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2008 IASS-IACM: Plenary Lectures and Scordelis Memorial Keynote Lectures - The Slides
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Craighead, Harold G.; Kratzig, Wilfried B.; Hulbert, Gregory M.; Bischoff, Manfred; Ohmori, Hiroshi; Mang, Herbert A.; Yang, Y. B.; Pellegrino, Sergio; Billington, David P.; Meyer, Christian; Willam, Kaspar J.
These are the slides from the IASS-IACM 2008 Plenary Lectures and the Alexander Scordelis Memorial Session: (1) "Nanomechanical resonators and nanofluidic systems" by Harold G. CRAIGHEAD (Cornell University), (2)"Large shell structures for power generation technologies" by Wilfried B. KRATZIG (Ruhr-University Bochum), (3)"Analysis and design of materials and structures for attenuating vibration and acoustic response" by Gregory M. HULBERT (University of Michigan), (4)"Modeling of shells with three-dimensional finite elements" by Manfred BISCHOFF (University of Stuttgart), (5)"Computational morphogenesis: Its current state and possibility for the future" by Hiroshi OHMORI (Nagoya University), (6)"Answers to three not quite straightforward questions in structural stability" by Herbert A. MANG (Technical University of Vienna), (7)"Rigid mechanics and its role in nonlinear structural analysis" by Yeong Bin YANG (National Taiwan University), (8)"Folding and deployment of stored-energy composite structures" by Sergio PELLEGRINO (California Institute of Technology), (9) "Alexander Scordelis: Friend, colleague and mentor" by David P. BILLINGTON (Princeton University), (10) "Alexander C. Scordelis and concrete shells" by Christian MEYER (Columbia University), (11) "Alexander C. Scordelis: Legacy in finite element analysis of reinforced concrete" by Kaspar J. WILLAM (University of Colorado).
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Alexander Scordelis; modeling; shell structures; spacial structures; finite elements; nano-structures; numerical analysis; biological morphology