminars:

16 April 2021

Celia Reina, University of Pennsylvania - Continuum mechanics of non-equilibrium phenomena: a journey through space and time scales


26 March 2021

Peter Stewart, University of Glasgow - Dynamical fracture: a continuum derivation of the velocity gap

  • Recording is available here


5 March 2021

Peter Sternberg, Indiana University, USA - A One-Dimensional Variational Problem for Cholesteric Liquid Crystals with Disparate Elastic Constants

  • Recording is available here 

 

19 February 2021

Anja Schlomerkemper, University of Wuerzburg - About some notions of polyconvexity

 

5 February 2021

Stephen Wilson, University of Strathclyde - Mathematical Modelling of Evaporating Droplets

 

15 January 2021

Chris Budd, University of Bath - Conceptual models for the ice ages

  • Recording is available here

 

18 December 2020

Angela Mihai, Cardiff University - Likely instabilities in liquid crystal elastomers

 

11 December 2020

William Parnell, The University of Manchester - Elastostatic cloaking, low frequency elastic wave transparency and neutral inclusions

 

4 December 2020

Alain Goriely, University of Oxford - On the shape of planets

  • Recording is available here